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We welcome your opinions and letters — with name and address. We will edit when necessary. Include your name, address and phone number for verification. Mail them to Bay Weekly, P.O. Box 358, Deale, MD 20751 • E-mail them to us at editor@bayweekly.com. Or Click Here to Submit Your Letters Online.



Meet Calvert’s New Delegate

Dear Bay Weekly:
My name is Sue Kullen and I love Calvert County. That is why I am so honored to work as the new delegate serving Calvert County. I will work tirelessly to ensure that Calvert County remains the best place to live, work and play.

Over the past month, I have met with many community groups, citizens, local business owners and faith communities to hear the concerns and opinions on important issues facing Calvert County and the state. With support, advice and collaboration, I will serve to do what’s best for Calvert County. Common interests, not party affiliation, will determine successes.

It was a pleasure to meet so many at Bayfest in North Beach. I hope to see more at the Calvert County Fair, where I’ll be every day. We can also meet for coffee at Common Grounds in Prince Frederick on Monday, September 27 from 6pm to 8pm; at Bayhill Market in Chesapeake Beach on Monday October 4 from 11am to 1pm or Monday, October 18 from 6pm to 8pm.

—Sue Kullen, Calvert County Delegate


Sharing Best of the Bay

Dear Bay Weekly:
Congratulations on Best of the Bay [Vol. XII, No. 36: Sept. 2]. That story alone made the issue worthwhile. It is fun and a good reference.

When I read the issue, it reminded me of my friend Tina Boyd and our practice of trying various restaurants. I sent her an e-mail saying go out and pick up a copy.

To my amazement she replied, “What is Bay Weekly?” By the time I got through explaining Bay Weekly, and she got through asking me why she should look for it, all issues were gone. I should just let her do without, but if you have a copy, I will be glad to pay for it and the postage.

I know that the story is up on your web-site at www.bayweekly.com. If you have no more paper copies, I will suggest that.

—Henry Powell, St. Leonard

Editor’s note: A paper copy is in the mail to Mr. Powell’s friend.


224 Safer Boaters, Thanks to Friends of AACo Trails

Dear Bay Weekly:
The Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails thank you for publishing our seven Maryland safe-boating courses for our classes at the Earleigh Heights Fire Hall. Two hundred twenty-four boaters received their certificates this year, and $5,300 was raised from the $20 registration fee to be spent on improvements of county trails. We trained more boaters this year than any other group in the state.

Thanks again, and we can use your help in 2005!
—Edgar H. Parker, Friends’ Boating Safety Coordinator


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