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Sunday, May 31, 2009

The unblinking eye


“The unblinking eye.” May 28, 2009 by Kevin Dayhoff

Your brain is turning into mush…

“There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission. If we wish to make it louder, we will bring up the volume. If we wish to make it softer, we will tune it to a whisper. We will control the horizontal. We will control the vertical. We can roll the image, make it flutter. We can change the focus to a soft blur or sharpen it to crystal clarity. For the next hour, sit quietly and we will control all that you see and hear. We repeat: there is nothing wrong with your television set. You are about to participate in a great adventure. You are about to experience the awe and mystery which reaches from the inner mind to... The Outer Limits. — Opening narration – The Control Voice – 1960s

(“The Outer Limits originally was broadcast from 1963 to 1965 on the U.S. television broadcasting network ABC; in total, 49 episodes.”)

“The unblinking eye.” May 28, 2009 by Kevin Dayhoff
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Jazmine and me


Jazmine and me

May 9, 2009

One of my dates at the annual Westminster Maryland Flower and Jazz Festival, May 9th, 2009, Jazmine Myers, took a moment away from her many investigations for a candid picture. Jazmine lives in town, just a couple doors down from Grammy…

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Recent Explore Carroll Columns by Kevin Dayhoff

Recent Explore Carroll Columns by Kevin Dayhoff

In 1925, planting the seeds of employment, production
Published May 31, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... with a nugget that no one else could rival -- Mayor Dorsey of Mount Airy was … When he's not roaming the streets of historic Westminster looking for old factories, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at kevindayhoff@gmail.com....

Celebration of memory and change
Published May 26, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
This year’s Westminster Memorial Day ceremonies witnessed many changes over the past — although the solemn tradition of 142 years continued. On Memorial Day the normal hustle and bustle of downtown Westminster paused to remember fallen veterans, and ... ...

Dayhoff: Maryland National Guard Company H, had its beginnings in the flower business
Published May 22, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... We are deeply indebted to those who fought and died to give us the unalienable right to live free and cherish liberty in the pursuit of happiness. Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster.

Mulkey is one of many, yet a special son of Carroll County
Published May 22, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle
... thanks to Mount Airy councilwoman Wendi Peters and American Legion Post 191 commander Roy True for their help with this column. We will resume the history trivia quiz next Sunday. In the meantime, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at…

Celebrating Cockey's Tavern, birthplace of Carroll County
Published May 18, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... you know the answer? If so, drop me an e-mail at kevindayhoff@gmail.com. Be sure to add Carroll Eagle in the subject line. Thanks. When he's not hanging around old haunts such as Cockey's Tavern, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at …

Utz elected as new mayor of Westminster
Published May 18, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... with 130 votes; Eleanor DeMario, 105; William Gill, 130; and William Hughes, 58. — compiled by Kevin Dayhoff Incumbent, two newcomers elected council Hampstead Hampstead Town Councilman Wayne Thomas won election along with newcomers Jamey Ayers and ... ...

Dayhoff: The rebirth of the Cockey's Tavern building in Westminster
Published May 12, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... column in the Carroll Eagle of The Baltimore Sun for more of the rich history of Cockey’s. Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster. E-mail him …

Crunching numbers, and historic perspective, in Westminster election
Published May 12, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... “I’m humbled and anxious to get started.” The writer, Kevin Dayhoff, is a history columnist for The Eagle newspapers. He served as ... did his grandfather Frank Thomas Babylon for several years in the 1890s. Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at kevindayhoff AT gmail.com. ...

Utz elected as Westminster mayor
Published May 11, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... the top vote-getter of the evening with 512 votes.Others in the council race were Darcel Harris (130 votes), Eleanor DeMario (105), William Gill (130) and William Hughes (58).— compiled by Kevin Dayhoff...

For municipalities that still exist, elections renew a call to activism
Published May 10, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... who was the first mayor? Think you know? Drop me an e-mail at kevindayhoff@gmail.com. Be sure to add Carroll Eagle in the subject line. Thanks. When he is not handicapping the municipal elections, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at kevindayhoff AT gmail.com....

20090531 Recent Explore Carroll Columns by Kevin Dayhoff

Saturday, May 30, 2009

Westminster Fire Department engine 32 responds

Westminster Fire Department engine 32 responds
Sunday, May 24, 2009

Westminster Fire Department engine 32 responds… pictured here on Uniontown Road, Sunday, May 24, 2009.

Dayhoff Daily Photoblog
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Friday, May 29, 2009

4-H Therapeutic Riding Program riders competed at Thorncroft Equestrian Center



Eleven 4-H Therapeutic Riding Program riders competed at the Thorncroft Equestrian Center

4-H Therapeutic Riding Program of Carroll County
700 Agriculture Center Dr Westminster, MD 21157

Open to all. 4-H Therapeutic Riding Program of Carroll County is a Maryland not-for-profit organization.

www.trp4h.org

May 27, 2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Eleven riders representing the 4-H Therapeutic Riding Program of Carroll County competed at the Thorncroft Equestrian Center, Malvern, PA, in the Handicapped Riders Event of the Devon Horse Show this past Memorial Day weekend.

Syd Lea, Sarah Baugher, Sarah Thomen, Brian Watkins, Heather Hoenig, Mary Beth Stone, Ralph Gemmill, Erin Strevig, Gabby Middendorf, Cari Watrous and Megan Roland each competed in Dressage, Trail, and Equitation classes.

Four also showed as a Quadrille, ridden to the music from “Men in Black”.

Heather Hoenig was the recipient of the coveted Brushwood Trophy, awarded to
The Best Rider with Disabilities.

Rascal, a 25-year young Appaloosa, owned by Laura Heller and loaned to 4-H TRP, was the recipient of the Francis P. Hayes Trophy, awarded to the Champion Therapeutic Horse.

Encl:

jpg: men in black = Cari Watrous & Handsom, Megan Roland & JJ, Syd Lea & Rascal, Mary Beth Stone & Hobbs

jpg: rascal hre horse of the year 09 = Heather Hoenig mounted on Rascal, aides = Karen Scott, Barb Peters receiving trophy blanket


20090527 11 4H TRP riders competed at the Thorncroft Equestrian Center

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Deter Thieves by Uglifying Your Camera

Deter Thieves by Uglifying Your Camera

A few years ago, blogger Jimmie Rodgers's camera was stolen while volunteering in an impoverished Brazilian community, so he did what any sane person would do: He bought an new camera and made it ugly.
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Recent columns and articles in Explore Carroll by Kevin Dayhoff


Recent columns and articles in Explore Carroll by Kevin Dayhoff

Celebration of memory and change
Published May 26, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
This year’s Westminster Memorial Day ceremonies witnessed many changes over the past — although the solemn tradition of 142 years continued. On Memorial Day the normal hustle and bustle of downtown Westminster paused to remember fallen veterans, and ... ...

Dayhoff: Maryland National Guard Company H, had its beginnings in the flower business
Published May 22, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... We are deeply indebted to those who fought and died to give us the unalienable right to live free and cherish liberty in the pursuit of happiness.

EAGLE ARCHIVE: Mulkey is one of many, yet a special son of Carroll County
Published May 22, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle
... thanks to Mount Airy councilwoman Wendi Peters and American Legion Post 191 commander Roy True for their help with this column. We will resume the history trivia quiz next Sunday. In the meantime, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at kevindayhoff AT gmail.com....

Celebrating Cockey's Tavern, birthplace of Carroll County
Published May 18, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
Thanks. When he's not hanging around old haunts such as Cockey's Tavern, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at kevindayhoff AT gmail.com....

Utz elected as new mayor of Westminster
Published May 18, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... with 130 votes; Eleanor DeMario, 105; William Gill, 130; and William Hughes, 58. — compiled by Kevin Dayhoff Incumbent, two newcomers elected council Hampstead Hampstead Town Councilman Wayne Thomas won election along with newcomers Jamey Ayers and ... ...

Dayhoff: The rebirth of the Cockey's Tavern building in Westminster
Published May 12, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... column in the Carroll Eagle of The Baltimore Sun for more of the rich history of Cockey’s.

Crunching numbers, and historic perspective, in Westminster election
Published May 12, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... “I’m humbled and anxious to get started.” The writer, Kevin Dayhoff, is a history columnist for The Eagle newspapers. He served as ... did his grandfather Frank Thomas Babylon for several years in the 1890s. Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at kevindayhoff@gmail.com. ...

Utz elected as Westminster mayor
Published May 11, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... the top vote-getter of the evening with 512 votes. Others in the council race were Darcel Harris (130 votes), Eleanor DeMario (105), William Gill (130) and William Hughes (58).— compiled by Kevin Dayhoff...

For municipalities that still exist, elections renew a call to activism
Published May 10, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... who was the first mayor? Think you know? Drop me an e-mail at kevindayhoff AT gmail.com. Be sure to add Carroll Eagle in the subject line. Thanks. When he is not handicapping the municipal elections

Dayhoff: How water drove the growth Westminster ... and still does
Published May 4, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle
... 200 years after our community banded together to maintain a steady and reliable water supply. Feedback, questions, and comments are welcome in the readers’ comments section below. Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster. E-mail him at kevindayhoff AT gmail.com....

Readers revel in the details of the great baseball tater caper
Published May 3, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... who declared the caper the "hidden-ball trick to end all hidden-ball tricks." No history trivia question this week -- I'm missing the baseball game on TV. When he is not watching baseball, Kevin Dayhoff may reached at kevindayhoff AT gmail.com. ...

DAYHOFF: Cutting a ribbon on history at the Westminster Water Treatment Plant
Published April 29, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... prosper. Note: next week's column will review a more in-depth history of the story of the early Westminster water systems. Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster, where he served as mayor from 2001 to 2005. When he is not enjoying a great glass of Westminster ... ...

Cutting the 'Horse Train Stop' of Sykesville out of Howard County
Published April 26, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... line. Thanks. If you answer correctly, your name might be drawn for the coveted Carroll Eagle coffee mug, suitable for use in any county. When he's not straddling the line between two counties, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at kevindayhoff AT gmail.com....

Dayhoff: Getting the Community Media Center out of the closet
Published April 21, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... of not only the Community Media Center, but also everything that is great about our community.

Thoughts turn to baseball and Jackie Robinson
Published April 17, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle
... is this week's winner of the famed Carroll Eagle mug. For an extended version of this column, with even more on Jackie Robinson, go to explorecarroll.com. When he's not enjoying April showers, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at kevindayhoff AT gmail.com. ...

Dayhoff: Recalling Jackie Robinson, the great American experiment
Published April 15, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... comments below. That’s my two cents. What’s yours? Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster.

Mills' contributions to hospital follow a healthful tradition
Published April 12, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... me with information for this week's column. If you'd like to learn more about the work of the foundation, give her a call at 410- 871-6200. When he is not eating sushi with Sherri Hosfeld Joseph ...

Recalling the devastating Westminster fire of 1906
Published April 8, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... Spring Carnival. It is never too early to start teaching your children fire safety. As history shows us -- it's everyone's concern and it can be a matter of life and death. Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster.

County jail started out 0-for-1 when it came to holding prisoners
Published April 3, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... you know? Drop me an e-mail at kevindayhoff@gmail.com. Be sure to add Carroll Eagle in the subject line. Thanks. When he's not "climbing down the spouting" to get away from his cell phone, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at kevindayhoff@gmail.com....

Dayhoff: A brief review of the Westminster Navy, and its role in American history
Published April 1, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... Navy; a proud heritage few Carroll Countians know. Now you know it too. Well, perhaps not. Happy April Fool's Day. Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster. E-mail him at kevindayhoff AT gmail.com, or add your thoughts to the readers' comment section below....

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Thursday, May 28, 2009

Flame of Hope Arrives in Carroll County June 3 2009


Flame of Hope Arrives in Carroll County!

MEDIA CONTACT:
Kelley Wallace/SOMD
PH: 410-789-6677 x117
Cell: 443-386-7965
E-mail: kwallace AT somd.org

OR

Chief Jeff Spaulding
Westminster Police Department
PH: 410-848-4646
E-mail: jspaulding AT westgov.com

Flame of Hope Arrives in Carroll County!

Carroll County Law Enforcement Officers Join Forces to Escort the Special Olympics Maryland Torch, Ensuring its Safe Passage to the 2009 SOMD Summer Games

Law Enforcement officers representing the police agencies throughout Carroll County will be out in force on Wednesday, June 3rd beginning at 8:00 AM, escorting the Special Olympics Maryland “Flame of Hope” from five (5) separate points around the county to Westminster. There they will join together and officially present the Flame of Hope in a brief ceremony at noon at City Hall. It is the duty of these Law Enforcement Torch Runners to ensure that the Flame is protected until it is delivered to the waiting hands of Special Olympics athletes on Friday, June 5th at the Opening Ceremony for the Special Olympic Maryland Summer Games held at Towson University, Towson Maryland.

This portion of the Torch Run Relay is part of the Central Leg, and Torch Run volunteers from the Maryland State Police, Sykesville PD, Hampstead PD, Manchester PD, Taneytown PD, Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, the McDaniel College Office of Campus Safety, Springfield Hospital Police, State Fire Marshal’s Office, Office of the State’s Attorney, Maryland Police Training Commission and Westminster PD will escort the flame through various municipalities around the County, eventually converging at McDaniel College and traveling in a unified “Final Leg” along Main Street to City Hall in Westminster. The law enforcement volunteers are raising funds in conjunction with the run by selling Torch Run T-shirts, holding events, and soliciting donations. (See end of press release for details on each of the 6 legs).

“We are proud to join our brother and sister law enforcement and correctional officers from around the world in demonstrating our support for these very special members of our community,” stated Chief Jeff Spaulding of the Westminster Police Department. “We are particularly pleased that we will be joined on each of our runs by Special Olympics athletes from right here in Carroll County. It is a great opportunity to further strengthen the long-standing relationship between law enforcement and Special Olympics that we enjoy in Maryland.” Chief Spaulding invites the community to attend a short ceremony at Westminster City Hall following the Final Leg during which the Special Olympics Athletes who participate as Torch Runners will be honored for their participation.

Statewide, the Maryland Torch Run Relay consists of four different legs – Eastern, Western, Central and Southern – and during the week of June 1st to 5th, thousands of law enforcement Torch Run volunteers will cover hundreds of miles, eventually converging on Towson where the individual flames will be united in the Final Leg Ceremony, and then officers from around the state will travel the final three (3) miles to the Summer Games Opening Ceremonies at Towson University. It is there that the “Flame of Hope” is handed off to Special Olympics athletes who have the honor of lighting the cauldron and officially declaring the 2009 SOMD Summer Games open. Carroll County will be represented by Chief Jeff Spaulding and other members of the Westminster PD in the Final Leg on Friday, June 5th.

The Maryland Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics is a year-round movement whose goal is to raise both funds and public awareness for the athletes who train and compete in Special Olympics Maryland. When it began in 1986, only a handful of officers participated, raising about $50,000. Since that time, the Maryland Torch Run has grown tremendously, including volunteer officers from nearly every law enforcement agency and correctional facility in Maryland, raising more than $3.8 million for Special Olympics Maryland in 2008 – the largest single fund raising effort for Special Olympics in the world.

For more information about the Carroll County Torch Run Relay, or to support the Torch Run Relay by purchasing a commemorative Torch Run T-shirt for $10, contact the Westminster Police Department at (410) 848-4646. For more information about Special Olympics Maryland and the 2009 Summer Games, contact Kelley Wallace at (410) 789-6677 x117 or visit http://www.somd.org/.

THE CARROLL COUNTY TORCH RUN EVENT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING LEGS:

Sykesville Leg – Members of the Maryland State Police, Maryland Police Training Commission, Sykesville PD, and the Springfield Hospital Police. Runners/bicyclists will depart Maryland Police Training Commission Training Facility @ 8:15 AM and travel north on Route 32, Johnsville Road, west on Liberty Road to Route 97, to McDaniel College.

Hampstead/Manchester Leg – Members of the Hampstead PD, and Manchester PD. Runners and bicyclists will depart Manchester PD @ 9:00 AM and travel south on Route 27 to McDaniel College.

Taneytown Leg – Members of the Taneytown Police Department, Office of the State Fire Marshall and the Carroll County Crisis Response Team. Runners/bicyclists will depart the Taneytown Bowling Center @ 9:00 AM and travel east on Route 140 to WMC Drive to McDaniel College.

Mt. Airy Leg – Members of the Maryland State Police. Runners/bicyclists will depart Mt. Airy @ 8:00 AM and travel north on Route 27 to McDaniel College.

Union Bridge/New Windsor Leg – Members of the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office. Runners/bicyclists will depart the Union Bridge Fire Hall @ 9:00 AM and travel east through New Windsor on Route 31 to McDaniel College.

Final Leg – Includes all participating law enforcement agencies in Carroll County (see above) to include members of the McDaniel College Department of Campus Safety, Office of the State’s Attorney and Westminster Police Department. Runners/bicyclists will depart McDaniel College @ noon and travel east along Main Street to City Hall where a Torch Run welcoming ceremony and celebration will take place.

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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Explore Carroll most emailed


Explore Carroll most emailed

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Dayhoff: Maryland National Guard Company H, had its beginnings in the flower business
Posted: May 22nd, 2009 in Westminster Eagle

State using goats as lawnmowers along Hampstead Bypass
Posted: May 22nd, 2009 in Carroll Eagle

Logic and reality need not apply in the world of political thought
Posted: May 22nd, 2009 in Carroll Eagle

Ramping up for the bypass
Posted: May 22nd, 2009 in Carroll Eagle

For parents, a mix of pride and fear for our soldiers
Posted: May 22nd, 2009 in Carroll Eagle

Movie Guide
Posted: May 22nd, 2009 in Carroll Eagle

Kindred Spirits
Posted: May 22nd, 2009 in Carroll Eagle, Eldersburg Eagle

10 Days 05-24
Posted: May 22nd, 2009 in Carroll Eagle

Soldiers on the other Side
Posted: May 22nd, 2009 in Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle

Gamber opens carnival season
Posted: May 22nd, 2009 in Carroll Eagle

20090527 SDOSM Explore Carroll most emailed

Explore Carroll most read






Dayhoff: Celebration of memory and change
Posted: May 26th, 2009 in Westminster Eagle

Body identified in Hampstead truck fire
Posted: May 23rd, 2009 in Carroll Eagle

Grand: Whether off-shore or in deep pockets, tax loopholes need a quick fix
Posted: May 22nd, 2009 in Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle

Long and short end of the stick
Posted: May 22nd, 2009 in Eldersburg Eagle

For parents, a mix of pride and fear for our soldiers
Posted: May 22nd, 2009 in Carroll Eagle

Troopers arrest 2 in connection with Manchester burglaries
Posted: May 19th, 2009 in Carroll Eagle

Three New Windsor candidates win unopposed
Posted: May 13th, 2009 in Carroll Eagle

Incumbent holds on to seat in Hampstead
Posted: May 13th, 2009 in Carroll Eagle

Dayhoff: The rebirth of the Cockey's Tavern building in Westminster
Posted: May 12th, 2009 in Westminster Eagle

Dayhoff: How water drove the growth Westminster ... and still does
Posted: May 4th, 2009 in Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle

20090526 SDOSM Explore Carroll most read


Sunday, May 24, 2009

Carroll County Memorial Day services


Carroll County Memorial Day services

Published May 22, 2009 by Carroll Eagle

... services on Monday related to Memorial Day. As we pause to ... Westminster will host its annual Memorial Day Parade and Service on ... at 410-848-6179.Sykesville memorial The Sykesville American Legion Post ... front of the Hampstead War Memorial, on the corner of routes ... ...

Carroll County will host several services on Monday related to Memorial Day. As we pause to thank service men and women past and present, we iffer this list for those who'd like to take part in local ceremonies. Happy Memorial Day.

Westminster memorial parade The City of Westminster will host its annual Memorial Day Parade and Service on Monday, beginning at 10 a.m. The parade steps off on Pennsylvania Avenue and follows main Street to the Westminster Cemetery, Church Street. If parade is canceled due to weather, the service will be held at National Guard Armory, Hahn Road, Westminster. Call Daniel Bohn at 410-848-6179.

Sykesville memorial The Sykesville American Legion Post 223 will host its 22nd Memorial Day service at 11 a.m. Monday at the legion hall, 7327 Slacks Road, . Guest speaker will be J.D. Larson, department sergeant of arms. Legion scholarship winners will give readings and legion member Jerry Broos will play “Taps.” For more information, call 410-795-7242

Mount Airy service Mount Airy American Legion Gold Star Post 191 will host its annual Memorial day service at 11 a.m. Monday at Pine Grove Chapel, South Main Street, Mount Airy. Not everyone will be admitted for service; loudspeaker will be provided outside. For information, call 301-829-9161.

Taneytown observance American Legion Hesson-Snider Post 120 will host a Memorial Day observance with a guest speaker and refreshments at 2 p.m. at the post hall, 9 Broad St., Taneytown. For more information, call 410-756-2219.

Hampstead service Hampstead will host a service at 9 a.m. Monday in front of the Hampstead War Memorial, on the corner of routes 30 and 833. The parade is canceled.

List of articles and columns on Memorial Day in Explore Carroll

Dayhoff: Maryland National Guard Company H, had its beginnings in the flower business
Published May 22, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... gather together, after the traditional Memorial Day parade, to our express ... 20, 1899, was an important day in our neighboring community of ... for it was on that day that the Carroll County Military ... the important topics of the day, when they could have gathered ... ...


EAGLE ARCHIVE: Mulkey is one of many, yet a special son of Carroll County
Published May 22, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle
... at Carroll County's Vietnam Memorial Park, located across the street ... addition to the Carroll County Memorial, Pfc. Mulkey may be found ... Line 017, on the Vietnam Memorial in Washington. Next time you ... service. As we gather this Memorial Day as a community to ... ...


Soldiers on the other Side
Published May 22, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle
... dedication ceremony held at Loudon Park's annual Confederate Memorial Day celebration June 6. Pyle, who also helps ... the "Adopt A Confederate" link. The Sons of Confederate Veterans' 2009 Confederate Memorial Day ceremony will be held at 9:30 a.m ... ...


For parents, a mix of pride and fear for our soldiers
Published May 22, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... they have children fighting our wars overseas. Memorial Day is a holiday to remember ... I imagine many parents do every day, she supported him in his decision ... is so important to be a part of honoring heroes this Memorial Day. One "milmom" posted ... ...


10 Days 05-24
Published May 22, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... -795-6043. Monday, 05-25 Memorial Day The City of Westminster ... -4505. Wednesday, 05-27 Senior Day The Carroll County Health Department will host a senior day on Wednesday, 9 a.m. to ... ., Westminster. General admission $5; all-day pass is $10. The event ... ...

20090524 SDOSM Carroll County Memorial Day services

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List of articles and columns on Memorial Day in Explore Carroll

List of articles and columns on Memorial Day in Explore Carroll

Carroll County Memorial Day services
Published May 22, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... services on Monday related to Memorial Day. As we pause to ... Westminster will host its annual Memorial Day Parade and Service on ... Sykesville memorial The Sykesville American Legion Post ... front of the Hampstead War Memorial, on the corner of routes ... ...


Dayhoff: Maryland National Guard Company H, had its beginnings in the flower business
Published May 22, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... gather together, after the traditional Memorial Day parade, to our express ... 20, 1899, was an important day in our neighboring community of ... for it was on that day that the Carroll County Military ... the important topics of the day, when they could have gathered ... ...


EAGLE ARCHIVE: Mulkey is one of many, yet a special son of Carroll County
Published May 22, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle
... at Carroll County's Vietnam Memorial Park, located across the street ... addition to the Carroll County Memorial, Pfc. Mulkey may be found ... Line 017, on the Vietnam Memorial in Washington. Next time you ... service. As we gather this Memorial Day as a community to ... ...


Soldiers on the other Side
Published May 22, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle
... dedication ceremony held at Loudon Park's annual Confederate Memorial Day celebration June 6. Pyle, who also helps ... the "Adopt A Confederate" link. The Sons of Confederate Veterans' 2009 Confederate Memorial Day ceremony will be held at 9:30 a.m ... ...


For parents, a mix of pride and fear for our soldiers
Published May 22, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... they have children fighting our wars overseas. Memorial Day is a holiday to remember ... I imagine many parents do every day, she supported him in his decision ... is so important to be a part of honoring heroes this Memorial Day. One "milmom" posted ... ...


10 Days 05-24
Published May 22, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... -795-6043. Monday, 05-25 Memorial Day The City of Westminster ... -4505. Wednesday, 05-27 Senior Day The Carroll County Health Department will host a senior day on Wednesday, 9 a.m. to ... ., Westminster. General admission $5; all-day pass is $10. The event ... ...


20090524 SDOSM List of articles columns on Mem Day in Explore Carroll


Memorial Day: It is not the reporter…


Memorial Day: It is not the reporter…

May 24, 2009

At this point approximately 1.5 million men and women in uniform have fought in Afghanistan and Iraq. For me, I’m a free speech kind of guy and I do not give a rat’s ass if you are for, or against the war.... Just remember this....

To paraphrase a quote that is attributed to Zell Miller:

It is the Soldier, not the agitator, who has given us the freedom to protest.

It is the soldier, not the reporter, who gives us freedom of the press.

It is the Soldier, not the poet, who has given us freedom of speech.

It is the soldier, not the preacher, who gives us freedom of religion.

It is the soldier, not the campus organizer who gives us freedom to assemble.

It is the soldier, not the lawyer, who gives us the right to a fair trial.

It is the soldier, not the politician, who gives us the right to vote.

It is the soldier, who salutes the flag, who makes all of this possible, day after day after day!

It is the Soldier who salutes the flag, serves beneath the flag, whose coffin is draped by the flag, who gives that protester the freedom to abuse and burn that flag.

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Camp Upshur USMCR 1972


Camp Upshur USMCR

We were awfully young...

Kevin E. Dayhoff, USMCR, Top Row - First Right
K Company, 4th Platoon, Marine Corps Development and Education Command, Camp Upshur, Quantico, VA 11 June - 21 July 1972 USMCR

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19720000 FB SDOSM Camp Upshur Group Pic K Co USMCR
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This is for the soldiers…

This is for my friends in the sandbox in the line of fire

This is for the soldiers…

ThisIsForTheSoldiers.org (by Lizzy Palmer)

This rocks. Since once again this Memorial Day I have friends over in the sandbox in the line of fire, this is for them…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TB0jigYknwM




1.5 million people have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. They risk their lives every day to defend you. Now you can really show your support, whether you are for or against the war.

Please visit ThisIsForTheSoldiers.org.
http://thisisforthesoldiers.org/
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Music by Drowning Pool:
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********NOTE********
This video was made by, 15 year-old, Lizzy Palmer.
As a veteran of the United States Armed Forces, who has friends in the line of fire, I felt compelled to share this with you.
People, like Lizzy, give me faith in the youth of America and the world.
Please check out her channel:
http://www.youtube.com/FlutieCutie

I have chosen to Re-post this, on my channel, to bring attention to this worthy cause. Videos, like this, can make a difference. Videos, like this, are what is good about YouTube. Please rate, fav, comment, and share, on this, and/or the original:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsfwNT...
I want as many people, as possible, to be made aware of this orginization.
Thanks for your time.
-Allen

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Remember Me

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Defense chief praises soldier in pink boxers


Defense chief praises soldier in pink boxers

GI jumped into action with flip-flops, too, after surprise Taliban attack

AP Fri., May 22, 2009

Photo by David Guttenfelder / AP: Zachery Boyd, in pink boxers, was routed from his sleep on May 11 by Taliban fire on a base in the Korengal Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province. With him are Cecil Montgomery of Many, La., far right; and Jordan Custer of Spokane, Wash.


WASHINGTON - Defense Secretary Robert Gates says American soldiers have more than their military might and training on their side in the war in Afghanistan. Some have pink underwear.

Gates told an audience in New York about Specialist Zachary Boyd, routed from sleep by enemy fire on his post in eastern Afghanistan.

"He immediately grabbed his rifle and rushed into a defensive position clad in his helmet, body armor, and pink boxer shorts that said 'I Love New York,'" Gates said Thursday night.

[…]

"Any soldier who goes into battle against the Taliban in pink boxers and flip-flops has a special kind of courage," Gates said, adding that Boyd may have hit on a new kind of psychological warfare. "I can only wonder about the impact on the Taliban.

[…]

Read the entire story here: Defense chief praises soldier in pink boxers

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Saturday, May 23, 2009

An Engineer's Guide to Cats

An Engineer's Guide to Cats

Two professional engineers illustrate the proper care and practical benefits of cats. None of the cats, humans, or engineers were mistreated in the making of this film. They were however, slightly annoyed.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHXBL6bzAR4



I lost it at the cat-yodeling segment.

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Recent Explore Carroll columns by Kevin Dayhoff

Recent Explore Carroll columns by Kevin Dayhoff

http://explorecarroll.com/search/more.php?f=news&y=0&p=1&s=Dayhoff

Dayhoff: Maryland National Guard Company H, had its beginnings in the flower business
Published May 22, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
We are deeply indebted to those who fought and died to give us the unalienable right to live free and cherish liberty in the pursuit of happiness. Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster. E-mail him at kevindayhoff AT gmail DOT com....

Mulkey is one of many, yet a special son of Carroll County
Published May 22, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... thanks to Mount Airy councilwoman Wendi Peters and American Legion Post 191 commander Roy True for their help with this column. We will resume the history trivia quiz next Sunday. In the meantime, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at

Celebrating Cockey's Tavern, birthplace of Carroll County
Published May 18, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... When he's not hanging around old haunts such as Cockey's Tavern,....

Utz elected as new mayor of Westminster
Published May 18, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
… — compiled by Kevin Dayhoff

Dayhoff: The rebirth of the Cockey's Tavern building in Westminster
Published May 12, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
… column in the Carroll Eagle of The Baltimore Sun for more of the rich history of Cockey’s.Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster.

Crunching numbers, and historic perspective, in Westminster election
Published May 12, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
... The writer, Kevin Dayhoff, is a history columnist for The Eagle newspapers. He served as ... did his grandfather Frank Thomas Babylon for several years in the 1890s.

Utz elected as Westminster mayor
Published May 11, 2009 by Westminster Eagle
— compiled by Kevin Dayhoff...

For municipalities that still exist, elections renew a call to activism
Published May 10, 2009 by Carroll Eagle

Dayhoff: How water drove the growth Westminster ... and still does
Published May 4, 2009 by Carroll Eagle, Westminster Eagle
... 200 years after our community banded together to maintain a steady and reliable water supply. Feedback, questions, and comments are welcome in the readers’ comments section below.

Readers revel in the details of the great baseball tater caper
Published May 3, 2009 by Carroll Eagle
... who declared the caper the "hidden-ball trick to end all hidden-ball tricks." No history trivia question this week -- I'm missing the baseball game on TV. When he is not watching baseball…

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Md Natl Guard Co H began in the flower business

The Maryland National Guard Company H, from Carroll County had its beginnings 110 years ago in the flower business.

From its roots in a Frizellburg flower business, to the shores of Normandy on D-Day, part of the family tree of the famed 29th Division, Company H, from Carroll County started to grow 110 years ago.

By Kevin Dayhoff, May 20, 2009

Next Monday is Memorial Day. It is a solemn day that Carroll County has faithfully observed for 142 years

Hopefully I will see you and your family at the historic Westminster Cemetery when we gather together, after the traditional Memorial Day parade, to our express our profound gratitude for the acts of brave patriots who gave their full measure to preserve our way of life.

Just after last year’s observances of Memorial Day, I wrote a Sunday Carroll Eagle column on D-Day, and the fact that many Carroll Countians served in the 29th Division - which along with V Corps and the 1st Infantry Division made up the total of 34,250 troops, 3,300 vehicles - who landed at “Omaha Beach” that faithful day on June 6, 1944, at 6:30 in the morning.

For several months after that column appeared, many readers asked for more information on the 29th Division and its humble beginnings in Carroll County as Company H of the Maryland National Guard

As a matter of fact, the D-Day column came as a result of reader feedback from an earlier column on the history and tradition of the Memorial Day observances in Westminster.

Folks also took me aside during last year’s Westminster’s Memorial Day ceremonies and contacted me after I had the opportunity to talk about the Memorial Day holiday and D-Day on WTTR with Gail Jones, the guardianship program coordinator for the Carroll County bureau of aging, on the “Carroll Senior News” program.

Then the topic came up again when I was honored to be the guest of George Miller and Paul Garver last year at the Westminster Senior Center for a Memorial Day program.

I promised that I would fill-in more of the history of Company H this year, in time for the 2009 Westminster observance of Memorial Day.

Candidly, the history and tradition of Company H of the Maryland National Guard and the 29th Division will remain a long-term project because one could write a lengthy book on the topic.

For this installment, we’ll just introduce you to the early roots of Company H and we’ll see what further questions arise and take it from there.

[…]

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Friday, May 22, 2009

It was a lovely day to protest.







It was a lovely day to protest.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Pictured are the airport protesters at the Carroll County office building in Westminster Maryland.

Seems they are also protesting Carroll County commissioners Julia Gouge and Mike Zimmer.

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From Soundtrack archives: Laura Rhodes April 4, 2008 photomontage


From Soundtrack archives: Laura Rhodes April 4, 2008 photomontage

An interview with Laura Rhodes about Respite Care in Carroll County

Photo credit: An interview with Laura Rhodes, the Program Development 20080404 LRhodes triptych1sm.jpg and 20080404 LRhodes triptych1sm.jpg

Manager at Granite House. April 4, 2008 Photomontage by Kevin Dayhoff

Monday, April 21, 2008 by Kevin Dayhoff

http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2008/04/20080421-interview-with-laura-rhodes.html

From Soundtrack archives: An interview with Laura Rhodes about Respite Care in Carroll County http://tinyurl.com/q6ugse

http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2008/04/laura-rhodes-offers-helping-hand-to.html

*****
From Soundtrack archives: Laura Rhodes offers a helping hand to those in need 04/23/08 By Kevin E. Dayhoff http://tinyurl.com/owkgsx

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Carroll County Memorial Day and local carnival events Monday May 25 2009

Carroll County Memorial Day and local carnival events Monday May 25 2009

May 22, 2009

Memorial Day Westminster hosts its Memorial Day parade and service Monday at 10 a.m. The parade steps off on Pennsylvania Avenue and follows Main Street to the Westminster Cemetery, Church Street. Call 410-848-6179.

The Mount Airy American Legion Gold Star Post 191 is holding their annual observance of Memorial Day at Pine Grove Cemetery on Memorial Day at 11:00 am, with lunch to follow at the Post on Prospect Rd. For more information call the Post at 301-829-9161

Union Bridge Union Bridge Fire Co., 8 W. Locust St., Union Bridge, will host its annual carnival beginning Monday and running through Saturday, May 30. Call David at 410-775-7422. For more information: Carnival season starts summer By Carrie Ann Knauer, Times Staff Writer

Harney VFW Post hosting events on Saturday By Beth Abbott, West Carroll Friday, May 22, 2009 Monocacy Valley Memorial Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6918, in conjunction with the Harney fire company and the Harney Lions Club, will be having the annual Memorial Day Services to honor fallen veterans. Those wishing to participate should gather at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at the Post, 5801 Conover Road, Harney. For more information: http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/articles/2009/05/22/neighborhoods/west%20carroll/beth_abbott/beth983.txt

Scouts honor veterans by placing flags on graves By Bryan Schutt, Times Staff Writer Wednesday, May 13, 2009 MANCHESTER — After Marshall Singer planted the American flag in the ground, he hurried to catch up with the rest of his fellow Cub Scouts in front of the next tombstone. Placing flag after flag, the 20 or so Scouts solemnly walked through grounds of the New Lutheran Cemetery off Locust Street in Manchester, honoring some of Carroll’s veterans in advance of Memorial Day. In total, roughly 170 graves were memorialized Tuesday night by the Scouts of Cub Scout Pack 320 in Manchester, joining in a tradition kept alive by the American Legion Post 200 in Hampstead. For more information: http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/articles/2009/05/13/news/local_news/1_flags_scouts.txt

What: St. John Catholic Church carnival When: Monday through May 30, gates open at noon Monday, 5 p.m. all other days Where: School grounds, 43 Monroe St., Westminster Information: Call 410-848-4744 For more information: http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/articles/2009/05/22/news/local_news/1carnival_season.txt


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Carroll Nonprofit Center Yard Sale to support Get Connected Family Resource Center


Carroll Nonprofit Center Yard Sale to support Get Connected Family Resource Center

Carroll Nonprofit Center

Date: May 30th, 2009

Time: 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Where: 255 Clifton Blvd. Westminster, MD

$15.00 per space (Space size is 2 parking spaces wide)

Rain date: June 6, 2009 - 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

To reserve a space and for additional information contact:

Karen Koenigsberg at the Get Connected Family Resource Center 410-871-0008

Yard Sale Sponsored by the Get Connected Family Resource Center.

This has been approved by HR.


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Two recent columns in The Tentacle on Memorial Day by Kevin Dayhoff


Two recent columns in The Tentacle on Memorial Day by Kevin Dayhoff

May 20, 2009


See also: A very compelling video about our U. S. Armed Forces in harms way. http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2007/04/20070416-remember-me.html

Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Pause to Remember and Honor
Kevin E. Dayhoff
Next Monday is Memorial Day. It is a day when we should come together as a community and take a break from the rancid political bickering in Washington, which passes as national leadership today, and reflect on the men and women in uniform who are serving our country in the darkest corners of the world.

Arlington National Cemetery – Firsts of the heart
Kevin E. Dayhoff
As Memorial Day approaches, it is significant to note that today, on May 13, in 1864; the first soldier was buried at Arlington House, also called the Custis-Lee Mansion. We now know the property as Arlington National Cemetery and it is now the revered final resting place of over 320,000 stories of the heart.


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It was a perfect day, but the interview did not go well.


It was a perfect day, but the interview did not go well.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

While I was in Princeton New Jersey recently, I found myself walking along Nassau Street across from Princeton University.

It was a beautiful spring day. It was a perfect day - - or as Vivian Laxton would say, “C'est un jour parfait à donner des sédatifs.” (http://tinyurl.com/oh72eo)

The sidewalk was packed with all sorts of interesting folks; so, I thought that I would gather some views on contemporary events from the person in the street.

Hey, these things always go well when Mike Schuh does them.

Well, my experience was not so good.

She had nothing to say.

I can’t imagine what went wrong. I talked at great length about fashion, sports, life in a college town.

I even sang to her: “Oh it’s such a perfect day, I’m glad I spent it with you. Oh such a perfect day, You just keep me hanging on, You just keep me hanging on.

“Just a perfect day, Problems all left alone, Weekenders on our own. It’s such fun.

“Just a perfect day, You made me forget myself. I thought I was someone else, Someone good.”
(http://tinyurl.com/r43u7h)

In return, I got, like, nothing.

Zip. (And, I might add, it was at this point, that my wife did not know me.)

Maybe I need to get some pointers from Bryan Sears or Clifford Cumber.

Maybe I need to grow a beard like Cumber. Sears would’ve nailed it.

I did get some funny looks from some passers-by.


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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Arts On The Dock Returns To West OC by Joe Albero

"Fishing" July 23, 2007 by Kevin Dayhoff
Arts On The Dock Returns To West OC by Joe Albero

Arts on the Dock is an entertainment filled evening on the docks of one of Ocean City's most scenic marinas, the Ocean City Fishing Center.

[…]

Every Thursday, June 18th - September 24th, from 4:00PM - 8:00PM…

[…]

Are you an artist, who'd like to show at Arts on the Dock? Any Questions? Call the Ocean City Fishing Center at (410) 213-1121.

Read the entire post here: Arts On The Dock Returns To West OC


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Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Arts On The Dock Returns To West OC

http://sbynews.blogspot.com/2009/05/arts-on-dock-returns-to-west-oc.html

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Donovan Mellow Yellow


Donovan Mellow Yellow

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8DgszzXOo0



Posted for Pastor Kevin Clementson of Grace Lutheran Church in Westminster, Maryland.

200900517 SDOSM Donovan Mellow Yellow

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