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Quick Link to Local Attractions:
| Bollman Truss Railroad Bridge |

Girl Scouts of Laurel SU23-9

Bollman Truss
Terrapin Adverntures
Historic Savage Mill
Savage Park
Bollman Truss Railroad Bridge
The Bollman Truss Railroad Bridge at
Savage, Maryland is the sole
surviving example of a revolutionary
design in the history of American
engineering. View gallery. more
Terrapin Adverntures
Terrapin Adventures (TA) is all about
fun! We have created a new realm of
adventure with only wood, rope and
cable. Our company is on the cutting
edge. Call us right now. more
Historic Savage Mill
Historic Savage Mill is a 19th century
textile mill between Baltimore,
Maryland and Washington DC. Listed
on the National Register of Historic
Places. Drop by this weekend. more
Savage Park
Savage Park offers many opportunities for discovering wildlife, wildflowers and natural history along 2.8 miles of interconnecting trails, including links to Patuxent. Drop in today. more

P.O. Box 222
Savage, Maryland 20763
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Savage Community Association

To promote the welfare of the citizens of Savage by informing citizens of issues of concern and taking action, and by fostering neighborly connections through a variety of social activities. The SCA usually meets the third Wednesday of each month at the Carroll Baldwin Hall, corner of Foundry & Baltimore Streets, Savage.

The United Methodist Church of Savage
9050 Baltimore Street
Savage, MD 20763
Tel: 301.725.7630
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The United Methodist Church of Savage
Adult Sunday School - 8:15 a.m.
Worship/Sunday School - 9:15 a.m.

Methodism had an early beginning in Savage, Maryland.  Some of our oldest members recall hearing that Methodist meetings were being held at the time the Savage Mill was built, which was 1810. The Ministers appointed to this area traveled by horseback or walked, coming to Savage once a month.  In 1888, Mr. William Henry Baldwin, owner of The Savage Manufacturing Company (The Mill), gave the ground, built and furnished our "Brick" Church, with the understanding that the congregation would support it.

The United Methodist Church of Savage

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