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Cromwell Valley Park Council

Mission Statement

The Cromwell Valley Park Council (CPVC) is a volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to the stewardship of Cromwell Valley Park as a public space for passive recreation and School Programs. The CVPC works in cooperation with the Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks and other entities to maintain, preserve and protect the natural environment and historic structures in the Park.

If you havenít already, please consider joining the organization. The Council provides lots of opportunities to have an impact on the future of the Park.

You will find a membership form below. Please take a moment and fill it out, then drop it in the mail, or, better yet, bring it with you to the next Council meeting.

View printable membership form (PDF)

Become a member online (or renew)

Memberships & Donations
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Our membership year begins April 1. New memberships or renewals at this time will continue through March 31, 2019.
Please contact us directly concerning other membership levels.



Meeting Schedule and Board

Cromwell Valley Park Council meetings (either Exectuive Board or General membership) are normally held the 2nd Monday of every month at 7 pm at the Sherwood House. Unless specifically determined otherwise, all meetings are open to everyone.

Officers and Directors Standing Committees
  • President - Mia Potthast Walsh
  • VP - Pat Novak
  • Treasurer - Kristin McFaul
  • Secretary - Kim Shapiro
  • Director - John Canoles
  • Director - Jenny Trust
  • Director - Bill Curtis
  • TALMAR Rep - Tracy Hauser
  • Buildings & Grounds - Rick Childs
  • Communications - Kim Shapiro
  • Finance - Rick Childs
  • Programs - Kenneth Keady
  • Volunteers - Sya Buryn Kedzior

2017 Annual Report

A copy of our 2017 Annual Report can be found here.

Volunteer Opportunities

We are constantly looking for ways to improve our ability to serve our community through programs and events, and that means finding better ways to reach out and attract others to help in these efforts

If you are looking for fulfilling volunteer opportunities, consider coming out to the Park. Variety abounds! Call 410-887-2503.