APG social updates Harford, Cecil County leaders

APG Senior Commander Maj. Gen. Randy Taylor, second from left, and CECOM Command Sgt. Maj. Matthew McCoy, second from right, listen in as Harford County Council President, Richard Slutzky, far right, talks about Native American tribes that once populated as Joan Michel of the APG Centennial Celebration Association, left listens in at the Sandy Cove retreat center during the Community Leader Social. | U.S. Army Photo by Kris Joseph, CECOM

Cecil County hosted a community leader social with Harford County and Aberdeen Proving Ground leadership at Sandy Cove in North East, Maryland, Sept. 20, 2017.

During the afternoon social, APG experts briefed community leaders on the post’s bald eagle population and upcoming APG Centennial events. The meeting offered a chance for APG Senior Commander, Maj. Gen. Randy Taylor, and other APG representatives to build stronger bonds with leaders from neighboring counties and discuss common topics of interest. Afterward, Harford County

Harford and Cecil county and APG leaders listen to a presentation during the Community Leader Social at the Sandy Cove retreat center in North East, Maryland. | U.S. Army Photo by Kris Joseph, CECOM

Council President, Richard Slutzky, discussed the Upper Chesapeake Bay Native American tribes that once populated the region with Taylor, CECOM Command Sgt. Maj. Matthew McCoy and Joan Michel of the APG Centennial Celebration Association.

Karen Holt of the Harford County Office of Economic Development presents the 2017 Business Appreciation Week Award to APG Senior Commander Maj. Gen. Randy Taylor in recognition of the installation’s 100th anniversary. | U.S. Army Photo by Kris Joseph, CECOM
Cecil County Executive, Dr. Alan McCarthy, greets Maj. Gen. Randy Taylor at the Sandy Cove retreat center in North East, Maryland for the Community Leader Social Sept. 20, 2017. | U.S. Army Photo by Kris Joseph, CECOM
Maj. Gen. Randy Taylor meets Chris Moyer, director of Economic Development, center, and Dan Schneckenburger, a Cecil County Council member, during the Sept. 20 community leader social in North East, Maryland. | U.S. Army Photo by Kris Joseph, CECOM