Donate

From my family to yours, I want to wish you a happy and restful Easter weekend.  The celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus holds deep meaning for me. I am looking forward to church activities and spending time with family.  I hope that you and your family enjoy this weekend together. Below I’ve included some thoughts information about local events and my weekly video. 

Weekly Video Update:

Click here for my weekly Session video, a summary of important legislative activity this week in Annapolis.

Leadership Carroll

Leadership Carroll is now accepting applications for the Class of 2017. Leadership Carroll is cosponsored by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce and Carroll Community College. Since its debut in 1990, Leadership Carroll has been the premier leadership development program in Carroll County.  For more information about the program or to apply, click here.

Senatorial Scholarship

The deadline to apply for a Senatorial Scholarship is March 31st. To be eligible for a Senatorial Scholarship, you must attend a Maryland college or university, a private career school, or a school out of state that offers a “unique major” not currently found in the Maryland University System. Students may use the Senatorial Scholarship towards undergraduate studies or graduate studies, and may attend full or part-time. For more information or to obtain a scholarship application for please contact Emily Van Horn at devanhorn@verizon.net.

Upcoming Events in Carroll County

March 25 – May 6: 9th Annual PEEPshow.  Carroll County Agriculture Center, Westminster, 8am-3pm.

April 30: School of the Soldier. Carroll County Farm Museum, Westminster, 9am-4pm.  Open to boys and girls ages 10 to 13.  Pre-registration required by April 15. $25

May 7&8: Reenactment: The Battle of Big Bethel.  Carroll County Farm Museum, Westminster.

 

Keeping you informed is a responsibility that I take seriously and always appreciate your interest and feedback on my updates. Please contact me with any questions or concerns that you have.

 

Sincerely,

Senator Justin Ready