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June President Article


Welcome to the summer season.  I hope that each family enjoys some downtime together and that our community is able to come together and socialize.   I hope to see everyone out at the community’s playground and beach, as these are great assets and really serve as anchors for our community’s culture – built of family and enjoying each other.  To be courteous to all neighbors, please review the rules for the beach and playground, which can be located on our website, Also, school is out starting this week, so there will be more children on bicycles and walking/running through the community.  Please exercise caution when driving, especially on Sunset and Giddings, where it is easy to pick up speed. 

In a couple of weeks, the Community Olympics commence.  If you didn’t participate in the past Olympics, please consider joining an event or team.  There are so many different sports/events to include kayaking, running, biking, tennis, golf, swimming, softball, cornhole, cooking, baking and more.   There is a Facebook page for our Olympic Teams and supporters (  Come out and cheer on your neighbors or join and have fun!  Here, we compete against other surrounding communities, and it really is a great time (win or lose).

Lastly, if you are a member of Facebook, I encourage you to join the Cape Arthur community page,  So many people rely on social media, and this will help us communicate more effectively and efficiently regarding community events.

Enjoy your summer!

Tom Kearney, President

Mosquito Spraying

Cape Arthur will once again be participating in the Maryland Department of Agriculture’s mosquito spraying program.  Cape Arthur’s assigned spray night is Wednesday. Spraying will only occur on Wednesday nights during the 2017 season

Spraying can occur anytime between 7:00 PM and 2:30 AM.  The spray program will begin on May 31.  October 3 is the estimated last day of spraying for 2017.

Residents who do not wish their property to be sprayed may file and exemption.  The exemption policy and form can be found on the MDA website.

On our community’s assigned spray night, the MDA suggests the following precautions:

  • Stay indoors
  • Shut windows
  • Turn off window air conditioning units
  • Bring in pet dishes, children’s toys, etc.

For Further information:

For information on the products used click here.

Community Information

Exemption Form

Upcoming Events

June 10-Save the date: School is out and it's time to celebrate with a movie and fun at the Cape Arthur Playground.  Details to follow in a Shout Out!

May 20-GARDEN CLUB MEETING will tour gardens of the members on Tuesday, June 20 starting at 7 pm. We will start out at the home of Tim Curry, 21 Sunset Drive. Each member will serve light refreshments and a beverage. Guests are always welcome. If you have questions, call Carolyn Smith at 410-647-6302.

July 9-23-COMMUNITY OLYMPICS-Click here for a table of the captains-Now is the time to reach out to your captains for the events you want to participate during the Olympics July 9-23. We are in the planning stages to determine numbers of teams and working towards having a specific schedule of events by the end of May. I hope everyone is willing and able to support our great community in at least one event. Our team N/CA and captains is a mix between North Cape Arthur and Cape Arthur. We are hosting Kayak, Golf, and baking/cooking contest. So, sign up today for as many events as you want and Captains will be in touch with additional details.

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