Eastport Civic Association Events ~ Annapolis Capital Punishment

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Eastport Civic Association Events

March 11, 2008

As a follow up to our meeting last Thursday, here is an opportunity for our community to get involved and make a difference. If you can volunteer your time for this valuable service, please contact the people below.

Thank you,
Vic Pascoe, ECA President

Want to do something about the root causes of crime?
Help with the

Tools 4 Success Workshop
Saturday, May 24
Help the Maryland Crime Prevention Association, the Maryland Community Crime Institute and the City of Annapolis in their efforts to reach out to at-risk youth at the second Tools 4 Success Workshop on May 24, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Stanton Community Center.


- Domestic Violence & Abuse
- Drugs and Alcohol
- Sexual Behavior

For ages 10 years and up. Youth rotate between workshops. We need volunteers who can help organize and transport kids, help get the word out, prepare lunch or are just interested in sitting in on the sessions.

For more information or to volunteer, contact Lt. Robert Beans, MCPA Area Leader, at 410-562-5364 or Chuck Weikel, MCPA Member, at 410-670-8066.

Thursday, March 13

AMM Winter Maritime Seminar Series: Shari Valerio
Shuckin' and Tongin': A Day's Work at McNasby's

As part of an oral history project for the Museum, Remember Inc. is collecting interviews with people who worked at McNasby Oyster Company. Their colorful memories are transformed into theatrical presentations. Two first person narratives debuted in the Grand Ole Osprey presentation in December. Combining some details of gathered history and oral history, Artistic Director Sharie Valerio will bring to life this special time and place. Held at the Museum's Barge House, Second Street at Back Creek, 7 p.m. Information

Saturday, March 15
Special Preview Screening of
Pip & Zatrow: An American Friendship

A special screening of Pip & Zatrow: An American Friendship, a film by local film makers Vicki Bruce and Karin Hayes, will be held on March 15 at 7 p.m. at Maryland Hall. The film is a true story of two men who cross racial boundaries during segregation in the 1940s with a life-long friendship that takes extraordinary turns. With humor and heartbreak Pip and Zastrow navigate through 60 years against the backdrop of the civil rights movement and a country that has yet to overcome deep seated racism and social inequity. Ticket information

Sunday, March 16
Eastport Democratic Club St. Patrick's Day Party
525 State Street

Festivities begin at 11 a.m. and include green beer races, a keg toss and live music. Corned beef & cabbage buffet, hot dogs & hamburgers. Information: 410 263-2022.


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