Save the Date! Spring Cleanup planned for April 27, 2019

Our Elk Forest Community Spring Cleanup is planned for Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 9 am. More details coming…. 🌞

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EFCA Board Meeting Thursday, April 4, 2019

There will be an Elk Forest Civic Association Board Meeting on Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 7 pm -8 pm at the Estock Residence 98 South Shore Rd.
June Estock, President EFCA Jestock621@gmail.com

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Reminder – Fresh Addition to the “Help Wanted” Section

Elk Forest residents, looking to have some yard work done, have some walls painted, have your grass cut etc? Check out our new “help wanted section on the website.  Include your name, address, phone number, and email, and your preferred method of contact.  If you are a resident member with part-time work for a student, please post the job here.

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Brantwood Park Public Hearing – February 12, 2019

http://elkforest.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Brantwood-Park-Flyer-1_17_2019-FINAL.pdf

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EFCA Fall 2018 Newsletter

🍁Please see the attached EFCA Fall Newsletter.

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Local Ski Club Event

Ski Club

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Welcome to the Little Lighthouse!

As discussed at the Annual Meeting, the Little Library is now installed in front of June and Jeff Estock's house (98 South Shore).  Here are two shots, one with the installers and the architect – David Silverman.  Please come by and visit – take a book, leave a book!

Little LighthouseInstallers

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Smoke Detector Law

This is a good awareness message for our community as I'm sure most are unaware of, the law for smoke detectors has changed.  First we all know to replace our smoke detector batteries, it was always suggested a good time to do this is whenever we change the clocks forward or back.  Many might not be aware smoke detectors should be replaced every 10 years as the sensor starts to lose sensitivity.  
 
From the Office of the State Fire Marshal:
Any battery-operated smoke detectors must be replaced with a unit powered by a 10 year sealed-in battery. The new law heavily emphasizes the use of sealed smoke alarms with the long-life batteries and silence/hush buttons. It is never acceptable to remove required hard wired smoke alarms and replace them with any type of battery operated device. The law became effective January 1, 2018.
 
Of course with these new detector you'll only need to test them when the clocks changes.
 
 
Jerry Truitt
Public Health Emergency Coordinator
Cecil County Health Department
John M. Byers Health Center
401 Bow Street
Elkton, Md 21921
 
 

 

 
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Annual Meeting Upate

Great to see everyone at the annual meeting.  We should have the meeting minutes on the website soon with the new slate of officers.  We may also have a few more announcements that people would like to see on the website – like this one looking for unused computers:  Link.

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2018 Annual Meeting

The 2018 Annual Meeting to be held at the Alzos residence on Sunday, August 26, noon-3 pm, rain or shine.

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