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Mon, Jun 6, 2016 — 3 Events

   
   Cedar Point Ladies Golf
Location: Cedar Point Golf Course, PAX River NAS    View Map
Date: 6/6/2016
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 1:00 PM (05:00 Duration)
Posted By: Shirley Vatter
Cedar Point Ladies Golf Association (CPLGA) plays EVERY Tuesday morning.
Arrive and be ready by 0815. Tee off starts promptly at 0830.
All skill levels are welcome. PGA Teaching Pro will be offering clinics during the season.
Join the 9 hole group or the 18 hole group.
Working woman option: Play any day before Sunday 5pm with a CPLGA member and turn in your signed score card.
Eligible members include all active duty, reserve, retired or military personnel or their dependents;
DOD federal personnel and family members employed at Patuxent River, St. Inigoes, or
Solomon’s Annex, Cedar Point Officers’ Club silver card holders, contractors, members of
the Navy League, and sponsored guests.
For more information:
Contact Pam at Pam447@me.com
Kimbra.benson@hotmail.com
Pat at rodschroeder@comcast.net
2016-06-06T08:00 2016-06-06T13:00 America/New_York Cedar Point Ladies Golf Cedar Point Ladies Golf Association (CPLGA) plays EVERY Tuesday morning. Arrive and be ready by 0815. Tee off starts promptly at 0830. All skill levels are welcome. PGA Teaching Pro will be offering clinics during the season. Join the 9 hole group or the 18 hole group. Working woman option: Play any day before Sunday 5pm with a CPLGA member and turn in your signed score card. Eligible members include all active duty, reserve, retired or military personnel or their dependents; DOD federal personnel and family members employed at Patuxent River, St. Inigoes, or Solomon’s Annex, Cedar Point Officers’ Club silver card holders, contractors, members of the Navy League, and sponsored guests. For more information: Contact Pam at Pam447@me.com Kimbra.benson@hotmail.com Pat at rodschroeder@comcast.net -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) Cedar Point Golf Course, PAX River NAS


   19th Annual St. Columba Lodge #150 Charity Golf Tournament
Location: Wicomico Shores Golf Club    View Map
Date: 6/6/2016
Start Time: 9:00 AM
End Time: 9:00 AM (00:00 Duration)
Posted By: Spring Dell Center
Join St. Columba Masonic Lodge #150 A.F. & A.M. for a day of golf at the 19th Annual Open Golf Tournament supporting Spring Dell Center’s programs for adults with disabilities. The tournament will take place at 9 A.M. Monday, June 6, 2016 at Wicomico Shores Golf Club, and will include a continental breakfast for players sponsored by Chick-Fil-A of La Plata. Event activities include “Closest to the Pin” and “Longest Drive” contests, four rounds of golf, a 50/50 drawing, door prizes, food, and beverage! The pre-registration fee, effective until May 21st, is $80 per golfer or $300 per foursome. After May 21st, the fee will rise to $90 per golfer and $330 per foursome. Sponsorships packages are available beginning at $80.00.

For more information or to purchase tickets/sponsorship contact Senior Deacon/Public Relations Officer, Michael Porter at spikep@hotmail.com or call 240-346-6621. For more information about St. Columba Masonic Lodge #150 A.F. & A.M. visit www.stcolumba150.org.

Spring Dell Center is a nonprofit agency providing community-based supports that focus on skill development, employment placement, social connections, and residential supports for people with developmental disabilities in Charles County. Spring Dell began its advocacy and programs in 1967 and since has developed an expertise using an interdisciplinary team approach. Today, the agency is ready for another change to transform to an employment and community first support agency that empowers people. To learn more visit: www.springdellcenter.org
2016-06-06T09:00 2016-06-06T09:00 America/New_York 19th Annual St. Columba Lodge #150 Charity Golf Tournament Join St. Columba Masonic Lodge #150 A.F. & A.M. for a day of golf at the 19th Annual Open Golf Tournament supporting Spring Dell Center’s programs for adults with disabilities. The tournament will take place at 9 A.M. Monday, June 6, 2016 at Wicomico Shores Golf Club, and will include a continental breakfast for players sponsored by Chick-Fil-A of La Plata. Event activities include “Closest to the Pin” and “Longest Drive” contests, four rounds of golf, a 50/50 drawing, door prizes, food, and beverage! The pre-registration fee, effective until May 21st, is $80 per golfer or $300 per foursome. After May 21st, the fee will rise to $90 per golfer and $330 per foursome. Sponsorships packages are available beginning at $80.00. For more information or to purchase tickets/sponsorship contact Senior Deacon/Public Relations Officer, Michael Porter at spikep@hotmail.com or call 240-346-6621. For more information about St. Columba Masonic Lodge #150 A.F. & A.M. visit www.stcolumba150.org. Spring Dell Center is a nonprofit agency providing community-based supports that focus on skill development, employment placement, social connections, and residential supports for people with developmental disabilities in Charles County. Spring Dell began its advocacy and programs in 1967 and since has developed an expertise using an interdisciplinary team approach. Today, the agency is ready for another change to transform to an employment and community first support agency that empowers people. To learn more visit: www.springdellcenter.org -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) Wicomico Shores Golf Club


   Southern Maryland Artifact Recovery Team
Location: Lexington Park Library Room AB    View Map
Date: 6/6/2016
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: (07:30 Duration)
Posted By: Jim Myers
SMART is a new club of metal detecting and treasure hunting enthusiasts, Who aim to:
Educate individuals new to metal detecting in the value of research, historical preservation, and proper artifact recovery techniques.

To maintain and support the Club to further the interests of its members in matters concerning metal detecting, treasure hunting, research ideas, education, proper techniques and volunteerism.

To educate, compile, record, and preserve historical data and locations.

To promote the exchange of information.
To foster fellowship by providing recreational metal detecting activities for members.

To educate individuals new to metal detecting in the value of research, historical preservation, and proper artifact recovery techniques.

That metal detecting is a rewarding and beneficial hobby to share with individuals or family.

That metal detectorists share a common responsibility to themselves, and to the metal detecting fraternity, to respect the rights of landowners and public officials in the preservation and protection of their property against trespass and repair damage caused by careless or uneducated metal detectorists.

That service to historic societies, law enforcement agencies, charitable organizations, and other personal requests for assistance is encouraged.

In furtherance of these aims, S.M.A.R.T. establishes this organization for the purpose of inspiring those standards of attainment and neighborly conduct.

Members of the Southern Maryland Artifact Recovery Team shall exemplify and promote the principles of these Bylaws and the Metal Detecting Code of Conduct in an honorable and respectful manor to bolster the reputation of the Club and the metal detecting hobby.
2016-06-06T18:00 2016-06-07T01:30 America/New_York Southern Maryland Artifact Recovery Team SMART is a new club of metal detecting and treasure hunting enthusiasts, Who aim to: Educate individuals new to metal detecting in the value of research, historical preservation, and proper artifact recovery techniques. To maintain and support the Club to further the interests of its members in matters concerning metal detecting, treasure hunting, research ideas, education, proper techniques and volunteerism. To educate, compile, record, and preserve historical data and locations. To promote the exchange of information. To foster fellowship by providing recreational metal detecting activities for members. To educate individuals new to metal detecting in the value of research, historical preservation, and proper artifact recovery techniques. That metal detecting is a rewarding and beneficial hobby to share with individuals or family. That metal detectorists share a common responsibility to themselves, and to the metal detecting fraternity, to respect the rights of landowners and public officials in the preservation and protection of their property against trespass and repair damage caused by careless or uneducated metal detectorists. That service to historic societies, law enforcement agencies, charitable organizations, and other personal requests for assistance is encouraged. In furtherance of these aims, S.M.A.R.T. establishes this organization for the purpose of inspiring those standards of attainment and neighborly conduct. Members of the Southern Maryland Artifact Recovery Team shall exemplify and promote the principles of these Bylaws and the Metal Detecting Code of Conduct in an honorable and respectful manor to bolster the reputation of the Club and the metal detecting hobby. -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) Lexington Park Library Room AB


   

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