Calvert County Democratic Women's Club


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  • 03/08/2023 3:39 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Calvert County government seeks resident feedback on county services - what you like, what you don't like, and what your priorities are. Please fill out the survey online to make your opinions heard, and share the link with your friends and neighbors.

    For more information, visit the survey page newsflash on the county website.

  • 03/07/2023 4:08 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    20th Annual Women of the World Celebration &

    Awards Event Honoring Women & Girls of Calvert


    When:         Saturday, March 11, 2023

    Where:        Virtual event in collaboration with Calvert Library

    Time:          11:00am-12:30 pm Program; 12:40-1:30 Chat room visits

    Theme:       Celebrating 20 Years of WOW!!

    Sponsor:     Calvert County Commission for Women

    Keynote Speaker: Roz Plater, Emmy Award winning TV Journalist and Calvert County native

    Cost:            No Charge

    Register:     To get the link you must register on the Calvert Library website at:

    Partner organizations include: Calvert County Historical Society, Calvert County Minority Business Alliance, Calvert Library, Community Mediation Center of Calvert, Concerned Black Women of Calvert County, League of Women Voters Calvert County

    For more information contact:        Calvert County Commission for Women

    Purpose and Mission of CCCW

    The Calvert County Commission for Women was established by the Calvert Board of County Commissioners by Resolution on June 22, 1976. The Commission is charged with improving opportunities for women and girls by: promoting women’s education and employment; being a voice and advocate for women and girls; identifying and studying relevant issues; being a clearinghouse on issues; giving recognition to outstanding women and girls.

  • 03/07/2023 3:29 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The following letter is shared from the Calvert Concept Charitable Corporation (C4). Please share with anyone who may be interested in these valuable programs. There are many in Calvert County who may be eligible!


    Printable PDF version of this letter

  • 10/23/2022 2:25 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Rutgers University Press is making seven books available for download FREE through January 2023. The books are:

    • Abortion Care as Moral Work edited by Johanna Schoen
    • No Real Choice by Katrina Kimport
    • Abortion in the American Imagination by Karen Weingarten
    • Reproductive Justice: The Politics of Health Care for Native American Women by Barbara Gurr
    • The Public Life of the Fetal Sonogram by Janelle S. Taylor
    • Dying to Count by Siri Suh
    • An Open Secret by Natalie L. Kimball

    Readers may download any of the seven books for free entering the code “RCCC” at checkout.

  • 10/12/2022 3:10 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Don't forget, the January 6 Congressional Committee is back with another hearing to inform the public about what happened. Inquiring minds want to know! Here are a couple of useful links.

    From Amber Phillips at The Washington Post:

    How to watch the next Jan. 6 Committee hearing and what to look for

    "The next hearing will be Thursday, Oct. 13, at 1 p.m. Eastern.

    The committee plans to show video footage and Secret Service emails that demonstrate how President Donald Trump egged on the unrest that day, even though he was warned there might be violence, report The Post’s Carol D. Leonnig and Jacqueline Alemany.

    The committee live-streams its hearings, and most major TV news stations have been airing all of the hearings in full, except for Fox News. (“In the past, Fox News does play our hearings if the hearing is in the daytime,” Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) told CNN on Sunday.)

    The Washington Post will have anchored coverage and analysis before the hearings on YouTube and C-SPAN will air the hearing in full."

    Read full article

    From MSNBC:

    Here's what to watch for in Thursday's 'final' Jan. 6 hearing

  • 10/12/2022 3:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    From News4:

    "The men vying to become Maryland's next governor will face off tonight in their first and only debate. Republican Dan Cox and Democrat Wes Moore will debate at 7:00pm Wednesday, October 12.

    The hourlong debate will air on News4, which teamed up with Baltimore's WBAL-TV and Maryland Public Television."

    Please tell your family and friends. Informed voters will want to watch this debate.

    More on the debate from News4.

  • 10/07/2022 2:04 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    In case you missed it, you can watch the 10/6 League of Women Voters Candidate Forum here:

    This forum included candidates for Delegate District 29C, State's Attorney, and School Board.

    There was also a nonpartisan explanation of the five questions (referenda) on this year's ballot by Ralph Watkins of the Maryland League of Women Voters. If you find ballot questions confusing (as I do), this video is very helpful! That portion starts around 1:46:00.

  • 10/04/2022 10:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    In case you missed it: here is the video for the 9/29 candidates' forum held by the Calvert County Chamber of Commerce. This event featured candidates for Sheriff and the Board of County Commissioners.

    The event was live streamed.

  • 10/01/2022 7:13 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Due to inclement weather, the Fair closed at 6:00 pm Friday. (We took down our tents earlier on Friday in anticipation of rain and high winds.)

    For more information on the Fair schedule, check their website or Facebook page

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