Do you love the love story of Romeo and Juliet, but struggle with the language of Shakespeare?
Imagine how great it would be if you could experience a hip, modern version of this classic love story in just under an hour and a half!
You don't have to imagine it! The Maryland Shakespeare Company is bringing it to you, played by just four actors in modern language, and right here in Federalsburg!
Don't miss Romeo and Juliet on Thursday, March 20th, 7:15PM at the Caroline County Public Library's Federalsburg Branch.
This program is supported by funds from the Maryland State Arts Council and the Caroline County Council of Arts. Admission is free.
We will hold our first ever "State of Federalsburg" Town Hall Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Monday March 24, 2014. If you are really interested in helping Federalsburg move forward and be all that it can be, you need to attend and bring your friends and neighbors. How many times in the past have you been asked to get involved and be a part of the progress? This is your chance. Get up-to-the-minute information from all of our department heads. If you are on facebook, I would like to ask that you post the meeting on your time line. We want to get the word out. We don't want anyone saying "I didn't know".
Do you own a business or work at one of the 158 business in Federalsburg? Are you a pastor or member of one of our 25 local churches? Are you a member of Planning and Zoning, P & Z appeals board or Parks & Rec. board? Are you a member of the Federalsburg Business Alliance or the Federalsburg Economic Development Association? Are you a resident of 21632 who is ready to join the “Army” to make Federalsburg the town you remember and want? Are you a landlord who wants to know where you stand with the residents of owner occupied homes in Federalsburg? Are you a member of one of our many civic organizations who contribute so much to our town? Are you an educator at one of our schools? Are you a student at any of our schools? Are you a member of the Federalsburg Fire Company? Are you an elected official or part of a support team in the County, State or Federal government? Are you a member of any of the law enforcement agencies that assist our local Police? Are you an investor in growth properties and developments in Federalsburg? Do you work at any of the medical facilities serving Federalsburg? Are you considering a move to Federalsburg as a homeowner or business owner? Are you a member of the press?
If you answered YES to any of the questions above or even if you didn’t, you need to attend the FIRST EVER “State of Federalsburg” presentation on Monday, March 17th at the Senior Center, located at Town Hall. Approximate start time is 7:00 p.m.
The Council will hold it’s regularly scheduled “special meeting” in Council Chambers, which start at 6:00 p.m. where we will be conducting business before the public. After this meeting is adjourned we will hold our “State of Federalsburg” presentation in the Senior Center upstairs. We will be presenting an overview of where Federalsburg stands now and our approved projects for the future.
1. Provide as many people as possible with up-to-date information about Federalsburg.
2. Inspire residents to form a citizens action group or groups to drive projects such as, Log Cabin Restoration, Flower/Garden Club, Adopt-a-Street, Visioning Group and/or a Strategic Planning Advisory Committee to name a few. It will be up to the citizens to identify projects and volunteer to make it happen.
3. Ask Council Members to volunteer to take ownership of projects identified by residents and work with each group to keep the line of communications open and projects moving forward.
It’s so easy to complain and moan and groan. It is not so easy to step up to the plate and offer your time, talents and gifts. This is your chance. Please join us to make Federalsburg The Best it can be. The dedicated residents and elected officials of past have set the table. Now it is our time to capitalize on their successes and launch an all out effort to make our town the town we want it to be. We need an army. You are the army. Attack!
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