April 23rd, 2014

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Free Cultural Arts Expo

Please Join Delegate Melony G. Griffith For
The 2014
Cultural Arts
EXPO

Come experience Cultural Arts for you and your Family, Group & Community
Free Admission
April 26, 2014
9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.
Doors Open at 8:30 a.m
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The Show Place Arena
14900 Pennsylvania Ave, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
For More Information Call 301-858-3557
or email us at culturalartsexpo@gmail.com

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Plant Swap & Sale - SATURDAY, April 26th 9-1

Black Swamp’s 5th Annual

Plant Swap & Sale Grow It Fest!

    Bring labeled plants to swap for other annuals, perennials, herbs, vegetables, shrubs, trees, bulbs, seeds, farm and garden stuff. Plus - Rain barrel sale with rebates!

SATURDAY, April 26th, 2014

9:00am-1:00pm   Rain or Shine

(Plant Swapping begins at 10:00am)

Where: The restored Tobacco Barn at 19070 Poplar Ridge Rd. in

Brandywine, MD. Located 2/10th miles north of the intersection of Croom and Brandywine Roads (Routes 381 & 382)

FREE refreshments!

Support local grown—compost sale, plant sale, farm displays, gardening demonstrations, land preservation information and more!

For more information call Joanne Flynn at 301-502-3261

Sponsored by: The Black Swamp Creek Land Trust, Inc.

& The Greater Baden Aquasco Citizens Association & University of Maryland Extension, Prince George’s County

The University of Maryland Extension is an equal opportunity employer and equal access programs.
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EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM on SCHOOL BOARD ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES May 24

SAVE THE DATE!
Saturday, May 24
8507 Oxon Hill Road, Fort Washington, MD

CITIZENS FOR AN ELECTED BOARD PRESENTS THE FOURTH

Prince George’s County
EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM
on
SCHOOL BOARD ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES


A Comprehensive Inside View of
How our School System is Governed

NEW SCHOOL BOARD STRUCTURE
OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETING
LABOR RELATIONS
ETHICS
ACHIEVEMENT GAPS
FEDERAL AND STATE LEGISLATION
PARENT & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
SPECIAL PROGRAMS
THE NEXT FOUR YEARS
and MUCH MORE!

School Board candidates and the general public welcome!

Watch for formal announcement coming soon

      For more information:
      Email ElectedBoard@aol.com
      or call Jan Hagey  (301) 464-0171
                 Dave Cahn (301) 627-5126
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Working Women’s Issues Forum - Candidates for Upcoming Election - May 14

Coalition of Labor Union Women: Moving the Working Women’s Agenda Forward

Presents

Working Women’s Issues Forum
Wednesday
May 14, 2014
6:30 – 8:30 pm

Oxon Hill Library
6200 Oxon Hill Road
Oxon Hill, MD 20745

Invited Candidates respond to questions on:

CHILDCARE
EQUAL PAY
IMMIGRATION
SICK LEAVE

Plus updates on voter rights in Maryland!

Refreshments provided
Professional childcare (pre-registration required)

Sponsored by the Tri-County CLUW Chapter Organizing Committee
RSVP & Pre-register for childcare: Contact Angel Savoy at 240-551-4978 or mariaj25@yahoo.com
www.cluw.org