Councilmember Craig Rice celebrates the Chesapeake Bay

Chesapeake Bay Photo by the U.S. EPA
June 23, 2016
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Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week was earlier this month, but to County Councilmember Craig Rice, we should be celebrating the Bay and our local waters all year long.  Recently, the Councilmember took a trip to Black Hills Regional Park with his daughter. They went fishing and boating.

 

Councilmember Craig Rice's Daughter

Councilmember Rice’s daughter at Black Hills Regional Park

 

At the park you can visit Little Seneca Creek, which connects to Seneca Creek, which connects to the Potomac River and then, you guessed it, the Chesapeake Bay!

 

Councilmember Craig Rice's Daughter

 

Watch the Councilmember discuss the Bay and the County’s water protection programs with Department of Environmental Protection Director Lisa Feldt on Montgomery al Dia:

 

 

Signing the Proclamation for the Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week

 

Proclamation for Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week

Councilmember Craig Rice (Center) with DEP Director Lisa Feldt (Left) and Kit Gage, resident of Sligo Park Hills (Right)

 

 

 



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