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Tony Pasek, Anne Puppa and Hobie Statzer (not in photo) remove light fixture

Workday: Historic Ships In Baltimore – Nov 22, 2014

There was a large crew for the last workday up in Baltimore. It was a brisk day with highs in the 40s. The ship was very cold when we first arrived so one of Greg’s first tasks was to fix the electrical problem that was preventing the heat from working. It’s a good thing Greg …

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Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse

Workday: Thomas Point Lighthouse – Oct 20th and Nov 8th 2014

On October 20th two volunteers headed out to do some more work at Thomas Point. They had a shortened workday due to the weather – but they still managed to accomplish quite a bit. They finished removing the remnants of the storage shed and began installing deck boards where the raised platform in front of …

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Chapter Scout Patch

Girl Scouts and Webelo Pack from Indian Head, MD

  Scouts from Indian Head, MD completed our Scout Patch program!  Seven Senior, Cadette, and Junior Girl Scouts from troops 2492, 6461 and 2505; and three Webelos from pack 425, visited Drum Point and Cove Point as part of the eight completed activities from our program. Their activities included making posters to display at their …

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2014 Grant Recepient

2014 Grant Award: Friends of Concord Point Lighthouse

The Chapter awarded the 2014 HELP preservation grant of $1,000.00 to the Friends of Concord Point Lighthouse in Havre de Grace, MD on October 13, 2014. This non-profit group will use this grant along with $1,500 to be raised by the Friends for some needed restoration and improvements to both the 1827 lighthouse and the …

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Photo by Hobie Statzer
The shed is coming down

Workday: Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse – Oct 3, 2014

Three volunteers went out to focus on the main project of dismantling the dilapidated cantilevered storage shed. Howard used a reciprocating saw to cut the rafters, beams and siding. Tony helped move the old lumber to the decking near the floor hatch and hammered in the old nails so nobody would be injured. All three …

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Chapter_Cake

Chapter 25th Anniversary Celebration Photos

The Chapter celebrated it’s 25th Anniversary on Saturday, September 20, 2014 with a picnic to honor members and volunteers at Fort Washington Park. Click here to see more photos on our Facebook page. (You do not need to have a Facebook account)

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Concord Point Keeper's House

2014 Fall Chapter Board Meeting Photos

The Chapter Fall Board Meeting was held Saturday, September 13, 2014 at the Concord Point Keepers House in Havre de Grace, MD Click here to see more photos on our Facebook page. (You do not need to have a Facebook account) View Larger Map

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Lighthouse in a Bottle

ChesLights Kids! – New Craft Projects!

SEE OUR LATEST PROJECTS!! Follow these detailed instructions and video to create a beautiful clay pot lighthouse with a lantern.

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The assembled Gamewell Model 3 Striker in place

Thomas Point Special Project – Fog Bell Striker Installed

Special Project, Bell Striker Clockwork, Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse by Bob Stevenson Thursday July 17 and Saturday July 26 The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum was the home of three of the eight known clockwork bell machines still in existence. One is in the Point Lookout Bell Tower, one is in the Hooper Strait Lighthouse, and …

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Brownie Group

Education: Brownie Troop, Dawn, VA

Chapter President, Tony Pasek, his wife Alma and Chapter Secretary, Hobie Statzer did a lighthouse talk and the Chapter’s preservation efforts on August 11 to a group of Brownies in Dawn, VA during their week-long day Camp Evening Shade. The Brownies are working on a special Lighthouse badge and are rising 2 & 3rd graders. …

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