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The Calvert County Times

County Times

Thursday, March 31, 2016



A Growing Craft
Building A
Better Beer

Thursday, March 31, 2016

F eaturing
Our Special
Spring Home
And Garden
Photo by Crista Dockray

The Calvert County Times

On The Cover

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Frankly I think we are making some of the best
beer in the state. Well absolutely put our beer up
against anyone.

All-Maryland Academic, Students to Cover Annapolis

Film Festival, SMHEC Engineering Labs
pg. 14

- Mike Scarborough, Co-Owner and Managing

Partner of Calvert Brewing Company

Local News

Crime 8
Letters 9
Obituaries 10
CSM Presents Classical Pianist
David Kane, April 3

Feature 11
pg. 9

Free InItIal ConsultatIon

Community 15

Providing Excellent Service For Over 20 Years

Seniors 16

Auto Accidents
Workers comp

Business 17

Domestic Violence
DWI/MVA Hearings
Power of Attorney
Name Change Adoption
Wills Guardianship

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Entertainment 19

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Entertainment Calendar


Community Calendar


Library Calendar


Games 22

Do You Feel Crabby When

You Get Your Insurance Bill
in the Mail? Give Us A Call.

An Independent
Agent Representing:
Dan Burris, Lisa Squires,
Paula Lillard, Jake Kuntz


Education 14

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Thursday, March 31, 2016

Counterterrorism Is
Serious Business
Fighting terrorism in the 21st century
will require sophisticated and multifaceted approaches. Compare the pandering
and simplistic solutions being offered
by the leading Republican candidates
for president to those of the current administration and the Democratic candidates. Even worse, pandering plays into
the hands of those promoting terrorism,
such as ISIS, by improving their ability
to recruit. (Mar 2016)

your name and current address.

Deadline for Voter Registration and

Change of Party Affiliation
For the Primary Election
Tuesday, April 5

Calvert County Womens Democratic

Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, April 20
12 noon, Adams, The Place for Ribs,
Prince Frederick, Rte 2-4, south.
Program: To be announced.

Applications must be in the hands of

the Board of Elections by 9 PM this day.
(21 days before the Election Day).
You can also register to vote while early voting is underway. To make the voting process quicker for you, we encourage you to register to vote by the close
of voter registration. If you cant register
by that date, you can still do so during
early voting. Go to the early voting center in the county, and bring a document
that proves where you live. This document can be your MVA-issued license,
ID card, or change of address card, or
your paycheck, bank statement, utility
bill, or other government document with

Primary Election
Early Voting: Thursday, April 14, to
Thursday, April 21
Election Day: Tuesday, April 26
Early Voting is at the Board of Elections on Duke Street in Prince Frederick. Voting on Election Day is at your
local precinct.

Calvert County Democratic Central

Regular Meeting
Thursday, April 21
6:30 PM, College of So. Md., Room 119.
Biennial Conference
Delayed until after the Primary Election

Local News

Friday evening: Opening reception

Saturday: Meetings all day; breakfast;
Campaign Schedules
Calvert County for Hillary
Phone banking every Wednesday, 8 - 9
PM, Dem HQ, Prince Frederick.
Calvert County for Bernie
County Coordinator: Greg Brown, gregbrown_va@yahoo.com, 410-474-1344,
Home Precinct: 2-8 Calvert Pines
-1st District Coordinator, TBA very soon
-2nd District Coordinator
Mary Hollinger, canoe2@comcast.net,
Home Precinct: 2-6 Huntingtown High
-3rd District Coordinators
Chris and Noel Burton, cyberhiker@
gmail.com, noel.tanis@gmail.com
240-793-9123, 240-793-9122
Home Precinct: 3-2 Beach Elementary
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Friday, April 8 6 p.m.

Nursery Stock Auction

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Grocery Auction

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Local News

2016 Presidential
Primary Election Voter
Registration Deadline Nears
Calvert County residents who are eligible to vote are reminded that the deadline
to register to vote, change party affiliation
or make an address or name change for the
2016 primary election is Tuesday, April 5,
by 9 p.m.
Calvert County residents with a Maryland drivers license or a Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle
Administration (MVA)-issued identification may access www.voterservices.elections.maryland.gov/OnlineVoterRegistration to complete changes online. Voters
and members of the military, their spouses
and dependents who are overseas and who
do not have a Maryland drivers license or
MVA-issued ID may register or change
their address or party affiliation online using different identifying information.
The 2016 Presidential Primary Election
is Tuesday, April 26. The dates for early
voting are Thursday, April 14 through
Thursday, April 21. Voter registration applications are available throughout Maryland at the following locations:
Local Board of Elections offices
MVA offices
State Department of Health offices
Local Department of Social Services
Offices on Aging
Division of Rehabilitation Services

Public institutions of higher education

Marriage license bureaus
Post offices
Public libraries
State Board of Elections office
You may call 410-535-2214 to request
an application by mail or download a voter
registration application at www.elections.
Paper voter registration applications
must be hand-delivered by 9 p.m. on April
5 to the Election Board office at 30 Duke
Street in Prince Frederick or mailed to the
Board of Elections at P.O. Box 798, Prince
Frederick, Md., 20678. Mailed applications must be postmarked by April 5. To
verify voter registration status, go to the
following webpage: www.voterservices.
Registration is permanent in Maryland
as long as you keep your information
For more information, contact the Calvert County Board of Elections at 410535-2214 or the state Board of Elections
at 1-800-222-VOTE (8683) or visit www.
Press Release

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Calvert County Emergency

Management Division to Test Alert
and Notification System Sirens

The Calvert County Department of Public

Safety, Emergency Management Division,
will conduct a full-cycle test of the alert and
notification sirens throughout Calvert, St.
Marys and Dorchester counties on Monday,
April 4, 2016, at noon.
The full-cycle test includes a three-minute
activation of all sirens within the 10-mile
area around Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power
Plant. All citizens are asked to remember the
scheduled testing and relay the information
to friends, family and neighbors.
The testing is conducted to check siren operation and increase public awareness of the
alert and notification siren system. If the sirens sound at any other time, residents should
tune to one of the local radio stations listed
below for information and instructions.

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Residents are also encouraged to stay

informed and prepared in the event of an
emergency by downloading the Prepare Me
Calvert app for iOS (Apple) and Android
devices for free through the Apple App Store
or the Google Play market. It puts critical,
real-time information at users fingertips in
the event of a regional emergency and helps
residents stay prepared.
Residents can also sign up for Calvert
County ALERT to receive timely information about various emergency and non-emergency situations in the county. Calvert County ALERT messages can be sent by a variety
of methods including cell phone, landline,
email, text messaging, fax, pager and more.
Sign up for Calvert County ALERT online
at www.co.cal.md.us and click on the Emergency Alerts button. Those without Internet
can contact the Calvert County Division of
Emergency Management at 410-535-1600,
ext. 2638, to sign up or for additional emergency preparedness information.
For information on Calvert County Government, visit www.co.cal.md.us or like us
on Facebook.

WCEM 1240 AM Cambridge

Press Release

Emergency Alert System stations include:

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Thursday, March 31, 2016

Board of Education
Candidate Forum

The Calvert County Times

The Calvert County Chamber of

Commerce and the Chambers Government Affairs Committee are hosting a
Board of Education Candidate Forum
for those individuals entered in the primary election for the office of Calvert
County Board of Education.
The forum will take place on April
18, at the Springhill Suites Hotel in
Prince Frederick, Maryland. There will
be a candidate meet and greet at 6:30
p.m. and the program will begin at 7
p.m. The forum is open to the public
and there is no charge to attend.
The candidates will answer questions

developed by the Calvert Chambers

Government Affairs Committee. This
is an important opportunity for interested citizens to learn about candidates
qualifications, their understanding of
the office, the issues facing the Calvert
Public school system and their vision
for the future of the school system.
Visit www.calvertchamber.org to
make your reservation or for more
information contact the Calvert
County Chamber of Commerce at

The St. Marys County Department

of Public Works & Transportation is
pleased to sponsor the Free Mulch program while supplies last.
St. Marys County residents are welcome to pick up mulch, free of charge, at
the St. Andrews Landfill. Mulch will be
available, beginning April 15, between
the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday
through Saturday. The St. Andrews
Landfill is closed on Sundays.
Customers are responsible for the
loading and transportation of the mulch.
Please bring a shovel, pitchfork or simi-

lar hand tool to load the mulch. Covering

the load with a tarp prior to transporting
is recommended in order to minimize
material from blowing off the vehicle.
If assistance is required, special
needs exist or additional information is
requested, please contact the Department of Public Works & Transportation
at 301-863-8400. Additional Recycling/
Solid Waste Program information is
available on the web at http://www.

Press Release

Free Mulch Program

to Resume April 15



Press Release

Local News

Calvert County Takes Steps

to Help Residents Lower
Flood Insurance Premiums
Residents of Calvert County who live in
the 100-year floodplains are reminded that
they may qualify for a 10 percent reduction
in their flood insurance premiums thanks
to mitigation efforts made by the Calvert
County Department of Community Planning & Building.
This news came after the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recognized Calvert County in August of 2015 for
exceeding floodplain management measures
encouraged by the National Flood Insurance
Program (NFIP.) The reduction in residents
floodplain insurance premiums applies to
new or renewed policies in effect on and after May 1, 2015.
FEMA oversees the NFIP, which administers a program called the Community Rating System (CRS). The CRS is a voluntary
incentive program that recognizes and encourages community floodplain management activities that exceed minimum NFIP
requirements. Calvert County is within an
elite group of 13 Maryland communities to
receive this recognition. With the continued
steps taken by the county to protect its citizens and increase its resiliency, it has entered
the CRS program as a Class 8 participant.
The Class 8 rating qualifies eligible NFIP
policy holders for an average of $138 in savings annually. In total, the upgrade in ratings



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accounts for a savings of more than $37,000

annually for Calvert County citizens.
Under the CRS, local officials are asked to
meet three goals: (1) reduce flood losses; (2)
facilitate accurate insurance rating; and (3)
promote the awareness of flood insurance.
Communities can earn a CRS rating by
submitting an application explaining the
projects they have in place or in development.
For each class that a community moves
up to, it provides its residents with an additional five percent reduction in their flood
insurance premiums up to the 45 percent reduction that a Class 1 community receives.
As a Class 8 community, Calvert County
enables its residents to receive a 10 percent reduction on eligible flood insurance
For information about flood insurance,
property owners should contact their insurance agent, visit floodsmart.gov or call the
NFIP's toll-free information line at 800427-4661. To learn if you live in a designated
floodplain, visit www.co.cal.md.us/floodmap. Learn more about the CRS by visiting
www.co.cal.md.us/CRS or floodsmart.gov/
f loodsmart/pages/crs/community_rating_
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Thursday, March 31, 2016

Start of Spring
Brings Threat of
Extreme Weather

Local News

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Calvert County Department

of Public Safety Urges
Residents to Be Prepared

With spring in full swing, the

region can experience extreme
weather that can include high
winds, heavy rains, lightning, hail
and the formation of tornadoes.
The Calvert County Department of
Public Safetys Division of Emergency Management encourages all
residents to be prepared.
This week is also Maryland Severe Storms Awareness Week and
Calvert County is teaming with the
Maryland Emergency Management
Agency (MEMA) and the National
Weather Service to promote citizen
awareness and preparedness. Residents can be weather prepared by
ensuring they understand weather
conditions, have a plan and practice
safety tips.
Often associated with severe
thunderstorms, tornadoes can produce wind speeds greater than 250
miles per hour, can be one mile
wide and can stay on the ground
for up to 50 miles. They are most
likely to occur between 3 p.m. and
9 p.m. but can occur at any time of
the day. Residents are urged to follow these tips on preparing for severe weather and taking action if a
tornado develops.
Before the Storm
Develop a plan for you and your
family for home, work, school,
when outdoors and especially when
Purchase a National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration
(NOAA) weather radio with battery backup to receive weather
Listen to radio and television for
If taking a trip outdoors, listen
to the latest forecasts and plan accordingly if threatening weather is
Be familiar with the various types
of watches and warnings issued for
severe weather.
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your area.



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-Tornado watch: Conditions are favorable for a tornado to form.

-Tornado warning: A tornado has
been sighted or indicated by weather radar.
If a Tornado Warning is Issued
Take shelter immediately. If an
underground shelter is not available, move to an interior room or
hallway on the lowest floor and get
under a sturdy piece of furniture.
Stay away from windows.
Abandon mobile homes; they offer
little protection, even if tied down.



Get out of automobiles. Do not

try to outrun a tornado in your car;
instead, leave it immediately and
lay in a ditch or depression or seek
sturdy shelter.
If you are caught outside with no
shelter, lie flat in a nearby ditch
or depression and cover your head
with your hands. Do not get under
an overpass or bridge.

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After the tornado passes, stay

away from storm-damaged areas.
Listen to the radio for information
and instructions.
This time of year is a good time
to sign up for Calvert ALERT, a notification system that can send messages by text, email, fax, land line
and pager. Visit the county website
at www.co.cal.md.us and follow the
Emergency Alerts link to register
for the notification service. Those
without Internet access can call
the Calvert County Department of
Public Safety, Division of Emergency Management at 410-5351600, ext. 2638, to sign up.
Residents are also encouraged to
to download the Prepare Me Calvert app for iOS (Apple) and Android devices for free through the
Apple App Store or the Google Play
market. It puts critical, real-time
information at users fingertips in
the event of a regional emergency.
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Saturday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
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(other pickups available in route)
Return: Approx. TBD P.M.

Little Explorers
Re-Launch On April 6

Program Focuses On Young Visitors

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Thursday, March 31, 2016


Kentucky Oaks and Derby (May 6 - 7)

Tickets include Food, Beverage, & Alcohol.
Seats have backs & seating is covered.

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Little Explorers discover the world

through storytelling, crafts, songs, and outdoor exploration. Preschoolers, ages 3-5,
and an accompanying parent are invited
to gather at Historic St. Marys City for an
hour of adventure, fun, and learning twice
monthly on Wednesdays in the spring and
fall. Each Little Explorers gathering features a different theme. The first meeting
of the season, on April 6 is titled Were
Going on a Bear Hunt. Meet us at the Visitor Center as we explore the world around
us and see if we can find a bear!
The program runs from 10 a.m. until 11
a.m. Admission is $4 per child for nonmembers ($3 for Friends) and accompanying adults visit free. The fee includes
full-day admission to the museum. Bring a
picnic and spend the day! For more information, contact Sharol at 240-895-4980 or
Historic St. Marys City is a museum
of living history and archaeology on the
site of Marylands first capital in beautiful, tidewater Southern Maryland. For
more information about this program or
the museum, contact the Visitor Center at
240-895-4990, 800-SMC-1634, orinfo@
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Thursday, March 31, 2016

Local News

CSM Presents Classical Pianist

David Kane, April 3
The College of Southern Maryland
continues the 2015-16 Ward Virts Concert Series with a performance by classical pianist David Kane beginning at 3
p.m., April 3. Kanes performance is the
fifth of six in the series, all of which are
held at the Prince Frederick Campus, 115
J.W. Williams Road, Prince Frederick in
the Multipurpose Room of Building B.
Born in 1955 in Glasgow, Scotland,
Kane began playing piano and composing music at 8 years old. Kane has performed with notable jazz artists such as
Woody Shaw, Dizzy Gillespie, Steve
Kujala and Dave Liebman. He has also
performed with classical orchestras and
musicians such as the Baltimore Sym-

phony Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra, the Twentieth Century

Consort, the Kennedy Center Orchestra,
Joshua Bell, Charlotte Church and Kathleen Battle.
Kane is well-versed in the art of composition, having composed over 250
scores for the National Symphony Orchestra Education Office, the Kennedy
Center, the Strathmore Center for the
Arts, National Geographic Television and
PBS. His movie scores include Buffalo
Bushido, Crazy Like a Fox and Tiny
Magic. For television, he composed the
themes for Nature, Taboo and Stories from the Vault.
The Ward Virts Concert Series is pre-

sented and sponsored by the CSM Foundation and is also sponsored by Dr. and
Mrs. Henry Virts, Edward and Patricia
Mehosky, Exelon Corporation, Nancy
Powell Hempstead in memory of Roger
Powell, and Stovy and Anne Brown.
Grants are provided by the Arts Council
of Calvert County and Maryland State
Arts Council.
Admission is free and seating is open
but limited. For information, contact 443550-6011, rfleming@csmd.edu or www.
csmd.edu/Arts. The final performance
schedule for the 2015-16 Ward Virts Series is the Octtava Duo (piano), May 1.
Press Release from CSM

David Kane will continue the 2015-16 Ward Virts

Concert Series with a performance beginning at 3 p.m.,
April 3, College of Southern Maryland, Prince Frederick
Campus, Building B, Multipurpose Room, 115 J.W.
Williams Road, Prince Frederick.

Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford Celebrates 382nd

Maryland Day with Pride of Baltimore II
Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford today joined
officials from the Hogan administration and
the Pride of Baltimore II at City Dock in Annapolis to officially proclaim March 25, 2016
to be the 382nd Maryland Day, recognizing
the landing of the first European settlers in
It is an honor to present the official Proc-

lamation marking the 382nd Maryland Day

today, said Lt. Governor Rutherford. I can
think of no better way to celebrate our states
rich history than to join with the Pride of Baltimore II, which for four decades has represented the people of Maryland in ports throughout
the world.
During the program, Pride of Baltimore II

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MSP Barrack U

Possession of K2 Spice and Resisting

On March 21 at 6:27 p.m., Trooper First
Class Barlow responded to the 7-Eleven in
Sunderland to check the welfare of a person slumped over in a vehicle. Rory M.
Lohman, 41 of Huntingtown, was located
and appeared to be intoxicated. Lohman
refused to exit the vehicle. CDS Paraphernalia was observed in plain view and K2
spice was located in the vehicle. Lohman
was arrested and charged with resisting arrest, possession of CDS and paraphernalia.
He was incarcerated at the Calvert County
Detention Center.
Impersonating an Officer / Fraud:
On March 21 at 7:32 p.m., Trooper First
Class Lewis responded to the 3000 block
of Lawrin Ct. in Chesapeake Beach, in
regard to a fraudulent report provided to
the homeowners insurance company. Michelle J. Murphy, 44 of Chesapeake Beach,
was arrested for filing a fraudulent lost
property report to her insurance company
for property she claimed was missing from
her vehicle. On the fraudulent form, Ms.
Murphy had signed the section representing a police officer. She was incarcerated
at the Calvert County Detention Center.
Destruction of Property:
On March 22 at 8:15 p.m., Trooper First
Class Lewis responded to the WaWa in

Prince Frederick for a reported disturbance. The manager explained that two
customers had begun to argue and one had
damaged an electronic ordering screen.
Shannon R. Wallace, 28 of Lusby, was arrested for destruction of property. She was
incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.
Possession of Cocaine:
On March 24 at 8:53 p.m., Corporal
Newman was conducting a patrol check at
the Fastop in St. Leonard, and was asked
by the manager to remove two patrons
from the store. A female patron was released without incident and instructed to
not return to the store. David L. Gray, 32
of Lusby, was found to be in possession of
cocaine and drug paraphernalia. He was
arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert
County Detention Center.
Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle:
On March 25 at 3:27 p.m., Trooper First
Class Rowe handled a complaint regarding an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The victim reported David F. Schultz,
37 of Washington, D.C. did not return his
2008 Lexus to his residence in Solomons
as requested. On March 26, the vehicle
was returned to the victim. A criminal
summons has been issued for Schultz
charging him with unauthorized use of a
motor vehicle. Case remains open.

Thursday, March 31, 2016

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Commissioners Corner

Proposed Budget
I tend to write much about
budgets, but with all honesty
and humility, Im no financial genius; and never claim
to be one. The reason I dwell
so much upon the budget is its
significance in my role as a Calvert County Commissioner. My
earlier years as a commissioner
gave me concern as so little detail about the budget was actually addressed by the Board of
County Commissioners; each
were left up to exploring details
individually. This also led to less
transparency for our citizens.
For this past year, things were
different. Our staff identified
their nearly 500 Services and
Functions as well as the associated costs. Those details were
presented to our board on camera so that our citizens could
be more informed about what
they were getting for their tax
dollars. Many work sessions
were conducted by each department. Those department directors then made a recommended
set of relative priorities for the
county administrator to review.
She then made an overall recommended listing to the commissioners. Each commissioner
provided their priority views for
consolidation into one overall
set of relative priorities.
The above process was separate, though related to the ongoing budget build for Fiscal
Year-17 (which begins implementation this July 1.) Recently,
the staff submitted to the commissioners their recommended
overall budget for this coming
year. We are now in the phase
of reconciling that recommendation with our consolidated
prioritization for producing the
Commissioners Budget for
presentation to the public in
The General Fund recommended budget for FY-17 totals
$246,951,108 and reflects an increase of 3.4%, or $8.1 million,
compared to the FY-16 General
Fund budget of $238.8 million.

Staff recommends increasing by $2.7 million the Calvert

Countys Highway Maintenance Division to fund the road
paving program. Our roads have
been stressed for years since the
state reduced funding from $6
million to $500 thousand per
year. Those gasoline taxes our
citizens pay that were intended
to help with local roads were
diverted by the state for other
spending. The current Governor is trying to restore funding to where it was originally
Over the years, weve held
spending to a minimum and
kept the staff from receiving
pay raises due to the poor state
of the U.S. economy. While
that economy has not yet really
improved, there is merit to consider a step increase (i.e., salary
increase) for County employees,
with a $1.3 million estimated
We all know that things do
get more expensive even when
our incomes do not increase.
For the county, pension and insurance expenses are expected
to increase by almost $2 million.
Some of this increase is due to
a low budget estimate in FY-16.
As part of managing through
the horrible economy, many
resources were held for use
beyond the normal anticipated
replacement cycle. However,
vehicles and other equipment
eventually need replacing. Capital Outlay increased over the
FY-16 budget by approximately
$1.6 million to address necessary replacement of vehicles
and depreciable equipment (e.g.,
highway trucks).
Over the upcoming weeks,
we will see how we navigate the
budget build and look forward
to reporting the results. Citizen
input remains important.
Evan K. Slaughenhoupt, Jr.
President, Board of County
Commissioners (Republican)




Thank You To Our

Elected Officials

The Calvert Collaborative for Children and

Youth (3CY) want to publicly thank our elected
officials for honoring our founder Marie Andrews with resolutions acknowledging her decades of volunteering in Calvert.
Thank you Calvert County Board of Commissioners; Mike Hart, Pat Nutter, Steve Weems,
Thomas Hejl and Evan Slaughenhoupt, Jr. for
recognizing Marie and her efforts to better our
community. The Maryland State Senate and
Senate Leader Thomas V. Mike Miller also
signed a resolution for Maries commitment to
serving her community. And, thank you to the
Maryland House of Delegates and Speaker Michael E. Busch, Chief Clerk Sylvia C. Siegert,

and our local delegates; Mark Fisher, Tony

ODonnell and Michael A. Jackson for their

resolution of acknowledgement and best wishes

to Marie.
The 3CY also appreciate all the community
members, many whom also volunteer in the
county, for attending Maries celebratory reception at Solomons-Asbury Retirement Community. We all enjoyed those who shared their stories
about Marie and her unrelenting efforts to make
Calvert its best. Marie has truly given her best
to her community. And, at 92, Marie says she is
retiring from her arduous schedule, but as many
said at the reception, we will continue to hear
her voice to advocate for the betterment of our
In appreciation,
Guffrie Smith, President of
The Calvert Collaborative for Children and


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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
news@countytimes.net after noon on Mondays may run in the following weeks edition.

Robert Edward Watson

Robert Edward Watson,
78, of Lusby, MD passed
peacefully on March 23,
2016 in his home.
Robert was born on
January 4, 1938 in Washington, DC to William
Watson and Helene (Hedrick) Watson.
Robert is survived by his loving wife,
Eva DeAtley Watson; 7 children; 15
grandchildren; and 4 great grandchildren. Robert was a devoted member of
Olivet United Methodist Church.
Family will receive friends on Saturday, March 26, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. at Olivet United Methodist
Church, 13575 Olivet Road, Lusby, MD
20657 where a Funeral Service will follow at 11:00 a.m. Interment will follow
in the church cemetery.
Memorials may be made in Roberts name to Olivet United Methodist
Church, 13575 Olivet Road, Lusby, MD
Condolences to the family may be
made at www.rauschfuneralhomes.com.

Glen Darmofalski
Glen Darmofalski, 56,
of Huntingtown, MD
passed away March 19 at
the University of Maryland Medical Center in
Baltimore, MD. Glen was
born September 25, 1959
to Constantine and Lotte
(Brunnig) Darmofalski at the US Air
Force Base Hospital in Cambridgeshire,
England. Glen was raised in Forestville,
MD and graduated from Suitland High
School in 1977. He married Kimberly
L. Ford on June 14, 1986 and they lived
in Lothian until moving to Huntingtown
in late 1999. He was employed as a steel
fabrication foreman with S.A. Halac Iron,
Inc. of Sterling, VA for many years. In his
leisure time Glen enjoyed fishing, watching football, cars, yardwork, listening to
his old rock and roll albums, and spending
time with family.Glen was preceded in
death by his parents, and is survived by his
wife Kimberly Lynn Kim Darmofalski,
sons Glen, Jr. and Joseph C. Darmofalski
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Asia McKinley Broome

Asia McKinley Broome,
82, better known as Acey
or Tater, was granted his
angel wings on March 8,
2016 at 8:10pm at University of Maryland Hospital in
Baltimore, MD, surrounded by family. Even during
his illness, Asia demonstrated a positive
attitude and strong faith in God.Asia
was born on February 11, 1934 in Dowell, MD to the late Leonard and Martha
Broome. He received his education in the
Calvert County Public School system.He
met and fell in love with his wife Dorothy Althea Gross; they were married on
March 22, 1958. They celebrated 47 years
together until she was called home to be
with her Father to watch over her family
from heaven.As a man of many abilities
and strengths, he served in the U.S. Navy
for 4 years and then worked at the Naval
Yard in Washington, D.C. until his retirement in 1993. He was a man who worked
many jobs and always staying busy. He had
a special place in his heart for Benny Porter,
whom he worked for the last 15 years.Asia
was a loving and caring man to whomever
he came in contact with. You could always
catch him at 7-eleven in the morning for
his coffee and donuts or in the evenings
on Solomons Island by the water. He enjoyed fishing, playing cards, playing the
lottery, watching Family Feud, and definitely cant forget about wrestling.Asia
was preceded in death by his five sisters,
Francis, Elsie, Edna, Delores, and Annie;
two brothers, Calvin (Tic), and Alexander
(Sonny).He leaves to cherish his precious
memory his six sons, Jerome (Shelley),
Thomas (Leslie), Asia Mark, Leonard,
Ralph (Rose), Scott (Janice); one daughter; and 18 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; and a special friend Emily Gantt
and the Gantt family.He also leaves two
God-children: Zelda Gantt and Samantha
Taylor; and a special niece Corledia (Sissy) Broome; and a host of other relatives
and friends.

Gladys Melvilee Jones

Gladys Melvilee Jones,
affectionately known to
all as Melvilee, was born
on October 21, 1939 to the
late Clarence Lincoln Hall
and Mildred Rawlings Hall
in Paris, MD. She departed
this life on Sunday, March
6, 2016, at her residence, surrounded by
her loving husband and children. Melvilee attended the public schools of Calvert County, MD. Upon completion of
school, on July 6, 1957, she married the
love of her life, Joseph Edward Jones, Sr.
From this union, eleven children were
born. Melvilee cared for and cherished the
ground her children and grandchildren

walked on. She spoke with each of them

daily. There was absolutely nothing she
would not do for any of them. In fact, a
number of her childrens friends became
her children. They respected and loved
her as their mother away from home. Melvilee was also a woman that would help
anyone she could. As a housewife for the
majority of her adult life, she was able
to help some of her friends with running
errands, attending their doctors appointments and visiting stores. She would always lend a helping hand. And just to let
you in on a secret, Melvilee loved money.
Her children could always get a piece of
money if they needed it. But, her husband didnt have much luck, at all.Melvilee was a good cook and always cooked
from scratch for her family. You could
always count on her making her award
winning potato salad and salmon cakes.
Her girls could always call her up to get
a recipe and suggestions how to prepare
certain dishes. She also enjoyed holiday
celebrations and weekend family gatherings. Melvilee really enjoyed quality time
with her family. Melvilee was a longtime member of St. Edmonds United
Methodist Church. There, she served as
an at-large member of the Church Council.
She enjoyed good singing, preaching and
Wednesday night bible studies, when her
health permitted. You could also count on
seeing Sis. Melvilee stepping through
the doors, generally 30 minutes before
start of service, sporting a fancy hat and
a smile. She had such a quiet, sweet spirit,
and truly enjoyed praising God. She may
have been a woman of few words, but she
had enormous faith. Sis. Melvilee reaffirmed her faith and was baptized at the
North Beach pier on July 17, 2011, alongside her husband. Although faced with a
number of health ailments, Melvilee was
a woman that never complained. Until the
day she took her last breath, she reminded
us all that she knew the Lord was in control. Regardless of what she was going
through, if you inquired as to how she felt,
her response was always, Pretty good,
thanks to the Lord. Her faith never wavered. There was no battle she would not
fight. There was no giving up, nor giving
in. With her husband and family beside
her, Melvilees battle was won! Melvilee leaves to cherish her fond memories: Husband: Joseph Jones, Sr.; children:
Andrea Crump (Bernard), Diane, Joseph
Jr., Dwayne, Cheryl, Tony (Sherlyn), Sterling, Sharvon, Rochelle, LaShawn, and
Donte; grandchildren: Stevie Stepney,
Barry Moore, Destiny Jones, Orlando
Jones, Rhodesia Jones, Michael Waters,
Marcus Sims, Janae Barnes, DeVonte
Weems, Devin Gantt, Sterling, Jr., Trevon
Howard, Tyrell Howard, LaShonda Gantt,
great grandchildren: Amya Jones, Aliyah
Waters, Amiyah Waters, Orlando, Jr.,
Stevie Joyner, Demari, Justice and Liam
Stepney, sisters: Thelma Hall, Ella Mackall and the late Deborah Hall, brothers:
Clarence Hall, Jr. (Lorraine) and Jackie
Berry (Lisa); aunts: Dorothy Jones, Beatrice Holland and Laura Kyler; uncle: Otis
Holland; special sisters in law: Toreno
Wortham and Audrey Jones; long-time
best friends: Theresa Booth and Thelma
Howard and a host of nieces, nephews,
other relatives and friends.

Thursday, March 31, 2016

The Calvert County Times

Building A Better Beer



Marylands First Designated Farm Brewery

By Crista Dockray
Staff Writer

He said the beer they were producing out of

his system was really phenomenal.
I realized that you can make beer that is
Calvert Brewing Company is Marylands competitive with anything thats made in the
first designated farm brewery. Also, based on marketplace, and so that was the genesis of
their square footage, they are the largest mi- Calvert Brewing, said Scarborough.
crobrewery to open up in the country in five
Calvert Brewing Company received their
license to make and serve beer in September
The origins of these accomplishments stem 2014. Around that time, Scarborough had
from a winery.
planted some hops on his winery property,
Managing partner and co-owner of Calvert which they started using in the brewing proBrewing Company, Mike Scarborough and cess. This qualified them as a farm brewery,
his wife Barbara Scarborough planted their the first of its kind in the state.
first grape vines in 2002 to make wine for
For two and a half years, Calvert Brewtheir personal consumption. They ended up ing Company brewed out of their property in
going past the legal limits of production, so Prince Frederick and they even opened up a
they turned it into a commercial operation in beer garden there before their 28,000 square
2007 named Running Hare Winery.
foot production facility and public tap room
After a few years at the winery, Scarbor- opened in January 2016.
ough came to a realization.
According to Scarborough, Calvert BrewIt became apparent, at least to me, that ing Company always had the production facilbeer was becoming the new wine, said ity in mind, but it took two and a half years to
raise the money, go through the permit proA lot of what young people are doing is cess and finish construction.
that theyre drinking beer and they are drinkThe money was raised due to the fact that
ing really good beer and they know their beers the ownership of the company went from one
pretty well. It became obvious that there is a to nine.
pretty significant market out there, he said.
Besides Scarborough, Calvert Brewing
So for one of his birthdays, Scarborough Company has eight other owners. Ken Gerdecided to buy himself a one barrel brewing hart and Kevin Owen were Scarboroughs
system. Although he did not know how to first partners and later came Kevin Kerwin,
brew beer, he had some friends that did.
Steve Huter, John Burroughs, Jeff Gerhart,
Bud Williams, and SSW Enterprise.
Ive owned and run a few businesses
and Ive never seen this much talent around
a table before, said Scarborough.
The production facility, which has six
60-barrel and four 120-barrel fermentation
vessels, produces their four base beers, their
IPA, Pale Ale, Wye Rye, and Cream Ale. It
also produces their seasonal and experimental brews.
We ask the brewer to dream up some
things that he wants to try. We make them
on my old one barrel system and well
put it on tap, Scarborough said. After, they
will see if customers enjoy their creations.
Scarborough said that he believes that
this is the best way to do market research.
We can think that we know everything
all day long, but the truth is, until somebody
that is sitting over on the other side of that
bar says I want a second one of those or
I want a third one of those do we get any
From Left to Right: Matt Ducey-Head Brewer, Mike
sense of what really has legs, he said.
Scarborough- Co-Owner and Managing Partner, Nick
To make the beer, Calvert Brewing ComFinney- Assistant Brewer, Jacob Cusic- Brew Hand.

pany has the IDD Mash Filtration System, Two of the 60-barrel fermentation vessels.
which is one of only nine in the world. Scarborough said that this is easily the most efFrankly, I think we are making some of
ficient system that exists.
the best beer in the state, said Scarborough.
He said they can brew beer with less than Well absolutely put our beer up against
half the water, less than 60 percent of the en- anyone.
ergy needed, and with a 20 percent reduction
Besides brewing and distributing its own
in the amount of grain needed to brew.
beer, Calvert Brewing Company offers a conAlso, because of the mash filter, they have tract-brewing program.
the ability to brew every two hours rather than
Scarborough explained that craft brewing is
the industry average, which is every five to exploding on the east coast. Although it is very
popular, many microbreweries are started
Once the beer is brewed, they add another by people who were home brewers and dont
interesting twist. Calvert Brewing Company have the ability to expand as much as they
will take used, wet wine barrels from Run- need. If that happens, these microbreweries
ning Hare Winery and age some of their beers have somebody else make their beer or make
with it.
the excess beer their system cant handle.
We have the unique ability to take the skill
Currently Calvert Brewing Company brews
sets that we know from the winemaking side, the beers of Smoketown Brewing Station and
including the use of wine barrels, and to mar- Greenspring Brewing Company. They plan to
ry that together with the great brewing ability get more companies on board in the future.
our brewer has, said Scarborough.
According to Scarborough, if they used the
Scarborough said they are currently experi- amount of space their production facility has
menting with woods, and other beers in other to offer, they could probably produce upwards
of 100,000 barrels.
When all is said and done, the beer is put in
We have built the brewery with the sole
its newly designed packaging. Calvert Brew- intent of this thing growing dramaticallywe
ing Company used to bottle its beers, but have not cut any corners on any of the things
recently made the decision to switch to cans that we are doingjust watch us grow and
because there is no light degradation, the cans drink our beer, said Scarborough.
are lighter, recyclable, and it fits their mission
Calvert Brewing Companys farm brewstatement to be green.
ery and beer garden is located at 150 Adelina
The beer is then distributed in Washington, Road in Prince Frederick. They will be openD.C. and in every single county in Maryland, ing up again for the season this weekend on
besides Garrett County. According to Scar- Saturday, April 2. They will be open from
borough, they are looking to get into northern noon to 6 p.m. and will have live music from
Virginia by the end of this year and then from 1 to 5 p.m. On April 23, they will have their
there, expand to Richmond and its surround- Spring Festival. Calvert Brewing Companys
ing counties. They already have a wholesaler production facility and public tap room is
picked out for when this comes to fruition, located at 15850 Commerce Court in Upper
Scarborough said.
Marlboro. Tours of the facility are available.
At some point Scarborough said they want For more information on both of these locato look to Delaware, eastern Pennsylvania, tions, visit www.calvertbrewingcompany.com
and southern New Jersey, then sit on that mar- or call 240-245-4609.
ket and become the eastern seaboard standard
of good beer.

Frankly, I think we are making some of the best beer in the state. Well absolutely put our beer up against anyone.

Brew Hand Jacob Cusic working hard on one of the

steps of the brewing process.

Mike Scarboroughs first one barrel brewing system.

Calvert Brewing Companys public tap room.

Photos by Crista Dockray



The Calvert County Times

Thursday, March 31, 2016

All-Maryland Academic, Students to Cover

Annapolis Film Festival, SMHEC Engineering Labs
CSM Students Make All-Maryland Community College Academic Team
Four College of Southern Maryland students will be recognized for their exemplary
academic achievement in earning second
team honors for All-Maryland Community
College Academic. Mallory Haselberger
of Waldorf, Stephanie Hayes of Marbury,
Joseph Turner of Chaptico and Robert Wilson of Hollywood were nominated by CSM
President Dr. Brad Gottfried and Phi Theta
Kappa (PTK) advisors to the All-USA
Academic Teams and recognized by the
Maryland Council of Community College
Presidents and the Maryland Association of
Community Colleges.
The students have been invited to attend
the recognition ceremony at the Turf Valley
Country Club in Ellicott City on May 4 and
they will be recognized at the CSM Honors
Convocation reception May 18 at the La Plata Campus. For information on CSM, visit
CSM Students Granted Professional Media Credentials to Cover Film Festival
College of Southern Maryland students in
Christopher Marks news production course
will be granted professional media credentials to cover the 2016 Annapolis Film Festival which gets underway March 31. The
four-day event will showcase more than 70
films and feature film makers, directors and
industry guests.

This is the first time in the events history

that college students will attend the event as
media to view films and interview directors
and panelists for a news show as part of their
Participating students include Alex Albrittain of Faulkner, Meghan Bennett of
La Plata, Maleik Lewis of Upper Marlboro,
Michael Moses of Waldorf, Amber Simpson
of Waldorf, Charles Thompson of Bryans
Road and Cuyler Williams of Waldorf.
For information on CSMs Digital Media
Production associate degree program, visit
College of Southern Maryland engineering majors toured the classroom and lab
facilities at the Southern Maryland Higher
Education Center in California to get a
first-hand look at where they could spend
their junior and senior years as University
of Maryland students. Among those attending were Eddie Bowie of Hughesville, center, and Christopher Simmons of Marbury,
left, who received instruction on the flight
simulator from Naval Air Warfare Center
Aircraft Division Program Analyst Kenneth
Through a partnership with the A. James
Clark School of Engineering at UMD, the
Navy and SMHEC, CSM students can earn

CSM Students Soaring After Tour of SMHEC Engineering Labs

scholarships, summer internships and employment with the Navy after earning their
bachelors degrees.
During the tour, current CSM students
were able to see former CSM students hard
at work, and former students gave advice on
studying hard when they get accepted in the
program, said CSM Pre-engineering Program Coordinator Shadei Jones. It was re-

freshing to witness the students excitement

in connecting what they were learning in the
classroom to practical applications.
For information on engineering partnership program, visit http://stem.csmd.edu/
Press Release from CSM

2016 Leading Edge Awards to Honor Top Businesses

for Their Positive Impacts within Region
CEO Nominations Due April 1; Sponsorships Available
Southern Marylands leading businesses and executives will be honored at
the 16th Annual Leading Edge Awards
ceremony, beginning at 6 p.m., June 8
at the Greater Waldorf Jaycees Community Center. The annual event celebrates
forward-thinking individuals and businesses that spur economic growth with
efforts and decisions that make real

Awards will be presented for CEO of
the Year, Charles County Technology
Company of the Year, Calvert County
Business of the Year, Small Business of
the Year, Southern Maryland Minority
Chamber of Commerce Business of the
Year and CSM Partnership in Education.
Located in one of the fastest-grow-

ing regions in Maryland, the Southern

Maryland business community and its
CEOs face a unique set of financial,
technological and workforce challenges,
and the LEA provides the opportunity to
celebrate corporate success and to recognize those individuals responsible for
encouraging economic growth and vigor
in the region.
Nominations for CEOs that deserve
recognition for their contribution to the
economic vitality of Southern Maryland--CEOs who inspire their organizations,
exude success and make a difference in
our community---may be submitted to
the Corporate Center at the College of
Southern Maryland through April 1.
The 2015 CEO was Don Smolinski,
president and CEO of All American
Harley-Davidson. Other CEOs who
have been recognized previously include
Austin J. Joe Slater Jr., Kevin Poole,
William F. Childs IV, Eric W. Frank-

lin, Brianna Bowling, Christine Wray,

Kimberly Oliver, Gore Bolton, Wayne
Swann, Luther Grainger, Christine Stefanides, Greg Billups, Joe Yearta and
Lloyd Harrison III.
To qualify, nominees must be with a
business located within Charles, Calvert
or St. Marys counties, be in a position
of leadership in a Southern Maryland
business (private sector,) and be available to attend the ceremony, June 8, at
the Greater Waldorf Jaycees Community Center.
Sponsorship levels are available in
Platinum, Gold and Silver and include
table for eight for awards dinner and
reception. Additional seats are available for $75. For information about
sponsorship opportunities or to attend
visit www.csmd.edu/LEA or call 301934-7837 or email blahman@csmd.edu.
Press Release from CSM

Representing businesses who earned 2015 Leading Edge Awards were, from left,
Connie Fuksa, president and CEO of Blink Systems LLC, as Charles County Technology
Company of the Year; Don Smolinski, president and CEO of All American HarleyDavidson, as CEO of the Year; Josie Cazares, president/operations of the Aeolus
Business Group for Aeolus Energy Systems, Inc., as Small Business of the Year;
and Mike Morgan, chief technologist for Booz Allen Hamilton, as CSM Partnership
in Education. The 2016 Leading Edge Award winners will be honored June 8. For
information visit www.csmd.edu//LEA.

Thursday, March 31, 2016


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Get Ready to Splash for Scholarships May 7

CSM Foundation to Host Poolside Celebration

The College of Southern Maryland Foundation is hosting a poolside celebration May 7 at

Leonardtown Campus Wellness and Aquatics
Center to raise funds for student scholarships.
The Second Annual Splash for Scholarships event will include music and dancing,
seashore-inspired cuisine, poolside games and
a silent auction.
All proceeds will benefit CSM student
scholarships through the CSM Foundation.
Sponsorships levels range from $7,500 to
$500, and based on the level include named
scholarship opportunities, VIP parking and

event tickets. Individual tickets are $50 per

We are so excited to host this event for a
second year. The communitys response was
inspiring allowing us to raise over $70,000 for
scholarships last year, said Foundation Director Nancy Hempstead. It truly was a Splash
for Scholarships event and we look forward to
working with our community partners again
this year to support CSM students through
scholarships for both credit and career training
The CSM Foundation, established in 1970,

is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization that

promotes academic excellence, growth, progress and the general welfare of the College of
Southern Maryland by raising and managing
funds, and providing support to strengthen
and develop the college and its objectives.
For information on the event and sponsorships, visit http://Foundation.csmd.edu/Splash
or contact CSM Development Coordinator
Erika Abell at eabell1@csmd.edu or 301-9347647. For photos from last years event, visit

College of Southern Maryland Technical Studies professors Joe Burgin, James

Graves, Wendy Hume Hayes and John
Wilson are helping to guide their students
as they explore careers in cybersecurity through participation in the National
Security Agencys NSA Day of Cyber
throughout the month of March.
With the growing sophistication of hackers, the need for trained cybersecurity professionals is critical to reduce vulnerabilities to Americas networks for commerce,
communication and security, according to
the National CyberWatch Center, a consortium of higher education institutions,
businesses and government agencies.
Burgin began teaching computer science at CSM in 1999, the same year that
software security vendors released the
first anti-hacking products for personal
Cybersecurity is among the topics and
content Burgin teaches in courses including: Information Age: Emerging Technologies; Program Design and Development; Introduction to Linux; Windows
Programming; Windows Programming
for the Web; Web Programming; Algorithms and Data Structures; and Capstone
Burgin believes that the greatest challenge students in the near future will face
are security and privacy issues.
As citizens and those studying in technical fields, we need to transition from the
idea that security is a feature added onto
our systems as an afterthought to the requirement that security is a continuous
process that is designed, baked into, our
systems from the start. Ensuring privacy
and liberty depends on awareness of the
technical as well as ethical issues involved
in implementing secure systems, said
Burgin encouraged his students to participate in the NSA Day of Cyber, saying
[Through this experience] they have been
exposed to cutting edge ideas and issues
at the heart of our digital economy and
[Through the NSA Day of Cyber] I
did get a better idea of the scope of the IT
fields NSA is interested in hiring, said
Ryan Kramer of Waldorf, one of Burgins
students who is primarily interested in
network/networking security and vulnerability assessment.
Graves began at CSM as an adjunct

professor and has been teaching full time

since 2013. He teaches Ethical Hacking,
Digital Forensics and Networking I and II.
Cyber threats continuously evolve and
shape the direction we must embark upon
to ensure the three pillars of Information
Security, confidentiality, integrity and
availability (C.I.A.), remain intact within
our networks of tomorrow, said Graves.
The NSA Day of Cyber provides great
insight into our society and how technology is intertwined in our everyday lives.
The individual activities allow students
to see the ways cybersecurity plays a
primary role in protecting technology
Hayes, the colleges cybersecurity program coordinator, came to CSM in 2002
and has taught Computer Security which
prepares students for the CompTIA Security+ exam, Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing, Network and Infrastructure
Defense and Information Systems Security Capstone.
I made the NSA Day of Cyber activities available to my students because there
is a big misconception about what a cybersecurity professional does, said Hayes.
The interactive application focused on
seven cyber professionals within NSA regarding what skills they needed to do their
jobs and what an average day entailed.
Along with these professional biographies,
the NSA site provided critical thinking
games with real-world scenarios. I found
the critical thinking challenges to be a fun
way to reinforce the need for problemsolving skills.
NSA Day of Cyber is a great experience for my students because it provides
them with an insight into different cybersecurity professions and what it takes to
get there, Hayes said, who added that the
NSA has now opened its educational co-op
to community college students.
Wilson came to CSM in 2000 and teaches Cyber Ethics.
NSA is part of the national intelligence community and I wanted to expose students to the varied work they do,
said Wilson. Some students might not
think of working in the intelligence field
but there are many jobs in this area. The
work is challenging and those who work
in this field can see the results of their
work, so there is great job satisfaction.
The activities in the Day of Cyber allow
students to learn how they might use skills

they are learning as they work on their degree.

Students who participated learned about
seven career fields, from cyber threat center director to network operator to vulnerability analyst. Each had a corresponding
video explaining the typical day of the role
and what they like about their job.
Students were able to try their hand at
some cyber challenges decoding messages, said Wilson.
I now have a much better understanding of the types of jobs available in cybersecurity. More importantly, I have a better
idea of some of the actual duties that are


Partnering with the

CSM Foundation to
plan the 2016 Splash
for Scholarships
at the Leonardtown
Campus are
Foundation Directors,
from left, Jean
McDougall, Nancy
Hempstead and Ran
Franklin. This years
event will be May 7.

Press Release from CSM

CSM Professors Guide Students As They Research

Careers, Explore NSA Day of Cyber
performed on the job, said Amelia Sims
of Waldorf, a student in Wilsons class.
Several of the career paths appealed to
me. If I had to choose one, it would be the
crypto analyst. Decoding secret messages
seems very interestingI would really enjoy that type of work.
For information on the NSA Day of Cyber program, visit http://nsadayofcyber.
com/. To learn about CSMs cybersecurity,
computer science and information services technology programs, visit http://www.
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Citizen News
Caregivers Conference
Personal and professional caregivers are invited to attend the 24th
Annual Southern Maryland Caregivers Conference to be held Friday,
April 22, 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Richard R. Clark Senior Center, La
Plata, Md. The fee of $30 includes conference materials, continental
breakfast and boxed lunch. Contact Tunya Taylor at 410-535-4606 or
301-855-1170 for more information.
Maryland Energy Assistance Program (MEAP)
MEAP assists eligible individuals and families with a one-time-peryear grant to help pay heating and electric bills. Grants are usually
applied to accounts beginning in December. You must be incomeeligible to apply. Appointments are now being scheduled at each of
the senior centers. If eligible, please be prepared to provide the following for every person in the home: proof of all monthly income,
a social security card, and a photo identification card. You will also
need a current heating bill, electric bill, and lease (if renting). For more
information and to schedule an appointment, call: Calvert Pines Senior Center, 410-535-4606 or 301-855-1170; Southern Pines Senior
Center on Thursdays, 410-586-2748; North Beach Senior Center on
Fridays, 410-257-2549.
Volunteer Needed
A senior volunteer is needed for just a few hours per week to provide information and assistance to callers and visitors at the Calvert
Pines Senior Center. It is preferred that volunteers be or become senior center participants. If volunteering interests you, please contact
Liz Youngblood or Donna Bethge at 410-535-4606 or 301-855-1170.
Calvert Pines Senior Center (CPSC)
Learn the ancient art of Tai Chi, Wednesdays, April 6, 13 and 20,
11:15 a.m. Free.
Enjoy an evening with Dinner and Music, Wednesday, April 13. The
chicken dinner starts at 4:30 p.m. and is open for seniors aged 50
and over only. Fee: $6. Register by April 6. Music featuring the Navy
band, Country Current will start at 6:30 p.m. and is free and open to
the public.
North Beach Senior Center (NBSC)
Relax with various activities during HeART and Soul, Tuesday, April
5 and Thursday, April 28, 10:30 a.m.
Come to the Senior Council Auction, Thursday, April 15, 10:30 a.m.
Donations are being accepted beginning April 1. No clothing.
Southern Pines Senior Center (SPSC)
Stop by for the Grand Opening, Tuesday, April 5, 2 p.m. to celebrate
the expansion of our facility. Refreshments provided.
Its Growing Time! Join us Wednesday, April 6, 10 a.m. to help plan,
plant, and prepare for the growing season.

Eating Together Menu

Lunches are served to seniors, aged 60-plus, and their
spouses through Title IIIC of the Older Americans Act.
Suggested donation is $3. To make or cancel a reservation call: Calvert Pines Senior Center at 410-535-4606
or 301-855-1170, North Beach Senior Center at 410-2572549, or Southern Pines Senior Center at 410-586-2748.
Lunches are subject to change.
Monday, April 4
Beef-a-Roni, Green Beans,
Dinner Roll, Fruit Cocktail,

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ner Roll, Applesauce with

Cinnamon, Pound Cake with
Cherry Topping

Tuesday, April 5
Split Pea Soup, Tuna Fish
Sandwich, Pickled Beets,

Thursday, April 7
Baked Chicken, Scalloped
Potatoes, Seasoned Greens,
Carrots, Dinner Roll, Spiced

Wednesday, April 6
Pork Roast, Gravy, Mashed
Potatoes, Green Beans, Din-

Friday, April 8
Stuffed Cabbage, Beets, Dinner Roll, Apple Crisp

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Thursday, March 31, 2016


Nearly 700 Cyclists Will Takeover Calvert County

Roads With The Mission Of Ending Hunger
End Hunger In Calvert County is hosting
its 8th Annual End Hunger Bike Ride on
Saturday, April 30.
That Saturday morning, several hundreds
of cyclists from throughout the metropolitan area and as far away as Maine will be
mounting up and hitting the roads of Calvert
County to support one mission: end hunger
in Calvert County.
There are four routes designed for cyclists
to choose from: 63 miles for seasoned riders, 35 miles and 48 miles for intermediate
riders, and 16 miles for beginners. For those
who are new to cycling, a New Rider 16
miler route isavailablethat includes a brief
orientation for safety and a ride leader who
guides the group throughout the ride.
All cyclists will start and end at Chesapeake Church in Huntingtown, Md. A Post-

Ride Cookout will take place in Summit

Park from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and includes free
food provided by Dunkirk Town Center BP,
music and community. Ritas Ice in Dunkirk
will also be back with free Italian Ice.
New this year is free post ride stretching
sessions provided by GROW Yoga in North
Beach! For more information and to register, go to endhungercalvert.org/bike.
Its more than abikeride. Its an opportunity for our community to come together
embrace the values of #GiveWhereYouLive, says Jacqueline Miller President of
End Hunger In Calvert County. Now in
our eighth year, the cyclists and our partners
participate with an understanding that they
are directly making a difference in the lives
of Calvert County residents. Its an event
they lookforwardto being part of and come

back year after year.

The four routes were intentionally chosen to display the natural beauty of Calvert
County. Riders will travel along the bayfront, marina, farmland and winerieswhile
they enjoy the company of friends who
share their same passion for biking.
Last years event attracted over 684 cyclists and raised nearly $30,000 for its 44
Partner Feeding Organizations. Theseorganizationsinclude food pantries, HeartFELT
Backpack Program, and mobile distributions sites.
Yet, more than raising money, these cyclists also hope to raise awareness. The
number of individuals that End Hunger
Partner Feeding Organizations serve has
grown from 10,000 to 15,000 individuals a
year. All proceeds from the event directly

support the mission of End Hunger In Calvert County.

For a list of End Hunger In Calvert County partners and programs visit endhungercalvert.org.
End Hunger In Calvert County was recognized by the Better Business Bureau as an
Accredited Charity for meeting all 20 Standards of Charitable Accountability. As part
of the accreditation process, the Better Business Bureau found that $0.93 of every dollar donated to the organization goes straight
into programming. That means that when
you support events like the Dragon Boat
Festival and give to End Hunger In Calvert
County, you can do so with confidence.

The Calvert Green Living event (April

30 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Arts Center - 13480
Dowell Road, Dowell, Md.) will feature
multiple 30-minute workshops as well
as ongoing demonstrations focused on
sustainable living and environmental

The event, which replaces the Green

Expo for 2016, is free and open to the
Confirmed presentations include: Solar
power, energy efficiency, recycling, native plants, wildedibles, butterfly gardening, bio and alternative fuel discussion,
invasive insects and plants, rainbarrel

workshop, water quality in the Patuxent

River, how to eat local and beekeeping.
Calvert County Public Works is offering a discount on rain barrels. Each
55-gallon rain barrel is priced at $30 instead of the regular $90 for workshop attendees. The easiest way to get your rain
barrel is to pre-register online at go.umd.

edu/rainbarrel. (Please note there is

a transaction fee if ordered online).
Door prize drawings will be held
throughout the event. Light fare and
wine/beer will be served.

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In Entertainment

Thursday, March 31
Ruddy Duck (13200 Dowell
Rd., Dowell)- 7:30 p.m.
Josh Airhart
Ruddy Duck (13200 Dowell
Rd., Dowell)- 7:30 p.m.
Friday, April 1
Jodys Band
Anthonys Bar and Grill
(10371 Southern Maryland
Blvd., Dunkirk)
Saturday, April 2
Dylan Galvin Acoustic
Old Town Pub (22785
Washington St.,
Monday, April 4
Pizza and Pint Night
Ruddy Duck (13200 Dowell
Rd., Dowell)- 4 p.m.

Team Trivia
Ruddy Duck (13200 Dowell
Rd., Dowell)- 7 p.m.
Tuesday, April 5
Burger and Pint Night
Ruddy Duck (13200 Dowell
Rd., Dowell)- 4 p.m.
Team Feud
Ruddy Duck (13200 Dowell
Rd., Dowell)- 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 6
Open Mic Night
Ruddy Duck (13200 Dowell
Rd., Dowell)- 6 p.m.
Thursday, April 7
Swamp Candy
Ruddy Duck (13200 Dowell
Rd., Dowell)- 7:30 p.m.

The Calvert County Times is always looking for

more local talent to feature! To submit art or
band information for our entertainment
section, e-mail info@somdpublishing.net.
Please submit calendar listings by noon on the
Tuesday prior to our Thursday publication.




Goo Goo Dolls

Perform At The Calvert
Marine Museum
Multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated
band Goo Goo Dolls will hit the road in
July for an extensive summer headlining
tour, stopping to perform at the PNC Waterside Pavilion on Friday, Aug. 26. Also
on the bill is Collective Soul. The Goo
Goo Dolls made up of vocalist-guitarist
John Rzeznik and bassist Robby Takac,
will be touring in support of their new
album, entitled Boxes, due to be released
from Warner Bros. Records this spring.
Tickets are $45 for reserved seats and
$55 for premium seats (additional fees apply) and go on sale to members of the Calvert Marine Museum on Tuesday, April 19
at 10 a.m., and on sale to the general public,
Tuesday, April 26 at 10 a.m.
Robby Takac and John Rzeznik
If you are not a member of the museum and would like an opportunity to buy
businesses. Sponsors include: Prince Fredsome of the best seats in the house, join as a erick Ford/Jeep/Dodge, PNC Bank, Bozick
member. Members not only get to purchase Distributors, Inc., Tidewater Dental, Ditickets a week before they go on sale to the rectmail.com, Holiday Inn Solomons, All
public, they also receive free admission to American Harley-Davidson, Quality Built
the museum annually, discounts in the Mu- Homes, 98.3 Star FM, Bay Weekly, Quick
seum Store, opportunities to enroll in our Connections, Southern Maryland Newspachildrens education programs, advance no- pers, Isaacs Restaurant, Papa Johns Pizza,
tice of events, and many other benefits. For OBrien Realty, American Eagle Electric,
more information about becoming a mem- Sherry Carter, United Rentals, Kelly Genber of the museum or to join, visit www. erator & Equipment, Comcast, Metrocast,
ECS, Blue Crabs, TitleMax LLC., World
The Goo Goo Dolls are one of the most Gym, and Asbury-Solomons.
globally respected and influential forces in
Gates open at 6 p.m. with food and drinks
popular music, selling more than 10 mil- available on the grounds. Showtime is 7:30
lion albums since 1986. They have scored p.m. Chairs and coolers are not permitted.
14 Top 10 radio hits, including Name, For additional information or to purchase
Slide, and Iris, the latter spending tickets, please visit the website at www.calnearly 12 straight months on the Billboard vertmarinemuseum.com. To reach a staff
charts and holding the No. 1 position for 17 member, please call 410-326-2042, ext. 16,
consecutive weeks. The band has toured the 17 or 18.
globe countless times, performed in front
of millions of fans, and received numerous Press Release from the Calvert Marine
awards (including four Grammy nomina- Museum
tions.) Theyve recorded and released ten
studio albums, including their latest, Mag- The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to
netic, which debuted at No. 8 on the Bill- 5 p.m. Admission is $9.00 for adults, $7.00
board Top 200 chart and at No. 2 on the Top for seniors, military with valid I.D. and
Rock Albums chart, and produced singles AAA members, and $4.00 for children
Rebel Beat and Come To Me. Rzeznik ages 5 - 12; children under 5 and museum
has also been honored with the Songwriters members are always admitted free. For
Hall of Fame Hal David Starlight Award.
more information about the museum, upProceeds from the Waterside Music Se- coming events, or membership, visit the
ries support the education and preserva- website at www.calvertmarinemuseum.
tion efforts of the Calvert Marine Museum. com or call 410-326-2042. Like us on
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Art Exhibit: 3s Company

Artworks@7th Fine Art & Unique
Gifts (9100 Bay Ave., North Beach) 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For March 2016, Artworks@7th
will present the artistic skills of two
seasoned member artists along with
the works of a very special guest a talented young student artist from
St. Marys College of Maryland. The
oil, water color, pen and ink, and
mixed media pieces of member artists D. Basile and Aimee Henderson,
and, the mixed media creations of
student artist Ashley Sherer will be
on display and are sure to excite
and impress! From realistic to abstract and everything in between,
the imaginative and creative works
of these gifted artists will be a real
treat. The show will run from March
3rd through March 27th with an
Opening Reception and complimentary refreshments on Saturday,
March 5th from 1 to 5 p.m. So come
on out and support your local arts
community and peruse the distinctive works of these creative and
talented local artists you might
just find that something special for
friends, family, or even for yourself!
CO. 7 Alarmers Friday Night Bingo
St. Leonard Volunteer Fire & Rescue
(200 Calvert Beach Rd.)
Bingo every Friday. Doors open at
6 p.m. Early bird at 7 p.m. Regular
bingo at 7:30 p.m. Food available
for sale. Help support your local fire

Friday, April 1
First Free Friday
Calvert Marine Museum (Solomons)
- 6 to 7:30 p.m.
The museum is open and FREE
to the public with docents in every
gallery. Enjoy entertainment by the
Redwine Jazz Group in the Harms
Gallery. The Drum Point Lighthouse
and Museum Store are open.
Pork Riblet Dinner
American Legion Stallings Williams
Post 206 (3330 Chesapeake Beach
Rd. E on Route 260, Chesapeake
Beach) - 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Join us for an informal dinner.
Hosted by the American Legion
Stallings Williams Post 206, in the
lower-level dining room. The dinner
includes all the trimmings, salad and
beverage for $12. Public invited. Call
for more information (301)855-6466.
Hubcaps Charity Event
American Legion Stallings Williams
Post 206 Route 260 (Chesapeake
Beach) - 7 p.m.
Dont miss this! The charity event
of the year to benefit the Calvert
County Humane Society. It will take
place in the Main Hall of the American Legion Stallings-Williams Post
206. There will be food and beverages for sale, a silent auction, and
music, music, music. Tickets are
$38 admittance. Public warmly welcomed. Call 301-855-6466 for more

Saturday, April 2

PHS Band Mulch Sale!

Patuxent High School (12485 Southern Connector Blvd., Lusby) - 7 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
This year we have red, brown and
black mulch available. Pick up at the
high school- we will load for free!
Order 20 bags or more in the Lusby area and we will deliver for free!
Help support the hard working band
members of Patuxent High School.
For questions or to pre-order, please
call 410-535-7806.
All You Can Eat Community
Emmanuel United Methodist Church
(1250 Emmanuel Church Rd., Huntingtown) - 7 to 10:30 a.m.
Church will hold an all you can eat
Community Breakfast. Come enjoy
all your breakfast favorites for only a
Freewill Donation of your choosing.
For more information call church office at 410-535-3177.
Car Wash
American Legion Route 260 (3330
Chesapeake Beach Rd., Chesapeake Beach) - 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For Chesapeake orioles baseball
team. Donations appreciated.
AARP Tax-Aide Day for Working
Calvert Pines Senior Center (450
West Dares Beach Rd., Prince Frederick) - 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Trained Tax-Aide Counselors will
be available at the Calvert Pines Senior Center. You do not have to be an
AARP member. This special tax day
is for local working seniors who cannot make one of our other weekday
openings. Preparation includes individual federal and state tax returns
(no business, Schedule C or rental
returns) at no cost for low-to-moderate income working senior citizens
aged 50-plus. Call 410-535-4606
(Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m.) to set up an appointment for
Saturday, April 2. Your documentation should include last years federal and state tax returns, all 2015
income statements, deductible(s)
receipts, EIC or other credits documentation. Please bring all Health
Insurance 1095(B)(C) forms and other proof of any premium payments,
waivers or exemption certificates
for all individuals on the tax return.
Bring a cancelled/voided check (for
proof of direct deposit account) for
any electronic refunds/payments.
All individuals on the return must
be present and provide positive
April Makers Market
Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts
Center (Solomons) - 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Makers Market is THE place
to find handmade, homemade,
or homegrown products....crafts,
hanging baskets, organic skincare
products, farm fresh produce, cut
flowers, baked goods, batik and
fleece clothing, handmade soaps
and candles, herbal teas, orna-

Thursday, March 31, 2016

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ments, folk art, handmade gifts, and
more! Delight in the local treasures
to be found here! Admission to the
Market are is free!
16th Annual Empty Bowl Supper
St. John Vianney Family Life Center
(Prince Frederick) - 4:30 to 7 p.m.
Join Project ECHO and Friends for
the 16th Annual Empty Bowl Supper! With over 100 gallons of soup,
700 hand crafted bowls, the silent
auction, live entertainment, great
fellowship and 100 of the happiest volunteers, it is guaranteed to
be a good time! For more information, contact Teressa Beavers at
ECHOdevelopment@comcast.net or
Calvert County Chamber of Commerce 10th Annual Chocolovers
Asbury Solomons Riverview Restaurant (11100 Asbury Circle, Solomons) - 6:30 to 11 p.m.
Open to the public. $85 per person or $150 per couple. Cocktail attire. Some event highlights are cocktail hour with heavy hors doeuvres,
live auction raffle, dinner and dancing, cabaret performance by Hickory Dickory Dark, chocolate dessert
creation, competition for the Peoples Choice Award by the culinary
students from the career technology

Sunday, April 3
Chesapeake Community Chorus
North Beach Union Church (8912
Chesapeake Ave., North Beach) - 4
to 6 p.m.
The Chesapeake Community Chorus, an all-volunteer chorus which
raises funds for Calvert County
charities, will hold a practice session. The chorus is looking to add
new members and no auditions
are required. Contact Larry Brown,
Director, at 301-855-7477 or email
lbrown9601@verizon.net for more

Monday, April 4
Town Center Coalition
Harriet E. Brown Community Center
(901 Dares Beach Rd., Prince Frederick) - 7 to 9 p.m.
Community input for the Prince
Frederick Town Center.

Tuesday, April 5
Sea Squirts
Calvert Marine Museum (Solomons)
- 10 a.m., 11 a.m.
O is for OTTER! Visit Squeak, our
playful river otter, listen to a story,
and have fun with an otter obstacle
course. Free drop-in program for
children 18-months to 3 years and
their caregivers.
Steak Night
American Legion Stallings Williams
Post 206 Route 260 (Chesapeake
Beach) - 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Order your steak direct from the
grill-master. The $15 price tag includes all the trimmings and a bev-

erage. Hosted by the American Legion Stallings-Williams Post 206, in

the lower-Level dining room. Public
welcome. For more information, call
CBL Science for Citizens - Oyster
Restoration in Md.
Bernie Fowler Lab (142 Williams
Street, Solomons) - 7 to 8 p.m.
Oyster Restoration in Maryland.
Presented by Dr. Kennedy Paynter.
Oysters are a keystone species in
the Chesapeake they play a key
role in the creation of reef habitat
and the processing of nutrients and
sediment in the water column. Over
the last four years, the bulk of oyster restoration resources have been
focused into one tributary: Harris
Creek. Hundreds of millions of baby
oysters, called spat-on-shell, have
been produced by the UMCES oyster hatchery in Cambridge, MD, and
deployed in Harris Creek covering
about 350 acres. The exciting results
will be discussed in this seminar.

Wednesday, April 6
Spaceflight America Museum and
Musical Youth Concert Event
Calvert High School- 4 p.m.
In collaboration with the Spaceflight America Museum, COSMIC
Symphony will present an afternoon
of space-themed music and astronomy. The symphony will be performing Mozzarts symphony number
41 Jupiter and various selections
from Holts The Planets all set to a
captivating slide show comprised of
many unique and wonderful images
from the Spaceflight Americas photograph archive. I think it is quite
appropriate for an orchestra named
COSMIC! says Sigmund Gorski,
co-founder of the museum. Winners
of COSMICs 12th annual Young Artist Competition will perform with the
orchestra. Tickets to the symphony
are available at the door or online at

Thursday, April 7
Sea Squirts
Calvert Marine Museum (Solomons)
- 10 a.m., 11 a.m.
O is for OTTER! Visit Squeak, our
playful river otter, listen to a story,
and have fun with an otter obstacle
course. Free drop-in program for
children 18-months to 3 years and
their caregivers.
Calvert Toastmasters Meeting
1st floor Conference Room (205 Main
Street, Prince Frederick) - 11:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m.
Do you want to become a confident public speaker and strong
leader? If so, Toastmasters is the
place for you. Youll find a supportive learn-by-doing environment that
allows you to achieve your goals at
your own pace. Special extended:
Free new member kit ($20 value) for
the month of April. For more information see http://calvert.toastmastersclubs.org.

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Thursday, March 31
Shake It Out Music and Movement
Calvert Library Southern Branch,
13920 H. G. Trueman Rd., Solomons10 to 10:30 a.m.
Shake It Out Music and Movement
will create a rich environment that promotes social, emotional and physical
skills. Come join us for some shaken

Drop-in Computer Coding

Calvert Library Twin Beaches Branch,
3819 Harbor Rd., Chesapeake Beach5 to 6 p.m.
Have fun learning the languages of
computers. Its fun, Its easy.

Friday, April 1
Art in the Stacks- Edward
Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way
Medium: Black and white photography inspired by retro photographs of
Artist of the month: Jane Connor
Calvert Library Twin Beaches Branch,
3819 Harbor Rd., Chesapeake Beach
Medium: Acrylic. Visit Twin Beaches
Library to view the lovely work of Jane

On Pins and Needles

Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 1 to 4 p.m.
Bring your quilting, needlework, knitting, crocheting, or other project for an
afternoon of conversation and shared

Saturday, April 2

Brain Games: Mahjongg, Scrabble

and more
Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- noon to 3 p.m.
Want to learn Mahjongg? Hope
to make your Scrabble skills killer?
Games are a great way to keep your
brain sharp while having fun! Join us!
Please register.

Lego Challenge
Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 2 to 4 p.m.
Lego enthusiasts can visit the storytime room to take part in a weekly,
themed challenge. Legos supplied by
library. Registration not required.

Monday, April 4

Monday Morning Movies and More

Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 10 to 11 a.m.
Join us at 10 am for dancing, stories,
movies and fun.

Drop-in Minecraft
Calvert Library Fairview Branch, Rt. 4
and Chaneyville Rd., Owings- 3:30 to
5 p.m.
Try your hand at building and participate in special projects using minecraft.edu. No registration!

Curiosity Workshop
Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 6:30 to 8 p.m.

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STEAM workshop designed to engage kids in creative problem solving

using experimentation and exploration.
Participants are encouraged to attend
all 4 sessions. Parents and caregivers encouraged to stay. For kids 8-12
years old. Class topic: Problem Solving. Please register.

Tuesday, April 5
Drop-in Computer Coding
Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Have fun learning the languages of
computers. Its fun, Its easy. Younger
children will need the help of an adult.

Flying Needles
Calvert Library Southern Branch,
13920 H. G. Trueman Rd., Solomons6 to 9 p.m.
Knitting, crocheting and portable
crafting group open to anyone wanting to join in and share talents, crafting
time or learn a new skill.
Writers by the Bay at the Library
Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Looking for a writers group? All writers and would-be writers are welcome
to come for critique and camaraderie.

Manga Otaku Artist Nights

Calvert Library Twin Beaches Branch,
3819 Harbor Rd., Chesapeake Beach7 to.8:30 p.m.
On the first Tuesday of every month,
from 7 to 8:30 pm, at the Twin Beaches
Branch, comics and manga fans from
ages 10 to 17 gather to draw their own
comics! Artist and illustrator (and Calvert librarian) McNevin Hayes will guide
you through the basics of story layout,
thumbnails, and character construction. Please register.

Wednesday, April 6
Colorful Conversations
Calvert Library Southern Branch,
13920 H. G. Trueman Rd., Solomons2 to 3 p.m.
Do you like coloring? This group allows adults to create pictures, share
ideas and conversation while offering
an outlet for relaxation, stress relief
and creative expression.

Book Discussion (Lotus Cafe)

Calvert Library Southern Branch,
13920 H. G. Trueman Rd., Solomons6:30 to 8 p.m.
Recurring monthly book discussion held at Lotus Cafe. This month is
The Book of Unknown Americans, by
Christina Henriquez.

Winter Marches On: Electric

Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 7 to 8 p.m.
Premier Naval Academy rock band!

Thursday, April 7

Shake It Out Music and Movement

Calvert Library Southern Branch,
13920 H. G. Trueman Rd., Solomons10 to 10:30 a.m.
Shake It Out Music and Movement
will create a rich environment that pro-

motes social, emotional and physical

skills. Come join us for some shaken
Asbury Book Discussion
Calvert Library Southern Branch,
13920 H. G. Trueman Rd., Solomons10:30 to noon
A lively book discussion every other month on the 3rd Thursday. This
months title is Life on the Mississippi
by Mark Twain(Samuel Clemens). Next
book to discuss is decided by the

Tween Choice Night: Vine and Dine

Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 6:30 to 8 p.m.
You voted and we heard you! Tweens
in grades 5-7 join us at Calvert Library
Prince Frederick for a fun night of pizza
and videos! Request clips from preselected Vine and YouTube videos in a
Karaoke style on our big screen. While
we watch, we will be busy creating artistic and delicious candy sushi! Space
is limited. Register today!

Code Name 4-5-6

Calvert Library Twin Beaches Branch,
3819 Harbor Rd., Chesapeake Beach6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
For 4th to 6th grade eyes only! 4th to
6th grade students are invited to this
series of events which uses plenty of
hands-on activities to have fun with
reading! Each month we will explore a
new theme and introduce a great chapter book on the topic. No advanced
preparation is needed and a snack will
be provided..This months topic: Isnt It
Ironic? Please register.

Friday, April 8

On Pins and Needles

Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 1 to 4 p.m.
Bring your quilting, needlework, knitting, crocheting, or other project for an
afternoon of conversation and shared

Minecraft Free Play

Calvert Library Twin Beaches Branch,
3819 Harbor Rd., Chesapeake Beach5:30 to 7 p.m.
Play Minecraft on our computers
while the library is closed to other customers. Please register.

Saturday, April 9

Learn Mahjongg
Calvert Library Southern Branch,
13920 H. G. Trueman Rd., Solomons1 to 3 p.m.
Want to learn Mahjongg? Games are
a great way to keep your brain sharp
while having fun! Join us!

Website Creation with Wix

Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 1 to 4 p.m.
Charles Gauthier will teach the basics of using the free service WIX to design your own website. Please register.

Lego Challenge
Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 2 to 4 p.m.
Lego enthusiasts can visit the storytime room to take part in a weekly,



themed challenge. Legos supplied by

library. Registration not required.

Poets Circle
Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 2 to 4 p.m.
Beginner or big-time, confident or
compulsive, stuck or star-lit! All are
welcome. Expect a friendly session of
discussion, editing and support. Bring
5 copies of what you want to work on
or just yourself. Please register.

Lego Mania
Calvert Library Twin Beaches Branch,
3819 Harbor Rd., Chesapeake Beach2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
For kids from kindergarten to 5th
grade. Lego enthusiasts will meet
monthly to hear a story followed by a
Lego building session. Each session
will close with sharing time. Legos supplied by library. This months theme:
Planet Earth.

Monday, April 11

Monday Morning Movies and More

Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 10 to 11 a.m.
Join us at 10 am for dancing, stories,
movies and fun.

Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 12:30 to 2 p.m.
Join guest teacher Kathleen Werwath,
CZT (Certified Zentangle Teacher)
to learn the art of Zentangle at this
months Zentangle, ZenDoodling, &
Adult Coloring meetup. The library
will supply regular copy paper, colored pencils and a few sharpies. If you
would like to bring your own supplies,
they are welcome! Learn more about
Zentangle at www.Zentangle.com.
Please register.

Drop-in Minecraft
Calvert Library Fairview Branch, Rt. 4
and Chaneyville Rd., Owings- 3:30 to
5 p.m.
Try your hand at building and participate in special projects using minecraft.edu. No registration!

Lego Mania
Calvert Library Prince Frederick, 850
Costley Way- 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Lego enthusiasts will meet monthly to hear a story followed by a Lego
building session. Each session will
close with sharing time. Legos supplied by library.

Book Discussion What Have You

Read Good Lately?
Calvert Library Twin Beaches Branch,
3819 Harbor Rd., Chesapeake Beach7 to 8:30 p.m.
Please join in the fun, informal discussion of books to recommend to

Contact your Local Library!

Fairview: 410-257-2101
Twin Beaches: 410-257-2411
Prince Frederick : 410-535-0291 or
Southern: 410-326-5289


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