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Thursday, October 26, 2017 The Calvert County Times Local News 3

Dominion Controversy Continued

By Dick Myers was either engineering incompetence or
Editor outright lies.
Several doctors brought the health is-
The Maryland Public Service Com- sue to the forefront. Calvert County fam-
mission (PSC) has a lot to think about. ily physician, Dr. Sylvia Batong said
Nearly 100 people spoke during the two what Dominion was proposing was not
nights of testimony spanning more than clean energy. They care nothing about
ve hours on Dominion Energys request people, she asserted.
to modify its permit to operate their Cove But, Raymond Black testied, Do-
Point LNG facility set to open next year. minion has a state of the art emissions
Dominions request in the PSC public system and monitoring program. John
notice was ofcially described as 1) re- Chen said that Dominion had a robust
move an unnecessary emission limit as a leak detection program.
specic condition and 2) allow for opera- Regarding Dominions assertion that
tional exibility to maintain reliability of the changes would not impact the neigh-
the project specically to permit the use bors, John Wells testied This company
of existing combustion turbines to supply does not take into consideration that they
backup power if needed. could be mistaken.
The second evening of testimony was Many of the speakers who testied in
ordered because at the end of the rst favor were Dominion workers, a point
night on Oct. 2 there were still 17 people noted by the opponents. But Dominion
signed up who were unable to speak be- supporters praised the good jobs the proj-
cause of the schools 9 p.m. closing. The ect has brought to the area, and many of
second hearing was held Oct. 19 at Mill them like Jacob Butler said they were
Creek Middle School. Just as in the rst long-time local residents. Thomas Grose
at Patuxent High School, Chief Public presented the judge with a petition with
Utility Law Judge Terry Romine con- 75 names in support.
ducted the proceedings. Former Calvert resident Cody Hance,
Passions are high over the issue. There now a teacher who lives in St. Marys
was no middle ground people either County, said he had never had a student
spoke strongly for or against the request. tell him they had missed the mark on a
Opponents characterized the request as a test by a factor of ten, and then asked Rosa Hance expresses concerns about cancer for herself and her baby.
threat to the health and safety of the com- him not to grade them, as Dominion was
munity. Supporters spoke of Dominions seeking. He said he would grade the pro-

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commitment to the environment and pro- posal an F.
vider of needed, well-paying jobs in the For the second hearing, Romine said
community. she would alternate supporting and op-
The proposed permit change is a rec- posing speakers, but there were twice as Family Owned & Operated Since 1929
ognition by Dominion that their proposed many speaking against as in favor, a trend
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4 Local News The Calvert County Times Thursday, October 26, 2017

Major Apartment Project Approved

By Dick Myers is a partnership between local developer Anthony the Apartments of Wildewood would be the model for
Editor Williams and the firm which owns and operates the what they hoped to do in Prince Frederick. That in-
Apartments at Wildewood in St. Marys County. Wil- cludes the lake which is a central feature there.
The Calvert County Planning Commission has liams said the project would not have any subsidized Carney said that several of the St. Marys County
given unanimous site plan approval for a major apart- units and would be the first market-rate apartments apartment renters commute to Prince Frederick to
ment project in Prince Frederick. The project called in Calvert County work and are lined up waiting for the new project.
Beechtree Apartments will have 249 units in five, We are building a state-of-the-art community, Williams said the rents for the apartment would be
four-story buildings and a community center on a something Calvert County has never seen, Wil- in the $1,400 to $1,700 per month price range for two
25.48-acre site between West Dares Beach Road and liams said. I am going to be proud of what we do, to three bedrooms.
the Chapline Place complex. he added. Planning and Zoning Principal Planner Judy Mack-
The company, Prince Frederick Apartments LLC, Williams said he has wanted to do the project for all told the commission that the project had been the
years but was waiting subject of an earlier proposal called Chapline South
for the right moment. He that stalled after its Sept. 20, 2006 approval.
said partnering with the The developer will need to purchase 224 TDRs


developer of the Apart-
ments at Wildewood was . (Transfer of Development Rights) in order to attain
the proposed density in the Prince Frederick Town
LOCKOUT TIRE CHANGE that moment. . Center.


The project will in-
volve restoration of a . . In addition to the community center, the project in-
cludes a pool, walking trail, dog park, picnic areas,
farm pond on the prop- garden plots and playgrounds
MOTORCYLE & ACCIDENT TOWING erty into a major design The proposal was unanimously approved by the
LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE amenity. Kevin Carney, planning commission after only a few positive
of the Wildewood devel- comments.
opment company, told
The County Times that

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For All Your Towing And Roadside Needs! Redevelopment Plan OKd
By Dick Myers It was the mixed-use issue that caused
Editor the appeals board the most problems.
Chairman Daniel Baker, Jr. interpreted
A revised plan for the redevelopment the regulations as requiring the resi-
of the site of the historic Bowens Inn dences and businesses to be in the same
in Solomons has been unanimously ap- building, with commercial on the first
Wrap up your proved by the Calvert County Planning floor and housing above it. In this par-
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Bowens Inn suffered significant fire
ticular case, the two uses were in sepa-
rate buildings. The other two members
holiday dcor
now and save. damage in the blaze that destroyed the seemed to agree.
now and save. neighboring Lighthouse Inn (which has The concerns of the appeals board
been rebuilt). What was left of the Bow- brought some strident comments from
ens Inn was leveled. one of the development companys part-
New owners of the .78 acre property, ners, Geoff Wanamaker, owner of Bay-
Shriver Brothers Properties, LLC., had side Chevy and Toyota in Prince Fred-
sought a more extensive development erick. He said, There is no more com-
which required variances from the Cal- mon sense. I dont know where it went,
vert County Board of Appeals. But at and charged that the county wasnt
their July meeting, when it appeared business-friendly.
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Thursday, October 26, 2017 The Calvert County Times Local News 5

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Rahm said he would take another look

at the Sixes Road situation. He noted
that trafc aps often shows the quickest
route without regard to the safety of the
Of course, the new Gov. Thomas
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know how much the federal government

would be involved in that major project.
Rahm said the feds provide monies every
year to the state and its up to the state to
Its tIme to Plant Fall Color
determine priorities for using it. He said
there are some in Congress who would
like to balance the budget by reducing by
40 percent the amount of transportation
monies sent to the states.
Rahm reported that a task force was Pansies
Mums Super 3 1/2 pots
Maryland Secretary of Transporation Pete Rahm reviewing the possibility of a third Ches- Wentworth Grown!

By Dick Myers
apeake Bay Bridge. That quickly brought
8 Pots reg. $8.99 ea.
Only 1
$ 75
a retort from BOCC Vice President Evan
Slaughenhoupt, Jr. You would be hard
4 for $
30 00 When You Buy a Flat of 18

pressed to nd anybody down here that

Its called the Annual Road Show and
thinks the location should be down Fall Porch
Calvert County was one of the stops.
here, he said. Pots
Maryland is the only state in the nation
Rahm said the task force had a four-
that requires its transportation ofcials
year timetable because there were so
to visit every county annually to interact Ornamental
many aspects of the question to be
with local ofcials and get their priori- Cabbage & Kale
ties. Maryland Department of Transpor-
Rahm reported the state had decided 8 Pots
Make Your
tation Secretary Pete Rahm spent Oct.
24 in Southern Maryland visiting the
to make the trafc light at Routes 2/4
and Cove Point Road, which had been
4 for $
3000 Own!
three counties.
intended as temporary for the Dominion
Rahm presented his departments six-
Cove Point project construction, perma-
year plan (FY 18-23) to the Calvert
nent instead. That had been requested
County Board of County Commission-
by the BOCC. Commissioner Mike Hart
ers (BOCC). Senator Steve Waugh and
praised the decision. He said trafc on
Delegates Mark Fisher and Gerald Clark
that stretch of Routes 2/4 is like the Au- Colonial Gray &
were also in attendance. Edge Stone & Curb Stone Natural Flagstone Flat
tobahn sometimes. Natural Stone Pallets
The only funding change from the Patio or Pathway. Covers 100-120 sq. ft.
Rahm said the Gov. Harry Nice Bridge 6x 8x 2 8x 9x 3
previous year was the addition of $5 mil-
over the Potomac had been funded to be- Full Pallet Only
27700 ea.
Only 1
$ 88
ea. Only 3
$ 88
ea. Only
lion to the Routes 2/4 widening project. When you buy 2 or more pallets
gin construction in 2020 with comple-
Rahm said that bids were awarded that Big green egg neW! Chiminea SpeCial poly Furniture
tion in 2023 The four-lane bridge will be
day for the $42 million project from Fox
parallel to the existing one and about the
Run Blvd. to South Commerce Lane.
same height. Slaughenhoupt noted that
Groundbreaking is set for next spring
the Maryland Transportation Authority
with completion in 2020. The project
bridge which is nanced through toll
will include the entrance to the Armory
revenue, was taking away from monies FALL SPECIAL
Square project.
that could be applied to the Solomons LOWEST PRICE OF THE YEAR!
Rahm said his agency also has begun
bridge. $
15000 $
7500 $
looking at ways to improve Route 231, to Only Off
Rahm also reported state successes Gift Certificate with Gift Certificate with
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with the port of Baltimore and BWI air-
Road, with a left turn lane. Del. Fisher,
port and with his agencys replacement
who lives down Adelina Road, empha-
sized how important it was to improve
bridge project. He reported the Fishing Now ScheduliNg laNdScapiNg & hardScapiNg
Creek Bridge replacement in Chesa- projectS aNd Fall New lawN & lawN reNovatioNS
that turn lane. He also singled out the
peake Beach would be open for business
Mason Road intersection as badly in
need of improvements.
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Fisher also talked about narrow, wind-
Gov. Hogan priorities, was praised by
ing Sixes Road, which he said is being
Wentworth Nursery
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the BOCC. It is very refreshing to hear
used as a bypass of Prince Frederick for
rural Maryland has not been left out Oakville
Routes 231 to Routes 2/4 south. Fisher Charlotte Hall Prince Frederick
said Commissioner President Tom Hejl. 30315 Three Notch Rd, 1700 Solomons Island Rd,
5 minutes North of Hollywood
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6 Cops & Courts The Calvert County Times Thursday, October 26, 2017

Maryland State Police Report Its No Shave November for

Possession of Marijuana:
10/18/17 at 4:34 pm, Trooper Stull
stopped a vehicle on Rousby Hall Rd.
On in serious condition from the assault.
Information obtained from the victim
prior to transport to PG Shock Trauma
Sheriffs Office
near Clubhouse Rd. in Lusby for traf- stated Ford had stolen money and pre- In an effort to raise money for the De- the office during the next month for those
fic violations. The strong odor of raw scription medication prior to the as- tention Centers Jailhouse Rockers Relay who have decided to give their razors a
marijuana was emitting from inside sault. Ford was arrested and incarcer- for Life team, Sheriff Mike Evans and the much-needed rest.
the vehicle. A probable cause search ated at the Calvert County Detention Calvert County Fraternal Order of Police If you would like to assist the Calvert
revealed 27.8 grams of suspected mar- Center. Lodge 109 are working together during County Sheriffs Office with our efforts
ijuana. Tyree J. Johnson, 21 of Lusby Burglary: On 10/22/17 at 4:26 pm, No Shave November. to raise money to support the Jailhouse
was arrested and incarcerated at the Trooper First Class Rucker responded Sheriff Evans has advised person- Rockers Relay for Life team, please con-
Calvert County Detention Center. to the 1200 block of Lottie Fowler nel he would relax the agency grooming tact Captain Dave Payne at 410-535-1600
Possession of MDMA (Methylene- Rd. in Prince Frederick for a reported standards from November 1st through No- X2593, or email at David.Payne@calvert-
dioxymethamphetamine): On 10/21/17 burglary/theft. The victim reported vember 30th. In exchange for the standards
at 1:09 am, Trooper First Class Davis a Vizio television and cash were re- being relaxed personnel wishing to par-
stopped a vehicle on Little Cove Point moved from the residence. A suspect ticipate will pay a $50 donation. Things From CCSO
Rd. in Lusby for traffic violations. A has been developed and charges are may be looking a little scruffy around

Speed Enforcement Camera Moved

strong odor of burnt marijuana was pending.
emitting from inside the vehicle. A Warrant Service / Possession of Her-
probable cause search revealed a oin: On 10/22/17 at 9:36 pm, Corporal
Methylenedioxy methamphetamine Esnes stopped a vehicle on Rt. 4 near The Calvert County Automated Speed reduction times.
pill and drug paraphernalia. Rebecca Fox Run Blvd. in Prince Frederick for Enforcement Unit has moved the speed Citations are issued to the registered
S. Perez, 29 of Baltimore was arrested traffic violations. The driver, Joshua enforcement camera from Mt. Harmony owner of the vehicle, and only if the speed
and incarcerated at the Calvert County M. Ogle, 33, was found to have an Road to Southern Connector Boulevard. was 12 mph or more over the posted speed
Detention Center. open warrant through Anne Arundel This camera is in operation near the en- limit. The camera will adjust for the re-
First Degree Assault / Robbery: On County Sheriffs Office. While await- trance to Mill Creek Middle School. The duced speed times.
10/22/17 at 12:24 am, Trooper Bauer ing confirmation on the warrant, a K-9 other cameras currently remain on Boyds A school zone speed camera violation is
from the MSP Leonardtown Barrack search resulted in a positive alert and a Turn Road at Windy Hill Middle School a $40 fine with no points.
notified MSP Prince Frederick of an probable cause search revealed heroin. and Ball Road at Mutual Elementary If you have any questions or concerns
assault that occurred earlier that eve- Ogle was arrested and incarcerated at School. In the near future a camera will about the Calvert County Safety for Stu-
ning at the Boomerangs parking lot the Calvert County Detention Center. be placed in operation in front of Calvert dents program, please contact Deputy
in Solomons involving the victim and Country School on Dares Beach Road. Julia Murphy at 410-535-2800, or email at
Justin M. Ford, 27 of Lusby. The vic- From MSP Barrack U, Cameras are active throughout the year,
tim was located in St. Marys County Prince Frederick Monday through Friday, from 6 a.m. to 8
p.m. This does not alter any posted speed From CCSO
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8 Education The Calvert County Times Thursday, October 26, 2017

Schools Strategic Plan Progress Measures Unveiled

By Dick Myers the high school level. ty Public Schools for neighboring counties
Editor Decrease the achievement gap of specialized popula- Percentage of employees surveyed who indicate that
tions (e.g., race, ELL, students with IEPs, FARMs) they feel their opinions matter
The Calvert County Board of Education approved last in English/Language Arts and Math in grades 3, 5, Retention rate of new teachers (less than 5 years of
month a strategic plan that includes goals of equity, stu- 8 and 10. experience)
dent outcomes climate and culture, workforce and com- Increase the percentage of students who enter Grade Percentage ofclassestaughtbyateach-
munity engagement. The plan calls for developing ways 9 enrolling in Honors courses. erwhoisteachingoutoffield
to measure the progress of those goals. Increase the percentage of students who are pro- Measuring Our Progress for Community Engagement
Over the past month task forces called by Superinten- ficient on PARCC in English/Language Arts and (Taskforce chaired by Vicky Karol)
dent Dr. Daniel Curry have worked to develop ways of Math. 2017 will be the baseline measure for documenting:
measuring the progress. Those measures were presented Increase the percentage of graduating students who The percentage of students participating in intern-
to the board at their Oct. 19 meeting. They are: have completed courses and/or pathways that could ships and shadowing experiences. The CCPS staff
Measuring Our Progress for Equity (Task force chaired earn them articulated credit or college credit (CSM, will aim to increase the number of students in intern-
by Sandy Walker) dual enrollment, CTE pathways, or AP courses) at ships and shadowing experiences by 2% per year for
FY 2017 will be the baseline measure for document- the high school level. the next three years.
ing the percentage of staff who have completed cul- Decrease the achievement gap of specialized popula- The number of parents, businesses, and commu-
tural proficiency training. Training will be developed tions (e.g., race, ELL, students with IEPs, FARMs) nity members participating in the school district by
with a 95% staff completion target for 2018. in English/Language Arts and Math in grades 3, 5, volunteering, mentoring, and/or tutoring students.
FY 2017 will be the baseline measure for document- 8 and 10. CCPS staff will aim to increase the percentage of
ing the percentage of students perceiving high ex- Increase the percentage of students who enter Grade parents, businesses, and community members par-
pectations and positive attitudes from school staff 9 enrolling in Honors courses. ticipating in our schools by volunteering, mentoring,
towards all students regardless of background. CCPS Increase the percentage of minority students taking and/or tutoring students by 2% per year for the next
staff will aim to increase the percentage of students an AP test and scores a 3 or higher. three years.
perceiving high expectations and positive attitudes Increase the percentage of students enrolled in CTE The percentage of businesses, civic organizations,
from school staff towards all students regardless of programs who earn technical skill attainment. individuals who engage with our school system as
background by 3% for the next three years.
EDUCATION Increase the number of students who participate in advocates, allies, and partners to increase equity, ac-
Measuring Our Progress for Student Outcomes (task
force chaired by Diane Workman and Susan Johnson) EDUCATION Performing Arts coursework or activities for at least
three (3) years in high school.
cess, and results for all students. CCPS staff will aim
to increase the percentage of businesses, organiza-
The CCPS staff will work to: Develop a plan to increase digital technology in daily tions, and individuals who engage with our school
Increase the percentage of students who are pro- instruction. system as advocates, allies, and partners to increase
ficient on PARCC in English/Language Arts and
Increase the percentage of graduating students who
Measuring Our Progress for Workforce (Taskforce

chaired by Tony Navarro and Laveeta Hutchins)
Percentage of racially diverse teachers that closely
equity, access, and results for all students by 2% per
year for the next three years.
The taskforce on Culture and Climate, chaired by Kim
have completed courses and/or pathways that could match the student populations belonging to minority
Roof, has not yet concluded its work.
earn them articulated credit or college credit (CSM,
dual enrollment, CTE pathways, or AP courses) at ACHIEVE
Percentage of staff who report leaving Calvert Coun-

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Calvert County National Oyster Cook-Off

Farm Festival Fun

Tammy Davis of Chesapeake Beach won the Soups and Stews Division of the National Oyster Cook-O
at the Oct. 21 US Oyster Festival in Leonardtown. She then garnered an award for Best Presentation for
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10 Feature The Calvert County Times Thursday, October 26, 2017

Substance Abuse Efforts:

Whole County Involved
lip was re-elected president He said the kids remember him. When he is with a
of the CAASA Board of group of ofcers at the county fair, they come up just to
Directors, a diverse group talk to him.
of community, agency, stu- The county has three full-tine D.A.R.E. ofcers, plus
dent and law enforcement four others certied to run the program as collateral duty
members. when needed.
Although the average age Our message isnt just drugs. Its decisions. Its con-
for overdoes is 35 years, sequences, Mitchell reiterated about the value of the
DAgostino said education D.A.R.E. program. He said some parents say that their
efforts are still also geared child had used rugs after the program. He said he tells
to younger people. In rec- them, Everyone makes mistakes, and to reinforce the
ognition that drug educa- message about individual responsibility
tion needs to start early, This week, Oct. 23-31 is National Red Ribbon Week,
the sheriffs ofces Drug which began after the kidnapping, torture, and murder of
Abuse Resistance Educa- DEA agent Enrique Kiki Camarena in 1985. Camarena
tion (D.A.R.E.) program had been working undercover in Guadalajara, Mexico for
has been the capstone of the over four years. His efforts led to a tip that resulted in the
countys substance abuse discovery of a multimillion-dollar narcotics manufactur-
efforts. ing operation in Chihuahua, Mexico. Red Ribbon Week
Photos by Mike Batson
The county D.A.R.E was ofcially proclaimed by President Ronald Reagan.
coordinator, Deputy First Many events are being held through the week in Cal-
D.A.R.E. ocers along with Sheri Mike Evans pose before one of their two vehicles before receiving an
award from Calvert Alliance Against Substance Abuse. Class Andre Mitchell said vert County schools. CAASA will be at Huntingtown and
the curriculum has changed Patuxent high schools and Mill Creek Middle School with
By Dick Myers in the seven ears he has the vision goggles that students can wear to simulate driv-
Editor been in the program. DAgostino noted that was a result ing while impaired.
of the pressure for the national D.A.R.E. program to de- Also, the drug take-back program which is offered 24/7
In the late 1980s, crack cocaine was rampant in Cal- velop a more evidence-based curriculum. at the sheriffs ofce will also be held at Southern, North-
vert County. A group of community leaders vowed to Mitchell said before D.A.R.E. emphasized Just Say east and Mt. Harmony community centers,
try to do something about it. That group included State No to Drugs. He said now, We really dont focus on The word resistance is part of D.A.R.E. That could
Sen. Bernie Fowler, Delegate George Owings (now state specic drugs. call to mind the cliched message from the Borg in Star
veterans secretary) and the late Judge Thomas Rymer Trek Resistance is Futile. With drug use still rampant,
(a former delegate). They invited Gov. William Donald albeit in a new form, DAgostino was asked if success was
Schaefer down to Prince Frederick for a town hall meet- futile.
ing on the problem. She responded by saying the real answer to the ques-
Out of that call to action came an organization called tion was realized on a case by case basis for every young
Calvert Alliance Against Substance Abuse (CAASA), person whose life is positively changed. Those are the
which has been active ever since. Its mission statement successes that should be the measurement of the value of
says: CAASA will involve the entire community to Calvert Countys substance abuse programs.
promote a healthy environment free of alcohol and other
drug abuse. Today the D.A.R.E. program relies heavily on the mes-
Candice DAgostino joined CAASA as its coordinator sage that young people need to make safe and respon-
in 1999 and is still in the same position today. When she sible decisions.
joined, the focus had switched to alcohol and marijuana. Tests are administered before and after the program to
Less than a decade later the main drug abuse problems in measure results, Mitchell explained. It gauges what they
Calvert County had once again changed, this time to pre- have learned.
scription opioid drugs and heroin. They remain a deadly The program is taught to every 6th grader in 10 con-
problem today. secutive lessons as part of the health curriculum.
According to the Calvert County Sheriffs Ofce, as of The program was removed from elementary schools
Oct. 19, there were 144 overdoes reported this year and years ago for logistics reasons. But last year Michell said
25 fatalities. The average age has gone up to 35 years this a pilot 5 grade after-school program (two a week for six

year from 18-30 in previous years. That means trying to weeks) was initiated and will be expanded to four elemen-
reach that age group in places that they congregate. tary schools this year.
DAgostino said over the years CAASAs message has There also is a shortened high school D.A.R.E. that in-
remained constant. Only the drugs have changed, she cludes a lesson during lunch break followed by two online
said. lessons as reinforcement. The lessons are timed to occur
CAASA was formed from committees organized after before junior or senior proms.
the Call to Action meeting in Prince Frederick. They in- Former CAASA board member Alyssa Gibson was
cluded law enforcement, business, education and public instrumental in getting the program into her school,
agencies dealing with the drug problem. Huntingtown High School. She was guest speaker at the
Today CAASA remains anchored in its partnerships awards ceremony. She said the message from D.A.R.E.
with similar groups, such as the Calvert County Sheriffs for her classmates: There are plenty of ways of having
Ofce, Maryland State Police, the health department and fun without doing drugs and drinking alcohol.
its Substance Abuse Services, community Neighbor- Additionally, there are plans for a Camp D.A.R.E. sum-
hood Watch organizations, Project Graduation, and the mer program next summer. The ve-day camp will be for
hospital. incoming and outgoing 5th graders at a still-to-be-deter-
Representatives from those and other partners were mined location. Capacity will be 75 students.
honored Oct. 23 at CAASA Annual Meeting and Awards Mitchells rst class is now freshmen in college and
CAASA Board President Kristen DePhllip (l) and CAASA Coordina-
Ceremony at the College of Southern Maryland Prince he gets a kick out of hearing from them and seeing them tor Candice DAgostino at the annual Awards Ceremony Oct. 23 at
Frederick campus. During the ceremony Kristen DePhil- out in the community. He said his students are constantly CSM Prince Frederick.
pointing him out to their parents.
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Nov. 3
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HOME ELEMENTS First Friday, The Good Earth Natural Foods
River Reections fea-
tures artists Jim Dous- Company will donate 10% of our event sales
sard and Helene Von- to the First Saints Community Church Soup
negut. Both are inspired Kitchen in Leonardtown. We will have a demo
HOME ELEMENTS by the rivers and natural of Emerald Health Bioceuticals products with
beauty of Southern Andy. So stop by between 5 pm and 8 pm on
FURNITURE ACCESSORIES DESIGN GIFTS Maryland. Doussard expresses his inspira- November 3rd to experience Where Good
tion with vivid abstract landscape paintings. Things Happen!
In addition, he creates stunning chronometers
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ern Marylands waterways and lighthouses This months First Friday
inspire Vonnegut to create contemporary project is a chic hat worked
sculptural and functional works in clay. Her in Lhasa, a luxurious blend
garden lanterns, fan-shaped ower containers, of Tibetan cashmere and
and tableware feature Asian inuences subtly yak ber. The pattern is
pleasing to behold and use. The gallery is open called Thirteen Percent,
Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 AM to 5 which reminds us that

BIG Larrys PM and Sundays from noon to 4 PM. Visit the

more than 13% of families in Maryland face a
constant struggle against hunger. For every
hat kit purchased this month, Crazy for Ewe


22725 Washington St., 240-309-4074
will donate $10 to the Loaves and Fishes Soup
Kitchen which serves hot meals and provides
healthy grocery items to local families in need.
20% o all dining tables,
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rs rst Friday and continues
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Please join us for our rst First Friday under our
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Fuzzy Farmers Market). Our artist of the month
is Deb Sams, who will be here to show her in-
I c 22760 Washington St.,
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While you are here, you can see our fall col-
Hot Pretzel Our FF special is schedule a party today only lection of beautiful scarves, shawls, hats, and
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Please support the local Downtown Leonardtown
businesses who are partnering
with the First Saints Soup Kitchen
to raise funds to purchase healthy
fresh fruit, vegetables and meat
for the hundreds of hungry
in our community.

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Participating businesses make a cash donation
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November 3. 22696 Washington St. Leonardtown, MD 301-475-FUZZ (3899)

Audience participation The LBA gratefully acknowledges the generous

support of our Platinum Sponsors
Drum Circle!
with the SoMar Drummers
7-9 PM
New Location! The Arts Council Gallery Space
22660 Washington Street, 1st Floor.
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In Remembrance
The Calvert County Times runs complimentary obituaries as submitted by funeral homes
and readers. We run them in the order we receive them. Any submissions that come to after noon on Mondays may run in the following weeks edition.

Elizabeth Ann Betty Johnson Gwendolyn Ann Gwen Alice Virginia McDaniel Leonard Fabian Hanson
Elizabeth Ann Arnold Alice Virginia Leonard Fabian
Betty Johnson, Gwendolyn Ann McDaniel, 73, of Hanson, 96, of
89, of Lothian Gwen Arnold, North Beach passed Upper Marlboro
passed away Octo- 76, of Lexington away October 18, passed away Oc-
ber 21, 2017 at Riva Park passed away 2017. She was born tober 16, 2017. He
Terrace Assisted October 21, 2017 at November 11, 1943 was born August
Living in Davidson- her residence. She in Washington, D.C. 12, 1921 in Custer
ville. She was born was born August to William and Alice County, NE to
April 1, 1928 in Lo- 9, 1941 in Capitol (Newman) Sherry. Swedish immi-
thian to Calvert Lorenzo and Elizabeth Heights to Wilmer Alice was raised in D.C. and lived most grants John Edwin and Sophia (Nel-
Anne Lillie (Moreland) Wilkinson. and Alice (Brady) Greenwell. Gwen of her life in Forestville until moving to son) Hanson. Leonard was raised in
Betty attended Owensville Elementary married Donald Arnold in June of North Beach in 2016. She attended Our Wild Horse Valley, NE and gradu-
School and graduated from Southern 1961 and they lived in Capitol Heights Lady Queen of Peace Catholic School in ated from Gothenburg High School in
High School in 1946. She married John before moving to Prince Frederick, Washington, D.C. She was employed as a 1941. Following high school, Leonard
Herbert Johnson on October 17, 1947 where she lived for 32 years. She guidance secretary and cafeteria worker attended the University of Nebraska
and they lived in Lothian, where Betty moved to Lexington Park in 2011 and for Forestville Military Academy. Alice at Lincoln for a few months before
was primarily a homemaker raising lived with her daughter until her pass- married William Lyle McDaniel in Upper getting drafted into the United States
her three children. She was a lifelong ing. Gwen was employed as a meat Marlboro on November 6, 1970. She was Army in December of 1941. Leonard
member of Mt. Zion United Methodist wrapper for A&P Grocery and later very giving and was always providing to served during WWII as a bomber pi-
Church and enjoyed gardening, cook- Safeway for 16 years. She then went to others. She will be remembered as a ght- lot and was stationed in England. He
ing, canning, reading and sewing. work cleaning houses for 9 years until er and loving grandmother, whose great- survived 31 missions and was award-
Betty was preceded in death by her her retirement. Gwen enjoyed visiting est joy was spending time with her family. ed the Bronze Star and Air Medal
husband John Herbert Johnson, Sr. She with friends at Calvert Pines Senior She was preceded in death by her hus- during his time in the war. Leonard
is survived by children John Herbert Center and found joy in crafts, owers band William. Alice is survived by chil- was honorably discharged in 1945
Johnson, Jr. and wife Julia of Lothian, and games of chance. She wanted to dren Lyle McDaniel of Gaithersburg, and went back to the University of
Barbara Tucker and partner Dan West- be remembered as a funny lady who Sherry Lehnen and husband Michael of Nebraska and graduated in 1948. Fol-
land of Hampstead and Linda Gibson wished everyone happiness. Chesapeake Beach, Brian McDaniel and lowing his graduation, he re-enlisted
and husband David of Lothian, six Gwen was preceded in death by her wife Jennifer of Huntingtown and Audrey in the United States Air Force and
grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren husband Donald James Arnold, Sr. in Rotindo and husband Phil of Marlton, NJ, served in Korea. Leonard remained
and one great-great-granddaughter. She 1986, son Joseph A. Arnold, sisters step children Patti, Billy, Holly, Rick and on active duty until 1957 and was on
is also survived by siblings Mary Cran- Margaret Grey and Mary Alice Hyson Lorna. Also surviving are grandchildren reserve until his retirement in 1969 as
ford and husband Jim of Lothian, Genie and brothers Thomas Sr. and Timothy Sara (Donald), Travis, Michael, Kylie, Lieutenant Colonel. Leonard married
Greenwell and husband Mike of David- Greenwell. She is survived by children Aaron, Matthew and Ashley, a sister Mar- Carlotta Randolph in 1956 and they
sonville, Thomas Wilkinson and wife Alice R. Caudill of Lexington Park, garet Conway and a brother John Sherry moved to Maryland in 1968. He was
Patricia of Lothian, and Nellie Jones Donald J. Arnold, Jr. and wife Debbie Memorial contributions may be made to employed as a manager with Gold-
(late husband Bernard Lee) of Lothian, of Mechanicsburg, PA and Valerie E. End Hunger In Calvert County, P.O. Box 758 line Bus Company, retiring in 1978.
as well as several nieces and nephews. Reinhart of Lancaster, PA, grandchil- Huntingtown MD 20639, Phone: 410-257- In 1977, Leonard bought his farm in
Visitation will be Thursday, Octo- dren Scott and Sarah Caudill, Donald 5672; website: http://www.endhungercal- Upper Marlboro, where he farmed
ber 26, 2017, 2-4 p.m. and 5-8 p.m. at J. Arnold III and Austin Michael Rein- and raised cattle for 35 years. He was
Rausch Funeral Home Owings, 8325 hardt, great grandson Aidan Lee Cau- Funeral arrangements were made by a member of the Lions Club, Masonic
Mount Harmony Lane, Owings MD dill and several nieces and nephews. Rausch Funeral Home. Lodge and Brookfield United Meth-
20736. Visitation will be Friday, Octo- odist Church. He enjoyed playing
Funeral services will be Friday, Oct. ber 27, 2017, 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. Melissa Lynn Lisa Thompson chess and golf and had a passion for
27 at 11 a.m. at Mt. Zion United Meth- at Rausch Funeral Home - Owings Melissa Lynn farming and raising cattle
odist Church. 122 Bayard Road, Lothian 8325 Mount Harmony Lane, Owings Lisa Thompson, Leonard was preceded in death by
MD 20711. Burial will follow at the MD 20736. 49, passed away his wife Carlotta Hanson, sister Viola
church cemetery. Funeral services will be Saturday, October 18, 2017. Hanson and brother Vernon Hanson.
Memorial contributions can be made Oct. 28 at 10 a.m. at the funeral home. She was born Oc- He is survived by daughters Ruth
to Alzheimers Association, National Burial will be at Cedar Hill Cemetery, tober 8, 1968 at Clare and husband John of Soldotna,
Capital Area Chapter 3701 Pender 4111 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suitland P.G. Hospital in AK and Janet Sweeney and husband
Drive, Suite 400, Fairfax VA 22030; MD 20746. Cheverly to Her- Randy of Upper Marlboro, son James
website: bert Clarence and Hanson of Upper Marlboro, grand-
Virginia Iola (Plotts) Beall. Lisa was children Meri Proffen and husband
raised in Mitchellville and graduated Ben, Hannah Clare, Reuben Swee-
from Largo High School in 1986. She ney, Rachel Sweeney, Sam Sweeney
was primarily a homemaker and she and wife Sarah, Erik Hanson and
loved animals. Vernon Hanson, great-grandchildren
Now Offering... Melissa is survived by her mother Lars Proffen and Jessie Mae and
Jaclyn Rae Sweeney and sister Ruth
RAUSCH CREMATORY P.A. and step father Virginia Beall and
Raymond Catterton of Owings, sister Westerbeck.
Stacey Beall of Baltimore, longtime Memorial contributions may
Calvert Countys companion Antonio Queen, children be made to Hospice of the Ches-
ONLY On-site Crematory David Frederick, Brittany Walker, apeake, 90 Richie Highway
Timothy, Glen, Terrance, Mariah and Pasadena MD 21122, Phone: 410-987-
Mercedez Frederick, Destiny, Shane 2003; website: http://www.hospicechesa-
Where Heritage and Life are celebrated. and Faith Thompson, two grandchil- peakeorBrookeld United Methodist
dren and one niece and nephew. She Church, 12806 Croom Road, Upper Marl-
Serving Calvert, Anne Arundel, St. Marys, and Prince Georges Counties boro MD 20772, Phone: 240-681-3532;
was preceded in death by her father
Herbert C. Beall. website:
Lusby Owings Port Republic Funeral arrangements by Rausch
20 American Ln. 8325 Mount Harmony Ln. 4405 Broomes Island Rd. Funeral services by Rausch Funeral
Home. Funeral Home.
410-326-9400 410-257-6181 410-586-0520
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To submit your event listing to go in our Community Calendar, please email timescalendar@county- with the listing details by 12 p.m. on the Monday prior to our Thursday publication.

decorate booths, don costumes, and hand ors to celebrate crossing the nish line.
dining room. The dinner includes all the out candy and treats to all the children. Runners can wear white or run in cos-
Little Minnows trimmings, and beverage for $12. Public Some free activities will be provided and tume, either way, it will be a howling good
Calvert Marine Museum, 14200 Solo- invited. Call for more information 410- devilishly delicious food vendors will be time. This is a fun run community event
mons Island Rd. S, Solomons, MD 257-9878. present. Admission of $2.00 per person open to children of all ages- 1-100 www.
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM will benet local charities including the
A program for children age 35 and Annual Trunk or Treat Holiday Food Basket Program and the An-
their caregivers. Theme is Sea Stars Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church nmarie Schloarship Fund. Parking is free Optimist Club of Calverts Halloween
and Other Unique Creatures. Fee is $5, 9463 HG Trueman Road, Lusby, MD and will be located in the eld adjacent to Party & Costume Parade
CMM members are FREE. 20657 the gardenfollow signs. FREE trick or 140 Calvert Fair Drive, Prince Frederick
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM treat bags handed out to every guest! In- 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
The Gills Club at Calvert Marine Come to Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran terested in having a booth, email or call us The Optimist Club of Calvert is hosting
Museum Church for a fun and safe way to enjoy to learn more! our annual Halloween Party and Costume
Calvert Marine Museum, 14200 Solomons Halloween. Trunks will be popped all over Parade for children ages 1-13 on Sunday,
Island Rd. S, Solomons, MD the parking lot and lled with Halloween Halloween Trunk or Treat October 29th. Join us for an afternoon of
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM treats. For more information call 410-231- Trinity United Methodist Church, 90 fun and games, crafts, treats and a spe-
FREE program designed for girls ages 2075 or email pastor@shepherdofthebay. Church St. Prince Frederick 20678 cial Halloween Parade! The parade will
712 interested in learning more about com. 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM begin at 2:00 p.m.; please register onsite
sharks. Gills Club is a STEM-focused pro- Join us for safe family- friendly fun with by 1:45 p.m. to participate in the costume
gram from the Atlantic White Shark Con- Saturday, October 28 games, cake walk,food and candy. For ad- parade. This free event will be held from
servancy. Preregistration is required. Reg- ditional information call. 410-535-1782 1:003:00 pm in the Main Building of
Free Residential Shredding Event in
ister now at the Calvert County Fairgrounds in Prince
istration. For more information, email Trunk or Treat Frederick.
Northern High School, 2950 Chaneyville St. Paul United Methodist Church,
Road, Owings, MD
11000 HG Trueman Road, Lusby, MD Free Kids Halloween Party
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
JPPM Speaker: Dr Torben Rick, Ar- 20657 3330 Chesapeake Beach Road East,
The Calvert County Division of Solid
chaeologist, National Museum 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Route 260, Chesapeake Bch.
Waste is hosting a free paper shredding
10515 Mackall Road, St. Leonard, MD Games & Treats. Free Event! 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
event for county residents Saturday, Oct.
20685 From 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. in the upper level
28, 2017. The event will be held at the
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Free Annual Family Fall Festival hall of the American Legion Stallings-
Northern High School located at 2950
October 26: Dr. Torben Rick, Archaeolo- 8912 Chesapeake Avenue, North Beach Williams Post 206 on Route 260 in Chesa-
Chaneyville Road in Owings from 8 a.m.
gist, National Museum of Natural History, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM peake Beach. Hosted by the Auxiliary. All
to 2 p.m., rain or shine. The shred event
on Evolution of a Fishery and the Decline Please join us from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Sat- are Welcome. For information call 410-
helps prevent identity theft by destroy-
of an Estuary: Historical Ecology and Ar- urday October 28, 2017, for the Union 257-9878.
ing condential or sensitive documents.
chaeology of the Chesapeake Bay. The Church Family Fall (for Jesus) Festival.
All paper must be removed from plastic
lecture will explore the archaeology and Fun & games for everyone including Cos- Dismantling Racism in America: A
bags and cardboard boxes. Paper clips and
historical ecology of the Chesapeake Bay tume Contest, DJ/Dance Floor, games, Book Study
staples are acceptable. Binders and binder
focusing on Native American exploitation and Treats! The Church is located next to Middleham and St. Peters Parish 10210
clips are not acceptable. There is no limit
of oysters, crabs, and other bay resources. the North Beach Town Hall at 8912 Chesa- H G Trueman Rd, Lusby, MD 20657
per resident and proof of residency is re-
or more information about the speaker peake Avenue. This free event is offered 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
quired. Certicates of destruction will be
series or other park events call, 410-586- with the compliments of the Congrega- Book study on Living into Gods Dream:
provided if requested. Businesses are pro-
8501 or visit tion. All are cordially invited. Questions Dismantling Racism in America, by
hibited from this event.
may be directed to (410)257-3555. www. Catherine Meeks. Offered in two formats,
Friday, October 27 Halloween in the Garden both are open to all: 1) A live book study
on Sunday afternoons in the Parish Hall
Cordon Bleu Dinner
3330 Chesapeake Beach Road East,
Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts
Center Sunday, October 29 from 2:003:00 pm October 8Novem-
ber 12. Each week will feature a guest
Route 260, Chesapeake Bch. 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM Color Run
discussion leader from the community. 2)
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM $2 per person; parking is free. A day- 300 Calverton School Road,
Online Facebook Group discussion will be
FRIDAY OCTOBER 27 CHICKEN time trick-or-treating parade! Looking Huntingtown
offered on Wednesday evenings 10/ 11 to
CORDON BLEU DINNERJoin us for something SPOOKtackular to do for 8:30 AM - 12 Noon
11/15 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. More specif-
for an informal dinner from 5:30 to 7:00 Halloween? Annmarie Garden will host Come out and celebrate fall in style! The
ics will follow in the October Connector
p.m. hosted by the Sons of American Le- the 18th Annual Halloween in the Garden Calverton School Lacroosse Team is host-
and Facebook. Sponsored by Middleham
gion Stallings Williams Post 206 at 3330 on Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 11:00 ing a community Color Run. Complete
and St. Peters Episcopal ChurchBig
Chesapeake Beach Road E on Route 260 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. More than 70 com- with liquid colors sprayed while runners
munity organizations and businesses will pass through stations as well as chalk col-

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18 Calendars The Calvert County Times Thursday, October 26, 2017

YoungatHeart By Office of Aging Staff
Thursday, October 26
Shake It Out
Saturday, October 28
Garden Smarter - Decorating from
the Woods
Shake It Out Music and Movement will 10:00-11:30am
create a rich environment that pro- Learn how to gather and use foliage,
Daylight Savings Time Calvert Pines Senior motes social, emotional and physical berries, cones and other bits of vegeta-
Changes Center (CPSC) skills. Come join us for some shaken tion to decorate your home for the holi-
Daylight savings time ends No- Crocheters and Knitters Want- fun. Please register. Calvert Library days. No registration. Calvert Library
vember 6 at 2 a.m. Make sure that ed! Mondays at 1:30 p.m. meet up Southern Branch, 13920 H. G. True- Prince Frederick, 850 Costley Way,
you set your clocks BACK one with knitting and crochet friends man Road, Solomons, 410-326-5289. 410-535-0291 or 301-855-1862. http://
hour before you go to bed Satur- in the Old Bay Caf at Calvert
day, November 5. Remember to Pines Senior Center.
always check or change the batter- Paint a rock with an inspiration- On Pins & Needles Meet Interesting People - Human
ies in your smoke detectors! al message and then hide the rock 2:00-4:00pm Library
Become a Tax-Aide in our community on Thursday, Bring your quilting, needlework, knit- 1:00-4:00pm
Volunteer November 2, 10:30 a.m. All sup- ting, crocheting or other project for an Check out a human book! Have a con-
The AARP Tax-Aide program, plies provided. Please register. afternoon of conversation and shared versation and learn about their life
sponsored by the Calvert County North Beach Senior Center creativity. No registration. Calvert Li- experiences. The Human Library is a
Office on Aging, is looking for vol- (NBSC) brary Twin Beaches Branch, 3819 Har- way to have a one-on-one conversation
unteers to serve as tax counselors Join us Thursday, November 2, bor Road, Chesapeake Beach, 410-257- about stigmas and stereotypes of issues
to prepare, review and e-file 2017 11:30 p.m. and listen as members 2411. associated with conflicts we face today.
tax returns at each of the three se- of our Scribblers Writing Group Please register. Calvert Library Prince
nior centers in 2018. Training will read their interviews and stories OMOB #DoSomethingCalCo! Frederick, 850 Costley Way, 410-535-
be offered in late 2017 and/or early from various veterans. 6:30-8:30pm 0291 or 301-855-1862. http://CalvertLi-
2018. If this volunteer opportu- Join friends both old and new for Find your voice through civic engage-
nity interests you, please contact Lunch Bunch Friday, November 3, ment. Dr. Seuss as the Lorax said,
Patti Ryon at the Office on Aging, 12:30 p.m. Tab, tip and transporta- Unless someone like you cares a Construction Zone
410-535-4606. tion are on your own. whole awful lot, nothing is going to get 2:00-4:00pm. Bring your family to
November is National Southern Pines Senior better. Its not. Professional facilitator explore the librarys building sets. Its
Diabetes Month Center (SPSC) Sue Kullen will teach a four-part series
to practice the skills of getting orga-
come and go constructive time in the
storytime room as we bring out the
Over 30 million Americans have Learn about the organization,
diabetes in the United States, and Quilts of Valor on Thursday, No- nized and involved in issues that affect librarys collection of Legos, Keva
approximately 25% of the popula- vember 9, 12:30 p.m. The mission your community. Bring a friend and Planks, Lincoln Logs, blocks, Mag-
tion over the age of 65 have this of the Quilts of Valor Founda- your passion and engage! Sponsored by formers and more. No registration.
disease. Join our Health Coordi- tion is to cover service members Maryland Humanities. Please register. Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
nator, Melinda Gaines, as she will and veterans touched by war with Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850 Costley Way, 410-535-0291 or 301-855-
address tips on how to manage this comforting and healing Quilts of Costley Way, 410-535-0291 or 301-855- 1862.
disease, and how you can live a Valor. 1862.
healthy life while living with dia- Whether youre a seasoned
Halloween Evening Storytime
Monday, October 30
betes. Presentations will be held at painter or wanting to learn some- Monday Morning Fun
North Beach, November 9, 10:30 thing new join us for the Acrylics 6:30-7:15pm
Join us for a fun evening of Halloween 10:00-11:00am
a.m.; Calvert Pines, November 14, Painting Class on Wednesday, No- Join us for dancing, stories, movies and
10:30 a.m.; Southern Pines, No- vember 1, 9:00 a.m. $10.00 fee. stories and songs. Costumes welcome!
Calvert Library Twin Beaches Branch, fun. Calvert Library Prince Frederick,
vember 15, 12:30 p.m. 850 Costley Way, 410-535-0291 or 301-
3819 Harbor Road, Chesapeake Beach,
410-257-2411. http://CalvertLibrary. 855-1862.
Manga Otaku Artist Nights

Eating Together Menu

Halloween Evening Storytime 7:00-8:30pm
7:00-8:00pm On 1st Tuesdays and 3rd Mondays com-
Slightly spooky Halloween Storytime. ics and manga fans ages 10 to 17 gather
Costumes optional. Calvert Library at the Twin Beaches Branch to learn the
Monday, October 30 Thursday, November 2 Fairview Branch, Rt. 4 and Chaneyville techniques of drawing for comics. Join
Chicken & Shrimp Gumbo, Tossed Tuna Salad in a Pita Pocket, Let- Road, Owings, 410-257-2101. http:// us! Please register. Calvert Library
Salad w/Chick Peas, Seasoned Kale, tuce/Tomato Slices, Coleslaw, Whole Twin Beaches Branch, 3819 Harbor
Dinner Roll, Mandarin Oranges Baked Apple with Raisins Road, Chesapeake Beach, 410-257-
Tuesday, October 31 Friday, November 3 Friday, October 27 2411.
Meatloaf w/Gravy, Mashed Pota- BBQ Chicken, Oven Roasted Red
toes, Seasoned Greens, Dinner Roll, Potatoes and Onions, Roasted Car- On Pins & Needles
Tuesday, October 31
Peach Crisp rots, Dinner Roll, Baked Apples
Flying Needles
Wednesday, November 1 Bring your quilting, needlework, knit-
Pork Chop with Cinnamon Spice ting, crocheting, or other project for an
afternoon of conversation and shared Knitting, crocheting and portable
Applesauce, Mashed Sweet Pota-
creativity. Calvert Library Prince crafting group open to anyone want-
toes, Brussel Sprouts, Dinner Roll,
Frederick, 850 Costley Way, 410-535- ing to join in and share talents, crafting
0291 or 301-855-1862. http://CalvertLi- time or learn a new skill. No registra-
Lunches are served to seniors, aged 60-plus, and their spouses through Title tion. Calvert Library Southern Branch,
IIIC of the Older Americans Act. Suggested donation is $3. To make or cancel a 13920 H. G. Trueman Road, Solomons,
reservation call: Calvert Pines Senior Center at 410-535-4606 or
301-855-1170, North Beach Senior Center at 410-257-2549, or Southern Pines
410-326-5289. http://CalvertLibrary.
Senior Center at 410-586-2748. Lunches are subject to change. info.
Thursday, October 26, 2017 The Calvert County Times Sports 19

SMAC Scoreboard Tackle Box

Fishing Report
By Ken and Linda Lamb gone soon. Deep trollers nd sh in
Contributing Writers 30 to 40 feet on the oyster bars in both
Patuxent and Potomac.
Rocksh are the primary target for The Honga river and Hooper
shermen now as the water cools and Straights have a wealth of structure
clears. Stripers are in the shallows at points for hefty rocksh. Capt. Brady
dusk and dawn around structure and Bound on the Miss Lena (301-904-
in in the mouths of creeks on falling 0471) is an expert on sight casting
tides. and his boat is perfect for taking par-
Speaking of tides, there has been ties to sight cast for sh in skinny
very little water movement this water. Barren Island and Hoopers Is-
week. There have been two tides: low land straights, the Honga River and
and lower with very lazy ow. These the thoroughfares of Bloodsworth Is-
conditions are typical of October land are his specality. He can take you
with calm wind and falling tempera- where no man has gone before (sorta)
tures. This shortens the feeding time and put you on sh in a ditch with a
of sh and puts emphasis on being the mud hole at the end where you would
rst caster or troller in the right spot. never guess a 26 inch rocksh venture.
Cedar Point has many locations There are plenty of perch for bottom
where tide eddies, rocky shorelines, shermen in the rivers. Creek sh-
rock piles and other sturcture will ing is difcult with these low tides. A
nd rocksh eager to take cast lures bit of rain and bigger tides will give
(crankbaits, jigs, bucktails, and sur- us back that resource until some real
face poppers). cold comes along. Spot are still hang-
Trollers in the shallows up the Patux- ing around, and they are mostly jumbo
ent using bucktails and small spoons size.
are doing well. An 18-inch redsh was Bass shing is very good now in
taken there over the weekend. I have ponds and St. Marys Lake. Crap-
caught reds as late as Halloween, but pie shing in the lake should take off
the last of these tropical sh will be soon.

Dallas Croce with a catch from near Drum Point in the mouth of the Patuxent.
20 Entertainment The Calvert County Times Thursday, October 26, 2017

Halloween in the
Garden Benefits
Charities! Going On
In Entertainment
Halloween Party FT. Johanssens
Thursday, Oct 26 The Ruddy Duck Brewery, Solomons
Randy Nelson 8:00 - 11:00 PM
Anglers Seafood Bar & Grill,
7:00 - 10:00 PM Sunday, Oct 29
Sumner Acoustic
Kids Halloween Party
BRA Pong Tournament
The Ruddy Duck Brewery, Solomons
Anthonys Bar & Grill, Dunkirk
2:00 - 4:00 PM
9:00 PM

Swamp Candy Monday, Oct 30

The Ruddy Duck Brewery, Solomons BRA BLING
7:30 - 11:00 PM Speed Bingo/Cornhole League Anthonys Bar & Grill, Dunkirk
9:00 PM
Friday, Oct 26
Karaoke Wednesday, Nov 1
Anglers Seafood Bar & Grill, Wild Card Trivia
Solomons Anglers Seafood Bar & Grill,
9:00 PM - 1:00 AM Solomons 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Halloween Round 1 with DJ RAY
Anthonys Bar & Grill, Dunkirk
9:00 PM

Satruday, Oct 28
Dave & Kevin Trio
Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts venture faster than ever! Anglers Seafood Bar & Grill,
Center in Solomons, Maryland, will host Halloween in the Garden is a wonder- Solomons
their annual trick-or-treating festival, Hal- ful opportunity to enjoy the beautiful 8:00 PM - 12:00 AM
loween in the Garden, on Saturday, Octo- fall colors in the Garden, and celebrate
ber 28, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If you are the change in the season by participating
looking for a fun family-friendly Hallow- in this beloved Southern Maryland fam- Halloween Round 2 with Back-
een activity, this is the place to be! For ily tradition. The Garden will be full of stage Pass Band
the 18th year, youngsters and their families spooktacular decorations, so dont forget Anthonys Bar & Grill, Dunkirk
are invited to parade down Annmaries to bring your camera to capture wonderful 9:00 PM
Wooded Path collecting treats and small photo opportunities and memories. Dress
gifts from more than 70 booths. the whole family up in their Halloween
Each booth is decorated and hosted by a finest and enjoy a day of trick-or-treating
Southern Maryland community organiza- and fall fun! There will be food vendors
tions or business. selling family-friendly food and snacks.
Admission is $2.00 per person and will Visitors will also be able to shop from ven-
benefit several local charities, including dors including independent consultants,
the American Legions Holiday Food Bas- handmade crafts, and more.

ket Program, the Annmarie Scholarship Parking is free and will be located in
Fund, Adult Daycare of Calvert County, the field adjacent to the GardenPatuxent
the Solomons Volunteer Fire Depart- High School NJROTC students will be on
ment, Patuxent High School NJROTC, hand to assist and guide vehicular traffic.
and Three Oaks Center Veterans Initia- Halloween in the Garden is a smoke-free St. Marys County Calvert County
tive. Trick-or-treating bags will be pro- and pet-free event, so leave your cigarettes
vided courtesy of Smile Castle Pediatric
and pets at home. Purchase a Fast Pass
online for $5 per person and jump the line, Do you have something to add
New this year: purchase a Fast Pass for
$5/person online at www.annmariegar-
or buy your ticket the day of the event for
$2 per person. For additional information, to our Community Calendar? and avoid the wait in the general call (410) 326-4640 or visit www.annmar-
admission line! Proceeds from the Fast
Pass sales will also benefit the listed chari- Email your event to
ties. Halloween in the Garden will feature From Annmarie Sculpture Garden
a new festival layout designed to get visi- & Arts Center
tors started on their trick-or-treating ad-
F & GA M E
u n S
Thursday, October 26, 2017 The Calvert County Times 21


Rearrange the letters to spell something pertaining to the Trac


CLUES ACROSS 47. 04492, town in Maine 22. Touchdown

49. Paddle 23. From end to end
1. Emaciation 50. Airline once owned by 24. __ Claus
6. Exchequer Howard Hughes 25. Jedi Master Kenobi
10. Sacs where fungi 53. Big 10 athlete 27. Fencing swords
develop 57. Inammation of the 28. Famed child psychiatrist
14. First letter of the intestine 29. Gossip
Hebrew alphabet 58. Keys comedic partner 30. S-shaped lining
15. Unexplored waters 59. Chamomile and black 31. __ death do us part

Kid'S Corner
17. Berkeley athletes are two 33. Bar bill
19. Norse giantess 60. Distress signal 35. Placed over a vowel to
20. Crater on the moon 61. Assn. for translators indicate sound
21. Resembles velvet 36. Steve Martin was one
22. Pearl Jams debut CLUES DOWN 37. Low paid educator
album (abbr.)
23. Hair-like structure 1. Measures engine speed 39. One who rampages
24. Turfs (abbr.) 42. Backbones Whats The Difference?
26. Put in advance 2. Wings 43. Friday Night Lights
29. First son of Lot 3. Founded a phone director
31. Native American company 44. Anno Domini
language 4. Upon 46. One-time Yankees
32. Furry family member 5. Superhigh frequency sensation Kevin
34. Vedic God of re 6. Colorless liquid 47. Fermented grape juice
35. Genie 7. Hostelries 48. Peruvian province
37. German city 8. __ (slang) 49. Former Braves
38. Acquire 9. One who accompanies outelder Nixon
39. Cambodia currency 10. Where rockers play 50. Entertainment award
40. A person from a 11. __ the Man Musial 51. Feeling good
Balkan republic 12. Waxy cover on some 52. Greek god of war
41. More simple birds beaks 53. Famed NYC museum
43. Bleats 13. Software that monitors 54. Of the ears
45. The other white meat for malicious activity (abbr.) 55. Select
46. __ student: learns 16. Becomes less intense 56. Friend to the carrot
healing 18. Lyric poems
Puzzle Solutions
Last Weeks

Word Scramble: TURKEY

3. Pencil behind boys ear 4. Girl wearing a ring

Whats The Difference Answers: 1. Glasses on desk 2. Blue bin missing label
22 The Calvert County Times Thursday, October 26, 2017

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New Gates & Round Pen Panels Boats, ATVs, Building Materials, etc.
Preview & Preregister Friday 2pm to 5pm
Good Clean Consignments Welcome
Accepting Consignments Monday November 6th till Friday November 10th during
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Chicken, BBQ, Bake Sale & Homemade Ice Cream
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