Volume 64, No.4
The Village Crier april, 2010
Published by the Associates of Loch Raven Village, Inc., Since 1947
A cAlendAr Full of events! – see page 10
In honor of Earth Day cans and glass…Thank you to the many
From the archives people who are helping.
Many, if not most, lrv residents are James M. Flatley
gladly participating in the new and im-
proved single-stream recycling program
instituted by Baltimore county this past lrV Cookbook
February. It’s such an easy process now
that we can just toss all of our materials
entri es an d o r d ers
into one container and set it out for col- – Due April 30th –
lection every Friday. It wasn’t always so Help Support the Fireworks!
easy and many of us remember the days
of carting our recyclables to the park-
ing lot on la salle road once a month Sun Shines on the 47th
or so to sort and dispose of the materials annual Easter Egg hunt
that we were unwilling to put in land-
fills. Back in the ‘70s even this kind of
program did not exist and the recycling
movement was just getting started. One
lrv resident did his part to help this
fledgling movement along by volunteer-
ing to pick up old newspapers. this is
from the April 1978 Village Crier:
I have started recycling newspapers by
informing people that on a specific day I
will be by to collect their old newspapers. the easter Bunny paid a visit to lrv
I have asked for their help by bundling and helped kick off the annual village
and placing their newspapers at the easter egg Hunt by cutting the open-
same place their garbage is collected. ing ribbon. Kyra O’donnell & Kameron
Brooks of Pleasant Plains elementary
Recycling is essential in that everything
school played the national Anthem on
we have comes from the earth. It only
their trumpets before the event. the
makes sense to use our resources over
large crowd of children & parents were
and over again and not to waste them,
greeted by volunteers from the lrv
but to live more in harmony with nature
Optimists, lrvA and the Gllrc. the
by living more ecologically.
volunteers handed out prizes after the
I am now accepting aluminum cans… egg Hunt and the children had the op-
and hope to eventually collect metal portunity to meet the easter Bunny and
have their picture taken with him. Fun
May Issue Deadline: 04/23/10 was had by all!
ExEcutivE committEE Membership – Wade Barnes
Zoning – Gretchen sarkin
President – Gretchen sarkin
Real Estate – leslea Knauff
Vice-President – lori cullinan
Pleasant Plains Elementary Liaison –
Mary Noy 410-823-2672
Treasurer – leslie vallade
Loch Raven Academy and Loch
Raven High School Liaison –
Secretary – cindy Mavrophilipos
Thea Mussman 410-823-8285
Web – transitioning
Board mEmBErs firstname.lastname@example.org
Bruce Knauff Jerry Heilman ContaCtS
Bud thomas District 5 County Councilman –
410-296-3922 Hon. vince Gardina
Wade Barnes 410-887-3384 Fax 410-887-5791
Mary King Towson Times LRV Columnist –
410-925-1034 Sue Van Essen 410-665-2899
Mike smith Towson University (off-campus
410-661-4466 resident complaints) –
Kate Walkinshaw ryan Kane or Pat Frawley
Baltimore County Code Enforcement –
Mike Mohler, deputy director
committEEs - It takes a Village! Pet Locator –
The Village Crier – Darrell Krushensky 410-823-6330
editor – lori cullinan Police –
email@example.com 911 or 410-887-2222
layout & co-editor – Kate Walkinshaw
Proofreader & Archive editor – Mary noy
Advertising coordinator – leslie vallade
school news reporter – thea Mussman
Architectural Review –
Block Captains – leslea Knauff
410-823-0648 Meetings are held on the
By-laws – Mary King second tuesday of each month
Citizens on Patrol – lori cullinan 7:00pm, Room 102 at the former
410-828-4507 Loch raven Elementary School
Commercial Development – Open on Glen Keith Boulevard.
Community Events – Open
Covenant & Restrictions – residents are encouraged to attend,
darrell Krushensky and to help in our ongoing work
410-823-6330 “to protect, maintain, and enhance
Gardens – Gretchen sarkin the property values of loch raven
410-828-8952 village homes, and the quality of life
Marketing – Open of loch raven village residents.”
crier editor Fields More Questions
Advertising flyers can indeed add to have a method of communicating the
the blowing trash in the Village. A “goings on” of lrv to each other. this
law just went into effect that states that includes a weekly “Significant Events”
a business can only hand deliver flyers report that is issued by sergeant Fink.
to a residence once every six months. It lets you quickly review any significant
That would require you to date any flyer crime events that have occurred within
you get from any one business and track the towson area. You will also get ac-
when the next one is delivered. Another cess to the village’s cOP patrol schedule
option is to call the business owner to where you can see the list of neighbors
request that they do not deliver to your patrolling the village on your behalf. If
address. this can only be done on an in- you ever have an interest in trying out
dividual basis, therefore the Association a patrol, simply hop on the schedule
cannot make that request on behalf of anytime that suits you. If you would like
the entire Village. Lastly, many flyers/ to be included in this network please
advertisements have a “do not distrib- forward your email and request to
ute” contact listed at the bottom that firstname.lastname@example.org.
you can utilize. to stop the sun Plus,
the Crier welcomes all questions,
email the sun Plus service box with this
concerns and opinions. However, we
request at sunPlusservice@baltsun.com.
must ask that you stand behind them.
Stranded shopping carts can be a All materials submitted for publication,
nuisance. If you have one close to you including letters to the editor, must be
that needs to be removed the most ob- signed.
vious thing to do is to contact the store
Lori Cullinan, Crier Editor
that it belongs to. For instance, lenny
schlossenberg, the manager of Giant,
said that they do weekly neighborhood
cart retrievals. If there is a stray cart
near your property call the store at 410-
828-0006 and an employee will pick
it up that day. they don’t want to lose
the carts, and I suspect that most of our
bordering businesses feel the same. If in
fact it is not picked up within that day
And it is on Baltimore county land, you
can contact code enforcement and they
will contact the manager on your behalf.
There is a fine attached but the police
have a very hard time enforcing it as it
is seemingly hard to identify who took
You don’t have to officially patrol
to join the Village’s CoP (Citizen’s
on Patrol) Program. While formal car/
bike/walking patrols are a cornerstone
of a successful cOP program, the true
deterrent of crime in a community is
communication. did you know that we
have a village cOP email network? We – continued from cover
neighborhood Cleanup Your Neighborhood Printer
lrv and Knettishall communities are
holding a neighborhood cleanup on sat-
urday, May 22nd from 8am to 12 noon
at Pleasant Plains elementary school
parking lot. the event is sponsored by
Baltimore county and it is your oppor-
tunity to dispose of your household dis- 1220-A E. Joppa Rd • Ste 102
cards in the dumpsters provided. Towson, Maryland 21286
Baltimore county has advised us that VOICE 410 427 0190
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tors, etc.) or appliances with coolants email@example.com
(refrigerators/freezers) can be discarded www.millersminutemanpress.com
at the collection site because of the pos-
sible contamination of caustic materials,
such as Freon, mercury and/or PCB. All
electronics can be turned in at the cock-
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week for special treatment. More infor-
mation will be published in next month’s
crier about disposal regulations and
compliance. Color Copies
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since this is a volunteer run event, any- Letter Size (8.5’’x11’’) Single Sided, No Bleeds. Limited Time Offer.
one interested in helping out, please
contact Jerry Heilman at 410-823-3427
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Jason dance and John Kelly are hap-
py to report that they were able to ob-
Baltimore City - 410-342-4444
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implement new speeding deterrents on
Using new & innovative approaches to home
Glen Keith Blvd. construction of traf- marketing, including state of the art technology,
fic calming speed humps (like those on abundant online presence & years of experience,
Pleasant Plains road) should start by Tim Hodgin sells more homes in Loch Raven
Village than any other Realtor. Read what his
late spring. recent satisfied Sellers have said about his home
selling system. Call or email for your free analysis
the residents of the village and the
Association members would like to
thank Mr. dance and Mr. Kelly for
spearheading this initiative. We ap-
preciate your efforts and are all safer
“Tim Hodgin sold my home in
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13 days for 100% of my ask-
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He is extremely professional & ing price.” His home selling
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May Issue Deadline: 04/23/10 Sarangoulis Family Kristin O’Ferrall
Pleasant Plains Elementary encouraged to come for a personalized
tour of the school’s facilities, including
students and staff are busy preparing grade-specific classrooms, the Library,
for the spring musical, Aladdin Jr. re- Fine Arts wing, and the state-of-the-
hearsals for singers, actors and dancers art computer lab. visitors will observe
are going on after school and many staff teachers instructing and interacting
members are involved in the behind-the- with students and will also receive an
scenes work of sets, costumes and props. information pack detailing IHM’s aca-
Shows will be April 22nd - April 24th at demic excellence, accreditations, and
7:00pm. Bring the kids and enjoy this extracurricular activities.
bit of disney magic!
Calvert hall College
Loch raven academy
the Calvert hall College theatre
Congratulations! Mr. Alex Wolf of Department presents Joseph and the
lrA has been selected as the Baltimore Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat by An-
county Outstanding educator using drew Lloyd Webber April 16, 17, 23, 24
technology. He will be recognized at the at 7:30pm and April 18 and 25 at 2pm at
Maryland society for educational tech- the school’s McManus theater. tickets
nology (MSET) Conference on April 30th are $5 for students and senior citizens,
and May 1st at the Baltimore conven- and $10 for adults. Group discounts
tion center. available. tickets can be purchased at
Lra will be presenting the musical the door or in advance by contacting the-
How to Eat Like a Child on the follow- firstname.lastname@example.org.
ing dates: Friday, May 14th @ 7:00pm, Calvert hall continues to build
Saturday, May 15th @ 7:00pm, Friday, upon the 2009-2010 theme, “Beyond
May 21st @ 7:00pm and Saturday, May ourselves…Beyond our halls,”
22nd @ 7:00pm. Tickets will be sold at through numerous service projects and
the door. donations to those in need. Over eas-
Showcase night is thursday, april ter break, 15 students and 3 faculty
15th. Please plan to visit from 6:30-8:30 moderators traveled to new Orleans to
pm to experience displays and demon- work on rebuilding projects to help the
strations of students’ accomplishments city in its continuing efforts to recover
and classroom projects. from Hurricane Katrina. In March, the
school donated $8666 to the Mt. La Salle
Immaculate heart of Mary College/School in Nigeria, Africa as part
towson resident and IhM 7th grad- of the annual Mission drive. the Hall’s
er Maura Ford was recently named a latest initiative is to raise awareness of
2010 Carson Scholar. The Carson Schol- the devastating effect of malaria in Ma-
ars Fund scholarship program awards lawi. students have joined the “What’s
$1,000 college scholarships to students the Buzz” program with area schools,
for their high levels of academic excel- including Loyola Blakefield, Gilman and
lence and dedication to community ser- roland Park to help support disease pre-
vice. scholarships are awarded solely on vention. students at these schools can
the basis of academic achievement and donate $10 to help families in Malawi
humanitarian qualities. purchase a mosquito net. through their
Spring open house is tuesday, efforts, calvert Hall students provided
april 13, 2010 from 9:00-12:00. nets for 350 families.
visitors and prospective families are
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Voegtlin of Glen Keith Blvd. on the birth the family would like to thank the won-
of their daughter, Remy, on March 7th! derful neighbors on clyde Bank road
who shoveled the snow, took out trash
Congrats to David harrop for earning and recycling, and looked after charlie
the Arrow of light, the highest award in and lee coard’s home during charlie’s
cub scouts. He is now a Boy scout in recent illness and passing and lee’s re-
Troop 742. cent back surgery. the family has been
Marion holmes, who served as
LrVa secretary for 35 years, had to our condolences to renee Brown
move from her home on Glen ridge road and her family of Pleasant Plains road.
in December 2009. She is now residing renee’s mother passed away on Friday,
in the Maryland Masonic Home in cock- the 26th of March.
eysville. Her friends and neighbors wish
Calling all Seniors! We’d like to honor
Charlie Coard of Clyde Bank road our 2010 graduates. Send in details!
passed away on February 12, 2010.
Mr. coard and his wife, lee, have lived Please send us your news and
in their home since 1958. His daughter, happenings! May issue deadline:
trish spicer, lives on doxbury road 04/23/10. Mail to email@example.com
Loch raven Book Club &
April is national Poetry Month and
oyStEr r o
the Book club will have its annual Po-
etry Meeting on April 22nd. Just bring ay 15th @ 7-
Saturday, M ns
a poem to read and discuss! We’ll be kville Garde
heritage Par altimore
meeting at 7:30pm at a member’s home. road B
7631 harford e Parkville
Call Rita for directions at 410-825-0002.
21234 (L ocated in th
We’ll be celebrating the Book Club’s 5th Shopping C
Anniversary on May 20th with dinner
at 7:30pm at the Orchard Marketplace. tickets: $30. V
(Book selection to be announced) Please Sponso red by aLr
join us! contact leslea at leslea.knauff@ Contact: wad
gmail.com or call 410-823-0648. 410-870-2956
do. these are things you can do all year
round, not just on earth day. But if you
want to do something special on earth
day, there are lots of places you can go,
like cromwell valley Park. It’s outside,
free, and fun for the family. You can
go on hikes through the woods, splash
through streams, and even invite your
friends to come along for a picnic! It is
great fun, something MY family has en-
joyed for years. also, Baltimore hosts
great events in honor of Earth Day.
April 17, 2010 ECd Hill Park
Noon-6 pm at Drui
April 21, 2010, Fo anting Project
Food Film + Tr
rth Day: Sustain-
April 22, 2010, Ea Planting Project
Earth Day 2010 able Living + Tree
ion at the
Earth Day Celebratin Baltimore
ok kids. there is a very special day National Aquarium
coming up, and that is Earth Day, on April 23
celebrated on April 22nd. Now some of
you may not know what earth day is, so
let me tell you. earth day is a day when
we are supposed to stop and take a look
around us, and see what we can do to
help make our planet a better place to
live. there are lots of things you can do
to help. like at home, you can recycle
plastic, paper, and glass. If it can be re-
cycled, then you should recycle it. turn
off lights when you aren’t using them to
save electricity. don’t waste water.
you can even recycle at school. not This
all schools, but some schools, like my flower, cand: Flynn Walkinshaw’s soda can -
school Pine Grove Middle, have special fessional artist Mar were inspired by pro-
bins in the lunch room for plastic bot- marquecornblatt.com) “tras rnblatt’s (www.
with your trash h” art. Make ar
tles, capri sun packs, and soda cans. wh - great t
ere recycling insp idea! You never know
this way there is not as much waste iration will come
coming from the school, thus reducing
our negative impact on the environ- I strongly suggest going out and
ment. We also have a recycling club that doing something in honor of Earth
collects soda cans from home. Kids bring Day. the planet we live on is special
in the crushed cans, and turn them in. and unique, perfect for us to live, so
the students get student service learn- take care of it.
ing hours, the school gets money from
turning the cans in, and Mother earth
is helped. If your school doesn’t have
programs like this, ask a teacher or
principal about it, and see what you can
Cromwell Park Events
Daffodil Festival Saturday, April 17th
at 10am to 4pm. TALMAR Gardens
will host its first ever Daffodil Festival
here at cvP. enjoy live music, food, face
hillendale painting, nature crafts & more. $5 per
animal hospital car donation. tAlMAr Horticultural
center at eck Farm.
dr. donald c. Mills art in the Park - Sunday, April 18th at
Veterinarian 10am to 5pm (Rain date - Sunday, May
25th) Featuring artwork by local and
regional artisans working in a variety
doctors hours by appointment of media. Food, Wine & entertainment!
Reservations NOT required. All ages. $5
410.296.5411 per car donation. sherwood Farm.
6839 Loch Raven Blvd. Children’s Gardening Club – begins
Hillendale shopping center Saturdays, April 17th! Ages 5-13 years
old. Grow vegetables, flowers, & herbs
Monday-Friday 9-6 while exploring the natural world of our
Saturday 9-1 garden. Join us to play, learn, craft, and
eat tasty foods you grow yourself. On the
1st & 3rd Saturday’s of each month in the
children’s Garden located at the Willow
Grove Farm. April 17th thru October
16th. Ages 5-7 meet 9:30am-11:30am.
Ages 8-13 meet 10:15am-11:45am. $25
Loch raven Baseball
Celebrates opening Day!
loch raven Baseball will celebrate the
opening of the season with a parade on
Saturday, April 17th. The teams, t-ball
through 13-15 age group, will march
from White Oak school to Oakleigh
elementary school beginning at 9am.
the celebration will continue with the
introduction of each player, dedication
of field #2, the singing of the National
Anthem and the playing of baseball
games. the day will also include conces-
sions, raffles, games and an airbrush
vendor. come join the fun!
May Issue Deadline: 04/23/10
eVeNTS CaleNdar / apr-May
aLrV annual Elections report will be made available.
General Meeting Contact: Gretchen Sarkin 410-828-8952
Tuesday, April 13th, 7pm.
IhM 19th annual Spring Carnival
Babcock Presbyterian church
Saturday, May 1st, 12pm-6pm.
Speakers: Lt. Lynn Mullahey,
Immaculate Heart of Mary school
Food, Games, Moon Bounce & more!
Board member positions available.
Loch raven Kiwanis Meetings
the 16th annual Friends of
Celebrating 60th Year!!
towson Library Book Sale
Wednesdays, May 5th & 12th,
Thursday, April 15th, @ 5:30pm - 8pm.
@6:30pm. Pappas Restaurant (Taylor &
Friday, April 16th and Saturday,
Oakleigh). Optional Meal ($20),
April 17th, @ 9am- 5pm. Sunday,
call aheadContact: Judy LaFlame
April 18th, @ 1pm - 4pm
410-499-0018 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
towson library street level meeting
rooms. First Choice Sale Night, $10 “Fleawash”
fee, Ftl free. Free admission on Fri., Saturday, May 1st @ 8am - 2pm.
sat. and sun. Flea market and carwash
Babcock Presbyterian church
Meet and Greet Elected Officials
Sponsored by Boy Scout Troop 701
and Candidates Wednesday, April
Spaces Available: $10 each
21st, @ 5pm Seven West Bistro,
Contact: Fawn Hartline 410-661-7379.
drink & Food specials, senator Jim
Brochin, delegate Bill Frank, Babcock Church Spring Flea
delegate susan Aumann, and Market and BBQ
delegate steve lafferty. r.s.v.P. for Saturday, May 8th, @ 10:00am- 2:00pm.
dinner: 410-337-9378. Limit: 250. Rain Date May 15th.
Babcock Presbyterian church
Loch raven Lacrosse Spirit Day
Spaces available, $15
Saturday, April 24th, 2010. All teams
Contact: Emily Meoli 410-494-8641.
have home games. Food and Kids’
Activities.come support the home teams. LrV Bull & oyster roast
Saturday, May 15th @ 7-11pm
Joseph and the amazing techni-
Heritage Parkville Gardens
color Dreamcoat calvert Hall college
7631 Harford Road (Located in the
High school theatre department
Parkville shopping center)
April 16, 17, 23, 24th @ 7:30pm. April
Sponsored by ALRVTickets: $30.00/per-
18, 25th @ 2pm McManus Theater For
son Contact: Wade Barnes 410-870-2956
tickets email email@example.com.
LrV town hall Meeting
Wednesday, April 28th, @ 7pm.
Saturday, May 22nd, @ 8am to 12pm.
Pleasant Plains elementary school
(Or until dumpsters are full!)Pleasant
sponsored by senator Jim Brochin
Plains elementary school Parking lot.
Speakers: Chief of Police, James
sponsored by Alrv and Baltimore
Johnson & reps from Bc code
LrV neighborhood “Sweep”!
Will take place first week of May.
Baltimore county code enforcement May Issue Deadline: 04/23/10
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and on-time. Prepared to start immedi-
Ed’s Lawn Care Services never cut ately. 410-336-5271.
Your lawn Again! You Will Have the Best
looking lawn In the neighborhood. sat- a-aaa tree Service tree removal, trim-
isfaction Guaranteed! Grass Cut/Trimmed ming and thinning. shrubbery removal
/Clean Up, Semi-Detached $30-$50/End of and hedge work. 25 years of experience
Group $25-$40/Inside Group $15-$25. LRV and fully insured. loch raven resident, no
Resident for 28+ Years. Free estimates. job too small. John 410-321-0921.
Call Ed 410-371-5317. Powerwashing Junior at Archbishop
adept Lawn & Stump storm damage curley High school, needs to help pay for
cleanup. lawns mowed. tree and shrub high school/college expenses. Will power-
removal. Hedges trimmed. Free estimates. wash decks, porches, steps, sidewalks, fenc-
LRV resident. Call George 410-665-3683 es, sheds, siding, etc. supervised by caring
uncle nick, a resident of doxbury road.
heaths awning Services complete Call 410-262-6812.
service Provider. new customers call and
ask how you can reduce your service cost Bushes/hedges/trees trimming & shap-
by 40-50%. New and Refurbished Frames ing don’t just “cut” it but “trim and shape”
and covers, replacement Awning and it...there Is a big difference. Junior at Arch-
Winter covers, Awnings (Patched, re- bishop curley High school, needs to help pay
paired and reseamed) Frames (repaired, for high school/college expenses. Supervised
replaced or removed). Free estimates. by caring uncle nick, a resident of doxbury
Call 410-343-0081 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Road. Call 410-262-6812
happiness house Cleaners let me cus- Cullen Roofing & Siding Co. new roofs
tomize your house’s cleaning needs to fit & repairs, aluminum gutters & spouts,
your family’s lifestyle. My rates and service gutter guards & cleaning, trim work &
can’t be beat! For a free estimate call Angela siding. longtime lrv resident. call for a
at 410-812-7005. I live and clean in LRV. free estimate. 410-337-6777 or 410-665-1414.
Family owned and operated. M.H.I.C. #6460.
tJ’s Lawn & Landscape Prompt, courte-
ous, local service. lawns cut, with or with- Plumbing & Drain Cleaning service
out bagging. shrubs and hedges trimmed & repair, loch raven village resident.
properly. shrubs and hedges removed. Master Plumber, quality work, no job too
Garden care including clean-out, weeding small. Call John @ 410-296-4450
and mulching. Yard and leaf clean-ups. See Classifieds on back cover –
Hauling, light moving, and delivery. com-
plete outdoor services. 20 years experi-
ence. Call Terry, 443-275-2853. to PLaCE an aD:
Lawn Cutting Service I have been spe- submit your ad via email (pdf) to
cializing in lawn-cutting services in your email@example.com. Send a printed
community since 1998. I offer an honest, copy with payment to:
reliable and quality service at very reason- The Village Crier P.O. Box 9721
able prices. I take care of your property as Baltimore, MD 21284
if it were my own. If interested, please call No ads will be taken by phone.
Jim at 410-296-2092 for a free estimate.
rates: Classified Ads - $5.00 per
Plumber Your neighborhood plumber 25 words, 50 word max.
for all plumbing services, 25 years ex- Professional Services - $25.00 per ad,
perience, lrv Homeowner, reasonable 50 word max.
rates, dependable service. call Bill at
410-960-4751. Payable to: Associates of
loch raven village, Inc.
home repairs by Scott, LLC. Handy
note: All service Ads are to be paid in
Man services. Maintain the value of your
advance of publication.
home.Have small repairs taken care of be-
fore they become large repairs. reliable May Issue Deadline: 04/23/10
Furnished bedroom for rent in pri-
vate home on Drumwood Road. Rent $400
monthly plus $25 for internet. No smoking. Tom Baumeister
Use of kitchen and laundry. Call 410-823- LANDSCAPING SERVICE
LrV Babysitting single mother looking LANDSCAPE
to make some extra $. I have a teen-age
design • installation • maintenance
daughter and now have the time to baby-
sit in the evenings and on sundays. Please shrub removal • small tree removal
call Kim @ 410-303-6177.
fertilization • installation • aerating
lrV Cookbook over-seeding • sod
e n t r ies a n d o r ders I
– Due April 30th – Also: stump removal, grading,
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Support the 2010 410-692-6540
Fireworks Display! Thank you for your past support
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WhO’S your blOCK CapTaiN?
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Contact: any Board Member
& Grandson Bradley Ko
Drumwood Sue O’Neill
Edgewood (even #s) Stacey Tem
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shrub removal • small tree removal Feldbrook Please Vol
REPLACEMENT WINDOWSChuck Zelle
LAWNS WITH Keith, East TRIM Jacki Smith
fertilization • installation • aerating Glen Keith, West Avery Hard
over-seeding • sod BOW &Ridge WINDOWS Kimberly G
Greenway Gary Herw
INSULATED STEEL DOORS Corrine Rat
Loch Raven Village flags for sale!
show yourstump removal, grading,
Also: village pride with this hand- Kennoway Pat Keller
Kirkwall Janet Brow
some flag. trenching, tilling
Dark green (similar to the
LaSalle Jerry Heilm
village banners) with white and yellow
artwork. Pole not & Insured standard
Licensed included. EXPERTNess
Loch WORKMANSHIP Christophe
MHIC Please Vol
size. They are $15 each, and quantities Loch Shiel Mark Frank
are limited so don’t delay! Please send Mussula Please Vol
your Thank you for your past support Balti-
payment to PO Box 9721 410-256-4710
Myamby Kathy Faga
more, MD 21284.patronage!
and We’ll be happy to work 410-663-8446
Pleasant Plains Rob Metcal
out delivery or pick up. Pleasant Plains #2 M. J. Simm
Putty Hill Pat Oxnard
Aberdeen Please Volunteer
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