the last one written. In the process of developing the
issue, talking with advertisers, meeting with the businesses,
people and organizations that make up our community,
I'm constantly learning. New revelations and new
viewpoints change the picture I have when I Connect
the Dots. The character of Harford County continues to
evolve and it's exciting to be a participant as well as an
observer of that evolution.
perspective on their community as well. Our new
essential to the home-town character of Harford County. For this issue, we're looking
at how our
served by a network of businesses and services, featured in our Senior Section. In this
issue, we continue the dialogue on the Difficult Choices that families often face.
planning our landscaping. We have some tips from a local nursery to Mind Your Mulch
and to Go Native. Other choices include recipes for eating seasonal and eating local,
supporting our local farmers' markets and farms.
women in Harford County who juggle nurturing their families with nurturing their
businesses. In particular, we celebrate two special moms who have turned personal
tragedy into community outreach. And we have a couple of suggestions to give Mom
a special experience. Treat yourself, too, to some retail therapy at local consignment
stores and plan to attend local events hosted by community groups.
Blues Fest, the 5K Run for Sunshine's Angels, Outdoor Movies in Bel Air, and events
in the historic Delta/Cardiff/Whiteford community.
our partnership with
and business owners, activities that support local organizations and give back to the
community for services, entertainment and shopping events, and more ways to Keep it
Local while Living Local. Enjoy the spring!