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Business Luncheon Honoring
Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr.
Maryland Golf and Country Club. Noon.
Hosted by The Harford Conservative
Business Caucus. $125. RSVP by May 10,
2010. Make checks payable to: Bob Ehrlich
for Maryland. Return check with reply to:
RKS, 15 Churchville Rd., Ste. 108, Bel Air,
MD 21014.Authority: Bob Ehrlich for
Maryland H. Terry Hancock, Treasurer
www.harfordforehrlich.com/HCBC-Ehrlich-
Luncheon.pdf
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Songs of WWI
Whiteford Library. 6:30 pm. In conjunction
with the Library's Winds and Words of War
Exhibit, Michael Lasser will speak about
popular songs and their social values both
comic and revealing of attitudes of the time.
FREE. Registration required.
14
Girls Night Out!
Backyard Boys Country Crafts & Gifts,
2419 Whiteford Rd., Whiteford (across from
Highs). 7-9pm. Free Samples, Door Prizes,
Live Demos
410.452.0270
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The Runabouts Reunion
Havre de Grace Community Center, 100
Lagaret Lane. 8pm-Midnight. The
Runabouts (Jim Skrivanek, Joe Pascuzzi, Don
Laye, Lew Rothlisberger, Dennis Trimble,
Mike Lynch, Ed Kelly and Tom Vincenti)
will be joined by Guest Musicians from
other bands from the past including: The
Cautions, The Rogues,The Monterays, Soul
Expedition, Congressional Rock, The Epics,
State of Mind, Dr. Soul and the Interns, The
Furys, Orange Wedge, Jamtrax and others.
Donation of $15. Proceeds benefit Friends
of the Concord Point Lighthouse, HdG
Decoy Museum, MdG Maritime Museum,
Susquehanna Lockhouse Museum, and the
Skipjack "Martha Lewis". Tickets available
at several locations.
410.939.9160
410.459.0042 runabouts@comcast.net
www.therunabouts.com
15-16
Medieval Encampment
Steppingstone Museum, 461 Quaker Bottom
Rd., HdG. Noon-5pm. Event features a
Medieval Encampment with fighting &
fencing demonstrations; arts & crafts; period
music & dance; children's games; food &
tours. Adult $5; 12 and under FREE.
410.939.2299 888.419.1762
teppingstonemuseum@msn.com
www.steppingstonemuseum.org
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Pins for Pets Bowling Bash
Brunswick Lanes, 4359 Ebenezer Rd, Perry
Hall. 7-11pm. Benefits the animals of Luna's
House, Inc. $20 for 4 hours of unlimited
bowling, shoe rental, pizza and soda.
410.274.4837 Losa@lunashouse.org
www.harfordsheart.com
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The
surveying
itself is
quite
simple:
get out
there and
start
looking!
All that's
needed
is a photograph of the amphibian or reptile you
found along with some basic information on
where and when you saw it and your data will
be compiled with that of other volunteers into
the atlas report.
MARA is hoping to partner with local groups and
organizations (
Boy Scouts, nature centers, parks
programs, bird watching groups, high school
environmental science field trips, community
college biology classes, and others) to mobilize
more volunteers out into the field in an attempt
to fully canvas Harford County in each of the
five years of this survey.
For the purposes of the atlas project, Harford
County is broken into roughly 11 sections
Aberdeen, Bel Air, Delta, Edgewood, Fawn
Grove, Gunpowder Neck, Havre de Grace,
Jarrettsville, Norrisville, Perryman (Aberdeen
Proving Ground) and Spesutie (Aberdeen
Proving Ground). And volunteers out in the
field are needed for each area, no matter how
rural, suburban, or urban.
The Harford Amphibian and Reptile Survey has
set up a
Facebook page:
www.facebook.com/group.php?v=wall&ref=ts
&gid=315775181512 to provide a convenient
way to access information about this project and
allow volunteers to contact and interact with
one another online during the course of the survey.
The participation and enthusiasm of volunteers
is critical to the success of
MARA. Join in
this extensive effort to take stock of our
under-appreciated slimy and scaly friends out there.
Brian Goodman
Maryland Amphibian and Reptile Atlas,
Harford
County Coordinator, brian@daggerpress.com
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