The “Marlboro Mustangs” Boys & Girls Club has registration open until March 15th for it’s Spring 2017 Sports Season for the below sports:

 

– JR. PEEWEE SPRING SOCCER AGES 3 TO 4
– SPRING COUNTY SOCCER
– SPRING FLAG FOOTBALL
– SPRING TEE BALL
– SPRING BASEBALL
– SPRING LACROSSE AGES 7 TO 14

For info/to register visit http://www.mbgc.org/home

The Greater Upper Marlboro CERT Team will hold its monthly meeting on Saturday March 11, 2017 at 9am at the Upper Marlboro Town Hall 14211 School Lane Upper Marlboro MD 20772. Please come out to support the team and, share your ideas and talents….There will be a brief training on “size up” and “damage assessment.”

All are welcome to attend, questions can be sent to CERT@UpperMarlboroMD.gov 

Meeting Agenda: Agenda March 11, 2017

 

The CSA 23 Leadership Council presents a Financial Seminar for High School students on Saturday, April 29, 2017 2pm-4pm.

The seminar is FREE and will be led by a team of qualified representatives from one of our Upper Marlboro local banks. The information will cover real life experiences, practical decision making situations, lots of up-to-date information about money and being good stewards of your finances. Parents of the students are also welcome to attend. Refreshments and snacks will be served.

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*** All interested students must make a reservation by emailing your Name, Address, Grade Level and Contact information to CSA23LC@gmail.com no later than Thursday, April 27, 2017. ***

UMPD Chief Michael Gonnella Retirement: Chief Gonnella has officially retired from the Upper Marlboro Police Department as of Tuesday February 28, 2017 after over 12 years of dedicated service as the Town’s Police Chief. The Board of Town Commissioners presented Chief with Resolution 2017-00 thanking him for his years of service as the Town’s Police Chief, and a small retirement reception has held at Town Hall later in the afternoon. The Town wishes him well on his retirement! UMPD Sgt. Washington is currently the Town’s Interim Police Chief.

Email from Tameka Jackson, Dr. Henry A .Wise High School Football Team Liaison . . .

This year, the Wise Boy’s Football Team has once again clenched the Maryland 4A State Championship.  (Back 2 Back)(28-0)

Our football players are recognized as such stellar athletes, that they each have been offered some form of college scholarships, and/or, preparatory school.
We had 12 seniors starting:  Nine (9) will receive scholarship funding. One (1) to the military and the other 2 will be following dreams while still attending school. 

The football team comes with great achievements. Wise Football Team is 28-0, Coach DaLawn Parrish: 106-30 , 3 State Championship, 5 Finals appearances, 6 Regional Championship, 6 County Championships, and 9 straight Playoff Appearances out of 11 years of existence. With 10 senior classes Wise has put over 95 kids in college from D1- Preparatory School.

This year, we are once again working to secure funds to purchase State Championship Rings for each of this year’s football players, in appreciation for their significant athletic accomplishment.

We hope to show how much their achievements are appreciated by you, the community.
We are asking for any assistance you can provide, whether financial, and/or, by spreading the word through community support for assistance in securing donations in support of this worthy cause.

Mr. Willima Jones, School Accountant

Dr Henry A Wise High School

301-780-2100

 

Columbia Air Center– 16000 Croom Airport Road Upper Marlboro MD

Located just outside the Town of Upper Marlboro, the first African-American owned and operated airfield in Maryland, if not the nation, was licensed in 1941 by John W. Greene, Jr., a pioneer in black aviation. He was instrumental in developing the airfield originally called Riverside Field. Occupied by the U.S. Navy during World War II, the airfield reopened as Columbia Air Center, offering a flying school, charter services and maintenance shop. The first African-American Civil Air Patrol Squadron in the Washington, D.C. area was formed here. The site is located within Patuxent River Park which is owned and operated by The Maryland-National Park and Planning Commission. This site is currently used for agricultural purposes and none of the buildings or runways that once stood on the site are extant; interpretive signage tells the story of the historic airport and provides a map of the airfield when it was in use.
*Information provided by MNCPPC http://history.pgparks.com/sites_an…/Columbia_Air_Center.htmCAC

Saturday, February 4, 2017, 6 – 8 pm

Join us as we celebrate Gospel music’s contributions to black history with performances from local church choirs and dancers. Refreshments will be served.

Free! — All ages welcome

Hillcrest Heights Community Center
2300 Oxon Run Drive, Temple Hills 20748

301-505-0896; TTY 301-699-2544

 

 

 

The Marlboro Volunteer Fire Department will once again be escorting Santa Claus throughout the Marlborough area this year. The Santa convoy will plan to start between 5pm-6pm on the below dates, but a timeframe is not guaranteed as units will still be responding to emergency calls during the runs. Please contact the Marlboro VFD for additional questions or information at (301) 952-0939 (Evening is best time to call).santa

2016 MVFD Santa Run Schedule: 

Friday December 9 Marlboro Pike Area

Saturday December 10– Marlboro Ridge Area: Brooke Lane, Fenway Lane

Sunday December 11- Marlboro Meadows: Old Largo Road, Eton Drive, Christian Street, Hollow Log Drive, Town Farm Road

Friday December 16- Beech Tree Area

Saturday December 17Town of Marlboro & John Rogers Boulevard area

Sunday December 18– Chew Road area & Make-Up day

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Make plans now to gather around our holiday tree at Town Hall on SUNDAY, December 11th 2016 at 5:00 p.m. for our annual holiday celebration.  This event gets bigger and better every year, so make sure not to miss out on the fun!  Bring the whole family to see Santa’s arrival by police escort and the lighting of the tree at dusk.  Inside, there will be music and caroling and plenty to eat and drink. And, Santa says he is bringing goodies for the kids.

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The Prince George’s County Emergency Management will be hosting a FREE basic CERT Class on Saturday & Sunday November 5th & 6th from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Prince George’s Public Safety Complex located at 7915 Anchor St, Landover, Maryland.

For more information or to register CLICK HERE

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