Community Calendar

Here's what happening at The Country Station!

  • Saturday, October 25
    • A Buddy For Life Inc Fall Festival
      Time: 12pm-4pm Location: 377 Hutton Rd Elkton MD 21921 Description: Fall Festival at A Buddy For Life Inc. Tours of the shelter, food, games, music, and plenty of doggy kisses and kitty cuddles! All proceeds go directly to caring for Cecil County homeless pets! Proceeds Benefit: Cecil County Homeless Animals For more information contact: Crystal Litteral 410-392-0000 or visit

    • ALL THEY NEED IS LOVE will be at Paws for People 6th Annual Wag-n-Walk & 5K Run
      Glasgow Park, Newark, DE 19702 ~ The entrance to the park is directly across from the Bear-Glasgow ~ YMCA (Rt. 40 & Lagrange Ave)- Saturday, October 25th, 2014 8:00 AM – 2:30 PM ~ The Wag-n-Walk is Paws for People's biggest fundrais­ing event of the year! Peo­ple of all ages get pledges from their fam­ily, friends, and neigh­bors and come together to run or walk in our 5K and/or walk in our 1-Mile Doggie Walk. Some create teams and others participate as individuals. Both events begin at the pavilion in Glasgow Park. Family-friendly fun, enter­tain­ment, food, ven­dors, and arts & crafts will be featured on the day of the event. Well behaved, licensed dogs are welcome to attend! ~ 5K Run/Walk, 1-Mile Doggie walk, Doggie contests, vendors, Music, Food, and more opens at 10:00 AM, doggie games and more! Enjoy the day, but make sure you stop by the All They Need is Love booth, meet Bernie, our loveable Basset adoptable and see our other adoptables. Can't wait to see you! WOOF

    • Association for Animal Rights Haunted Woods Fundraiser
      Association for Animal Rights is hosting Melinda's Haunted Woods. Do you dare take a terrifying walk through several acres of haunted woods with Zombies, Freddy, Jason, the Grim Reaper and much, much more! will be scared but your fright will help supply animals with food, shelter and medical attention. Hours are 8PM until 11PM and dates are, Friday's 10/17, 10/24 and 10/31 (HALLOWEEN) and Saturday's 10/18 and 10/25! Tickets are only $15. Melinda's Haunted Woods is located at 67 Main Street in Reisterstown, Maryland. 410-526-5224 Association for Animal Rights is a 501(c)3 non-profit, no kill animal rescue and shelter.

    • Good Will Fire Co. annual open house
      Time: Noon Til 3:30 Location: 401 South Street New Castle De Description: we are having our annual open house we will have Fire Dept Live Demo, Fire Safety House, New Castle City Police (Fingerprinting) Delaware State Fire School 911 Display, Marine Rescue Display, Del. State Fire Marshal\'s Office, Live Search With Thermal Imaging Camera. any many other\'s. also will have Free Hot Dogs, Sodas,7 Popcorn. hope to see you there. For more information contact: William Robinett (302)287-8826

    • Havre de Grace High School Music Booster
      Time: 7:30 a.m. Location: Tydings Park Havre de Grace Description: The 2nd Annual Havre de Grace High School Music Boosters 5K Run will be held in Havre de Grace , Maryland at Tydings Park on Commerce Street on Saturday , May 10, 2104. Proceeds from the race will be used to support the band and choral programs at Havre de Grace High School. The music programs rely heavily on it\'s Boosters to continue to supply funds to help keep the programs function. The race will be timed by Blue Cheetah Sports Timing and begins promptly at 8:30 Tydings Park. Pre-registration is $20 thru May 1st. Race day registration is $25 and will be held from 7:30 to 8:15 a.m. Race packets will include a race t-shirt and can be picked up the morning of the race. An Awards Ceremony will be held immediately following the race. First, Second and Third overall male and female will be presented with a plaque and monetary award. There will also be awards to the male and female runners with the fastet times in the following age groups:15 and under,16-19,20-29, 30-39,40-49, 50 plus. Light refreshments will be served. For more information or to receive a registration form go to the following link: www. _DE_Grace_High_School/364257474968384852306 or contact Denise Wilson at or call 410-939-6853 Proceeds Benefit: Havre de Grace High School band and choral programs For more information contact: Denise Wilson 410-9396585 or e-mail Denise at or visit De_ Grace _High_School

    • Havre de Grace Maritime Museum Chesapeake Bay Creepy Crawly Storytime
      Time: 10:30 am Location: 100 Lafayette St. Havre de Grace, MD 21078 Description: Join us for a Chesapeake Bay Creepy Crawly Storytime here at the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum. We will be having a craft and learn all about creepy crawly critters around the Chesapeake Bay. Halloween fun for the whole family! Presented by the Harford County Public Library. Proceeds Benefit: NONE For more information contact: 410-939-4800 or visit

    • Prince of Peace Catholic Church "Trunk or Treat"
      Prince of Peace Catholic Church is sponsoring a Halloween "Trunk or Treat" on Saturday, October 25, from 5:30 p.m. till 6:30 p.m. in the church parking lot, 2600 Willoughby Beach Road, Edgewood, MD. All children in the community under the age of 10 are welcome to dress up in their Halloween costumes and enjoy a safe and fun Halloween event.

  • Sunday, October 26
    • Fall-a-Palooza Oak Grove Baptist Church
      Sunday, October 26th, 3 to 6 pm Everything is free! This year, we are gladly accepting donations of non-perishable food for our food pantry. Live Music, inflatable games, food, archery, photo booth, and he well-known Trunk or Treat. Fun for everyone!2106 Churchville Rd, Bel Air, MD 21015 (410) 838-9898

    • Steppingstone Farm Museum Tales and Treats
      Time: 6pm to 9pm Location: 461 Quaker Bottom Road, Havre de Grace, MD Description: Tales and Treats with Heritage Museums of Havre de Grace- 6pm to 9pm, Admission $1 Head into the Halloween night for special Tales and Treats at all of the Heritage Museums of Havre de Grace! Special programs, storytelling, and treats at the Concord Point Light House and Keeper's House, the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum, Steppingstone Farm Museum, and the Susquehanna Museum at the Lock House, find the spooky side of history with each of our museums! Proceeds Benefit: Steppingstone Farm Museum For more information contact: 410 939 2299 or visit

    • Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure 5k (Team WayWick Sisters)
      Location: Hunt Valley, Maryland Description: My best friend and I will be participating in the Susan G. Komen 5k Race for the Cure. We are raising money under our team name WayWick Sisters. All donations go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. You can donate to Susan G. Komen through our team website or check out our incentive gifts for your donations mentioned on our Facebook event page. Proceeds Benefit: Susan G. Komen Maryland For more information contact: or visit

  • Saturday, November 1
    • HdG Maritime Museum Class "How to Read a Nautical Chart."
      Time: 9am - 1pm Location: HdG Maritime Museum, 100 Lafayette St., Havre de Grace, MD Description: The HdG Maritime Museum hosts the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary for the class, \"How to Read a Nautical Chart.\" This has been a very popular course in the past. Learn all about unraveling the mysteries of the seas, whether you\'ve been out on the water before, or are a beginning navigator. The basics of electronic navigation will also be covered as part of the course. Course fee: $35 Contact: Abe Spergel, 443-504-3880. For more information contact: 443-504-3880 or visit

    • Luna\'s House
      Time: 10 am to 2 pm Location: Luna's House 2801 Pulaski Highway, Edgewood Description: Raindate – Sunday, November 2, 2014; 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Open to all makes and models! Free to spectators. Tax-deductible donation for entries. All proceeds benefit the animals of Luna’s House. Proceeds Benefit: Luna's House For more information contact: Doug 410-456-2227 or Dave 410-937-6866 or visit

  • Monday, November 3
    • Union Dental Center Halloween Candy Buy Back
      Time: 9 am - 5 pm Location: 201 S Union Ave, Havre de Grace, MD 21078 Description: Union Dental Center is asking you for your help to satisfy the sweet tooth of our troops! Union Dental Center is hosting their second annual Halloween Candy Buy Back November 3rd through 7th. In exchange for wrapped candy Union Dental Center will pay $1.00 per pound of candy, up to 5 pounds! That’s a sweet deal and all the candy collected will be donated to our American Military members through Operation Gratitude. Operation Gratitude annually sends over one hundred thousand care packages filled with snacks, entertainment items and personal letters of appreciation addressed to individually named U.S. Service members. These care packages are delivered to our troops deployed in hostile regions, to their children left behind and to Veterans, First Responders, Wounded Warriors and their care givers. So bring in the sweets to Union Dental Center in Havre de Grace during their second annual Halloween Candy Buy Back, 9 am to 5 pm, Monday, November 3rd through Friday, November 7th. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Proceeds Benefit: Operation Gratitude delivers these care packages to our U.S. service members deployed in hostile regions, to their children left behind and to Veterans, First Responders, Wounded Warriors and their care givers. For more information contact: Union Dental Center 410-942-9616 or visit

  • Thursday, November 6
    • Harford County Bar Foundation “And Justice for All: Opening the Courthouse Door” Luncheon
      Time: 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Location: Holiday Inn Chesapeake House, 1007 Beards Hill Road, Aberdeen Description: Harford County Bar Foundation and the Harford County Pro Bono Committee are hosting “And Justice for All: Opening the Courthouse Door” on Thursday, November 6, at 11:30 a.m. at the Holiday Inn Chesapeake House in Aberdeen. The luncheon features presentations from local legal services agencies on the needs of the community to improve legal resources and increase program collaboration. Presentations will be made by agencies such as Community Mediation Program, Family Court Services, Harford County Bar Foundation, Legal Aid Bureau, Public Defender, Child Support Enforcement, Pro Se Assistance Desk and SARC. In addition, the Harford County Bar Foundation will release the results of a survey sent to 100 human services providers in the county to find out more about the legal needs of populations they serve. The goal of the survey is to improve the quality of legal resources available in Harford County by gaining familiarity with services already offered in the county and to improve program collaboration. The survey was conducted in late summer and early fall. Tickets to the luncheon, which are free of charge, should be reserved by Thursday, October 23, by calling 410-836-0123. Proceeds Benefit: Harford County Bar Foundation For more information contact: 410-836-0123 or visit

  • Saturday, November 8
    • 6th Annual Heather L. Hurd 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun Walk
      Time: 9 a.m. Location: Harford Community College, 401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air Description: The Sixth Annual Heather L. Hurd 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun Walk takes place at Harford Community College Saturday, November 8, at 9 a.m. The race honors the memory of Heather L. Hurd, a history major at Harford Community College from 1999 to 2003, who was killed in 2008 by a distracted driver who was texting. On-site race registration takes place in the Susquehanna Center auxiliary gymnasium from 8 to 8:45 a.m., with the race starting at 9 a.m. The race takes place on a USA Track and Field Certified Course. Each pre-registered participant will receive a T-shirt, refreshments after the race, a commemorative ice scraper and two tickets to a Fighting Owls doubleheader basketball game against Tennessee’s Volunteer State Community College December 13 starting at noon. Awards will be presented based on age groups and final times. The Oriole Bird, Chick-fil-A cow and Harford Community College’s Screech will be on hand to greet participants. Many activities will take place before and after the race. They include the Maryland State Police’s seat belt convincer, which will demonstrate the impact of an automobile crash and the importance of wearing a seat belt, and DUI goggles that will simulate the impairment and danger caused by drunk driving. Also on hand will be a texting-while-driving simulator that participants can use to experience how distracted driving impacts operation of an automobile. Exhibitors at the race include AAA Mid-Atlantic, Kent Schwab Allstate Agency, Baltimore Metropolitan Regional Traffic Safety Program, Bel Air Honda/Fiat of Fallston, The Bike Shop of Bel Air, Canby Motors, Cowan Systems, LLC, HCC Driver Education Program, Harford County Department of Community Services’ Office of Drug Control Policy, Harford County Sheriff’s Office, Maryland Insurance Administration, Maryland Teen Safe Driving Coalition and Mothers Against Drunk Driving. The registration fee for the race is $25 per person in advance (those signed up by noon on November 6) and $30 on race day. The cost is $15 for those under 18 years of age accompanied by a registered adult. Participants may pre-register for the race by visiting The walk/run was established by the Hurd Family and Harford Community College in 2009 to raise funds for the Harford Community College Remembrance Book Scholarship Fund and to raise awareness of traffic accidents, their consequences and what can be done to prevent them. Proceeds Benefit: Remembrance Book Scholarships For more information contact: 443-412-2449 or visit

    • KMC Maryland World Peace Temple
      Time: 6 to 9 pm Location: KMC Maryland World Peace Temple - 900 E Northern Pkwy Description: 15th Anniversary Party Fundraiser jan_seidenSaturday, November 8th @ 6 – 9pm Please join us to celebrate KMC Maryland’s 15th anniversary by enjoying party fundraiser with a delicious meal lovingly prepared by our World Peace Cafe Team, live entertainment, kids activities, and a special presentation on the history of KMC Maryland. At this special fundraising event there will also be silent auction items and raffle prizes where all proceeds will go to completing the shrine cabinet with glass panels, which will protect the sacred statues inside. This will be an enjoyable event for families & friends. Please bring one, two, or more people along with you! We will have two live pperformancesincluding Jan Seiden and the Baxter Duo. Jan Seiden, a 2-time nominee for the Indian Summer Music Awards, will be playing at our Fundraiser event! Immediately captivating, Jan’s soulful eloquence and exceptional technique transport listeners to a healing, inner tranquil state. Ms. Seiden’s music carries messages of global unity, peace and personal empowerment to federal agencies and to international humanitarian conferences and indigenous gatherings throughout the U.S. and Canada. For more information about Jan Seiden and her music visit her website at Baxter Duo – David and Sarah Baxter met teaching music lessons in the Boston area. They discovered their affinity for each other in 1996 playing duets for seemingly unlikely combinations like violin and trumpet, and viola and flugelhorn. David and Sarah continue to revel in making music together, melding many styles to create expressive music that is at turns energizing and comforting. They especially enjoy performing Sarah’s compositions. The event is held in celebration of International Temples Day, which is celebrated by Kadampa Buddhists worldwide. The International Temples Project is what has made the KMC Maryland Temple & Gardens for World Peace possible. Currently, they are helping new temple project in the Southwest and other parts of the US and the world. Learn more about this special day and the International Temple’s Project (ITP). Ticket prices are: $35, $50, $75, $100 or $25/person for groups of 4 or more. ($15 kids 12 – 16, 11 and under are free) -5 free raffle tickets at $50, 10 at $75, and 15 at $100 tickets. Please register by phone by calling 410-243-3837 or by emailing us at Thank you! Proceeds Benefit: KMC Maryland World Peace Temple For more information contact: Education Coordinator, 410.243.3837 or visit

    • Ladies Auxiliary of the Ocean City Vol. Fire Co.
      Time: doors open 5:30p games start 6:30pm Location: Ocean City Vol. Fire Co. Headquarters 15th St Description: Bag Bash BINGO featuring Thirty-One and Vera Bradley on Saturday, November 8, 2014 at OCVFD Headquarters, 15th St, 2nd Floor, Ocean City, MD. Doors will open at 5:30 pm with games beginning at 6:30 pm. Each item is filled with other special prizes. There will also be a 50/50 and Silent Auction plus delicious refreshments also available. Proceeds benefit LAOCFVC and OCFVC Cadet program. Thirty-One & Vera Bradley not affiliated with Bag Bash BINGO. Advance tickets $20 or $25 at the door. For more info or to get your advance tickets call 443-359-2014. Proceeds Benefit: LAOCVFC & OCVFC Cadet Program For more information contact: Denise 443 359 2014

  • Friday, November 14
    • Lewis Lane Players/Havre de Grace Drama Guild
      Location: \"Theater 351,\" Havre de Grace Activity Center Description: The Lewis Lane Players performance troupe of the Havre de Grace Drama Guild proudly present \"Alarms & Excursions,\" a hilarious farce from Michael Frayn, author of \"Noises Off!\" \"Alarms & Excursions\" is a collection of playlets that bemoan our reliance on technology, the uniformity of hotel rooms, and the often repetitive monotony of everyday life. Shows are Friday, November 14 at 7:00 and Saturday, November 15 at 1:00 and 5:30. Tickets are $12 for adults or $10 for children and seniors and can be purchased online at the link provided or in person at the Parks & Recreation office in the Havre de Grace Activity Center (351 Lewis Lane). For more information contact: Ken Coughlan (443)987-4395 or visit

  • Saturday, November 15
    • Immaculate Conception Church 40th Annual Christmas Bazaar
      Time: Sat. 11/15 9am-5pm; Sun.11/16 8am-2pm Location: Immaculate Conception School, 452 Bow St. Elkton, MD Description: 40th Annual Christmas Bazaar November 15th, 9 a.m.-5p.m., November 16, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Special Appearance by Cecil Dancers on Saturday, and Bobby Ann Dancers on Sunday. Enjoy Breakfast with Santa Saturday morning, food, baked goods, kids activities, raffles, chances, and holiday shopping with over 65 crafters/vendors. Immaculate Conception School, 452 Bow St., Elkton, MD For more information go to Proceeds Benefit: Immaculate Conception Parish For more information contact: Peggy O\'Donnell 410-398-1100 or visit

  • Saturday, November 22
    • Christiana United Methodist Church All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner and Basket Bonanza Silent Auctio
      Time: 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm Location: Fellowship Hall, 21 West Main St., Christiana, DE 19702 Description: Benefit-All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner and Basket Bonanza Silent Auction, tickets $10 adults, $5 children over age 5, Eat In or Take Out for tickets call (302)547-9935. Proceeds Benefit: Christiana United Methodist Church For more information contact: Vivian Windsor (302) 547-9935

    • St. Mark's Episcopal Church Homemade Soups (by the quart), Candies and Cookies
      Time: 9am - 2pm Location: 175 St. Mark's Church Road, Perryville, MD 21903 Description: Christmas Shoppe Homemade Soups (by the quart), Candies and Cookies Various Vendors Plus Silent Auction featuring wonderful Christmas gift items!!! Proceeds Benefit: St. Mark's Episcopal Church and its outreach programs For more information contact: Barbara Weaver 410-299-4232

  • Sunday, December 7
    • Uaw Local 1183 Holiday Bazaar
      Time: Noon-6pm Location: 698 Old Baltimore Pike Newark, de Description: Holiday Bazaar for all ages..Mommy's can drop kids off at Santa's Workshop while they shop. Kids will play games,take pictures with Santa make Crafts to take home and decorate Cookies. Parents can shop with over 20 Vendors and Crafters. Proceeds Benefit: Emergency Food Closet For more information contact: 302-738-4500

  • Sunday, February 22
    • Harford Community College Alumni & Friends Association Winter Wine Expo
      Time: 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Location: APG Federal Credit Union Arena Description: The Harford Mutual Insurance Companies presents the 16th Annual Harford Community College Winter Wine Expo Hosted by Harford Community College Alumni and Friends Association & Wine World Beer and Spirits. Sunday, February 22, 2015 from 3-6 p.m. APG Federal Credit Union Arena At Harford Community College Sample fine wines from around the world, taste great craft brews, and savor delicious food from some of the area’s top restaurants. Other highlights include chances to bid on unique auction items, try your luck in several raffles, and order wine and beer at discounted prices. Become a sponsor and join us for a private tasting reception. This exclusive event will take place prior to the Wine Expo. Sponsors will enjoy exquisite local fare paired with the finest selection of beer and wine samples. Tickets: $40 in advance / $50 at the door $20 designated driver Must be 21 years old to attend Purchase tickets at Harford Community College, Wine World Beer & Spirits or at Proceeds Benefit: Harford Community College Alumni & Friends Association For more information contact: Julie Rozankowski 443-412-2449 or or visit

Ongoing Events

  • A Buddy For Life, Inc. & Cecil County Animal Care and Control
    A Buddy For Life, Inc. was started in 2006 as a small foster based rescue. Our founder was inspired to do rescue by a Chocolate Lab that she found wondering along a busy road. The owner of the dog was never found. A new family for “Buddy” was found through a local rescue. A Buddy For Life Inc. was created in honor of “Buddy.” Since our inception we have grown into a larger foster network, and now into our own shelter. Our Mission At A Buddy for Life Inc, we believe that every living creature deserves love and security, and to be treated with the respect and responsibility that come with belonging to a family. Our goal is to save the lives of as many dogs as possible, making sure that each of those lives, in turn, touches another. To support that goal, AB4L finds foster families to protect those who would otherwise be discarded and to teach the abused that they are worth our time and affection; we provide a chance to those who have been forgotten or never even known, and the dogs we rescue bring joy to those who open their homes and hearts to our ever-growing family. Through the hard work of many and the grace of second chances, we are working to make sure that more lives may be changed for the better by having A Buddy for life. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our EIN number is 22-3921170. Cecil County Animal Care and Control We are happy to announce that effective January 1, 2013, A Buddy For Life Inc. will be performing Animal Care and Control Services for Cecil County, Maryland. Our new address is 377 Hutton Road Elkton, Maryland 21921. Our phone number is 410-392-0000. Our office/adoption hours are Monday through Thursday 12:00pm to 7:00pm, Friday 10:00am to 5:00pm and Saturday 12:00pm to 4:00pm. Cecil County Residents: Animal Control Service hours will reflect Cecil County Government hours. Therefore, our Animal Control officers will be on duty Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm and on call for after hour emergencies. Emergencies are defined as: A life threatening situation when it is claimed an animal is a threat to human life, severely injured domestic stray animals, and reports of animal cruelty requiring immediate intervention. Emergency calls that do not meet the criteria above will be responded to during our next business day. If you have lost your pet please go to our stray animals section to search for your pet or call us to place a lost report.

    Every day 2000 children are reported missing. Every year 200,000 children are taken by family members. 58,000 children are victims of non-family abductions. The key to recovering these children is quick action by parents and law enforcement. A statistic by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children states that “the first 2 hours after a child is abducted are the most critical.” ~~ EZ CHILD ID SYSTEM PROVIDED IN COOPERATION WITH MOOSE INTERNATIONAL AND SAFE SURFIN, NOW AVAILABLE FOR MD DE DC MOOSE LODGES ~~ The Manufacturer has worked with law enforcement officials to ensure that our digital fingerprinting system is up to their standards. We have taken it one step further and included a digital fingerprint analysis software package to make sure all the necessary“points” on a fingerprint are obtained. We ensure that we capture all the vital information required by the Amber Alert system. EZ Child ID form includes all 10 fingerprints and is saved in the universal PDF format. The parent not only receives printed an EZ Child ID form, they also get a CD with all the information on it. This allows the parent the opportunity to reprint the EZ Child ID form at home if they desire. To help protect from identity theft, our software was written so that no information from the child is saved on the computer. Once you start over, all of the data is permanently erased. The parent is the only person who retains their child’s information. ALL DONE AT NO CHARGE. THE LODGE MAY HAVE TO BUY CDR ESTIMATED COST $20 PER 100. ANYONE WANTING TO USE THIS WONDERFUL TOOL AT A MOOSE EVENT CONTACT JOHN KITCHEN THE MD DE DC MOOSE ASSOC. SAFE SURFIN CHAIRPERSON. 410-996-4775 OR ONLINE AT WWW.MDMOOSE.ORG (SCROLL DOWN THE PAGE FOR EZ CHILD IS SYSTEM FLYER). WE WILL MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO GET TO YOUR EVENT AND TRAIN YOU ON THE SYSTEM. WHEN SET UP YOU NEED AN ELECTRICAL OUTLET AT LEAST A FOUR FOOT TABLE, 2-3 CHAIRS AND A TENT OR POP UP COVER.

  • Attention: Foster Care needed for The Humane Society of Harford County
    Love Kittens but you're not ready for a long-term commitment? Please consider Fostering!! Please visit the pet page for contact information and to learn more about fostering opportunities. Last year, HSHC received over 400 kittens that required foster care. This litter season will be just as busy. HSHC has already received dozens of kittens this spring and expects to receive hundreds more as the summer goes on. “It happens every spring and summer, and the sheer number of incoming animals can be overwhelming,” says Mary Leavens, Executive Director. “We need foster parents to provide love and care until the kittens are old enough to be adopted.” Foster parents provide temporary homes so kittens can grow in loving, nurturing environments until they are 8 weeks of age and will return to the shelter and be adopted into forever homes. Please call to learn about how you can help homeless animals in Harford County!!

  • ATTENTION: Lost your Pet? Call The Humane Society of Harford County!
    If you have lost your pet in Harford, Cecil or other local area please contact The Humane Society of Harford County at 410-836-1090. If your pet is lost please call HSHC as soon as possible with a description and pet name. Many times a lost animal might be found and dropped off at The HSHC up by a caring stranger. Please visit for ways to help or learn more about the dedicated work of The Humane Society of Harford County.

  • Be a Election Judge in Harford County
    Harford County Board of Election is currently seeking interested individuals to work as election judges for the upcoming 2014 Gubernatorial Election cycle. If you or someone you know is interested, visit their website at Click the “How to Become an Election Judge” icon on the lower right. Download the application in the upper right corner and return your completed form to The Harford County Board of Elections. For more information, contact Lisa at 410-809-6007. For information: or Contact: Phone: 410-809-6011

  • Boscov’s White Marsh Pet Displays from The Humane Society of Harford County
    Boscov’s White Marsh Puts Shelter Animals on Display from The Humane Society of Harford County The Humane Society of Harford County (HSHC) is full of wonderful furry friends just waiting for someone to love them. But unless you’re thinking of adopting, all those great pets probably aren’t given much consideration. So what better way to advertise an adoptable pet than a place you might go to buy the things you need to make your house a home: Boscov’s. Boscov’s at White Marsh Mall has teamed up with The Humane Society of Harford County (HSHC) to promote the idea that no home is complete without a pet. Five life-size cardboard cutouts of dogs and four cutouts of cats will be placed throughout the Boscov’s department store in Maryland. Shoppers visiting Boscov’s will be able to envision what a new pet companion would look like hanging out in their homes – and will hopefully be inspired to adopt, or at least get involved to help homeless animals at HSHC in Fallston. Each pet is outfitted with a collar and a sign that asks shoppers to consider adopting a pet, donating to help with their care, volunteering or fostering a needy animal. Each option on the sign is associated with a unique QR code which, when scanned with a smart phone, will lead store visitors to HSHC’s website to learn more about how to help homeless animals at the shelter. Shoppers might come to Boscov’s looking for a new outfit, mattress, or a fragrance but will leave inspired to adopt a new best friend. To kick off the promotion, actual dogs that are up for adoption at HSHC will visit Boscov’s on Friday, July 25th from 10am until noon with hopes to find forever homes. Grace Kalma, Public Relations Regional Manager at Boscov’s said the department store is pleased to help promote animal adoptions because Boscov’s believes in giving back to the community. “Year-round, Boscov’s is actively and intimately involved with the non-profit organizations in each of our local communities,” Kalma said. “It’s important to us to directly help all of our neighbors; both two-and four-legged.” “We’re hoping to reach a new audience of people who might already be considering adopting a pet or who may not know how close we are to the White Marsh area,” said Mary Leavens, executive director of HSHC. “Even if shoppers don’t come to adopt, this partnership is still a success because it raises awareness about the many wonderful animals waiting for forever homes at our shelter and the opportunities that exist to help those animals.” To learn more about the animals available for adoption at HSHC, including not only dogs and cats, but also small animals and farm animals, visit About The Humane Society of Harford County The Humane Society of Harford County, Inc., (HSHC) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to the welfare and well-being of the approximately 4,500 animals that come to us each year. We promote the kind treatment of homeless, stray and abandoned animals by providing shelter, care, adoptions, and community education. HSHC also owns and operates Rescue Me! at Harford Mall, the region’s first deluxe cat adoption center and boutique located in a shopping mall. We are not a county agency nor are we affiliated with any national or regional organization. Your tax-deductible donations, bequests, and proceeds from events are crucial to our life-saving efforts on behalf of the animals of our community. About Boscov’s Boscov’s with 43 stores in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware and Ohio, has been providing customers with a wide selection of merchandise, competitive prices and superior service for nearly 100 years. The company is committed to the communities it serves and has a long and distinguished history of civic and charitable activities. Boscov’s serves consumers across the county with a strong online shopping capability at, reinforcing Boscov’s position as the largest family owned independent department store chain in the nation.

  • Harford County: Substance Abuse Support Group Meetings every Tuesday
    As an extension of its existing Addictions Services, the Harford County Health Department is providing a free support group for families of individuals with substance abuse problems, from 6:00 – 7:00 pm on Tuesday evenings on the third floor of their offices at 120 S. Hays Street, Bel Air, MD. The group is open to anyone 18 years of age or older affected by someone else's substance abuse, including immediate and extended family members and friends. The individual need not be in treatment at the Health Department for family members to attend. No registration is necessary and people can join at any time. If you have any questions, please contact our Addictions Services Division at 410-877-2340.

  • HELP the Chesapeakle Feline Association build a new Shelter
    Chesapeake Feline Association (CFA) is an all volunteer,community-based organization with a "no kill" policy. CFA is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization functioning solely on donations. Our Mission is to reach out to the community to save the lives of abandoned, abused, homeless, sick and injured cats and kittens until permanent homes can be found. This is achieved by compassionately rescuing, providing shelter, fostering, adopting, hospice care and full service veterinary services in a loving and compassionate environment. Some of our programs * Low Cost Spay/Neuter Vouchers * Rabies Clinics * Microchip Clinics * Seniors for Seniors Program You can mail contributions to: Chesapeake Feline Association, Inc. P.O. Box 925 Perryville, MD 21903 Paypal is available at our website To volunteer please visit or call 410-920-1831 CFA is now a proud partner of the Cecil County United Way. To contribute to CFA through the United Way just write in Chesapeake Feline Association. Thank you for supporting our great work!

  • Need Help Quitting?
    Tobacco use still plays a part in 1 of 5 deaths in the U.S. If you want to quit, the Harford County Health Department offers free classes and participants may be eligible for nicotine replacement products at no cost. Call 410-612-1781 for information or to register.

  • Project Crossroad Youth Programs committed to improving the futures of the youth of Cecil County.
    Young people are faced daily with crossroads in life. Should I drink alcohol? Experiment with drugs? Break the law? Finish High School? Project Crossroad exists to offer support to young people during this pivotal time of development. With an emphasis on education, a strong mentoring program and a variety of programs.Founded in 2007, Project Crossroad exists to educate, encourage and equip youth. The programs outlined (ADVANCE, ASCEND, ACHIEVE) herein are designed to meet the varied needs of at-risk youth through proven programs, mentoring, outstanding case management, and community support ACHIEVE A LifeSkill Program Botvin Training is a program for youth in elementary, middle and high school. Our LifeSkills instructor travels to county schools and meets with youth who have been identified as at-risk. Over several weeks students receive instruction in: Drug / Alcohol Abuse Prevention, Communication Skills, Anger Management, Decision Making, Dealing with Stress, Conflict Resolution, Self-Esteem, Social Skills and more. LifeSkills Training has been shown to reduce substance abuse by 80% with results that last for up to 10 years. ACTIVATE A five week program designed for students ages 8-12, to facilitate continued education over the summer and encourage student engagement in healthy practices. The camp will operate from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day and will provide lunch for all students. Physical fitness activities and educational opportunities for the students are the primary focus of this program. Each day, the students will participate in lessons based on the specific sport being taught that week. These lessons will take place at the local park. Students will also participate in daily math and science lessons. Our goal is to help students increase their knowledge of math and science while also remaining physically active. ADVANCE Advance is designed to provide early intervention for children 8-16 who have been identified as potentially delinquent. Through the provision of one-on-one case management and services specific to each child’s / family’s needs, Advance offers LifeSills Training, counseling, anger management and more. Youth are also paired with a mentor and offered opportunities to complete community service requirements. ASCEND The Ascend Program serves young people between the ages of 16-21 who have dropped out of high school and are seeking their G.E.D. In addition to providing funding for students to attends G.E.D. classes at Cecil College, Ascend also offers pre-employment training and vocational training opportunities. Through Ascend, Project Crossroad is committed to partnering with local businesses to find employment for program participants. Ascend is also dedicated to working toward Maryland’s “Ready by 21” initiative which is designed to prepare youth for college, work and life. MOMENTUM Designed to provide more than just a safe place for kids to go after school, Momentum combines homework assistance / tutoring, structured recreation activities, character education and a nutritious meal for students at Elkton Middle School. Our enrollment is limited to just 25, ensuring each student receives lots of one on one investment from qualified staff. ACHIEVE, ADVANCE, ASCEND, and MOMENTUM do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, disability, or sexual orientation in providing access to programs. Programs funded through the Governor’s Office for Children. Project Crossroad Youth Programs- if you are interested in any of the programs, ACHIEVE, ADVANCE, ASCEND, and MOMENTUM, listed above please call their office @ 443-350-9796 or for more information go online @ www.projectcrossroad .org

  • Response-a-Bull Rescue in Wilmington, Delaware NEEDS YOU!!
    Response-a-Bull Rescue is a non-profit, 100% volunteer-run organization located in Wilmington, Delaware that is devoted to the pit bulls and bully breeds who are so greatly misunderstood. Response-a-Bull Rescue is looking for dedicated volunteers to assist with dog walking, especially for morning shifts. Our dog-walking volunteer hours are from 9 am-12 in the morning and from 6-8 pm in the evening, seven days a week. We do not require that a certain amount of volunteer hours be met, or that an entire shift be worked - just an hour or so of your time once or twice a week is enough to make a difference in our shelter dogs' lives! Please note that, due to our insurance policy, you must be 18 years of age to help at the shelter. If interested in volunteering as a dog-walker, please email to get started! Visit for more information about our organization.

  • Survivors of Abuse in Recovery, Inc. (SOAR)
    SOAR, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing mental health services for those who are affected by sexual abuse, regardless of their ability to pay for services. Incorporated as a 501 (c) (3) organization in 1992, Survivors of Abuse in Recovery, Inc. (SOAR) is a statewide recovery program which provides counseling, referral, and education services to adult, adolescent and child survivors of sexual abuse and assault, their non-offending partners, and non-offending family members. SOAR also provides outreach programs to community organizations and businesses. ~ In addition to the ongoing evaluation of each client by a trained clinician, the effectiveness of SOAR’s treatment program for children and adolescents is measured with the trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC), which is administered to teens before and after each cycle of the group treatment program they participate in. Children complete the TSCC at the beginning of treatment, after six sessions, and at the end of treatment or after one year, whichever comes sooner. The effectiveness of SOAR’s treatment program for adults is monitored with the Symptom Checklist-90 (SCL-90), a standard questionnaire that measures a client’s self-reported symptoms in nine specific psychological problem areas. Clients complete the SCL-90 four times before, during, and after treatment.~ For more information or to schedule an appointment call: New Castle County (302) 655-9049 ~ Newark (302) 655-3953 ~ Kent County (302) 422-3811 or Sussex County (302) 645-4903

  • The Humane Society of Harford County Inc. (HSHC) and Pets for Patriots, Inc.
    The Humane Society of Harford County Inc. (HSHC) and Pets for Patriots, Inc. have joined forces to give active, disabled and retired military service members and their families the gift of a pet’s unconditional love, while providing dogs and cats with a second chance at life. Through this partnership, Pets for Patriots will connect our area’s loyal service men and women to HSHC, and HSHC will introduce them to eligible homeless dogs and cats that are looking for permanent homes. Individuals are eligible from any United States armed forces and at any stage of their careers – active, reserve, National Guard, retired or veteran. Eligible adoptions must meet one of the following criteria: dogs or cats two years and older, dogs 40-pounds or larger regardless of age, and special needs dogs and cats. The Humane Society of Harford County will help any veteran in the Pets for Patriots program find a needs- and lifestyle-appropriate pet. Enrolling in the Pets for Patriots program is free and in return, HSHC will provide a 20% adoption discount. In addition, several local veterinary clinics are offering discounts on veterinary services for approved Pets for Patriots members. Additional veterinarians are added to the program as they are approved. “Our goal is to help our adoption partners re-home harder-to-place pets that still have years of love and life to give,” says Beth Zimmerman, founder and executive director of Pets for Patriots. "Companion pets are known to provide real physical and emotional benefits to their guardians, including those suffering from post-combat stress, depression, isolation or physical disability. We’re delighted to work with The Humane Society of Harford County to give these at-risk pets a second chance at life and, in so doing, to enhance the lives of veterans living in the community." HSHC quickly saw the potential to find adult dogs and cats permanent homes with service members. “We are able to place about 1,500 pets each year,” says Mary Leavens, Executive Director of the Humane Society of Harford County. “Through our partnership with Pets for Patriots, we hope to provide forever homes to even more loving animals with the many military personnel and veterans in our area.” Service men and women interested in the program must first apply through Pets for Patriots and provide proof of their military service. Approval typically takes one or two business days, after which the military member can visit HSHC for assistance in choosing a new pet friend. About The Humane Society of Harford County, Inc. The Humane Society of Harford County, Inc., is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to the welfare and well-being of the approximately 4,500 animals that come to us each year. We promote the kind treatment of homeless, stray and abandoned animals by providing shelter, care, adoptions, and community education. We are not a county agency nor are we affiliated with any national or regional organization. Your tax-deductible donations, bequests, and proceeds from events are crucial to our life-saving efforts on behalf of the animals of our community. Visit for more information and follow us at About Pets for Patriots Pets for Patriots, Inc., is a registered 501(c)(3) charity that connects hard-to-adopt shelter pets with service and veteran members of the United States military. Its mission is to consistently give the gifts of fidelity, joy and companionship to both pet and person. Pets for Patriots is one of the only organizations in the country dedicated to both at-risk pets and military members. Visit for more information, follow on Twitter at become a Facebook fan at

  • You Are Not Alone Veterans Foundation
    You Are Not Alone Veterans Foundation proudly serves Veterans and their Families! We provide resources and expertise to assist with obtaining housing, recieving entitled benefits, maximizing employment opportunities, and providing counseling whenever needed. Our veterans are returning to an economy challenged by record unemployment rates and a stagnant job market. At the federal, state and local levels we are failing to help veterans transition from military service to the civilian work force. After World War II, exemplary programs and support for veterans created the American middle class and helped the “greatest generation” to become great. We owe this generation nothing less. We are dedicated to helping our veteran’s who are in need. It is our mission to help by responding to the emergency needs, personal or financial, of every veteran that is in need throughout the united states, and acting as liaison between the government and the community in safeguarding the rights of these veterans. According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, far too many veterans are homeless in America—between 130,000 and 200,000 on any given night—representing between one fourth and one-fifth of the homeless population in the united states. It is our mission to lower this percentage by helping veterans to overcome all obstacles to employment and obtaining VA compensation and benefits in order to obtain adequate housing and living essentials. ~ With your support we can make this country a better place for all veteran’s who have fought for this country. Please visit, email or call 302-751-0177 for ways to help, see upcoming events and to find out more on how you can be a hero to past, present and future United States veterans.

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