Mohn re­caps Earth Day cleanup sta­tis­tics

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NO FINES FOR KIDS At the li­brary through La­bor Day, we will not charge any late fines on chil­dren’s items (ex­cept for DVDs). Ask the Cir­cu­la­tion Desk if you need more in­for­ma­tion.

••• FOR ADULT READ­ERS Reg­is­tra­tion will be re­quired by all adults for July 8 and July 9, to Groover­size with Mike Swagg at 3 p.m. each day. Get your sweat on in this aer­o­bics class when Mike Swagg vis­its the li­brary. There is limited space, so sign up to­day.

••• CRAFTS IN THE AF­TER­NOON Chil­dren of all ages are in­vited to the li­brar y on Thurs­day, June 30, at 2:30 p.m. for an af­ter­noon of craft­ing and art fun.

••• MOTHER GOOSE Chil­dren from 3 to 36 months will want to be at the li­brary on July 26 for Mother Goose on the Loose. Mark down the date and come in for nursery rhymes, songs, move­ment, pup­pets and a story. The fun be­gins at 10:30 a.m. July 26.


JULY FUN On Mon­day, July 11, those young­sters ages 2 to 5 will want to be at the li­brary for hands-on learn­ing about a sci­ence topic. Reg­is­tra­tion is re­quired, so sign up for this 10:30 a.m. pro­gram.

You can fin­ger paint on Fri­day, July 22, at 10:30 a.m., if you are ages 2 to 6 for this fun ses­sion.

For young peo­ple ages 2 to 8, we will have a stuffed an­i­mal sleep­over on Thurs­day, July 7. Drop off your stuffed an­i­mal at the li­brary for a sleep­over. Pick up your stuffed an­i­mal the next day and see all the fun they had.

Reg­is­tra­tion will be re­quired for all those ages 4 to 8, who will want to have a Fancy Nancy Tea Party on Fri­day, July 15, at 10:30 a.m., and again at 2:30 p.m. Dress in your best out­fit, and en­joy a book, craft and the tea party. Sign up to­day.

Ques­tions may be phoned in Mon­day through Thurs­day, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Fri­day and Satur­day 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., or Sun­day 1 to 4 p.m. Call 410745-0980 or 410-643-8161.

CENTREVILLE — April’s Week­long Earth Day Cleanup event was a great suc­cess thanks to the many res­i­dents who chipped in and helped, said Todd Mohn, director of Queen Anne’s County Pub­lic Works.

“Vol­un­teers cleaned up 137 miles of county roads, parks, schools, and trails,” Mohn said at the June 14, Queen Anne’s County Com­mis­sion meet­ing.

A total of 3.45 tons of trash and re­cy­clables were col­lected. Of the 3.45 tons col­lected, a total of 2.51 tons (5,020 lbs.) was trash, 0.61 tons (1,220 lbs.) was re­cy­clables, 0.23 tons (450 lbs.) were tires and 0.10 tons (100 lbs.) were metal items. Some of the more un­usual items col­lected in­cluded a cow staunch, ra­zor scooter, printer, metal stool, metal sign sup­ports and car­pet pad­ding.

The Mid-Shores’ Spring House­hold Haz­ardous Waste event was held in Queen Anne’s County last spring and brought in a record 560 ve­hi­cles with waste such as paint and elec­tron­ics, said Mohn. The next House­hold Haz­ardous Waste event will be Nov. 5, at the Mid-Shore Re­gional Land­fill in Eas­ton. Mid­Shore County House­hold Haz­ardous Waste events are spon­sored by Mary­land En­vi­ron­men­tal Ser­vice.

“We have be­gun plan­ning our fall clean-up event to be held Nov. 19 and 20,” Mohn said. The fall clean-up event will be just like the spring event, with the county con­tribut­ing gear such as gloves, bags and re­flec­tive vests.

More in­for­ma­tion can be found at or by call­ing the Queen Anne’s County De­part­ment of Pub­lic Works at 410-758-0920.

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