ChocolateFest is Friday, February 12

ChocolateFest flyer

Ticket includes a free beer, glass of wine, soft drink, or ChocolateFest Mudslide (vodka and Kahlua).

Enjoy a buffet featuring top round of beef, Maryland crab balls, a variety of egg rolls, spanakipita, vegetable crudites, cheese and fruit, and a dessert table with chocolate fountains.

Local musicians Landing Mary will provide live entertainment by the dance floor.

Real Money gambling includes two blackjack tables, one roulette table, and one poker table.

Check out our silent auction items and take your chances in 50/50, raffle for a Wagon of Cheer, bingo, and a cake walk.

Questions? Call 301-934-2025.

Welcome Tina Wilson, our Newest Board Member

Tina

We are very pleased to have Tina Wilson as the newest member of the PTRC Board of Directors. Tina joined the Board on January 7.

Tina is a lifelong resident of Charles County. She grew up on a small farm along Neale Sound near Cobb Island, where she nurtured her love of the water. After attending college on the eastern shore, she pursued a career in the Army, retiring in 2005. She served as a logistics officer on a variety of assignments, including at Schofield Barracks in Hawaii, and in Stuttgart, Germany, and Skopje, Macedonia. She is a veteran of Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Several of Tina’s assignments involved providing water to villagers as part of humanitarian support, and this work brought home to her the importance of clean water and how so many take it for granted.

Upon retiring from the service, she renewed her love of boating and moved to Port Tobacco. While on a boating trip to Chapel Point, she learned of the dangers of a high bacteria count in the river from fellow boaters, which lead her to join the PTRC. Monitoring the river provides wonderful opportunities to see the watershed in ways many locals don’t get to see. Once you have muddied your boots and collected a few samples, the river as well as many of its contributing streams is no longer just a feature you drive by and take for granted; you begin to take ownership of it. It is Tina’s hope that many more people will become members of the PTRC and learn to better appreciate the Port Tobacco River. In addition to being a member of the Board of Directors, Tina serves as PTRC’s Water Monitoring Coordinator.