Meetings on the second Monday of every month start with a covered dish luncheon at noon, followed by a program of guest speakers or entertainment. Meetings are held at the Denton Church of the Nazarene, 10660 Greensboro Road, Denton. There are no meetings in July and August. Members donate their time, money, and goods to local non-profit organizations in the area. The group also sponsors a yearly free tax assistance service at each of the library branches. The tour committee sponsors trips that are open to the public.
The Boy Scouts of America is the Delmarva Peninsula's foremost youth program of character development and values based leadership training. In the future Scouting will continue to: Offer young people responsible fun and adventure; Instill in young people lifetime values and develop in them ethical character as expressed in the Scout Oath & Law; Train young people in citizenship, service, and leadership; Serve America's communities and families with its quality, values-based program.
Promotes the study and enjoyment of birds, knowledge about our natural resources and fosters its appreciation and conservation. Maintains a system of sanctuaries to encourage the conservation of birds and their habitats. Helps to record and publish observations of bird life. Volunteers accepted to help clean Pelot Sanctuary, go into schools and teach children about nature, and to lead bird walks. If you find an injured bird, please review the following document that explains how to care for it: www.mdbirds.org/conservation/rehab/rehab.html. To find a bird rehabilitator in your area, please go to the following website: www.mwra.org. For our Facebook page please visit: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Caroline-County-Bird-Club/138388266259687...
Board games are a great way to relax, have fun, get creative, challenge yourself or just spend quality one-on-one time with your friends and family without the distraction of electronics. Our group is open to all ages and gamers of all types, whether you enjoy the classics or newer gamers. Any kind of board, card, puzzle, dice, pen & paper, collectable trading cards and miniatures games are welcome! Contact us for more information.
We meet the last Tuesday of every month at the Caroline County Public Library from 6-9:30 pm in the large meeting room. A variety of games are provided, but we encourage members to bring their favorites to share. Email us or join our group for more information and other events.
We meet the third Monday of the month at 7:00pm. Meetings usually held at Subway on Legion Rd. Everyone who wants to help the youth of Caroline County are welcome to attend our meeting to see what you can do to help!!!
The Chesapeake Bay Community Band was formed in 1994 as the Kent Island Volunteer Marching Band and incorporated as a 501c3 Non Profit Organization. The group performs public concerts and provides musical support for community functions in Queens Anne's County Maryland and the surrounding Chesapeake Bay Region. The group became the Chesapeake Bay Community Band in October of 2009. As is the tradition with community bands, the group includes musicians from all walks of life. The band's repertoire includes marches, classic concert band literature and Broadway favorites. The Chesapeake Bay Community Band is opened to anyone who plays a concert band instrument and has the desire to perform in a community band. We are always looking for new members. The band rehearses Tuesday evenings from 7pm to 8:30pm at the American Legion located at 800 Romancoke Road, Stevensville, MD 21666.
We engage residents and visitors in the care and preservation of the Choptank River by identifying, documenting, mapping, and publishing information about historic sites and other cultural resources. Updated From Webpage.
Supports local hospice foundation and United Concerned Christians through monetary donations. Gives 3 $1,000 scholarships a year to local high school students. Also supports the local 4-H club and park. Serves food at the Summerfest and Tuckahoe Outlaw Days. Also supports various local organizations.
The Community Club of Preston was founded in 1923, and continues to be active as it nears its 100th anniversary. The Club meets the third Tuesday of the month from September through June, at 1:00pm at the Community/Lions' Club building, 114 Williamson Street, Preston, with some exceptions. Funds are raised by the Club through such activities as a Fashion Show/Luncheon and Christmas House Tour. Proceeds from their fundraisers go back in to the community via support of such groups and projects as the Preston Fire Department, Girls' State, local high school culinary departments, Power Purse ER Victims Project, Arbor Day Tree Project, Preston Elementary School, Colonel Richardson Middle School, and Colonel Richardson High School. The Club has purchased Christmas gifts for needy families, distributes trees on Arbor Day, conducted a coat drive, and offers scholarships to graduating Colonel Richardson High School Seniors. The Club is always looking for new projects to support, as well as for new members to help us accomplish our goal of supporting our local community. For more information reguarding possible assistance, or if you are interested in joining the Club, call 410-310-5454.