Before the start of another busy week in Annapolis, Senator Bailey was able to spend most of Monday attending events in District 29.
Senator Bailey met with Captain Christopher Cox, the Commander of Naval Air Station Patuxent River, to get an update on issues related to the base. This is part of an ongoing dialogue between Senator Bailey and representatives of the Naval Air Station in an effort to work with this important institution and partner in District 29.
Senator Bailey was also able to mark the beginning of Catholic Schools Week. He spoke to a group of students at St. John’s Catholic School in Hollywood about his work in Annapolis supporting public and private schools and the important role the General Assembly has in educating Maryland’s students. He was also able to talk to the students about the education he received in Catholic schools, as he attended first and second grade at St. John’s.
Senator Bailey also continues to honor our local first responders. Citations were presented on his behalf to members of the Ridge Volunteer Fire Department and Ridge Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary to honor members for the length of their service and dedicated volunteerism at their annual installation ceremony on Saturday.
To close out the weekend on Sunday evening, Senator Bailey was able to enjoy time with his family at home around the fireplace.