Only in Maryland can you have a winter snowstorm and then follow it up the next day with a high of 60. What are you supposed to think about the seasons? Is Winter more like wring with a light dusting of Fall? I don’t know but it’s hard to keep up. We have lots to […]

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Hello Capers. This is an unusual Caper this month. The reason? The President’s message doesn’t have Beau’s name on it… it has mine. For those that don’t know who I am, I’m Bill Szczytko and have lived in the Cape since 2009. For those that have read these monthly Caper releases, you might recognize me […]

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The Holidays have arrived in full force. There have been so many great Holiday-time activities for your families to enjoy. The Cape St. Claire firehouse thanks you for coming out to the guardhouse to meet Santa on December 1st. Breakfast with Santa was a massive success. The Holidays are an amazing time of year and […]

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Fall has definitely settled over the Cape. Halloween Happenings was a rousing success yesterday, even after mother nature cancelled her on Saturday. The smiles on the kids faces, the candy, and the pumpkins are what fall, and the Cape, is all about. This month in the Caper, Beau’s message talks about budgeting and how important […]

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October has arrived and the rain has finally let up. Glad it did before we all started to mildew. In addition to things changing from green to yellow and orange, the fall also ushers in other changes as well. The Cape will be hosting two Candidates Nights this month. The first, on October 4th at […]

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Summer might be winding down on the calendar but don’t tell that to Summer. Oppressive heat will continue and Capers will long for apple cider, orange and red foliage, and cool temperatures. For now, we sweat. This issue of the Caper is PACKED. Beau, President of CSCIA, thanks everyone for their service on the Cape […]

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… and then, BANG!, it’s June and summer is upon us. Amazing how quickly time flies when you’re having fun. The Strawberry Festival was an amazing success. The weather cooperated and gave us a great day. We couldn’t have been more thrilled. Fresh on the heels of the Strawberry Festival portmortem is the June Caper. […]

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As a community, from time to time, we have to replace our existing equipment. For those that haven’t noticed, the playground at Deep Creek and the Main Beach are looking a little rough. They are aging and need to be replaced. We thought it would be a great idea to ask the community what they […]

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We all know the kind of nuisance a large number of mosquitoes can be to our quality of life. In addition, they can carry many diseases like West Nile encephalitis, eastern equine encephalitis and St. Louis encephalitis. Due to the large mosquito population in the Cape, we will once again be participating in the Community […]

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