Back on the Road 2018
Time for our second annual Back on the Road! Last year, over 30 nominations were submitted for South Carroll veterans who continue to serve our local community in many amazing ways. We’re excited to make this an annual event.
C&A is once again selecting two veterans living in the Eldersburg/Sykesville area who could use a little extra help getting or keeping their vehicle going. Whether its for travel to work, finding work or transporting their family around—we’re looking to get them back on the road.
The selected veterans will each receive up to $2,500 of auto repair or maintenance services at no charge. All work will be done to our high standards with our full 24 month/24,000 mile warranty—they will just see an amount due of zero.
We will not advertise their names unless the veteran approves and everything can be submitted anonymously if you prefer. We may broadly announce what work was done but not who it was for or any identifying images of the vehicles.
Selections will be made Veterans Day, Sunday, November 11th, 2018. We can begin work as soon as it convenient for the nominee.
- No need to like a page or buy anything
- No limit on nominations
- Nominees are picked at our sole discretion
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Nominations are now closed so we can announce our selections on Veteran's Day.
Back on the Road Success Stories
C&A is proud to sponsor Liberty High School‘s USO Club this year. The USO Club holds a celebration breakfast on Veteran’s Day and invites members of the community who served int he military or who are currently serving to join them to commemorate their sacrifices and honor them for their dedication to our country.
They lay wreaths at Crest Lawn Cemetery in December to honor fallen comrades in coordination with Wreaths Across America. They participate in Operation Welcome Home which allows us to thank servicemen and women when they return home from overseas at BWI Airport.
They also are putting together care packages in conjunction with Operation Gratitude for those servicing overseas to help them know that we are thinking about them and appreciate their work.
We love the work these local students are doing and they set a great example for all of us!
C&A is proud to sponsor Carroll Singer‘s choral performance of What Sweeter Music this holiday season at the Westminster High School auditorium. This year the choral group has many new members and a new artistic choral director, Julia Richard. The Carroll Singers are in their 14th season and are dedicated to providing the citizens of Carroll County with quality choral performances.
Carrol Singers uses the proceeds for operating expenses, advertising the events, supporting Carroll County non-profits serving local community members in need and for their annual scholarship to a Carroll County high school senior planning to study choral music in college.
2018 performance dates are:
- Monday, November 26th at 7:30 pm
- Tuesday, November 27th at 7:30 pm
Tickets are $12 for adults, $7 for students and children 6 and younger are free when purchased in advance from any chorus member, the Arts Council, Coffey Music, or Menchey Music. Tickets at the door are $15 for adults and $9 for students.
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We’re happy to sponsor the Election Night Drive Thru Spaghetti Dinner at Wesley Freedom United Methodist Church on Johnsville Road in Eldersburg again this year. It’s such a great idea and absolutely gives you that extra help on Election Day to squeeze in the time to vote!
Wesley Freedom invites you to drive thru their campus to quickly pick up an irresistible home cooked meal prepared with your busy schedule in mind. Pasta, salad and bread are available for you to purchase from the convenience of your vehicle. Upon entering their Johnsville driveway, complete a take-out menu and continue on the circuit while they assemble your dinner.
It’s also a great fundraiser for their youth ministry and local outreach in the Sykesville/Eldersburg area and around the world.
Cost $5/child, $8/adult
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C&A is a proud sponsor of Century High School Opening Knights Drama Club‘s production of TRAUMEDY: A One-Act Play Festival at Century High School. The four student directed one-act plays include Surviving Lunch by KT Curran—Directed by Maddy Leonard & Beth Malinoski, Feed The Whales: The Saga of the Boy Band Oreo by Don Zolidis—Directed by Hailey Daniels & Bradley Naylon, Things Fall (Meanwhile) by Barton Bishop—Directed by Anna White and 368 Friends by Bradley Walton—Directed by Andrew Fleming.
Show dates are:
- Thursday, November 8th @ 7pm
- Friday, November 9th @ 7pm
- Saturday, November 10th @ 7pm
- Friday, November 16th @ 7pm
- Saturday, November 17th @ 2pm & 7pm
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Hapy Halloween, Eldersburg! It should warm up throughout the day today for another beautiful fall evening for trick or treating and partying with those closest to you. Have a wonderful & spooky night!!