MaCCRA Day in Annapolis will be February 7, 2018.
The meeting will be held in
Room 180, the Baltimore County Delegation Room
6 Bladen Street, Annapolis, MD
Please make plans to attend in as large a number as you can get together.
Semi-Annual Meeting on December 2, 2017
Meeting Reservations and Cost
The cost for continental breakfast and lunch is $ 17.00 per person . Please include names and email addresses of each attendee and any dietary restrictions of which we need to be aware , i.e., gluten free, vegetarian or vegan.
8800 Walther Blvd. #4408
Parkville MD 21234.
December 2, 2017, MaCCRA Meeting was a success.
The Semi-Annual meeting of MaCCRA will be held Saturday, December 2, 2017, from 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the Oak Crest.
Call to Order – President Alma Smith, State MaCCRA
Welcome – Mark Roussey, Executive Director Oak Crest Village
Introduction and Roll Call of Chapters – Dave Hall, Secretary
Minutes – Approval of June 3, 2017, minutes – Dave Hall
Treasurer Report and Audit – Ethel Landis
Legislative & NaCCRA Reports – Gerri Gray
Potential Issues 2018 Session – Barbara Brocato
MaCCRA website update – Jim Fennessey
Old and New Business
LUNCH BREAK Noon – 12:45 p.m.
Speaker – Senator Ben Cardin with Moderator Michael Kelly
(Previously submitted questions for Michael Kelly to review re: duplication and prioritizing)
We are pleased to announce that Senator Ben Cardin will also speak. The format for Senator Cardin will be to answer questions from MaCCRA members regarding current issues of the committees on which he serves.
First elected to the Senate in 2006, Senator Cardin currently serves as Ranking Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. He is a senior member of the Environment & Public Works Committee (EPW) and Small Business & Entrepreneurship Committee. He also serves on the Senate Finance Committee (SFC). Senator Cardin is a leading advocate for the Chesapeake Bay, which is the economic, historical and cultural heart of Maryland. He is the youngest member to have served as a Maryland legislator.
Please send your questions now to MaCCRA Vice President Michael Kelly at mjk.balt [at] gmail.com. Michael will review the questions for duplication and format them for Senator Cardin’s presentation and discussion.
From the Beltway I-695 going east: Take Exit 31C on the left, White Marsh Blvd. Go to the first traffic light and turn left onto Walther Blvd. Drive to the entrance of Oak Crest on the left.
From I-95 and points north: Take I-95 South to Exit 67B (MD-43/White Marsh Blvd.); follow MD-43 for three miles. Turn right onto Walther Blvd. Follow Walther Blvd. for ¾ of a mile. The entrance to Oak Crest is on your left.
From I-95 from the tunnel: Take I-95 north to the Beltway/ I-695. Merge onto I-695 W via EXIT 64 toward Towson. Merge on to Belair Rd via Exit 32B toward Belair. Go 1.42 miles. Turn left onto Dunfield Rd. Go about a half mile. Turn right on Walther Blvd. The entrance to Oak Crest is on your left.
As you leave the Gatehouse, turn right on the loop road and drive to Crestview Station. Parking Lot P is resident parking; however, a cone will be placed at a parking spot close to the building for Senator Cardin’s car.
Enter the main door of Crestview Station. Erickson Hall is on the lower level which can be reached by elevator or stairway straight ahead through the lobby where someone will assist you.
If you have questions on the day of the meeting, December 2nd, call Gerri Gray, cell phone 410-804-99679.