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Col. Edward P. Chamberlayne, commander, Baltimore District, announced that the District will relocate in 2018 to 2 Hopkins Plaza during a Town Hall meeting and awards ceremony in Baltimore, Md., June 14, 2016. (U.S. Army photo by Alfredo Barraza)
Baltimore District to relocate in 2018
6/17/2016 10:16:00 AM
Fourth grade students from Blossburg Elementary School take turns looking at an Osprey nest at Tioga-Hammond and Cowanesque Lakes, May 24, 2016.  The Corps project was one of 186 federal sites selected to receive a 2015 field trip grant from the National Park Foundation (NPF), the official charity of America’s national parks. The grant, part of NPF’s Open OutDoors for Kids Program, supports the White House’s Every Kid in a Park youth initiative, which provides  fourth-grade children and their families a pass granting free access to national parks, forests, and wildlife refuges.
Local fourth graders participate in Every Kid at a Park initiative at Tioga-Hammond & Cowanesque Lakes
6/6/2016 9:01:00 AM
Fourth grade students from Blossburg Elementary School make pine cone bird feeders at Tioga-Hammond and Cowanesque Lakes, May 24, 2016.  The Corps project was one of 186 federal sites selected to receive a 2015 field trip grant from the National Park Foundation (NPF), the official charity of America’s national parks. The grant, part of NPF’s Open OutDoors for Kids Program, supports the White House’s Every Kid in a Park youth initiative, which provides  fourth-grade children and their families a pass granting free access to national parks, forests, and wildlife refuges.
Local fourth graders participate in Every Kid at a Park initiative at Tioga-Hammond & Cowanesque Lakes
6/6/2016 8:34:00 AM
Fourth-grade students from Southern Huntingdon School District participate in a lesson during their visit to Raystown Lake in support of the White House's 'Every Kid in a Park' youth initiative, May 9, 2016.  

The lesson is only one portion of a new water education program, 'Raystown Lake: Protecting your Future, One Drop at a Time!', that aims to provide students an understanding of the value of water resources in their community, as well as general knowledge regarding the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ mission in providing water-based needs to the Raystown Lake area and surrounding communities.

Raystown Lake was one of 186 federal sites selected to receive a 2015 field trip grant from the National Park Foundation (NPF), the official charity of America’s national parks. The grant, part of NPF’s Open OutDoors for Kids Program, supports the White House’s Every Kid in a Park youth initiative, which provides  fourth-grade children and their families a pass granting free access to national parks, forests, and wildlife refuges.
Fourth grade students participate in national "Every Kid In A Park" initiative by getting closer to nature at Raystown Lake
6/6/2016 8:26:00 AM
Park Ranger Alicia Palmer, Baltimore District, speaks to fourth-grade students from Southern Huntingdon School District during their visit to Raystown Lake in part of the White House's Every Kid in a Park youth initiative, May 10-11, 2016.  

The lesson is only one portion of a new water education program, 'Raystown Lake: Protecting your Future, One Drop at a Time!', that aims to provide students an understanding of the value of water resources in their community, as well as general knowledge regarding the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ mission in providing water-based needs to the Raystown Lake area and surrounding communities.

Raystown Lake was one of 186 federal sites selected to receive a 2015 field trip grant from the National Park Foundation (NPF), the official charity of America’s national parks. The grant, part of NPF’s Open OutDoors for Kids Program, supports the White House’s Every Kid in a Park youth initiative, which provides  fourth-grade children and their families a pass granting free access to national parks, forests, and wildlife refuges.
Fourth grade students participate in national "Every Kid In A Park" initiative by getting closer to nature at Raystown Lake
6/6/2016 8:26:00 AM
Soil is excavated and sifted for debris as part of cleanup efforts at 4825 Glenbrook Road in Washington, D.C., April 25, 2016. The home at 4825 Glenbrook Road was demolished in 2012 and crews removed soil and aspects of the home down to bedrock as part of a cleanup effort of the property, which was part of the former American University Experiment Station where the Army researched and tested chemical weapons during World War I.
Cleanup work at 4825 Glenbrook Road
6/3/2016 3:11:00 PM
The Engineering Control Structure, the tan tent, and other aspects of the multi-layered approach to public safety the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had in place during high probability operations at the 4825 Glenbrook Road cleanup effort are visible among the homes in the Spring Valley neighborhood in Washington, D.C., February 4, 2016. Public safety was the top priority at the site and with the multiple safety protocols in place, high probability operations searching for remnants of past military activity at the site resumed later that month.
Project site for cleanup at 4825 Glenbrook Road
6/3/2016 3:10:00 PM
Aging and Family Services of Mineral County hosted the 5th Annual "Conquer the Dam" 5K fundraising run/walk at Jennings Randolph Lake Project, May 10, 2016.  A record-setting 154 people participated in the event.  All proceeds go to Meals on Wheels of Mineral County, a non-profit organization that provides the elderly and individuals with diminished mobility nutritious meals, safety checks, and friendly visits.
'Conquer the Dam' 5K at Jennings Randolph Lake
5/23/2016 10:34:00 AM
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