Beltsville Briefs October 2021
Updated: Nov 2, 2021
The Beltsville Young at Heart Club
The Beltsville Young at Heart senior group will meet for the first time this year on Thursday, October 21 at the Beltsville Community Center, 3900 Sellman Road.
We meet at 11:00am till about 1:00pm. Masks are required. No drinks or refreshment will be served, but you can bring your own drink and snacks. You must be 55 years and can join after 3 meetings.
We usually have speakers, entertainment, trips, 50/50, Bingo, plus light refreshments., but the pandemic has limited some of our activities now.
We look forward to seeing our elder members and anyone new who would like to join us. Questions: call 301-498-9736.
Welcome Major Fisher
Welcome Major Fisher to Beltsville Division 6 Prince George's County Police Department
Major Jason Fisher is a 21st century law enforcement leader who is a Prince George’s County native. His career comprises over 21 years as a Prince George’s County Police Department (PGPD) officer. He has planned and directed police department activities at various ranks and command assignments including Operations Commander for the Bureau of Forensic Science and Intelligence; Commander, Central Region, Regional Investigation Division; Assistant Commander, Special Operations Division; Assistant Commander, District III; Acting Assistant Commander, District IV. Major Fisher’s memberships and activities include the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), National Technical Investigators Association (NATIA) and the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA). Major Fisher has been serving as the President of the Prince George’s County Police Command Officers’ Association (COA) for the past six years. Major Fisher holds a B.A. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland.
Emmanuel United Methodist Church to hold outside Worship Service on Oct. 3
Emmanuel United Methodist Church will be holding an outdoor worship service on Oct. 3 at 10am to celebrate World Communion Sunday. They invite you to bring a chair and join them for this worship experience.
In the Methodist Church, World Communion Sunday is one of six churchwide Special Sundays with offerings of The United Methodist Church. World Communion Sunday calls the church to reach out to all people and model diversity among God’s children.
If you have any questions, contact the church office at 301-937-7114 or firstname.lastname@example.org.