Broadneck Select Baseball is a non-profit organization based on the Broadneck Peninsula in Annapolis, Maryland whose mission is “to create a competitive baseball environment for kids 11-18 to develop, expand and improve fundamental skills with the goal of playing high school baseball”. The 11 to 14 year old teams participate in the Chesapeake Baseball Association, the Mid-Maryland Travel Association or in the Anne Arundel County leagues, as well as participating in a variety of tournaments throughout the season against a broad range of teams from Maryland/Delaware/Virginia. Broadneck Select fields high school level teams after the baseball season that play in the Mickey Mantle and Connie Mack leagues run by the Anne Arundel Amateur Baseball Association (AAABA).
Allergy and Asthma Associates is a specialty practice dealing with asthma, allergic and non-allergic nasal conditions, sinusitis, recurrent respiratory infections, and cough; allergic eczema, hives and swelling; and allergies to foods, medications, and stinging insects. Dr. James Banks is certified by the American Board of Allergy and Immunology and the American Board of Pediatrics. Dr. Timothy Andrews is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is board eligible for the American Board of Allergy and Immunology.
The Baltimore Sun has just released an interactive crime map of Anne Arundel county. The map combines automatic weekly feeds from the Arundel Police communications office with the power of Google Maps. The resulting visualizations allow citizens quick and easy access to hard crime data. A search form allows you to specify type of crime, time period, and location. Crime incidents show up as markers on the map which expand to give more detailed information when clicked.
Peter Hermann’s blog also has a writeup of the new system: “The information is out there; assembling it can be quite a task. I’m of the position that the crime data should come from the police. This is public information and there is excuse in this day an age not to post it all on the Internet, almost as it comes in.”
CrimeReports.com also has a similar system which provides the last 60 days of “Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD)” data generated by calls for service. The disclaimer states that the map does “not provide specific information related to how a crime was committed or who was involved. The information provided will only allow users to get a general sense of the types of calls for service that have been generated through the CAD system, the volume of calls for service received, and the classification of those calls. To ensure that victim, witness, or suspect information is not compromised, calls are mapped depicting only the general block number of the incident, as opposed to the specific address (for example, 1200 Main Street instead of 1234 Main Street).”
The Foxmoor Homeowner’s Association is located off of Shore Acres Road in Bay Hills. The web site incudes information on home sales, newsletters. meetings, volunteering, and rules.
The Matt Auer Memorial Scholarship Fund has been established in memory of an adventurous young man and talented photographer. The fund awards one scholarship to a Broadneck High School senior each year who exemplifies these same superior photography skills. Proceeds from the purchase of photographs directly benefit the scholarship fund.
The primary purpose of the Goshen Farm Preservation Society is to safeguard and restore the Goshen Farm and its surrounding property for furture generations of residents of the Broadneck Peninsula and Anne Arundel County. The Society also intends to identify, protect and facilitate the study, preservation and communication of knowledge regarding other historically significant sites associated with the Goshen Farm.
The Goshen Farm Preservation Society has a list of great uses for this home including a museum of early farming life in Anne Arundel County, a place to hold events; Weddings, Lectures on our history and holiday events, a nature trail through the 22 acres, a community garden, and the list goes on. But the house has to be restored for all of these things to happen.
Kinder Farm Park is located in central Anne Arundel County, Maryland within close proximity to the Chesapeake Bay. The park is on 288 acres and was purchased by the county in 1979 from the original owners, the Kinder Family, who operated a typical Maryland farm from 1898 to the late 1970’s when it was no longer farmed. The farm was primarily operated as a cattle farm after World War II. The county believed the farm could be restored as it had been in the 1930’s and it has been designed to represent a 1930’s depression era farm.
The purpose of the Friends Group is to support the Farm Park with funding and to conduct volunteer activities to highlight a typical working farm set in Maryland during the 1930’s. Due to the unique nature of Kinder Farm Park, the Kinder Friends Group is unique in both the activities it supports as well as the causes for which it seeks funding. The region clearly is well served by having such a Farm Park open to both county and non-county visitors.
The Bay Hills Gold Club is located at 545 Bay Hills Dr. in Arnold. From the golfable.com web site: “This course was built on rolling hills. If you want a flat lie, you’ll have to hit precision shots. The course is located in a very scenic area.”
The American Discovery Trail (ADT) is a new breed of national trail — part city, part small town, part forest, part mountains, part desert — all in one trail. Its 6,800+ miles of continuous, multi-use trail stretches from Cape Henlopen State Park, Delaware, to Pt. Reyes National Seashore, California. It reaches across America, linking community to community in the first coast to coast, non-motorized trail. The ADT provides trail users the opportunity to journey into the heart of all that is uniquely American — its culture, heritage, landscape and spirit.
The ADT incorporates trails designed for hiking, bicycle and equestrian use. Because it connects five national scenic and 12 national historic trails, 34 national recreational trails, and many other local and regional trails — it is the backbone for the national trails system. It passes through metropolitan areas like San Francisco and Cincinnati, traces numerous pioneer trails, leads to 14 national parks and 16 national forests and visits more than 10,000 sites of historic, cultural and natural significance.
Ulmstead Gardens is a townhouse community of 237 households on 50 acres of private and community property. First incorporated in 1981, the community is self-managed by volunteers. The Homeowners’ Association consists of an elected Board of Directors. Various committees are appointed to monitor the overall aesthetics of the community, including architectural control and landscaping. Amenities include a walking path, park, playground, and basketball court.
The Board of Directors meets every second Tuesday of the month at 7:30 at Deep Creek Restaurant.
According to the proposed 2013 budget, the annual assessment will be $505.00.
Ulmstead Gardens also has a Facebook page. Phone: (410) 757-6869