Tuesday, April 18, 2017


Bob Hall, LLC, working together with the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office, Maryland State Police, Chesapeake Region Safety Council and the Calvert Alliance Against Substance Abuse are sponsoring a Designated Driver program to be held during the annual opening of the Tiki Bar.  The program will run Friday, April 21 and Saturday, April 22 from noon to 10:00 p.m.  

Designated drivers who register will win an instant prize ranging from can coolies, sunglasses, coolers, Bluetooth speakers, beach towels, beach mats, Grill SGT BBQ gift certificates, folding chairs, thumb drives, Blue Crabs Tickets and much more!  Designated drivers will sign a pledge card, which will be entered into a drawing for six grand prizes.  This year’s first prize package is a 1 Night stay at the Holiday Inn Solomon’s, $200 cash, $50 Tiki Bar Gift Certificate, $25 Pier Restaurant Gift Certificate.  The second prize will be a $100 Solomon’s Victorian Inn Gift Certificate, $200 cash, $50 Tiki Bar Gift Certificate, $25 Stoney’s Kingfisher Gift Certificate.  The third prize will be a $50 Back Creek Inn Gift Certificate, $50 Tiki Bar Gift Certificate, $200 cash, $25 Stoney’s Kingfisher Gift Certificate and a $25 Lotus CafĂ© Gift Certificate.  The fourth prize will be 4 Baltimore Orioles Baseball Tickets plus a Parking Pass.  The fifth prize will be 2 Baltimore Orioles Baseball Tickets and a $50 Visa Gift Card from the CAASA Designated Driver Award Program.  The sixth prize will be 2 Baltimore Orioles Baseball Tickets. The registration booth is located near the Tiki Bar entrance.

Sheriff Mike Evans will draw the grand prize tickets during a ceremony at the Sheriff’s Office on Monday, April 24th at 12:00 noon. The public is invited to attend.

The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office and Maryland State Police, as well as law enforcement from neighboring jurisdictions, will be conducting DUI saturation patrols throughout the weekend as part of Maryland’s “Checkpoint Strikeforce - Over the Limit, Under Arrest” campaign.  These enforcement efforts are funded through the State Highway Administration’s Maryland Highway Safety Office and will continue throughout the spring and summer months.  Areas where a high number of DUI arrests or crashes have occurred in the past will be targeted for enforcement efforts.