Mosquito Spraying Update – June 18, 2020

Due to weather and other issues, mosquito spraying for 2020 will start on June 18th.  Spraying is scheduled for each Wednesday night, starting at 10PM.  If Ehrlich cannot spray on Wednesday, they will attempt to spray the next day.  Remember that they cannot spray when it rains, is windy, or is below 50 degrees. They will not open gates (locked or not).
In prior years, some residents have asked not to be sprayed. Ehrlich will continue to honor that.  Kindly do not call Ehrlich directly.  They have asked for a single point of contact.  You can send any concerns to the Treasurer (currently Cris Brookmyer, canaldaze at gmail.com).

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Congrates Grads!

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EFCA Board Meeting Tuesday, May 26, 2020

There will be a virtual EFCA Board Meeting Tuesday, May 26, 2020 from 2-3pm. Please email me at jestock621@gmail.com if you would like to participate. Kind Regards, June Estock, President EFCA

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Spreading Some Cheer

Special thanks to Thomas Puig for spreading some cheer during these trying times with his beautiful rainbow artwork posted on our Little Library.
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Face Masks Available

Hi neighbors,
I have been sewing face masks with a FB group, distributing them to first responders and health care facilities locally. I think we have about saturated the market and I have a bunch left over. If anyone in the community is in need of a cloth mask please let me know. Most of them have ties, they all have a pipe cleaner to fit snuggly over the nose and they have a pocket if you would like to insert a filter.
Kind regards,
Sandy

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EFCA Spring 2020 Newsletter

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Fwd: Emergency alert: March 30, 2020 – COVID-19 Frequently…

Some good links from Maryland Emergency Management:

 

Maryland Emergency Management Agency MD Emergency Management, Maryland Emergency Management Agency AGENCY
View larger photo March 30, 2020 – COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions and Resources Good Evening Fellow Neighbors,With each emergency that causes a change in rules, regulations, laws, etc. we know there are always many questions and hard to find answers. Your State partners have been working hard trying to anticipate your questions with some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) so you have a place to go to, and more importantly, a place you can refer others to when they come to you for help and advice. That being said, we wanted to give you and your family links to these FAQs and resources for your use. We hope you find this helpful. Continue to keep each other safe by physically distancing yourselves, but stay connected with one another. Don’t forget to call up loved ones, especially our older loved ones, and share a laugh or two. We all could use a smile and a laugh at least once-a-day to get us through this trying time, right? United together, making small efforts to stay connected, continuing to practice physical distancing, sharing information from reputable and official sources – all of it is going to make us stronger and all of it is going to help us get through this, together. Please be safe, healthy, stay home, and keep washing your hands.Questions about the Governor’s latest directives in response to COVID19
https://governor.maryland.gov/coronaviru…Questions about COVID19
https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/Questions on COVID19 Testing
https://phpa.health.maryland.gov/Documen…Questions about mental health
https://phpa.health.maryland.gov/Documen…At home learning resources
http://www.marylandpublicschools.org/pro…How can I help my fellow Marylanders?
https://governor.maryland.gov/marylandun…Questions about hunting, fishing, boating, state parks, marinas operations
https://news.maryland.gov/dnr/2020/03/31…What is considered an essential business
https://governor.maryland.gov/wp-content…
 
 
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Fwd: Newly renovated, little lending library of Elk Forest is ready.

Newly refreshed Little Library, thanks to our neighbor David Silverman.


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Special Message to Our Elk Forest Community

As we respond to the evolving coronavirus situation, the EFCA Board is postponing indefinitely our Spring Cleanup scheduled for April 4. Our hearts go out to those people affected by the coronavirus pandemic and we appreciate all that everyone is doing to prevent the spread of the virus. It’s more important than ever that we coordinate efforts as a neighborhood to prevent the spread and help our most vulnerable neighbors; older people and those with pre-existing medical conditions. As you walk about Elk Forest, please practice safe behaviors in social situations (see cdc.gov). If able, please check in on your neighbors who may be experiencing special needs during this time of “social distancing”. Please let me know of any concerns or needs that you or others may have during this time. We can all work together to help each other. Stay safe! June Estock, President EFCA

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Save the Date! Spring Cleanup planned for April 4, 2020

Our Elk Forest Community Spring Cleanup is planned for Saturday April 4, 2020 at 9am. More details coming…🚛

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