How to Insert a Hyperlink in an Email

30 04 2021

Step One:

Compose a new email. In the body of the email, name (type in) what you are trying to link. I like to give it a title so the recipient has a general idea of what they are opening.

Step Two:

Go to the webpage and find the specific content you are trying to link to. Highlight the entire web address and hit CTRL C or right click and select copy.

Step Three:

Go back to the email you are composing. Highlight the link title you have typed in and click on the link bottom at the bottom left of the window.

Step Four:

Step three will bring up an edit link window. Select the box labeled – To what URL should this link go? – Then hit CTRL V or right click and select paste.

Step Five:

Once your web address is pasted click OK.

Step Six:

The link is set up and you are done. However I recommend you double check the link will go to the correct site. To do this you can left click on your newly created hyperlink. It will pull up a small window below. Left click on the web address.

Step Seven:

Step six will pull up the web page you are trying to link to. If it does not, your hyperlink did not work. Go back to step six and click on “change”. This will pull up the edit link window again. From here you can follow step 2, 4 and 5 to try to reinsert the hyperlink.

New High School Zone for Charles County MD

10 04 2013

The school board has finally released the tentative plans for the new high school zoning in Charles County Maryland. It is my understanding that over the next few months certain entities will have the opportunity to weigh in on the plans. The public will get to have their say as well. The meeting is scheduled from 6:30-9 p.m., April 22nd, at North Point High School and from 6:30-9 p.m., April 23rd, at La Plata High School. After taking into consideration all input the board should make a decision about which plan will be put into place. I have compiled a rough map of the two plans (see below). For a more accurate idea of the new zones and my source please visit

New School Zone

Summer Fun

11 06 2012

Today is Charles County’s last day of public school for the summer.

So what now? Plenty of Kids needing things to do and plenty of parents needing low-cost, safe, ideas to entertain the rug-rats.

First off everyone should have a reading and math packet or assignment to work on over the break. A little advice..

Get it done now!

The stress of back to school is always doubled when you have to worry about cramming two month homework packets into two night homework packets. My kids will have a mandatory 30 minute homework session everyday before they can play games,  watch TV, hang out with friends, ect. I recommend everyone implement this rule.

Now back to the fun part of summer.

1. Swimming

What would summer be without a little water.  If your home owners association doesn’t have a pool to chill at; Charles County does.

For those of you wanting to stay out of the sun try North Point or Lackey. Both have indoor pools. For outdoor pools you have the option of La Plata, McDonough, and Stone High Schools.

Prices for all public pools

ages 2 & under are free

3-12 $4 per visit or 12 day pass $30

13-59 $5 per visit or 12 day pass $40

60 & over $4 per visit or 12 day pass $30

12 day passes are usable at all pools, so you can mix and match. They expire 6 months after date of purchase.

2. Skate Park

Yup Charles County has a skate park. Skateboarding, in-line skating and biking. 1015 St. Charles Parkway, White Plains, MD 20695

Ages 6-17 $3 or $75 for season pass. 18 and over $4 or $95. Season pass is good through April 1st.

Call 301-638-5208 for more information. Don’t for get to ask about equipment rentals.

3. The Park

I know the park is not very original but with free fishing, hiking, pavilions for parties, Playground equipment, BBQ’s and picnic tables, even dog parks; how can you go wrong? Charles Countyhas a large list of parks you can enjoy. For young kids I recommend Laurel Springs Regional Park: 5940 Radio Station Road, La Plata, MD 20646 they have a very impressive play area.

4. The Capital Club House

5. The Heron’s Flight

Courtesy of Southern Maryland Trails. The Heron’s Flight features 25 locations. You can eat, drink, shop, fish, or just go for a nice stroll.

6. Water Fight

What kids doesn’t like having a water fight on a hot day. You can get some cheap water guns at the 99 cent store but your money will go further with water balloons. Don’t like the mess water balloons make try using sponge balls. Grab a few packs of cheap kitchen sponges, cut each sponge lengthwise into six 1/2 inch strips. Gather together about 15 of the strips, using heavy string or yarn, wrap around the middle knotting it tightly. Spread the ends out to create a ball like look.  For the fight you want to place them in buckets of water strategically placed around the yard.

7. Summer Camps

Summer camps can get a little pricey, especially if you have more than one child but sometimes they are worth it. Charles County offers several:

  •  Summer Day Camp: Mon-Fri Jun 25-Aug 3 8:00am-4:00pm.$105/week
  • All Star Sports Camp: Mon-Fri Jul 9-13 8:00am-4:00pm, Mon-Fri Jul 16-20 8:00am-4:00pm. $130/week
  • Campnastics: Age: 6-12 Mon-Fri  Jun 25-Aug 17 9:00am-4:00pm. $130/week
  • Junior Campnastics: Age: 4-6, Jun 25-29 9:00am-Noon, Jul 9-13 9:00am-Noon, Jul 23-27 9:00am-Noon, Aug 6-10 9:00am-Noon. $85/week
  • Aqua Fun & Fitness Camp: Mon-Fri Jul 16-20 8:00am-4:00pm. $160
  • Tightline Basketball Camp: Mon-Fri Jun 25-29 9:00am-4:00pm. Full day $150, half day $80
  • Sensible Soccer Camp: Mon-Fri Jul 16-20 9:00am-4:00pm. $170

To sign up or get more information call Charles County Department of Community Services 301-934-9305 • 301-870-3388

Hopefully you are able to enjoy your summer. It is going to be hot so remember to have water on hand at all time.

Aug. 27, 2012 is the first day back to school.