Chaney Enterprises is your One Stop Shop(TM) for concrete, sand, gravel, stone, construction materials. Our employees specialize in product knowledge and customer service, giving you the information you need to complete a professional job on time, every time.
Chapman Forest, in Charles County, Maryland, is one of Maryland's unique places, with over 2,000 forested acres, 2 1/4 miles of Potomac River shoreline, and a colonial tidewater historic site. In 1998, the State of Maryland purchased the site for its outstanding natural and historical attributes.
Founded in 1987, the Charles County Arts Alliance promotes and supports ALL the arts in Charles County: music, visual art, drama, dance, and literature, through grant programs, workshops, community events, and its publication, the Arts Insider. The CCAA additionally manages 3 galleries, including the Commissioners' Gallery (sometimes utilizing the Commissioners' Showcases), the Clark Senior Center Gallery, and the CCAA Gallery in the United Way Building. To schedule an exhibit of your artwork, please call 301-392-5900. Paintings, sculptures, stained glass art and many other creative artworks are welcome.
Charles County Children's Aid Society is a private non-profit agency that provides emergency assistance to families with children residing in Charles County. Children's Aid Society was founded in 1931 and has been dedicated to helping families in crisis. Assistance can take the form of help with rent/mortgage, utilities, clothing, baby items, prescriptions and food. Our agency is extremely dependent on donations. Currently we need non-perisable foods, baby items(diapers, wipes & formula) personal care items and monetary donations. Children's Aid Society accepts daily donations of good used clothing, toys and housewares. Currently Children's Aid is accepting vehicles for donation. We are also asking for used printer cartridges. Children's Aid Society also has a quarterly newsletter that we send out. If you have any questions please call us.
The Charles County Family Day Care Association (CCFDCA) is a professional organization for Licensed Family Day Care Providers in Charles County, Maryland. We are dedicated to professional growth through training and networking as a community. Parents in search of care may call our Helping Hands referal service at 301-645-0534.
The goal of the Charles County Literacy Council (CCLC) is to provide FREE help to Adult Non-Readers (Adults needing assistance in reading, writing, math and other skills) throughout Charles County. Our goal is to assist our students in reaching their educational goals through one-on-one and small group tutoring. Confidential one-on-one tutoring for adults in reading, writing, math, and English as a Second Language. Tutoring is provided by certified adult volunteer tutors from all walks of life.
Mediators assist individuals with a wide range of issues, including family and neighborhood conflicts, landlord-tenant issues, group and organizational conflicts and family care decisions for elderly adults.
District Court Referrals
Mediators provide an alternative dispute resolution service to individuals participating in District Court cases. They assist in diverse legal actions, including unsatisfactory services, unpaid accounts, return of deposits and claims for damages.
Maryland Commission of Human Relations (MCHR)
Specially trained mediators help mediate discrimination complaints brought through the Equal Opportunity Commission and the MCHR. Participants have the opportunity to converse and seek common understanding. Those who are able to do so may avoid many months of investigative process and potential court action.
Children in Need of Assistance (CINA)
Upon referral from the Circuit Court Family Services Coordinators in St. Mary's, Charles and Calvert Counties, specially trained mediators help parents, children, Department of Social Services (DSS) representatives and their respective attorneys have constructive conversations in support of family and foster care issues, permanency planning and termination of parental rights (TPR).
The Charles County Technology Council is a 501 c (6) non-profit organization. The CCTC acts as a cooperative alliance dedicated to the advancement of people, technology, and ideas, in Charles County. CCTC programs include speaker's series and seminars such as the CxO Breakfast Series, the recently established Technology Excellence scholarship program, monthly business networking events, co-sponsored events such as the Leading Edge Awards, Charles County Economic Summit, and the Indian Head Tech Transfer Forum. For CCTC information or events please visit our website.
Christmas in April of Calvert County is a local chapter of the national volunteer organization. In partnership with the community, it rehabilitates the homes of low-income persons, particularly the elderly and disabled, so that they may live independently in warmth and safety.
Open to the public, dine overlooking the beautiful golf course and enjoy dishes including hamburgers, quesadillas, cajun chicken skewers, bruschetta, ahi tuna tartare, herb-infused ribeye, stuffed shrimp, seafood ravioli, cornish hen and homemade cheesecake.
The National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century was formed in 1915 and has 13,000 members in 45 state societies. We are descendants of those brave people who came to America during the 17th Century. Some were the founders of Jamestown, others signed the Mayflower Compact, some were ministers of the Gospel, or landowners and freemen.
CAIRS offers a variety of programs for youth and families, a Clinic that provides services to all ages, After-School programs at Elementary and Middle Schools for students having behavioral problems, and Intensive Home Services for youth and adolescents.
impressive, well-priced wine list and an inventive approach make Casey Jones a place to seek out. Creativity rules in this Modern American kitchen with dishes like lump crab served over crispy Navajo indian fry bread, though there are also nods to tradition with slow-roasted prime rib with buttermilk mashed potatoes. The place has a West Coast vibe courtesy of dining rooms fashioned of wood and stone and a wall that doubles as a wine rack--service tends to be laid back.