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Join us Feb. 16th for the third annual Valentine Cash Bash!  

When purchasing a ticket online, you will be given a physical ticket with a number on it at the event. It's similar to Bingo or a raffle, where winners are drawn by a number.  CASH PRIZES WILL BE DRAWN THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT!  A $1,000 GRAND PRIZE  is drawn at 10 pm!  Must be present to win.

Tickets to the event are $50 each. Dinner, desserts, a DJ and dancing are included in the event for a fun-filled evening! 

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Hogan Announces Common Sense Compromise Proposal for Citizen Input on Post-Labor Day School Start

Press Release, February 7

Will Provide Genuine Local Control, Require Voter Approval of School Calendar Changes

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan today announced proposals, including new legislation, to ensure that the will of Maryland citizens is upheld in any legislative action impacting the start date of the school year, amid legislative efforts to undermine the governor’s executive order requiring Maryland public schools to begin classes after Labor Day.

“After years of public outcry, with the strong support of most Marylanders, we took the action that nearly everyone wanted us to take and finally returned our public schools to the traditional post-Labor Day start date,” said Governor Hogan. “We have taken a lot of actions over the past four years, but I can’t think of another that has so much widespread, enthusiastic support from citizens – including teachers, parents, and students – across our state.”

In 2013, following years of public pressure to return to a traditional school calendar, the Maryland General Assembly voted by an overwhelming 170-7 margin to pass legislation creating a state commission to study moving the school start date to after Labor Day, which was signed into law by former Governor Martin O’Malley. Public polling has consistently indicated that approximately 70 percent of Marylanders support this initiative, with under 20 percent in opposition.

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