March 2016

Calvert County Congratulates New Businesses

Even though Calvert County may be one of the smallest counties in Maryland, it is open for businesses of all sizes. Home to unique mom-and-pop specialty stores, some of the nation’s top Fortune 500 companies and everything in between, Calvert County’s unparalleled [...]

Bill Limiting The Number of Bills Introduced Is Dead

Delegate William Folden (R, D-3B Frederick County) introduced a bill during the 2016 Legislative Session in Annapolis that addressed the large number of bills that are introduced every year. HB 1370 would have limited the number of bills that could be introduced by each [...]

End Hunger Culinary Program Accepting Applications

The End Hunger Culinary Training Program is now accepting applications for their next Culinary Training Program session. Classes begin Monday, April 11 and Recruitment Meetings are scheduled for Monday, March 21 at 7PM and Monday, April 4 at 7PM at Chesapeake Church. Sign [...]

Dragon Boat Festival Registration Now Open

On Saturday, June 18th, the 4th Annual End Hunger Dragon Boat Festival is back in North Beach, MD! The event is limited to 42 teams and slots are filling quickly! If you want to race in this year’s festival sign up TODAY! Dragon Boat teams consist of 16 paddlers, 1 [...]

CSM Presents Connections with Poets

The College of Southern Maryland’s Spring 2016 Connections series will feature Naomi Shihab Nye, Michael Glaser and Demetria Martinez, three award-winning poets and authors all of whom explore, as Connections Coordinator and CSM Professor Neal Dwyer explains, [...]

New State Voting System Previewed in Video

In October 2014, the Maryland State Board of Elections selected a new voting system for 2016. The system produces a voter-verifiable paper record – a “paper trail” – of each voter’s selections. During early voting and on election day, voters will be given a [...]

St. Mary’s Athlete Recognized in Annapolis

Delegate Deborah Rey introduced and expressed a huge congratulations to Donald C. Balcom of St. Mary’s County to the Maryland House of Delegates on Friday, March 11, 2016.   Donald was selected by the International Paralympic Committee to represent Team USA at the [...]

Alicia’s Law Tackles Child Exploitation

Less than two percent of child exploitation cases are being investigated due to lack of dedicated federal resources. Alicia Kozakiewicz is working to pass Alicia’s Law in all 50 states to ensure there is a steady stream of state-specific funding to the Internet [...]
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