About

Fort Howard Community Association started in February 2014 with a small group of neighbors you can count on your fingers and toes. Since then it has grown its presence representing  membership as an active shareholder in Maryland concerning local development, historic preservation,  environmental stewardship, and community services.

About forthoward.org

Everything you see here at forthoward.org was created  for the community of Fort Howard.  As the internet forum of the community, the website provides accurate and up-to-date information, news articles, press releases, Facebook connectivity, utilizing an  active email network for feedback, comments, and surveys.

Connect with the Community

In addition to online resources like the Contact Us, Calendar,  and the Facebook,  a great way to get involved with FHCA is to attend or volunteer FHCA third Thursday of the quarterly month meetings and/or events organized by FHCA members.

What You Can Use forthoward.org  for

forthoward.org  has evolved full content management system usage to FHCA members with site access to post opinion editorials, reports, and listings.

FHCA  Geographic Boundaries

Geographically, FHCA, registered with the Baltimore County Department of Planning and Development Business & Community Association Office delineates community representation of the entire Fort Howard, Maryland 21052 US Postal Zip Code area from the north boarder of the Fort Howard Veterans Park to the southern shorelines  of  the Fort Howard Veterans Outpatient Campus territory.

Membership Form

Current Officers

President: Chris Pappas

Vice President: Joe Swain

Secretary/Treasurer: Kathleen Labuda

 

Fort Howard, Maryland  Interactive Quest Map

 

“It’s our community, let’s take care of it.”

 

 

3 Comments

  1. I have recently received a scrapbook with photos etc. from Fort Howard. The owner was a soldier there during World War I.
    There is some poetry in the scrapbook by a solder named Sgt. Rizer. I am hoping you have records of the soldiers and Fort Howard, I would like to know Rizer’s first name and where he was from.
    Is there a Fort Howard museum?

    • Dear Mrs. Sandra Seabold,

      Thank you for preserving the history of historic Fort Howard.

      To you question, yes we do have a museum. It is currently accepting artifacts for display.

      We will advise of further updates.

      In addition to serving as president of FHCA, I also serve as board of director of the Baltimore County Historic Trust.

      If I can be of any personal assistance to you or if you need more information, our door is always open.

      Warmest regards,
      Scott Pappas
      President,FHCA
      9202 Howard Avenue
      PO Box 156
      Fort Howard, Maryland 21052
      410-477-2040

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