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• Fri­day, July 10 and Satur­day, July 11: Jam-On Pro­duc­tions Mo­tor­cy­cle SwapMeet & Shows is host­ing a ride to Get­tys­burg, Penn­syl­va­nia, on July 10 and July 11. The meet­ing place both days is Har­ley-David­son of Bal­ti­more. Peo­ple are in­vited to ar­rive as early as 10 a.m. on July 10. Kick stands go up at 1 p.m. Peo­ple are in­vited to show up as early as 10:30 a.m. on July 11.

Meet some new friends and ride into Get­tys­burg like a boss! • Satur­day, July 11: Clean Bread and Cheese Creek Com­mu­nity Cleanups is hold­ing War of 1812 Mon­u­ments and Parks Cleanups from 8 a.m.-noon at Bat­tle Acre Park, 3115 Old North Point Road. For safety’s sake we will break vol­un­teers in to groups of less then ten peo­ple to cleanup each of the ar­eas if many vol­un­teers at­tend this event. When vol­un­teers ar­rive at Bat­tle Acre Park they will im­me­di­ately be giv­ing sup­plies and sent to a des­ig­nated area to be­gin clean­ing up so no one will have to linger to­gether in one area and we can safely so­cial dis­tance..

Thank you so very much for your in­ter­est in Clean Bread and Cheese Creek. We can cer­tainly use all as many vol­un­teers as pos­si­ble of all ages and abil­i­ties and we look for­ward to the pos­si­bil­ity of work­ing with you! We are all aware of the im­por­tance of our com­mu­nity’s his­tory and par­tic­u­larly the im­por­tant role it played dur­ing the War of 1812, Bat­tle of North Point. The im­por­tance of pre­serv­ing this his­tory can­not be over­stated. This event will be run in con­junc­tion Na­tional Pub­lic Lands Day.

Please join us on July 11, 2020 as we cleanup three of our com­mu­ni­ties War of 1812 Mon­u­ments: Bat­tle Acre Park, North Point Bat­tle­field Park, and the Methodist Meet­ing House Mon­u­ment. Regis­tra­tion will be lo­cated Bat­tle Acre Park, 3115 S North Point Road, Dun­dalk, MD 21222. Looks for the “Clean Bread and Cheese Creek Ban­ners. Regis­tra­tion will open at 8:00 am, and the cleanup will run from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm. We have also in­cluded a flyer for this cleanup for your use.

We run our cleanups as a fam­ily event with plenty of ways for vol­un­teers to par­tic­i­pate. We wel­come ev­ery type of per­son of ev­ery abil­ity level to con­trib­ute and as­sist with the cleanup. Though it is true we will need peo­ple to dig out shop­ping carts and haul trash to the dump­sters, we need peo­ple to run wa­ter, snacks, tools, and trash bags (both empty and full) to in­di­vid­u­als in the creek. Peo­ple to sort re­cy­clables from the de­bris re­moved. Peo­ple will be needed to help at regis­tra­tion, setup food and snacks as well as many other less stren­u­ous ac­tiv­i­ties. We are also au­tho­rized to sign-off on Com­mu­nity Ser­vice and Ser­vice Learn­ing Hours for stu­dents. The more peo­ple we have, the eas­ier the work will be for ever yone. We will pro­vide snacks and wa­ter as well as gloves. A lim­ited num­ber of tools are avail­able for sign-out, but sug­gest bring­ing your own if you have them

Vol­un­teers are also needed to ar­rive early and stay late for setup and break down. Pho­tog­ra­phers and Videog­ra­phers are also needed. The Greater Dun­dalk Cham­ber of Com­merce will hold a Farm­ers Mar­ket from 7:30 a.m.12:30 p.m. at 44 Ship­ping Place. The Farm­ers Mar­ket will be open ev­ery Satur­day at the same time and lo­ca­tion through­out the sum­mer. The Mary­land Zoo in Bal­ti­more will host a vir­tual be­hindthe-scenes tour from 11:30 a.m.noon. Get your tick­ets to see the Zoo like never be­fore, vir­tu­ally. Have you ever wanted to ven­ture in­side the world of our African ele­phants and learn first­hand from their animal care team? Our ded­i­cated elephant care staff will help you dis­cover these se­crets and more as part of a spe­cial vir­tual tour be­hind-the-scenes at

the Mary­land Zoo.

Join us on a vir­tual tour of our newly ren­o­vated African elephant barn, ask ques­tions live about the an­i­mals, the care they re­ceive, con­ser­va­tion ef­forts, and more.{/div}

Peo­ple can pur­chase their tick­ets at www.mary­land­• Sun­day, July 12:

A Black Lives Mat­ter protest will be­gin at 4 p.m. at Turner Sta­tion.

This is an in­vi­ta­tion to the com­mu­nity to walk from Turner Sta­tion Park to Dun­dalk Cen­ter to stand against Racism, In­jus­tice, & In­equal­ity! This march is in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Turner Sta­tion Conser va­tion Teams, Inc., Turner Sta­tion Rec Coun­cil, and lo­cal Pas­tors and the NAACP.

There will be sev­eral pits stops to pray, sing, chant, and do spo­ken word. The walk will be­gin at the Turner Sta­tion Park be­hind Friend­ship Bap­tist to Veteran Park at Dun­dalk Cen­ter and re­turn to end at the Turner Sta­tion Park. Please make sure you wear a face mask and bring wa­ter. Voter regis­tra­tion will be con­ducted on site. We need your voice. Please come out. For those who can’t walk there will be 45 min­utes of ac­tiv­ity at Turner Sta­tion Park and again at Vet­er­ans Park in Dun­dalk Cen­ter. You can meet and raise your voice in sup­port at ei­ther lo­ca­tion. New Light Lutheran Church will hold an in-per­son out­door wor­ship ser­vice, be­gin­ning at 10 a.m. What to ex­pect: a shorter ser­vice (around 30 min­utes) so­cially dis­tanced seat­ing (bring your own camp or lawn chairs),adapted com­mu­nion prac­tices, no touch shar­ing the peace sta­tion­ary not passed, of­fer­ing plate not passed, ever yone wears masks, no full voice singing – hum­ming or singing un­der your breath like a whis­per, no bul­letins, at­ten­dance tak­ing for con­tact trac­ing, no chil­dren’s ser­mon, no ac­cess to church bath­rooms, park­ing on side streets and not on the lot, no fel­low­ship or so­cial time, and see­ing the faces you have missed of your broth­ers and sis­ters in Christ pray­ing to­gether and feel­ing the Spirit.

There will be 10 park­ing spa­ces saved on one side of the lot for those who would like to wor­ship in their cars. You will be able to hear the ser­vice through your car ra­dio and can wor­ship in iso­lated and cool com­fort. These spa­ces are avail­able by call­ing the church (410-284-6840) and re­quest­ing one and will be reser ved on a “first come, first served” ba­sis with pri­or­ity given to our older and more vul­ner­a­ble mem­bers. • Satur­day, July 18 and Sun­day, July 19:

Todd’s In­her­i­tance will host Light­houses of the Pat­ap­sco River and Ch­e­sa­peake Bay, be­gin­ning at 10 a.m. both days. Start the 2020 sea­son with a free out­side event on our beau­ti­ful lawn. Face masks re­quired with so­cial dis­tanc­ing. Free ad­mis­sion to prop­erty with fee for in­side tours. Visit the ceme­tery & old farm equip­ment dis­play. Bring your lunch & lawn chairs to visit with neigh­bors and friends. En­joy beau­ti­ful farm & wa­ter­front views. House tours avail­able for $10/adult ev­ery hour from 10 a.m.2 p.m. but must re­serve a space. Lim­ited num­bers al­lowed hourly. House will be dis­in­fected each morn­ing be­fore open­ing. Hand san­i­tizer and wipes will be avail­able. If you have ques­tions, call Carolyn at 443803-0517. • Mon­day, July 20Thurs­day, July 23: The Dun­dalk Re­nais­sance Cor­po­ra­tion is ex­cited to an­nounce our vir­tual cel­e­bra­tion for our 2020 Mile­stone and Gem­stone Award win­ners! While we are dis­ap­pointed we won’t be able to con­grat­u­late our award win­ners in per­son, we be­lieve this is the best de­ci­sion to keep ev­ery­one safe from COVID 19.

We will kick our Mile­stone fes­tiv­i­ties on July 20 with a so­cial me­dia cel­e­bra­tion on Face­book and in­sta­gram. Fol­low #Mile­stone2020 to learn more about our awardees!

We will host a vir­tual award cer­e­mony for our win­ners on July 23 at 6:30 p.m. We hope you’ll join us in hon­or­ing the movers and shak­ers of Dun­dalk and all the great things they do for our com­mu­nity.

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