Mid-Shore Lyme Disease Association, Inc.
The Mid-Shore Lyme Disease Association Website
Can Be Located By
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Monday, June 6, 2016
St. Mark’s United Methodist Church
Hayward Avenue in Easton, MD
Room Number 155
Upcoming Meetings and Events
Our meetings are held in Fellowship Hall at 6 PM on the first Monday of the month from March thru October. Fellowship Hall is located on the Hayward Street side of the church. Hayward Street faces the left hand side of the YMCA. Fellowship Hall is the first room to your right after you enter the church. St. Mark’s United Methodist Church is located on 100 Peachblossom Road, Easton, MD.
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2016- St. Mark’s United Methodist Church in Easton is generously allowing MSLDA to use St. Mark’s for our meetings again this year. Meetings will continue to be held in room 155 (first meeting room on the left) unless changes need to be made. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
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2016 Dates for Meetings
Monday, March 7th
DIRECTIONS for Meeting Room on Hayward Avenue Side of
St. Mark's Church
Rt. 50 West Bound – Before you get to Easton, take the Easton Parkway Rt. 322. Easton Parkway will exit from the left lane. Go .01 mile to traffic light and cross Rt. 50 east bound. Stay straight for 1.5 miles and you will come to a traffic light, turn right on Rt. 33, (Peachblossom Road) and go .02 miles, turn right on Hayward Ave. You will see St. Mark’s United Methodist Church on your left. You can park along Hayward Ave. or in the church parking lot. The entrance door faces the YMCA.
Rt. 50 East Bound – Easton - Turn right on Rt. 50 onto Idlewild Ave. Wishing Well Liquors will be on the corner. Go .05 miles to the first traffic light and stay straight. Go .02 to the next light which will be a 5 way intersection. Go straight at the intersection for .02 miles and turn left on Hayward Ave. You will see St. Mark’s United Methodist Church on your left when you reach Hayward Ave. You can park along the street in front of the church or in the church parking lot. The entrance door faces the YMCA.
The Mid-Shore Lyme Disease Association will continue to mail (USPS) literature to anyone who is interested in learning more about tick borne diseases. To receive literature or to be added to our email list, please contact Linda at firstname.lastname@example.org
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