Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Fred Reynolds Passes Away

    Fred Benson Reynolds (LTC US ARMY RET.) of Galesville, MD died on April 28, 2014.
    Loving Husband of Laurie Conway. Beloved son of Fred Benson Reynolds Sr. and Louise Sheffield Reynolds, Sylvester, GA. Dear brother of Debbie Reynolds and her husband Ken Maxwell, Sylvester, GA. Cherished uncle of Betsy (Dennis) Griffin and their son Colt, Matthew (Sonia) Maxwell and Molly Maxwell.
    The family will receive friends from 6-8 pm on Thursday May 1, at the Grace Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 4012 Birdsville Road, Davidsonville, MD 21035 where Funeral Services will be held at 10 am on Friday May 2, 2014 Interment at a later date Crown Hill Cemetery, Albany, GA. Contributions are suggested to the Johns Hopkins, Sydney Kimmel Cancer Canter, 601 N Wolfe Street # Crb1, Baltimore, MD 21287. Online condolences may be placed at

Canine Training Association

The Canine Training Association (CTA), 3789 Queen Anne Bridge Road in Davidsonville, recently held their graduation.    Classes at the non-profit organization  include basic, intermediate and advanced obedience, agility, nosework and freestyle.   For more information, visit

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Chris Navarro Takes MIAA Golf Title

Chris Navarro of Davidsonville,  playing for Spalding High, shot an even par-36 and finished the MIAA stroke play championship on top with a 45-hole total of 182.  The final round was played in cold and rainey conditions at Baltimore Country Club's West Course.
The final round was called after nine holes on Tuesday and the scores were totalled after 45 holes. Navarro, who won his second individual title, overtook Severn’s Eric Hall, who entered the day one stroke ahead of Navarro. Hall shot a 40 and finished second, three strokes behind with a 185.

Chris Navarro and Kyle Berkshire swept their matches, with each carding a 1-under 35 to lead the Spalding Cavaliers over the Mr. St. Joseph Gaels at Rolling Road Country Club. Ryan Kelly’s 39 also allowed him to sweep his match, while Matt Starobin won his match, shooting a 38 and Patrick Owen won his match firing a 40. Jason Somers’ 38 also won points for Spalding (4-0), whose 12-point victory represented the highest margin of victory over Mount St. Joseph since the Cavaliers joined the MIAA A Conference 12 years ago.

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Fourth Annual Adaptive Lacrosse Game

Adaptive Lacrosse, based in Davidsonville and operated by Paul and Nina Marcellino, gives developmentally and physically disabled athletes the chance to be in the spotlight and play in game conditions.  The fourth annual Adaptive Lacrosse game was just played at .Archbishop Spalding High School on Saturday afternoon
Players, ranging from age 8 to 52, suited up in helmets and pads to compete in a seven-on-seven game with the help of field director Mike McGeeney and goalies provided by Spalding’s girls lacrosse program.

John & Barbara Church School in Nepal

John and Barbara Church of Davidsonville have been very involved in the building and operation of a 100 student elementary school in Nepal.   They  just completed their fourth annual oversight visit to the school, carting new teaching materials — including five iPad Minis. Even though Bauniyan, Nepal, residents lack heating and indoor plumbing and experience on again/off again electricity, they do have WiFi access to the Internet.
After a 31 year Air Force career,  John’s job now is to model how to run an organization. Barbara’s retired from the AA Co. school system and she is now involved with the new school in  curriculum development, mentoring teachers and teaching students.

A long detailed article Capital  which should be read is at:

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Kendall Garden Nabs All-League Honors

    Lehigh University sophomore Kendall Garden of Davidsonville picked up her first All Patriot League lacrosse team honors this year being selected to the all-league second team per a recent press release from the league. 
    Garden has been a force all over the field as she garners All-League recognition for the first time in her career. The Davidsonville native leads the team in groundballs (41), draw controls (22) and caused turnovers (31) and assists (11) while adding 20 goals for 31 points. She was named Patriot League Midfield Player of the Week following one goal, two assists, five groundball and four caused turnovers at New Hampshire. Garden has posted multiple caused turnovers on nine occasions and at least two groundballs in 12-of-15 games this season. Garden's recorded her first-career hat trick in the Patriot League opener against Bucknell while she added three goals and one assist at Navy.
   To read the complete article,  go to:

Jay Wegner On Dean's List

Jay Wegner of Davidsonville was on the Fall 2013 Dean's List at University of Maine.

Friday, April 25, 2014

Rosario Louis Marinucci Passes Away

     Rosario Louis Marinuci passed away on April 23, 2014. The beloved husband of Janet Hannsz, and the late Ida Ferrante Marinucci, devoted father of; Cristina (Joseph) Farrell, Phyllis (John) Dowd, Steve (Kathy) Marinucci, Gina (Jack) Perkins, Ria Marinucci and Mike (Deborah) Marinucci, stepfather of Gretchen (Chris) Witzgall, brother of; Vincent Marinucci, Cecelia Schiavo, Gilda Jamerson, and the late Cristino Marinucci. Also survived by 14 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
     Friends may call on Monday, April 28, 2014, from 2 to 4pm and 6 to 8pm at the GEORGE P. KALAS FUNERAL HOME, 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at 10:30am at Holy Family Catholic Church, 826 W. Central Avenue, Davidsonville, MD. Entombment, Lakemont Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in his memory may be made to Catholic Charities, c/o Gallagher Family Fund, 2520 Pot Spring Rd., Timonium, MD 21093. An online guest book is available at

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Elizabeth (Hodges) Spanagel Passes Away

    Elizabeth "Betty" (Hodges)  Spanagel, 85, passed away peacefully at home  in Satellite Beach, Florida, on Saturday, April 19, 2014, surrounded by her family.

    She was born April 14, 1929, in Annapolis MD, the youngest of the four children of the late C. Addison and Mary Eldridge Hodges. She was reared on a farm near Davidsonville, MD, and graduated from Annapolis High School in 1947. Betty was an employee of the Maryland State government for five years after her graduation. Betty took personal joy in her career as a house wife and nurturing mother while following her husband's career movements as a Naval officer. Besides the success of a 61 year marriage to Herman "Dutch" Spanagel, Betty considered her greatest joy and pride to be in their three daughters: Elizabeth Kent (Larry) Sparkman of Tallahassee, FL; Susan Parker (Eric) Hiller of Indian Harbour Beach, FL, and Ann Aline (Michael) Mudd of Dunkirk, MD. Besides her husband and children, she is survived by eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. One precious grandson, Benjamin, predeceased Betty in 1992. 

    Betty and Dutch have been communicants of Holy Apostles Episcopal Church, Satellite Beach, since 1961.

    A service will be held at that church at 11 o'clock on Friday, April 25, with a reception following in the church hall. It is requested only her remembrance be recalled in your prayers.

Rt. 50 Closed By 3 Car Accident

From The Capital:

A three-vehicle crash closed Route 50 eastbound at Route 424 for more than an hour Wednesday afternoon, according to the Maryland State Highway Administration.
The accident occurred at 3:46 p.m., said Cpl. Brian Curley of the Maryland State Police. Soon afterward, the State Highway Administration closed the road's right lane and posted on Twitter that lanes could be closed up to an hour.

Anne Arundel County Police tweeted at 5:04 p.m. that Route 50 had reopened. 
A 60-year old man was flown to University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore with serious but not life-threatening injuries, said Lt. Cliff Kooser of the Anne Arundel County Fire Department. A 30-year-old man with serious but not life-threatening injuries was driven to shock trauma, Kooser said.
No further information was available about the identity of those involved in the accident as of 5 p.m.

Locals Run in Boston Marathon

    The following Davidsonville people completed the complete Boston Marathon on April 20:  Colleen Carroll 3:44.19, Mary Hadley 4:39:24, Tom Hattar 3:14;44, Jimmy Wilson 3:56:28.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Lorne Doyle Passes Away

    Lorne Edward "Duffy" Doyle, 87, of Annapolis died April 18 at Anne Arundel Medical Center.
    Born January 7, 1927 in Malden, Massachusetts to the late Stephen and Katherine Doyle, Duffy enlisted in the US Navy at the age of 17. After 33 years of service, he retired from the US Navy as a Senior Chief Petty Officer HMCS. He fought in the South Pacific on the USS Hyman and was a veteran of WWII, Korean War and Vietnam. Duffy was part of the first Nuclear Power Program under Admiral Rickover. He was a Plank Owner on the USS Long Beach CGN-9, the first nuclear powered surface ship. He was also Plank Owner on the USS Boxer and the USS Hyman.
    Duffy was a member of Holy Family Catholic Church in Davidsonville, MD and was active with the Fleet Reserve Club in Annapolis, MD. He was an avid reader who loved to solve intricate math problems. He loved horse racing, watching baseball-especially the Dodgers and the Yankees and watched the Boston Braves as a young boy. He enjoyed collecting model trains, playing the banjo and the ukulele.
    Lorne is preceded in death by his parents and his wife of 55 years, Thelma Jane Doyle. Surviving him are three sons, Stephen E. Doyle of Tucson, AZ, Kevin M. Doyle of Dayton, MD and Shawn P. Doyle of Towson, MD; four daughters, Patricia A. Marles of Turlock, CA, Pamela M. Harvey of Annapolis, MD, Colleen B. Bollinger and Mary A. Ogburn; six grandsons, Patrick, Michael, Ryan and Spencer Doyle, Andrew Ogburn and Robert Harvey, Jr.; also survived by fourteen granddaughters, Michelle Roylance, Meghan Pacheco, Erin Carpenter, Courtney and Katie Doyle, Hayley Marles, Kelsey Ogburn, Brianna Callahan, Jilian, Sarah, Lindsay and Jenna Bollinger, Brandie Hall and Vesta Harvey.
    Friends are invited to Lorne's Life  Celebration on Wednesday, April 23 from 2 to 4PM and 6 to 8PM at the George P. Kalas Funeral Home, 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, April 24 at 9:30AM at Holy Family Catholic Church, 826 Central Ave., Davidsonville. Interment will follow in MD Veterans Cemetery, Crownsville. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory are recommended to the Wounded Warrior Project, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675. An online guestbook is available at

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Farmer's Market Weather Woes

    The Farmer's Market had their season opening on April 5,  but the cool damp winter and early spring didn't cooperate.  The fruits and veggies being sold were limited because of late plantings. 
    Davidsonville farmer Martin Zehner, was a founding member of the Market, and he had a few comments that are in the article linked below.
    The octogenarian has farmed near Patuxent River Road since his father bought the land in 1936 and his opinions are often sought by local media. 

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Seth Mackin Had To Deal With Brother's Death

UMBC junior defensive lacrosse player Seth Mackin from Davidsonville  was at the right place to deal with the most difficult situation in his young life.
In the fall of 2012, Seth’s younger brother by only 14 months, Josh, died from liver disease at the age of 18. It is hard to imagine the anguish that such an event can produce on an older sibling, but, in a way, Seth is fortunate. Fortunate that Josh lived the way he did in a limited time, fortunate that he has carried that spirit inside of himself, and fortunate that he has dozens of brothers within the UMBC men’s lacrosse program to help him navigate his life without Josh.
Josh battled his disease from the very early stages of life. When he was four, he received a liver transplant, receiving a portion of his mother Catherine’s liver at Hopkins Children’s Hospital. Josh loved to snowboard, fish and play video games. As he reached South River High School, his condition worsened, but he attended school whenever he could and when he could not, the school system provided instruction for him at home.
As Seth reached his senior year at South River, he encouraged Josh to join him on the lacrosse field, as a statistician.
“That was great,” Seth said. “I held that (experience) close to my heart. That is one thing I will never forget.”

Blossom Pediatric O T Offers Free Screening

To celebrate its grand opening, Blossom Pediatric Occupational Therapy in Davidsonville, Md., is offering free screenings throughout April for children who may be experiencing difficulties or delays in areas such as fine or gross motor skills, sensory processing skills or attention and self-regulation skills. Call Katie on 240-421-3154 or check out

Gail Enright Honored by Arundel Voice

    The Arundel Voice newspaper has honored Gail Enright of Davidsonville as the Volunteer of the Month for her tireless work for DACA over many years.  Gail has been secretary of the Davidsonville Area Civic Association for many years and  also the Editor of the Village Voice,  the association's monthly newsletter, during all those years.  Gail has also been very involved with the Green Expo each year, and is pictured above working at the Welcome table this year.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Recent Davidsonville Home Sales

Recent Davidsonville home sales include:

1)    A two story home on 1.55 acres at 895 Gallant Fox Lane sold by Leonard Acheson to Robert and Karen Schelin for $850,000.

2)  A one and one-half story home on 5.55 acres at 1101 Captain Bell Court was sold by Rory Dickens to Vincent and Diane Piccirilli for $910,000.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Bernadette Wiermanski Passes Away

    Bernadette (nee Melkowski) Wiermanski , of Edgewater, MD and formerly of Chicago, IL.died on Saturday, April 12, 2014.
    She was the beloved wife for 62 years of Richard M. Wiermanski; mother of Mary (Tim) Kauper of Bloomfield Hills, MI, Rick (Cyndie) of Rockford, IL, Ann (Joseph Sidenberg) Halvorsen of Albuquerque, NM, Kathy Ercolano of Mechanicsville, VA and David (Beth) of Gaithersburg, MD, also survived by 8 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.
    A Mass of the Resurrection will be offered on Wednesday, April 16 at 10 am at Holy Family Catholic Church in Davidsonville, MD. Entombment St. Adalbert's Cemetery Mausoleum in Niles, IL at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Friends of John Paul II Foundation, 1721 Forest Ln., McLean, VA 22101. Online guestbook at:

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Homes For $1,000,000 Or More

   At the present time,  there are about 50 Davidsonville homes available for sale.  Of those,  seven are listed for more than $1 million.  They are:
3530 Williamsburg Rd --  $1,250,000
2905 George Howard Way --  1,150,000
825 Mount Airy Rd.  --  $1,250,000
450 W. Central Ave.  --   $1,395,000
2418 Pebblebrook Ct.  --  $1,039,999
860 Governor Bridge Rd. --  $1,495,000
663 Santa Maria Lane  --  $1,250,000

Chris Piccirilli Scores for Villanova

    Chris Piccirilli  gets mentioned as one of the scorers in this article about Villanova defeating Rutgers 15-11 in a Big East lacrosse game.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Clelland Resigns As Football Coach

South River High Football coach Lance Clelland has resigned to take a similar post in at St. Christopher's School in Richmond, Virginia after three successful years at South River.

Ray Thrift Passes Away

    Ray Addison Thrift, Sr., 70, a resident of Glen Burnie and previously of Davidsonville, died April 9 at the Baltimore Washington Medical Center.
    Born in Washington, D.C., Ray served the community as a police officer with the Anne Arundel County Police Department for 30 years. He was a member of Masonic Lodge #213 in Glen Burnie.
    Ray was preceded in death by his wife, Linda Faye Thrift, who died August 26, 2003. He is survived by four sons, Vernon R. Thrift of Bruceton Mills, WV, Ray A. Thrift, Jr. of Indian Head, Kevin L. Thrift of Annapolis and Thomas B. Thrift of Pasadena; sister, Dianne Sanner of Huntingtown; eight grandchildren and a great-grandson.
    Friends are invited to Ray's Life Celebration from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m., Monday, April 14 at the George P. Kalas Funeral Home, 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater, where his funeral service will be held 11 a.m., Tuesday, April 15. Interment will follow at Lakemont Memorial Gardens in Davidsonville. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Concerns of Police Survivors, P.O. Box 393, Princess Anne, MD 21853. An online guestbook is available at:

Friday, April 11, 2014

DES Chess Team Wins Broadneck Invitational

    This past Monday, April 7, 2014, eight area schools competed in the Broadneck Invitational Chess Tournament hosted by Broadneck Elementary.  Each team had eight individual players who competed in three rounds of competitive chess.  The Davidsonville Elementary School chess team was awarded first place.  The team players were Kameron Davis, Teddy Fleming, Danny Goforth, Ryan Hallam, Conner Lawrence, Tabitha Oakes, Patrick Suplee, and Josh Svitak.  The DES chess team is coached by Andrew Lubienski and Chase Gwinn

Recent Davidsonville Home Sales

    Recent Davidsonville home sales include:

1)    A two story home on .92 acre at 1013 Howard Grove Court sold by Edward Kujat to Jeffrey and Kelly Minich for $699,000.

2)    A 1 1/2 story home on 2.45 acres at 720 Sumpter Road sold by the Jesse Darnell Trust to Michael Kirby and Kendra Greer for $560,000.

Colleen Carroll Wins B & A Trail Marathon

    The B&A Trail marathon was run March 30 this year.
     For the women, 41-year old Colleen Carroll of Davidsonville swept to victory. She was 53 seconds in front of Rebecca Hemler, 33, of Nottingham, 3:31:15 to 3:32:08. Carroll’s time not only was good enough for the victory, but it assured another trip for her to the Boston Marathon. The third female finisher was Alison Buckler from Annapolis, who ran 3:32:45.
    In the Women's 60-69 age group,   Maria Shields of  Davidsonville  won with a time of 4:07:04

Kendall Garden Leads Lehigh in Loss at Navy

    The Navy womens lacrosse team pulled out a 9-8 overtime victory over Lehigh on Wednesday,
    Lehigh U. Sophomore midfielder Kendall Garden, an Archbishop Spalding product, scored three goals to lead Lehigh (6-7, 3-3). The Davidsonville resident picked up the slack for junior attack Carli Sukonik, the Mountain Hawks’ top scorer who did not play for unexplained reasons.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

DES Fith Graders Interviewed

    The fifth graders at Mrs. Reilly's class at DES were asked "What is your favorite outdoor activitity?"    You can read their answers below.

Marjorie (Duckett) Clayton Passes Away

    Marjorie May Duckett Clayton,  age 93, died at her Edgewater home of natural causes on April 8.
    Marjorie was born on January 26, 1921 in Davidsonville, MD, the second child of Kenneth Harrison Duckett and Dorothy May Duckett. She graduated from Annapolis High School and Strayer Business College. She began her career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.) where she met her future husband. She also worked as a secretary and legislative assistant for 5 years with the Maryland State Department of Legislative Reference and Secretary and Editorial Clerk for 5 1/2 years with the U.S. Navy Ship Research and Development Center, Annapolis, MD and Secretary for the Local Government Committee during the 1967 Constitutional Convention. She was also employed as secretary by the State Administrative
Board of Election Laws, the Secretary of State for the State of Maryland and served in various capacities including the office of the Attorney General during nine sessions of the Maryland General Assembly.

    She lived in St. Margaret's for 17 years, then Ocean City for 25 years and finally Edgewater for the past 13 years. She enjoyed her winters, going to Bradenton, FL and later Stuart, FL to escape the cold months. She also enjoyed the Florida Keys and her little hide-away at Breezy Palms in Islamorada. Her hobby was her family, her four boys and their wives and her six grandchildren. She enjoyed the beach ("Any Beach"), boating and fishing/crabbing. She also enjoyed traveling and made several lengthy travel trailer trips across the United States and to New England to see as much of the country as she could.
    She was preceded in death by her loving husband, James M. Clayton, Sr., who died a year ago. They were inseparable for 70 years. She was also preceded in death by her older brother, Kenneth Harrison Duckett, who died June 19, 2011.
    She is survived by her younger brother, George Stephen Duckett of Easton, MD and his wife, Joan. She is also survived by her four sons, James M. Clayton, Jr. and his wife, Andrea of Severna Park, Randall S. Clayton and his wife, Elba of Key West, FL and Larry D. Clayton and his wife, Sherry of Edgewater and David H. Clayton and his wife, Barbara of Severna Park, and her grandchildren, Marcy and husband, Tom Rickloff, Amy and husband, Gregg Speed, Laurie and husband, Jeff Powell, and Brooke Clayton, Evan Clayton, Lindsay Clayton, and her special 2:00 visitor, the daughter she had always wanted, Natalie.
    Marjorie was especially determined to stay here long enough to meet her first great-grandbaby and thanks to Amy and Gregg, she had several wonderful visits from baby Garrett born March 21, 2014.     A memorial service will be held at 11:00am Friday, April 11 at the George P. Kalas Funeral Home, 2973 Solomons Island Road, Edgewater, MD. Graveside services will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to your favorite charity.
    You can sign Marjorie's guestbook at:

Recent Davidsonville Home Sales

Recent Davidsonville home sales include:

1)  A one and one-half story home on  .49 acres at 1338 W. Central Ave sold by Robin Craig to Rachel Harris and Stephanie Hetchler for $404,000.

2)  A one and one-half story home on 2.62 acres at 3470 Godspeed Ct. sold by Stuart Hodgson to Joseph and Amy Swank for $1,065,000.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

South River Ranked High By Post

   170 schools are ranked by Washington Post education writer Jay Matthews in what he calls a Challenge Index.  The top public school overall in the rankings is HB Woodlawn in Arlington, VA.  South River came in first among Anne Arundel County high schools and 16th out of the 170.

Friday, April 4, 2014

Wendy Bordewisch Walks For MS

    Wendy Bordewisch of Davidsonville is very active in the drive to find a cure for multiple sclerosis of which she is a victim.   
    With a full-time job in technology sales, two children, and as a new inductee to the Maryland chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s board of trustees, the 44-year-old Davidsonville resident has no time to let the disease take over.
     Though movement may be hard for some, the society will use walking to bring the MS community together to help put an end to the disease with Walk MS 2014. The walk begins at 9 a.m. Sunday, April 6,  at 500 Taylor Ave.

     To read more about Wendy and the Walk MS 2014,  go to:

Emma Guarino On Visiting U. of M. Team

    On Sat., April 5, the Navy lacrosse team will welcome the University of Michigan lacrosse team to the Navy, Marine Corp Memorial Stadium in Annapolis.  One of the visiting players will be Emma Guarino, a freshman mid-fielder on the Wolverine team.
    You can read more about Emma at:

Bethany Edmondson Is Student of the Week

    Bethany Edmondson of Davidsonville is this week's Student of the Week.  The St. Mary's High School senior is the daughter of  Joseph Edmondson,  a lawyer with the Washington, D.C., firm Foley & Lardner LLP,   and  Dr. Barbara Edmondson, the superintendent of the Archdiocese of Baltimore Catholic Schools.
    Bethany is active in many organizations, sports and activities including the National Honor Society.    She has not picked out a college yet,  but plans to major in communications and marketing.
    Big sister Casey, 20, is majoring in psychology, specializing in autism studies, at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. Bridget, 15, is a sophomore at Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville, and brother Liam, 10, attends School of the Incarnation in Gambrills.
    To read about all of Bethany's activities,  go to:

Thursday, April 3, 2014

House To Be Built

A grading permit has been issued for the construction of a new home at 227 Brick Church Road.  The 19 acre parcel is owned by Scott and Sandra Delcore.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

March 4 Fire Videos

    Here is a short video of the fire at 1200 Lake Forest Drive in Davidsonville on March 4, 2014.    It is 47 seconds long.
    Here is  a longer 6 minute video of the same fire.
    Additional photos and story are here:

Davidsonville Wildlife Sanctuary Video

Foxhall Estates & Davidsonville Video

    Here is great video about the community of Foxhall Estates and Davidsonville produced by Aiean Veres.

All Star Lacrosse Camps in Davidsonville

All Star Lacrosse Camps is happy to announce their return to Davidsonville, Maryland!  This year’s summer lacrosse camp is sponsored by Davidsonville Athletic Association and is open to all ages (1st-12th grade). Learn from the best!  Instruction and teaching from High Point University’s Women’s Lacrosse Coach, Lyndsey Boswell and her players!
Davidsonville Printable Registration Form
Please make checks payable to: All Star Lacrosse CampsMail to: 1174 Double Pond Lane, High Point, NC 27265
Lacrosse camp will start on Tuesday, June 10th and run through Thursday, June 12th, from 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM.  Camp will be held at Davidsonville Park (if camp moves to turf, announcement will be made), June 10-12th, 2014 from 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM (registration at 5:00 PM on June 10th).
Davidsonville Park 
3042 Patuxent River Road
Davidsonville, MD 21035
Questions? Email us:

Renee Winsky Independent Advisor

Renee M Winsky of Davidsonville is an independent senior advisor with  more than two decades of experience in the management of nonprofit, quasi-government and government entities.
You can read about her at: