To increase overall safety and security for town citizens and visitors (from youth through senior) through education, public awareness and community partnerships; empower citizens with the tools, information and technology to reduce the impact of emergency and disaster situations; and creating a safe environment to improve the quality of life for all.
Our special event was May 18th. Our guest speakers Deputy Justin Livingston of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office and Tony Spargo of Allstate, Dunkirk MD shared invaluable information about personal and property protection.
A big thank you to both for volunteering their valuable time with us. In addition, thank you to Sgt Naughton and Deputy Phelps for sharing your valuable time and information as well. If you missed the event, and you have questions or concerns you’d like to discuss, our deputies attend our monthly meetings and are available to discuss any questions or concerns you have. If you have insurance questions or concerns, Tony Spargo can be reached at 3140 W Ward Rd #107, Dunkirk, MD 20754, (410) 257-4922.
Congrats to our door prizes winners, Rit Aldi – who won a bottle of Moscato, courtesy of the West Lawn Inn; Barbara Harris – $25 gift certificate for Sister’s Corner; Denise Lagrange – $25 gift certificate Lighthouse Market; and Kathy Brookes – $25 gift certificate West Lawn Inn.
As summertime begins, we need to be more diligent in our observations. One of the best deterrents is acknowledgement. When you see someone walking by, acknowledge them with a hello or a nod. This lets the person know you have seen them and are aware of them. Typically, if it is someone thinking of checking cars to see if they are locked or looking at your neighbor’s house thinking it is unoccupied, they will move on because they see neighbors are observant. At the same time, if you feel a person is not where they should not be, appears dangerous, or has you feeling uncomfortable, do not speak to them or approach them, do not go over to your neighbor’s house because you see someone lurking around the side of the building, CALL 911 immediately. Do not hesitate.
Are your neighbors looking out for you? Let them know you are looking out for them and ask them to join you as a member of the North Beach Neighborhood Watch.
North Beach Neighborhood Watch 2015 Calendar
June 12 – Visit our table at the Farmers Market
June 15 – NBNW meeting 7 pm Town Hall
July 20 – NBNW meeting 7 pm Town Hall
August 17 – NBNW meeting 7 pm Town Hall
September 21 – NBNW meeting 7 pm Town Hall
October 19 – NBNW meeting 7 pm Town Hall
November 16 – NBNW meeting 7 pm Town Hall
December – Happy Holidays – No Meeting
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Calvert County Crime Solvers Call 410-535-2880
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