Join us for free presentations from the Master Gardeners of Howard County. Learn tips and tricks from experts that you can take home to your own garden!
Herbs: Indoor Herb Gardening – September 30 · 7pm
Herbs like sunny locations indoors and out. Whether you grow them from seed or buy plants, by following simple suggestions for growing, maintaining, and harvesting indoors or outside you can have a ready supply of herbs year round. This presentation provides general care ideas that apply to a variety of herbs.
Perennial Gardening – October 21 · 7pm
This session provides an in-depth forum for creating and maintaining beautiful perennial gardens. It includes a discussion of design concepts, plant selection, soil preparation, on-going plant care, and sustainable practices. Recommendations for tree, shrub, and perennial plants, with an emphasis on native plants are provided.
Invasive Plants – November 18 · 7pm
Invasive plants seem to be multiplying every year and are a burden to every gardener. This presentation will talk about things you need to know about invasives and will inform you about ways to deal with them so you can make the right decisions for your landscape. Emphasis is on both ornamental plants and weedy species.
Duties involve monitoring building use during events to ensure compliance with facility policies and procedures. Candidates must be able to effectively work independently, be available to work flexible hours (particularly on evenings and weekends) and must be 21 years or older.
Long Reach Community Association is looking to fill the part-time position of Administrative Assistant.
Candidate must have excellent communication and organization skills, the ability to prioritize and be able to diffuse difficult situations. Duties include, but not limited to providing administrative support and assistance to the Village Manager and Board. Occasional night and weekend shifts are required.
Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume to email@example.com. No calls please.
LRCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. LRCA ensures equal employment opportunity for all persons without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, martial status, disability, sexual orientation, or political affiliation.
The Resident Architectural Committee (RAC) is integral in maintaining superior design and planning standards in Long Reach. The RAC is composed of village residents who review and approve resident requests for exterior changes to their homes or an in-home business. Volunteers must be able to perform property site visits and attend meetings every other Wednesday.
Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the village office at 410-730-8113