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Annapolis Landing is a diverse community of 248 single-family homes located on Beard’s Creek off the South River just outside of Annapolis and convenient to both Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

Stuff the Minivan
Book Drive

 
Clear the bookcases and donate your books to the Parole
Rotary Club's Project BIG - Books for International Goodwill
 

WHEN: Saturday, May 14th: 9:30am to 11:30am rain or shine

WHERE: Reichart Park, located at the entrance to Annapolis Landing. Look for the green minivan!

WHAT to DONATE: Books in good condition: fiction, non-fiction, soft & hard back. There is a special need for children's books for Tyler Heights Elementary School in Annapolis. Donation receipts are available upon request.

 

This book collection is part of Jillian Mikutsky's Girl Scout Silver Award Project. For more information, contact Jillian at dmikutsky@yahoo.com

 BIG recycles books and puts them in the hands of new users. In the past 17 years, BIG has shipped over 7 million books to poor communities overseas, Indian Reservations and communities recovering from natural disasters. Visit them at: www.big-books.org.

 

 

Our neighborhood features tree-lined and lighted streets with sidewalks, underground utilities, naturally wooded areas, lots of open ground and two well-equipped playgrounds.  Benches and picnic tables are located throughout the community and there is a private waterfront park with a multi-purpose dock, boat ramp, marina with slips for 62 boats of varying sizes, transient pier, and racks for storing up to 42 dinghies, kayaks and canoes.

 

We are a friendly neighborhood with activities geared towards both adults and children.  Every year the Annapolis Landing Homeowner’s Association (ALHA) sponsors an Easter-egg hunt, a back-to-school social, a family movie night and a Halloween party.  There is an active Women’s Club which coordinates monthly happy hours for the grown-ups and runs a Welcoming Committee.  Throw in the Spring sock burning at our waterfront park, spur-of-the-moment get-togethers with friends, community clean-up days and neighborhood self-help projects, and you can see why we love to live here.