More AOTB History Videos|
Video documentation of days gone by in Arundel on the Bay continues online.
Mrs. Rachel Brown and Errol Brown reminisce about the history of Arundel
on the Bay, back in the day, in an entertaining discussion about the
many professional African-Americans who bought in the neighborhood in
the early 1950s. The discussion touches on how racial discrimination
affected residential and educational patterns in the area. Then Errol takes us on an interesting walking tour of the neighborhood. See if your home is in the video!
Save the Date!|
AOTB Family Picnic on the Beach
Saturday, August 28
3 - 7 p.m.
Plans are underway for the family picnic with lots of fun for kids and grown-ups too.
More details will be on our website. Stay tuned!
Pier Gate Combination has changed|
Please see the Members Only section of the website for the new combination. Click on "Members Only" at the bottom of any of the pages on our website.
If you forgot the username and password, please contact a Board member.
Do you want to be a Watershed Steward?|
The Watershed Stewards Academy
trains and supports community leaders to serve as Master Watershed
Stewards in the protection, restoration and conservation of our
watersheds, working to reduce the negative impacts of stormwater runoff
in Anne Arundel County. If you are willing to assume an active role with
a strong commitment to improving the environment and the quality of
life of your community, apply to the Watershed Stewards Academy and
become a Master Watershed Steward. Several informational sessions are
planned at Arlington Echo Outdoor Education Center. The next one is on August 18.
Applications will be accepted through September 8.
Questions? Contact Suzanne Etgen,
443 871-0700, or visit the WSA website.