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Beltsville Briefs March 2022

Updated: Mar 28, 2022

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department Officers for the year 2022

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department would like to announce the installation of their Officers for the year 2022.

Congratulations to President Pam Casagranda, Vice President Cathy Alexander, Recording Secretary Bibi Gurwah, Treasurer Angela Whitman, Corresponding Secretary Paula Stickles, Chaplain Lois Hetz and Historian Jane Nealis.

The Beltsville Young at Heart Club

Happy New Year! Since we could not meet in January due to the community center being closed, out first meeting of the new year was in February with a Valentine theme. March 17 will be a St. Patrick’s Day party. Dan & Cheryl will be our entertainment—oldies but goodies with an Irish jig allowed. Masks are required by the center as well as the 6-foot seating.

Our business meeting starts at 11:00 am, but come earlier to sign in, get some light refreshments, and buy your 50/50 tickets to win. We also have a Clyde’s Closet items to buy and even a “free” table. Sign up for a future trip with us, but bring your checkbook to pay when you sign up. Shirley has some nice trips to try, with full covid-19 precautions to follow.

Come to fellowship, meet other seniors over 55, and get to know us. We’ve been around since 1966, same place. --Beltsville Community Center, 3900 Sellman Road. Questions, call Lois at 301-498-9736.

Explore a New Resource for Genealogical Research

At the next virtual meeting of the Prince George’s County Genealogical Society, Dr. Kenneth Heger will speak about Global Journeys, Local Communities. Learn about records created by American pensioners living temporarily or permanently abroad when they interacted with a U.S. consulate, legation or embassy. Join us on Wednesday, March 2 at 7 p.m. on Zoom and discover new resources for researching your ancestors on a pension who traveled and/or lived overseas.

Kenneth Heger, Ph.D. has worked at the University of Maryland and the National Archives and Records Administration. He is currently president of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society.

Members will receive an email invitation a few days before the meeting. Non-members may request an invitation by emailing

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