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    Royal Farms Store Re-Opening!

    From Councilman David Marks:

    I am pleased to announce that Royal Farms has signed a long-term lease to reopen the store on Providence Road near Campus Hills.

    The store will not have gasoline pumps.

    I am very happy this long-vacant space has been filled. Several weeks ago, after talking to Henry Callegary  with the local community association, I wrote to the property owner about the status of this long-shuttered property. Just last night, Senator Chris West and I met with the board for the Campus Hills Community Association. This issue once again came up.

    Welcome back, Royal Farms!

    Block Party

    Neighbors! Join us for our first National Night Out neighborhood block party in Campus Hills!

    August 6,   6-8 PM  Seaword Road

    There will be pizza, cookies, drinks, & snowballs provided by the Community Association. We’d love if you could bring a side or dessert to share!

    We’ll have a special Kids Zone with lots of fun activities, music, lawn games, PLUS a fire truck and police car to explore!

    Spread the word and let us know if you’re coming

    See our Facebook page to RSVP


    Are you getting ready for the Campus Hills Yard Sale, Saturday , June 8 from 8-1??
    See you then!

    Operation Gratitude

    Operation Gratitude is a large non-profit organization that seeks to support our First Responders and Military by suppling simple care packages that reflect a spirit of community support and gratitude. Operation Gratitude is hosting an “Assembly Day” for those care packages on Saturday June 1st from 10am-2pm at the B & O Railroad Museum.  They are gathering a large group of community volunteers to assemble several thousand small care packages to be distributed to Baltimore City and Baltimore County Police and Fire Departments the week of June 3rd– June 7th.  They are hoping to assemble volunteers from local communities for this Assembly Day. The organization is hopeful that numerous first responders will also be on hand in an effort to further support positive community relations with local first responders.  I have included several links about the organization and the required link to sign up as a volunteer for the event.  This event is an excellent service based opportunity for faith based groups, civic organizations, youth sports teams, and corporate organizations, to show community gratitude and support for local first responders.  



    *registration link for volunteers *  Baltimore Assembly Day

    video from our Assembly Day and deliveries to First Responders in Washington DC

    Anyone with interest and availability can contact me with any questions or concerns

    Officer William Burton #4353

    Youth and Community Resources Team

    700 E. Joppa Rd 21286

    (410)887-2175 Direct

    (410)887-5901 Office