Cabell Corporation is a property management company that has 13 subsidized housing projects in Maryland and Delaware. Call the number above and you will be given contact information for the manager of one of the projects, depending on where you would like to live.
Camp Mardela seeks to provide children and adults with opportunities for spiritual growth, fellowship, and recreation in a setting that deepens their appreciation for God's creation.
Services Provided: Specializes in Christian summer camps, retreats, family reunions, church activities, and other special events. Facilities are available for rental, including a pavilion, cabins, and a large retreat center. The camp also features fishing (free for groups renting the facilities), canoe rentals, and a recreational field. Visit the website, call, or e-mail for more information.
Camp Todd, provided by the Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay Council, Inc., provides the following services: bird watching, boating, swimming, campgrounds & camping, hiking, orienteering, GPS trails, zip line, challenge course and a nature trail. Camp and facilities can be rented by private organizations.
Caroline Center's mission is to provide opportunities that inspire. CCI offers supports to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities determined through choice, with a focus on the encouragement of natural relationships to result in genuine community integration. Locations of supports vary from licensed homes, to independently owned/leased homes, local neighborhoods and day habilitation with hours determined by the needs of the person(s) being supported.
Promotes the study and enjoyment of birds, knowledge about our natural resources and fosters its appreciation and conservation. Maintains a system of sanctuaries to encourage the conservation of birds and their habitats. Helps to record and publish observations of bird life. Volunteers accepted to help clean Pelot Sanctuary, go into schools and teach children about nature, and to lead bird walks. If you find an injured bird, please review the following document that explains how to care for it: www.mdbirds.org/conservation/rehab/rehab.html. To find a bird rehabilitator in your area, please go to the following website: www.mwra.org. For our Facebook page please visit: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Caroline-County-Bird-Club/138388266259687...
Board games are a great way to relax, have fun, get creative, challenge yourself or just spend quality one-on-one time with your friends and family without the distraction of electronics. Our group is open to all ages and gamers of all types, whether you enjoy the classics or newer gamers. Any kind of board, card, puzzle, dice, pen & paper, collectable trading cards and miniatures games are welcome! Contact us for more information.
We meet the last Tuesday of every month at the Caroline County Public Library from 6-9:30 pm in the large meeting room. A variety of games are provided, but we encourage members to bring their favorites to share. Email us or join our group for more information and other events.
Caroline County Public Schools is a system consisting of approximately 5,500 students; more than 380 professional staff members, and ten schools. Instructional programs in all subject areas are offered. A comprehensive academic and vocational program includes classes for students of all ability levels. A free Pre-Kindergarten program is available at all 5 elementary schools for qualifying preschoolers. Teachers are part of a continuous curriculum improvement program, and may participate in a number of staff development and inservice programs.
Conducts elections, assists persons seeking elective office with candidate filings and campaign reports, assists citizens wishing to place questions on ballots, maintains and preserves electoral information and records, provides electoral information to the public, and registers voters.
The center offers job readiness training, job skills enhancement, employment referrals, career counseling, case management, resume assistance, special programs and workshops, and assistance making job contacts. Special assistance available to veterans.
The Caroline County Chamber of Commerce is a networking, information and growth resource to businesses, nonprofits, government institutions and other organizations, as well as interested individuals. The Chamber will have several working committees, some of which may be related to Education, Public Policy, Government, Young Professionals Group,Member Social Events, and more. All Executive Committee and Board meetings are open to the membership.
In addition to civil and criminal cases, the Clerk of Court handles business and marriage licenses, family court forms, and houses land records. Judge's Chambers: 410-479-2303; Jury Duty line: 410-479-3821
Caroline County is governed by a three member Board of County Commissioners, which fulfills both legislative and executive functions. The basic duties and responsibilities of the County Commissioners are: - Enact County laws and establish County policies - Decide what taxes are charged and set the rate - Set the County operating and capital budgets - Oversee the management of County departments and operations - Approve contracts and agreements - Promote welfare of Caroline County - Submit proposed changes of state law to the Maryland General Assembly
The Commissioners meet weekly on Tuesdays at 9:00 a.m. except for the last Tuesday of each month, which is an evening meeting beginning at 7:00 p.m. Meetings are sometimes cancelled due to holidays or other circumstances, so please check the schedule to confirm the meeting. Meetings are held at the Caroline County Courthouse, 109 Market Street, Room 106, Denton, Maryland. There may be occasional advertised "on-the-road" meetings around the county, so check the schedule to confirm location. Open meeting are an important part of the democratic process. The commissioners meetings are where all important decisions regarding your local government are made - from adopting new legislation to setting the budget. All residents are encouraged to attend Commissioners meetings.
To facilitate citizen participation, there are open public comment periods at the beginning and end of each Commissioners meeting. However, most citizen concerns can be resolved without attending a meeting. If you have a question or concern, we encourage you to fill out this form or call out office at 410-479-0660. Our staff is committed to exceptional constituent services and will follow up with you within one business day.