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Welcome to new Perry Hall Improvement Association members; goodbye to Noelle

The Perry Hall Improvement Association and President Dennis M. Robinson Jr. are happy to share the group's spring news and events for our community. First on the agenda, Dennis welcomes three new PHIA board members: Carrie Flora, Pat Keller and Josh Sutherland. "I look forward to working with them and the other current board members to ensure that we remain proud to call Perry Hall home", Dennis said. As the three new members settle in, PHIA thanks three exiting members Diane Brazil, the Rev. Elmer Klein and Bob Mowry for their many years of dedicated service to the Perry Hall community: "Diane's efforts over the years have made Perry Hall greener and cleaner. Rev. Elmer Klein is the longest-serving board member in the history of the PHIA and always provided sound advice based on his wisdom and experience. Bob Mowry's careful consideration of zoning and development proposals has been instrumental over the past few years." Let's join in thanking them as we are blessed to have such devoted citizens as neighbors in our area.

Upcoming PHIA general meetings: On April 11, representatives of the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company will provide an overview of their role in the community and tips for fire prevention. On May 9, we are inviting state senators and delegates who represent Perry Hall to provide a summary of the 2013 legislative session. Meetings take place at 7:30 p.m. at the Perry Hall Library, 9685 Honey go Blvd. in Perry Hall.

Upcoming PHIA events: On Sat, April 27, please join us for our first 2013 cleanup of Honeygo Boulevard and help keep one of Perry Hall's main corridors attractive. Please email perryhallmail@gmail.com if you would like to volunteer. On Friday, May 24, make plans to attend the annual Memorial Day celebration at 10 a.m. at Perry Hall Elementary School.

It's an "O-R-I-O-L-E-S Season Kick-off Rally" at the Avenue at White Marsh on Tuesday, April 2. Celebrate the first game of the season. Grab a drink from the Bud Light Outdoor Pop-Up Bar complete with 42-inch flat screens to watch the game. Enjoy tailgating food, music, and activities for all ages. It's spring break – so bring the kids. Pre-game fun begins at 1 p.m.

The first concert of the 2013 Perry Hall Community Summer Concert Series, hosted by the Perry Hall Alliance, Perry Hall Recreation Council and The Woman's Club of Perry Hall, is coming up soon! The Mandolin Orchestra will be featured at the opening on Sunday, April 28, at 7 p.m. in the Perry Hall High School auditorium, 4601 Ebenezer Road. Admission is free and the concert is open to the public. Mark your calendar with future dates for 2013 – "Ain't Misbehavin" on Sunday, June 9 at 3 p.m., "Powerhouse Jazz Ensemble on Sunday, June 23 at 7 p.m. and Baltimore Symphonic on Sunday, Sept. 15 (time to be announced). All concerts are free to the public. For more information call Lee Hager at 410-256-1766

Congratulations to new parents Kelly and Dan Goddard. Their little daughter, Cameron Paige, made her grand entrance on Feb 23. Mom, Dad and baby are all doing fine! Welcome to Perry Hall, Cameron!

On a no- so-happy note, there is sad news to report about Noelle, the white dog lost in White Marsh and found 17 months later in New York. After being reunited with her owner, the Rev. Lou Scurti in January, Noelle was happy to be home although she was underweight and not well. Approximately six weeks later on March 2, Noelle died. From Fr. Lou to our community: "First of all, I would like to thank everyone who assisted in the search and recovery of Noelle. (She) was weak and ill. But she made it home and enjoyed her time with us. Noelle passed peacefully."

To share your news or announcement in the Perry Hall/Kingsville area, send your email to write2shell@yahoo.com or phone 443-286-5881.

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