GCC Education Chairperson, Tom Frank, is appointed to the school board:
Governor selects three Board of Education members
Updated: 27 June 2015
14 July 2015
There will be NO regular GCC meeting
30 June 2015
Meeting to plan National Night Out Against Crime
This planning meeting will be held at
the Crofton Library
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Planning National Night Out Against Crime
Held at the Crofton Library
5 PM to 6:30 PM
National Night Out
County Council Update
When: Second Tuesday Monthly at 7:00 PM
GCC Meeting Cancellation PolicyIf the Board of Education of Anne Arundel County cancels school activities due to inclement weather, then the Greater Crofton Council's meeting will also be canceled.
Please do not park in front of stores along
GCC OFFICERS and Committee Chairs 2015
GCC officers Nomination Forms
Citizen of the Year Nomination Form
GCC Bylaws Pdf file, 155 KB
GCC Position and County Reply to Recycle Bins
A short history of GCC officers
Community Center Program Needs pdf
Adair Farms - Equestrian Homes
Village at Waugh Chapel South
Concepts for Staples Corner
State of Anne Arundel County pdf
Documents Pertaining to Landfills
Documents Pertaining to Water
A.A. Co. Medicare Part D Info. Form 1.8 MB pdf
Arundel Volunteer Fire Department
Arundel Soccer Association
Crofton Athletic Council
Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce
Davidsonville Civic Association
Four Seasons Community Association
Greater Odenton Improvement Assn.
West A. A. County Chamber of Commerce
Geographic Information Systems County Web
Growth Action Network
Focus On Crofton
Alliance for Sustainable Communities
Crofton Village Garden Club
West Rhode Riverkeeper link
Community & Environment Defense Services
Chesapeake Environmental Protection Association
TREE-MENDOUS MARYLAND link
Purchase trees for your community
Village Commons Community Center link
at The Village at Waugh Chapel
Anne Arundel County Government
Anne Arundel County Council
AAC Public Schools
County News Links
The Greater Crofton Council met, with President Dan Scholfield presiding. As the meeting got started, Dan introduced Delegate Sid Saab, who had completed his first year in April.
Delegate Saab serves on the Health and Government Operations Committee, and on its crematories, wills and trusts subcommittee. Issues before that sub-committee are generally "non-partisan", with the exception of the "death with dignity" bill. More controversial bills included providing for in vitro fertilization for same-sex couples and handling of birth certificates for trans-gendered citizens. Delegate Saab mentioned that he learned to ask questions, and prefers to have bills withdrawn, not killed.
The county delegation placed Delegates Beidle, Busch, Carey, Howard and Saab on its education sub-committee, where Delegate Saab favored an elected board of education.
Next to speak was County Executive Schuh's Constituent Affairs Officer, Michelle Corkadel.
She mentioned that Mr. Schuh would soon present his budget proposal. One of his proposals would stop parents from hosting teen-age drinking parties. She distributed a handout of facts about teen-age drinking. There is also a proposed half million dollar study concerned with the building of Crofton High School.
The GCC has cooperated in the following:
The GCC was honored for helping fund the "TEEN Space" at the Crofton Community Library.
Crofton Night Out - 5 August 2014
The Greater Crofton Council (GCC) recently donated $10,000 to assist with the preservation, protection and promotion of the Historic Linthicum Walks farmhouse and grounds, located next to the
Crofton Middle School. Pictured are Linthicum Walks President Katie Dentler and GCC Vice President Torrey Jacobsen. Linthicum Walks dates to the mid-1700's and consists of a frame farmhouse built on
a stone foundation, embodying the distinctive Tidewater architectural characteristics of early Maryland. The grounds also contain a family cemetery. The Friends of Linthicum Walks at Crofton will
hold a General Membership meeting at the farmhouse later this Spring. Linthicum Walks is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as well as the Maryland Historic Trust.
Night Out Against Crime 2012