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The Caper – July/August 2021 Edition

Things are finally starting to come back to “normal”. The clubhouse can now be rented at full capacity and the Strawberry Festival will come roaring into the Cape on August 28th 2021. Ahh, normal, my how we’ve missed you. We hope you’re having a great summer so far.

Don’t forget that our next Quarterly Membership Meeting will be held on Tuesday July 27th at 7:30pm. It will be virtual again, details on how to sign up to attend are right here. This summer, Goshen Farm has been doing their weekly summer concert series. The next event is scheduled for July 23rd and will feature Julie Kurzava & Diane Kinsley/24 Karat and will start at 6:30pm at Goshen Farm. See this month’s Caper for more dates on this great series. The Garden Club takes the summer off but I’m sure they will be ready to go come September. More details on when and their upcoming fall events are in this month’s Caper.

In Cape Conservation Corps news, Weed Warriors continue their work every Wednesday night from 5-7pm at the Serene Ravine. Mark your calendars for their native plant sale to be held on September 25th at the clubhouse field. More details in the Caper!

In Strawberry Festival news, the signup forms for the contests are in this Caper so don’t miss out! We can’t wait to see everyone on August 28th. More details can be found in the Caper or on their website.

See you around the Cape!

Chesapeake Bay Trust gives $298,868 to Cape St. Claire, among others

Cape St. Claire would love to thank Chesapeake Bay Trust and Anne Arundel County Watershed Protection and Restoration Program for our $298,868 grant to help rebuild our main beach. Announced today, this collective group awarded $1,117,528 in grants for 6 projects throughout Anne Arundel County.

We’d like to thank Lisa Schmidt, Cape St. Claire Improvement Association boardmember, for attending the announcement today, which was held at another awardee, Herrington Harbour’s location. CSCIA would also like to thank our partners, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and Biohabitats for helping us get this grant.

For more information on what we’re proposing to do with the main beach and a timeline of events, please see our webpage here. Here’s a link to the announcement article on eyeonannapolis.net.