Us and Them. No, the answer is WE.
At our planning meeting for Howard County Conservancy events for 2015, we discussed the addition of the Belmont site to the Conservancy venues. Trying to remember to say “WE” instead of “US or “THEM”.
It has been interesting to observe the expansion of what my favorite non-profit organization manages and offers.
Like this event Tuesday night at Belmont.
JUN 10 – Tuesday 6pm Saving the Places We Love: Belmont, Howard County and Beyond: Come out for an evening with Ned Tillman, award winning local author of The Chesapeake Watershed. Ned will lead a 40 minute walk around the estate followed by a presentation on his latest book: Saving the Places we Love: Paths to Environmental Stewardship. Walk begins at 6 pm at The Carriage House followed by the presentation and book signing. Rain or Shine! FREE.
If you have never been to Belmont, it really is a treasure and worth a visit.
That brings me to a request of fellow countians. Please consider joining our cadre of volunteers. We now have so many cool opportunities to make a difference in a child’s or a family’s or a fellow adult countian’s life.
I just feel as if I drop all cares from my shoulders when I drive up that driveway and enter that quiet lovely farmland.
I like leading field trips. I like heading up events. Heck, this summer I am leading geocaching, and an ESOL hike, and a food preservation class.
I don’t think they collectively fall into the same box, so to speak.
Anyway, if you can’t make Ned’s event Tuesday, you could join us on a history geocaching scavenger hunt on Saturday. I have all sorts of surprises in store for the participants.
Saturday 10 am at our Mt Pleasant site.
Pre-register if you want to be guaranteed one of the loaner GPS units.