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  • Posters

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NOTE
This website is for information and being able to purchase his decoys. It is designed and operated by Riverside Retreat for the use of anyone that appreciates this carvers work and the collectible value of his carvings. The owner of this site is a friend of Harry Jobes and can get most of his decoys on order if not in stock. Be advised that you are not dealing with Harry Jobes himself. Thank you for your understanding.

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REGIONAL CARVING: THE JOBES FAMILY
March 30 - August 26, 2007

Was on display at "The Ward Museum"

Regional Carving: The Jobes Family
Exhibit: March 30 - August 26, 2007
This Exhibit was sixth in a series showcasing the talents of wildfowl artists living in Maryland and the Delmarva Peninsula. The Jobes family - Captain Harry Jobes and his son's Bobby, Charlie and Joey - are talented carvers from Harford County,
Maryland

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The County Council of Harford County, MD. on May 22, 2017 saluted Captain Harry R. Jobes for his efforts to support local tourism and the art of decoy carving throughout Harford County.
 

Spring of 2017 Awards to Harry Jobes

ABERDEEN, MARYLAND
PROCLAMATION
In honor of Captain Harry R. Jobes

WHEREAS, Captain Harry R. Jobes promoted tourism and the craft of decoy carving for the City of Aberdeen, City of Havre de Grace, and Harford County for almost 50 years while traveling along the East Coast and Midwest; and,

WHEREAS, Captain Harry R. Jobes worked for the Aberdeen Proving Ground as Captain of a patrol boat and later continued his career in government service at the Deer Creek Pumping Station; and,

WHEREAS, Captain Harry R. Jobes is one of the most prolific, contemporary waterfowl and decoy carvers on the Upper Chesapeake Bay who spent many years hunting and fishing along the Susquehanna Flats. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Mayor Patrick L. McGrady, on behalf of the Council and the Citizens of Aberdeen, do hereby recognize CAPTAIN HARRY R. JOBES, for his efforts to support local tourism and the art of decoy carving throughout Harford County.

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Visit Harford County Maryland office of the County Executive on May 22, 2017 offered to Captain Harry R. Jobes in recognition of his tremendous efforts to support and promote  tourism and the art of decoy carving for all of  Harford County for 50 years..
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Maryland House of Delegates gave an Official Citation to Captain Harry R. Jobes in recognition of his nearly 50 years of promoting local tourism through the craft of decoy carving for Harford County and the Upper Chesapeake Bay during his travels along the East Coast and Mid-West, and for his efforts to support and preserve a sustainable ecological environment for hunters and fisherman on the Susquehanna Flats for generations to come.
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The City of Aberdeen Maryaland, 22nd day of May, Two Thousand and Seventeen 
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Visit Harford, Inc. on May 22, 2017 saluted Captain Harry R. Jobes for his efforts to support local tourism and the art of decoy carving throughout Harford County.

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