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GCA Meeting February 11th. 7pm at the Forbush School

  • February 3, 2015 6:30 pm



Election will take place at the General Membership Meeting,

PRESIDENT: Joe Wrzesien



SECRETARY:  Beth Gruver

TREASURER:  Gary W. Lenz

Directors, Term ending in 2016:

Barbara MacLellan

David Hughes

Bob Grover


DIRECTORS, Term ending in 2017:

Kim Karlsen

Carol Moore

Karen Solheim

Glyndon Honored as BEST County Community

  • May 30, 2013 4:17 pm

Baltimore Magazines includes Glyndon in the top places to live in Baltimore County.Countyy Executive and other officials congratulate GCA president Rose Mooney.County Executive Kevin Kamenetz recently recognized Glyndon as one of the County’s “BEST” neighborhoods. The recogniztion followed Baltimore Magazine naming Glyndon as one of the Best Places to Live. In the magazine’s April edition,  Glyndon was honored for Top Neighborhood and Best-Kept Secret.

County Executive Kamenetz honored the top communities on Tuesday May 28, 1 p.m. in Towson at the Historic Court House.  GCA president Rose Mooney attended.

BGE Tree Give Away – while they last

  • May 14, 2013 12:18 pm

Glyndon Easter Egg Hunt *** Saturday March 23, 2013

  • March 20, 2013 2:20 pm

When: Sat, March 23, 10am – 11am

Where: Glyndon Station Park (map)
Description: Join the Glyndon Community Association for the annual Easter Egg Hunt for friends and families of Glyndon. Two categories: five and under as well as six and up. Prize eggs included. Refreshments available. Donations of juice boxes and cookies appreciated. To help hide eggs, join us at 9 a.m.

Community Meets February 8, 2012

  • January 25, 2012 5:54 pm

The general membership of the Glyndon Community Association will meet for its quarterly meeting at 7 p.m., Wednesday, February 8, at the Glyndon Volunteer Fire Department.

The agenda will include election of officers and the board, a discussion about the Glyndon Post Office, and an update on the special Love & Diamonds in the Valley event at Sagamore Farm.

Don’t forget to pay your annual dues:  $25 per family or $15 an individual. Send your dues to

Glyndon Community Association,
No. 2 Railroad Avenue
PO Box 86
Glyndon, MD 21071-4200


  • Welcome / Pledge
  • Secretary’s Report: Minutes and membership
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Committee Reports
    • Special Events
    • Dance: Love & Diamonds Over Valley Update
    • Safety
    • Park
    • ROG
    • Post Office
  • Old Business
    • Post office
    • Park Expenditures
  • New Business
    • Elections
    • Thank Yous
  • Other Community Announcements
  • Adjourn

Slate of Officers and Board Members

A nominating committee, led by Gary Lenz,  has recommended the following slate of  officers and board members for 2012:
  • President:  Nick St Amant
  • First Vice President: Sean Kriebel
  • Second Vice President: Lynn Maher
  • Secretary: Karen Cervino
  • Treasurer: Gary Lenz
  • Board of Directors:   Heather Donatelli
  • Board of Directors:   Christy Garman
  • Board of Directors:   Barbara MacLellan
  • Board of Directors:   David Hughes

Continuing on the board are

  • Immediate Past President: John Morris
  • Board of Directors:   Gale DeHaven
  • Board of Directors:   Bill Ziese

Community to Discuss Water Tower, Water Pipes

  • November 1, 2011 7:33 pm

The general membership of the Glyndon Community Association will discuss a proposed water tower as well as the on-going water pipe replacement project at its quarterly meeting at 7 p.m. on November 9, 2011. The group will meet at the Woman’s Club of Glyndon.


  • Committee Reports
  • Water Pipe / Road Repairs
  • Water Tower
  • Burglaries


Glyndon Community Association General Meeting

  • July 31, 2011 3:15 pm
The Glyndon Community Association will hold its quarterly general meeting at 7 p.m. on August 10 in the Glyndon Volunteer Fire Department meeting hall. The agenda includes
  • Water Pipe Replacement Project Update
  • July 4 parade report
For more Glyndon events, visit the Glyndon Event Calendar.

Annual Glyndon Easter Egg Hunt, 9 a.m., Saturday, April 9

  • April 3, 2011 4:16 pm

The annual Glyndon Easter Egg Hunt begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 9, at Glyndon Station Park on Railroad Avenue. Refreshments will be served. Coffee will be available for adults.

Categories are Children 5 and Under and Children 6 and Over. The Glyndon Community Association will provide about 600 filled eggs with 2 prize eggs for the little ones and two prize eggs for the bigger kids.

Easter Egg hiders are welcome to come to the park at 8 a.m. to hide eggs with organizers.

Additional Egg Treats!

Two of the shops at the Glyndon Village Shopping Center have invited Glyndon families to stop by for additional treats immediately after the GCA-sponsored Easter Egg Hunt.

Parade over to Black Eyed Susan Candy Coffee Cream & More and to The Boxwood Collection to pick up an Egg filled with gold-foil wrapped Wockenfuss chocolates. One egg in each store will have a golden ticket for either a giant chocolate bunny (Black Eyed Susan) or another special surprise (The Boxwood Collection).

Pipe Construction Re-Starts in April

  • April 3, 2011 4:05 pm

A report from Kate Bullock, chair of the Glyndon Community Association Water Pipe Task Force

As a result of negotiations between the State, County and Contractor, the following changes have been made to the construction schedule.The following dates are approximate only.  Actual dates will be determined by weather.

April 4 – April 8

Butler Road will not be repaved at this time.  However, all patches on Butler will be re-dug and re-filled to create a smoother temporary surface.  One lane of traffic will be maintained during the process, with flaggers present.  Some re-patching may also be done in other areas where temporary patches have eroded over the winter The County will notify schools and Police to expect traffic disruptions. Final repaving of Butler Road will not occur until late summer or fall.

April 7 – Mid Summer

Pipe replacement construction will begin on Central and the side streets.  It will begin at Butler Road, and move south.  Work in this area is expected to take 3 months.  At some point during this 3 month period, the following will also be done: Defective fire hydrant at Albright and Railroad will be replaced.Road rut in front of hydrant on Railroad at Chatsworth will be temporarily patched. The County will notify schools and the Police about expected traffic disruptions.

Please talk with you children…they will need to be far more careful in the streets than they are used to being.

Flaggers & Police Patrols

Early on in this process, the flaggers were not well trained, and caused as many problems as they solved.  A great deal of time was invested working with the Contractor, and the situation improved.  I am anticipating the same problem to occur again, and the same discussion will follow.

Please be careful out there. We have again requested police patrols to guard against vehicular and pedestrian accidents during construction.  Just as they did during prior construction, police will monitor for speed, stop sign violations, failure to follow flagger’s directions, and all other traffic violations.

Last time, this process resulted in a large number of violations and created a clear awareness within the Franklin Precinct of problems in Glyndon.  When making stops, police will not discriminate between residents and commuters, so be careful out there!

As always, please do not hesitate to contract me if you have any questions,

Kate Bullock

GCA Elects New Board

  • March 19, 2011 12:51 pm

The Glyndon Community Association elected new officers and board members at February 9, 2011, general meetings. The new board follows:

2011 Board of Directors

  • John A. Morris, President
  • David M. Porter, First Vice President
  • Russell S. Bullock, Second Vice President
  • Karen W. Cervino, Secretary
  • C. Lee Wroe, Treasurer
  • Gary Wm Lenz, Past President
  • Fran Acle, Director
  • Robert O. Grover, Director
  • Per B. Karlsen, Director
  • Leo Wesley Ottey Jr., Director
  • Gale P. DeHaven, Director
  • William B. Ziese, Director