The Latest From The Eastport Civic Association ~ Annapolis Capital Punishment

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

The Latest From The Eastport Civic Association

See especially the part about The Shredder Truck. Maybe somebody will be schlepping all the lease negotiation notes and papers for The Market House

May 6, 2008

What's Below
May 15 ECA Meeting Speakers
Shredder Truck Coming to Eastport
Save the Date: Coconut Ball
Buy Your Home & Garden Tour Tickets
ECA General Membership Meeting
Thursday, May 15

The Eastport Civic Association's May membership meeting will take place in the gym of Eastport Elementary School. Join us for coffee, snacks, and a chance to browse displays provided by members of the Eastport Business Association, starting at 6:30 p.m. This will give ECA members a chance to learn more about the businesses in our neighborhood.

The meeting will begin promptly at 7:30 p.m., and will feature important guest speakers:

  • Michael Pristoop, new Chief of the Annapolis Police Department, will address the ECA.
  • Janice Hayes-Williams is an author and local historian whose family has lived in Annapolis since 1760. She is widely sought after for her expertise in a wide range of local topics, and she will share her observations on the history of public housing in Annapolis and the families who live there.
June 7 - Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

Shredding is the safest way to dispose of your personal documents. In the coming months, the Eastport Civic Association, in partnership with the Eastport Business Association, will bring a shredder truck to Eastport. On Saturday, June 7, the services of the shredder truck will be provided free of charge to ECA members between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The truck will be parked in the lot of the Eastport United Methodist Church, 926 Bay Ridge Avenue. Check your emails for updates and guidelines in the coming weeks.
Save the Date for the Coconut Ball
Saturday, May 31
Annapolis Maritime Museum Beach
6 - 10 p.m.

Several of your neighbors are planning to walk 60 miles in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk against breast cancer in the fall. To raise additional funds for breast cancer research the team, called "Save the Coconuts," is putting on the Coconut Ball in late May. There will be music by The Tiki Barbarians, a grand prize drawing for a pink bicycle being raffled off, give-aways, auctions and lots of fun for a good cause. To learn more and buy tickets, click here.

Home & Garden Tour Tickets Available Online
& From Local Merchants

Tickets for the Export Home & Garden Tour, on June 22, are available from these local merchants:
  • Ahh, Coffee!
  • Long & Foster Realtors
  • Fawcett Boat Supplies
You may also buy tickets online at the ECA website.


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