In our mission to share the beauty that surrounds us here in Harford County, we bring you our 2020 Calendar titled “Red Planks 2 of Harford County”. This is the 5th in a series of original, stunning calendars brought to you by Sonipak Design. Through the creative partnership with photographer Amy Jones, we have once again captured these ruby gems to create a stunning 2020 Calendar.
We invite you to pick up a copy of this one-of-a-kind artistic calendar steeped rich in our county’s beauty. 20,000 copies will be distributed around our great county. Below are a handful of locations where it can be found (while supplies last):
- Agape Physical Therapy, Forest Hill
- Broom’s Bloom, Bel Air
- City of Havre de Grace Visitor’s Center, Havre de Grace
- Eden Mill Nature Center, Pylesville
- Forest Hill Health + Fitness, Forest Hill
- Full Heart Solutions, Bel Air
- Havre de Grace Decoy Museum, Havre de Grace
- Great Escapes, Bel Air
- Harford County Extension Office – Ag Center, Street
- Harford County Public Library – all branches
- Jarrettsville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Jarrettsville
- Ladew Gardens, Monkton
- Mason Dixon Country, Street
- MaGerk’s Pub & Grill, Bel Air
- Model A Fitness, Delta PA
- Rockfield Manor, Bel Air
- Salt Works Spa, Bel Air
- Singer Auto & Tire Center, Abingdon
- Steppingstone Farm Museum, Havre de Grace
- The Bel Air Armory Visitor’s Center, Bel Air
- The Mill – all Harford County locations
- The Nest on Main, Bel Air
- The Rustic Peddler, Whiteford
- Thompson’s Moving, Hickory
- UPS Store, Bel Air, Agora Drive and Old Emmorton Road
The Non-Profit Red Planks 2 of Harford County Supports:
Proceeds from this calendar benefit:
The Historical Society of Harford County, Inc.
The Historical Society of Harford County, Inc., established at the County Courthouse in 1885, is the oldest county historical society in Maryland. Initially, the Society focused on quarterly meetings where members and others presented historical papers they had written and accepted items of historical importance for a growing archive. One of the more interesting items donated in 1886 was a cannon ball alleged to have been fired by the British on Havre de Grace in 1813. In 1995, the cannon ball, used as a door stop at the Society, was found to “be alive”. The Society had it detonated at APG and now stores some of the remaining pieces.
The Society’s role in our community include developing a quarterly bulletin, preserving and cataloging County Court Records dating back to the 17th century, establishing a Research Library which includes vast genealogy resources and expanding its archival collection which now includes more than 50,000 photographs as well as paper records, textiles, artifacts and artwork detailing the story of Harford County.
These ambitious efforts made finding a permanent location essential. After many years in numerous temporary sites, in 1994, Harford County transferred the old Bel Air Post Office to the Society. This historic building now houses all of the departments that make up the Society – Archives, Artifacts, Art, Textiles, Court Records, Research Library, Genealogy, Exhibits, Gift Shop and special events. Visitors are encouraged to stop by and savor the county’s rich past.
143 N Main St, Bel Air, MD 21014 • 410-838-7691 • www.harfordhistory.org
Thank You to Our Sponsors!
Amy Jones Photography
Amy Jones is a Baltimore/ Harford County based photographer. She specializes in commercial, advertising and editorial photography and was the fashion editor for Harford Style Magazine. She has done extensive work for corporate clients as well, including Volvo, APGFCU, MD LIVE Casino, Johns Hopkins University, Kennedy Krieger Institute, The Seed School, AARP, Maryland Fuel Fund, Upper Chesapeake Health, Jordan Thomas Salon, Cloverland Dairy, Hillside Lawn Service, Bucknell University, Clarke Builders, Visage Salon, Baltimore Symphony, Laurrapin Grill, Alchemy on 36 Restaurant and BCT Bank of Charlestown.
PO Box 291, Fallston, MD • 410-366-3619 • firstname.lastname@example.org • www.amyjphoto.com
H. G. Roebuck & Son
For 100 years and four generations, H. G. Roebuck & Son has been recognized as one of the premier printing companies in the region. We are dedicated to printing short run (5,000 to 100,000 copies) publications, catalogs and special interest pieces on our full-size web presses. By concentrating in the short run market, we can better assist our clients in producing a superb publication. We understand what you look for in your print partner. Our staff will provide the personal assistance and technical expertise necessary to ensure that your final product successfully reflects the image your organization wants projected. As our customer, you can always depend upon honest, courteous and accurate answers to your production inquiries. Our unique combination of prepress, presses and finishing equipment at our new manufacturing facility enable us to maintain your publication schedules. We are committed to keeping those schedules. At Roebuck Printing we do what it takes to get the job done!
4987 Mercantile Road, Baltimore, MD 21236 • 410-931-3300 (Baltimore) • 410-931-3314 (fax) • 800-638-1777 (toll free)