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Sunday, April 25, 2010

Carroll Community College opens three different art exhibits by Erica Kritt

Carroll Community College opens three different art exhibits
Carroll County Times http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/ News Web site

Monday, April 19, 2010 by Erica Kritt

http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/article_f8b7186a-4b69-11df-a8b1-001cc4c03286.html
By Erica Kritt, Times Staff Writer |
Art took center stage Sunday at Carroll Community College as three art shows opened on campus.

Maggie Ball, visual arts department chairwoman of Carroll Community College, said this was the first time the school had three openings in one day.
[…]

"Steven Dobbin: Reclamation, Variation II," opened in the Scott Center. His work features paint cans.

[…]

In the Great Hall of the college, the artist cooperative Off Track Art, which has gallery space in Westminster, displayed works with a train theme.

While some artists displayed sketches of train tracks, others did jewelry and paper cutouts.

"It challenged each of us to broaden our thinking," Mary Decker, one of the artists in the show, said.

Linda Van Hart, another member, said the Off Track Art exhibit was the center of the exhibitions, bridging the physical space between Dobbin's space and a gallery of student art.

The student art is being exhibited in the Langdon Gallery. Ball said that having the students in with the community artists and Dobbin gives them pride.

[…]
Read Ms. Kritt’s entire article here: http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/article_f8b7186a-4b69-11df-a8b1-001cc4c03286.html

20100419 CCC opens three different art exhibits - by Erica Kritt

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Thursday, April 22, 2010

The Painted Room Architectural Color Consultation by Jean Molesworth Kee


the painted room

architectural color consultation

http://www.paintedroom.com/Home.html

Jean Molesworth Kee is a certified architectural color consultant and has consulted on numerous projects throughout the greater metropolitan Washington, D.C. area over the past 10 years. Her clients include homeowners, interior designers, architects and developers.

Jean received her B.A. in American Studies/English from McDaniel College and graduated from the School of Color and Design Australia (SCDA) in Sydney.

alexandria virginia ⎢ 571.214.9093 ⎢ jmk@paintedroom.com
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Carroll Community College opens three different art exhibits - by Erica Kritt

Carroll Community College opens three different art exhibits

Carroll County Times News Web site http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/

Monday, April 19, 2010 by Erica Kritt


Art took center stage Sunday at Carroll Community College as three art shows opened on campus.

Maggie Ball, visual arts department chairwoman of Carroll Community College, said this was the first time the school had three openings in one day.

[…]

"Steven Dobbin: Reclamation, Variation II," opened in the Scott Center. His work features paint cans.

[…]

In the Great Hall of the college, the artist cooperative Off Track Art, which has gallery space in Westminster, displayed works with a train theme.

While some artists displayed sketches of train tracks, others did jewelry and paper cutouts.

"It challenged each of us to broaden our thinking," Mary Decker, one of the artists in the show, said.

Linda Van Hart, another member, said the Off Track Art exhibit was the center of the exhibitions, bridging the physical space between Dobbin's space and a gallery of student art.

The student art is being exhibited in the Langdon Gallery. Ball said that having the students in with the community artists and Dobbin gives them pride.

[…]

Read Ms. Kritt’s entire article here: http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/article_f8b7186a-4b69-11df-a8b1-001cc4c03286.html

20100419 CCC opens three different art exhibits - by Erica Kritt


Carroll County MD receives bond bill money By Adam Bednar

Carroll receives bond bill money By Adam Bednar


Posted: Friday, April 16, 2010 By Adam Bednar, Times Staff Writer

Some state dollars are on the way to help pay for capital improvements in Carroll.

The General Assembly amended the state’s Capital Budget Bill to include $150,000 for the Carroll County Agriculture Center.

Sen. Larry Haines, R-District 5, said that he was happy the ag center is receiving state funding this year.

Both the House and Senate each funded $7.5 million in legislative projects for the 2010 session.

According to a list of bond bills being funded, the General Assembly reviewed more than $35 million in requests.

[…]

The bond money will be used on capital improvements at the agricultural center, said Caroline Babylon, the center’s treasurer. However, the specific uses haven’t yet been decided by the center’s board, she said.

Carroll Hospital Center also was awarded $700,000 to help pay for creating extra space for Access Carroll on its campus. However, these funds were included in Gov. Martin O’Malley’s capital budget and were not considered a legislative project, said Sen. David Brinkley, R-District 4.

Read the entire article by Mr. Bednar here: http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/news/local/article_29a853f2-490e-11df-868b-001cc4c002e0.html

20100416 Carroll receives bond bill money By Adam Bednar

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U.S. Government Unveils New Design for the $100 Note


April 21, 2010

2010-4-21-11-26-45-15644

U.S. Government Unveils New Design for the $100 Note 

Government to Currency Users:  Know Its Features So You Can Know It's Real
 

WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 21, 2010) – Officials from the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the United States Secret Service today unveiled the new design for the $100 note. Complete with advanced technology to combat counterfeiting, the new design for the $100 note retains the traditional look of U.S. currency.
 

"As with previous U.S. currency redesigns, this note incorporates the best technology available to ensure we're staying ahead of counterfeiters," said Secretary of the Treasury Tim Geithner.


"When the new design $100 note is issued on February 10, 2011, the approximately 6.5 billion older design $100s already in circulation will remain legal tender," said Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board Ben S. Bernanke. "U.S. currency users should know they will not have to trade in their older design $100 notes when the new ones begin circulating."
 

There are a number of security features in the redesigned $100 note, including two new features, the 3-D Security Ribbon and the Bell in the Inkwell. These security features are easy for consumers and merchants to use to authenticate their currency.


The blue 3-D Security Ribbon on the front of the new $100 note contains images of bells and 100s that move and change from one to the other as you tilt the note. The Bell in the Inkwell on the front of the note is another new security feature. The bell changes color from copper to green when the note is tilted, an effect that makes it seem to appear and disappear within the copper inkwell.


"The new security features announced today come after more than a decade of research and development to protect our currency from counterfeiting. To ensure a seamless introduction of the new $100 note into the financial system, we will conduct a global public education program to ensure that users of U.S. currency are aware of the new security features," said Treasurer of the United States Rosie Rios.


"For 145 years, the men and women of the United States Secret Service have worked diligently to protect the integrity of U.S. currency from counterfeiters," said Director Mark Sullivan. "During that time, our agency has evolved to keep pace with the advanced methodologies employed by the criminals we pursue. What has remained constant in combating counterfeiting, however, is the effectiveness of consumer education initiatives that urge merchants and customers to examine the security features on the notes they receive."
 

Although less than 1/100th of one percent of the value of all U.S. currency in circulation is reported counterfeit, the $100 note is the most widely circulated and most often counterfeited denomination outside the U.S.


"The $100 is the highest value denomination that we issue, and it circulates broadly around the world," said Michael Lambert, Assistant Director for Cash at the Federal Reserve Board. "Therefore, we took the necessary time to develop advanced security features that are easy for the public to use in everyday transactions, but difficult for counterfeiters to replicate."
 

"The advanced security features we've included in the new $100 note will hinder potential counterfeiters from producing high-quality fakes that can deceive consumers and merchants," said Larry R. Felix, Director of the Treasury's Bureau of Engraving and Printing. "Protect yourself - it only takes a few seconds to check the new $100 note and know it's real."
 

The new design for the $100 note retains three effective security features from the previous design: the portrait watermark of Benjamin Franklin, the security thread, and the color-shifting numeral 100.


The new $100 note also displays American symbols of freedom, including phrases from the Declaration of Independence and the quill the Founding Fathers used to sign this historic document.  Both are located to the right of the portrait on the front of the note.


The back of the note has a new vignette of Independence Hall featuring the rear, rather than the front, of the building. Both the vignette on the back of the note and the portrait on the front have been enlarged, and the oval that previously appeared around both images has been removed.


For a more detailed description of the redesigned $100 note and its features, visit http://www.newmoney.gov/ where you can watch an animated video, click through an interactive note or browse through the multimedia resources for images and B-roll.


Also, visit http://www.newmoney.gov/ for information on how to order free training materials for cash handlers, or you may download the materials directly from the Web site. The training materials for the $100 note are available in 25 languages.

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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

The Community Reporter, April 19, 1974: Carroll County Plans Its Own Special Festival

Carroll County Plans Its Own Special Festival

http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2010/04/community-reporter-april-19-1974.html
The Community Reporter, April 19, 1974.

Annual Festival To Be Held For One Day Only This Year, On May 11th—Plans are now being made for "Carroll County Celebrate" 1974, the third annual special festival sponsored by the Carroll County Arts Council and the Farm Museum.

In previous years the festival has been held for an entire weekend in June. This year the committee has decided to hold the event for one day only — Saturday, May 11, from 10: a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

Admission for this event will be at a special carload rate of only $3.00.

The Community Reporter, April 19, 1974.

19740419 Carroll County Plans Its Own Special Festival

Carroll County Farm Museum Cookbook

[The first ten years: Carroll County Farm Museum
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Friday, April 16, 2010

The Westminster Main Street Mile, an annual Westminster rite of spring, took place last Wednesday



The Westminster Main Street Mile, an annual Westminster rite of spring, took place last Wednesday  Filed April 15, 2010  By Kevin Dayhoff


It was a perfect spring evening last Wednesday for a short stroll down Main Street in Westminster for almost hundreds of runners.

The 29th running of the Westminster Main Street Mile went off without a hitch thanks to over 50 volunteers, the Westminster Police Department, Fire Police - and the Westminster Volunteer Fire Department which each year opens-up its engine bays for the pre-race registration, the after-race ice cream and results.

The annual Westminster rite of spring, sponsored by the Westminster Road Runners, is our local equivalent of the running of the bulls made famous by Ernest Hemingway in The Sun Also Rises; well sort of… At least the local version is totally family oriented.

“Well the sun’s out. That’ll bring out a lot of the families…,” said Tom Reese, a veteran race volunteer. In years past, cold and rain have greeted the runners and spectators.

His wife, Chris Reese, was busy with past race director, Liuda Galinaitis, at the one of the pre-race registration tables. They had a huge bag of M&M’s to help the runners with the pre-race jitters.

The annual event dates back to 1981, said Beth Weisenborn, who returned again this year’s race director.

Kevin Spradlin, also a longstanding volunteer for the race has dubbed her the “ex-club president in waiting,” in recognition for all the years she has served in that capacity. Oh yeah, she does such a good job, we just let her keep doing it, said Spradlin.

Weisenborn said that the race is known as one of the fastest one-mile courses in the world because it begins at the top of East Main Street at Fair Avenue and follows Main Street west to the Westminster Branch of the Carroll County Public Library – “all downhill, with a total vertical drop of 144 feet.”

According to Weisenborn, Dr. Sam Case started the race years ago along with the late Terry Burk and the late Dr. David Herlocker, who passed away in 2008.

Burk, the popular owner of “The Treat Shop,” then in downtown Westminster, was killed while jogging in 1995 with two friends on Route 97 at Kalten Road when a car struck him and fellow jogger, and former race director, Herlocker.

The race was originally organized, said Weisenborn, “around the idea of having a fun, family race event at the beginning of the running season, and then everyone would head up the street to The Treat Shop for ice cream.”

The race grew in size over the years and now attracts runners and families from all over the mid-Atlantic region. The ice cream sundaes were replaced several years ago when the health department encouraged the distribution of ice cream sandwiches instead.

This year’s second place finisher with a time of four-minutes and twenty-four seconds, Mark Eissens, 29, almost did not make it in time for the run this year. He traveled from Virginia and got caught in traffic. He drove straight to the starting area, got out of his car, ran to the starting line with seconds to spare, and right down the hill…

The race has turned into an annual affair for the family of former Maryland State Delegate Joe Getty. This year’s race occurred on Getty’s birthday, which had nothing to do with the fact that he did not run this year due to an injury. His youngest son, Samuel, did run the race this year.

The family has run together in the race for over 15 years and it has become the source of some friendly sibling rivalry, when Getty recently sent out an e-mail to the family that “Number one son, Justus, placed 12th in 1999 with a time of 4:42. He had not previously realized that he was upstaged by number two son, Nathan, who placed 11th in 2003 with a time of 4:41.”

To which his son Justus, responded on the family’s Facebook page, “Not only did Nathan BEAT ME, but now we have to publish it in the NEWSPAPER? … Dad, you're going to give me a complex or something!”

The event which always begins at 7 PM sharp is actually two races.

The first race was officially timed. To qualify folks needed to be age 11 or older and capable of running a mile in less than 10 minutes.

The second race is the “Connor Smith Memorial Fun Run,” for everyone under the age of 10. It is neither officially timed nor scored. However, a clock showing the unofficial race time was displayed at the finish line. All the participants in the Smith Fun Run wear a race identification badge which bears the number “1,” and all the children who participated were awarded a medal at the finish line.

This year’s adult race winner came from near Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Ashley Sollenberger, 28, had a winning time of four-minutes and twenty-three seconds, besting Eissens and a previous winner, Remus Medley, 40, who crossed the finish line at four-minutes and twenty-five seconds.

Medley did, however get past the finish line ahead of his daughter, Brittney Rooks, 16, from Poly High School in Baltimore. Rooks, the fastest female in the adult run crossed the finish line with a time of four-minutes and forty-nine seconds; edging-out last year’s winner, Sherry Stick, 31, who had a time of four-minutes and fifty-two seconds.

Both times are just slightly behind the current International Amateur Athletics Federation (IAAF) recognized world record holder, Svetlana Masterkova, of Russia, who ran the mile in four-minutes and twelve-seconds on August 14, 1996.

It’s a family affair for the Rooks-Medley family, from Baltimore, who are training for several upcoming marathons, along with several other friends and family who made the trip to Westminster.

The mile-run times recorded Wednesday puts Westminster among world leaders. The first recorded time for the mile was July 28, 1852 when Charles Westhall ran a 4 minute 28 second mile in London. Roger Bannister ran the first sub-four minute mile on May 6, 1954. He ran it in 3 minutes 59.4 seconds.

The current IAAF recognized world record holder for men is Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco, who ran the mile on July 7, 1999 in three-minutes and forty-three seconds.

The world records are only slightly faster than that of the fastest-youngest female in the Westminster race, Hannah Lyon,12, or the fastest-youngest male, Mark Broomfield, 14.

The fastest-oldest female was Yvonne Aasen, 78; and the fastest-oldest male was John Elliot, 71.

After the race, Stan Ruchlewicz, the Westminster economic development director smiled and said it was a good event for downtown Westminster.

Everyone went home tired and full of ice cream. “It’s a great event for families to come-out and share in the common experience of such a unique event,” said Weisenborn, as she started packing-up and already looking forward to next year’s event.

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Monday, April 12, 2010

DAYHOFF: Plenty of ways over the years to have a hot time in Westminster


DAYHOFF: Plenty of ways over the years to have a hot time in Westminster

Eagle Archives By Kevin Dayhoff Posted 4/11/10

History, the Westminster recreation problem, log rolling, and burning motorcycles.

http://www.explorecarroll.com/community/4205/plenty-ways-over-years-have-hot-time-westminster/ (Enlarge)

http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2010/04/dayhoff-plenty-of-ways-over-years-to.html

Parades, log rollings, and a motorcycle fire provided entertainment for Carroll County years ago.

On April 11, 1887, the city of Westminster was the scene of parades, poetry, pomp and circumstance as the 50th anniversary of the founding of Carroll County was celebrated.

Thanks to the research of Mary Ann Ashcraft for the Historical Society of Carroll, we are aware of many of the details of that day.

Ashcraft calls to our attention that the April 12, 1887, Baltimore Sun reported, "Probably 25,000 people participated in the celebration, and everything passed off pleasantly and with good order. From all parts of the county large cavalcades of horsemen moved on the town and participated in the parade."

Consider that 25,000 is a lot of people if you consider the population of Westminster was only about 3,000.

Read the entire column here: http://www.explorecarroll.com/community/4205/plenty-ways-over-years-have-hot-time-westminster/

20100411 SCE Plenty of ways to have a hot time in Wster sceked  Labels: Dayhoff Media Explore Carroll, History 1880s, History 1920s, History Westminster 1880s, History Westminster 1920s

History of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Carroll Street, of the City of Westminster, MD., from 1868 to 1894: With some account of earlier efforts ... congregations and charges in Carroll Co., Md

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A Man's BBQ Grill and the Rules to Go With It


A Man's BBQ Grill and the Rules to Go With It

Received in an e-mail... Hat Tip: The Chief and Ruby:

Now this is a BBQ guaranteed to get everyone's attention......I think it should be towed with the barrel facing backwards...then you wouldn't have to worry about anyone tailgating you....I don't know for sure but my guess is the owner is from Texas!!!!!!

BBQ RULES

We are about to enter the BBQ season. Therefore it is important to refresh your memory on the etiquette of this sublime outdoor cooking activity. When a man volunteers to do the BBQ the following chain of events are put into motion:

Routine...

(1) The woman buys the food.

(2) The woman makes the salad, prepares the vegetables, and makes dessert.

(3) The woman prepares the meat for cooking, places it on a tray along with the necessary cooking utensils and sauces, and takes it to the man who is lounging beside the grill - beer in hand.

(4) The woman remains outside the compulsory three meter exclusion zone where the exuberance of testosterone and other manly bonding activities can take place without the interference of the woman.

Here comes the important part:

(5) THE MAN PLACES THE MEAT ON THE GRILL.

More routine...

(6) The woman goes inside to organize the plates and cutlery.

(7) The woman comes out to tell the man that the meat is looking great. He thanks her and asks if she will bring another beer while he flips the meat

Important again:

(8) THE MAN TAKES THE MEAT OFF THE GRILL AND HANDS IT TO THE WOMAN.

More routine...

(9) The woman prepares the plates, salad, bread, utensils, napkins, sauces, and brings them to the table.

(10) After eating, the woman clears the table and does the dishes.

And most important of all:

(11) Everyone PRAISES the MAN and THANKS HIM for his cooking efforts.

(12) The man asks the woman how she enjoyed 'her night off' and, upon seeing her annoyed reaction, concludes that there's just no pleasing some women!

20100410 sdosm A Mans BBQ Grill and the Rules to Go With It
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Sunday, April 11, 2010

I’m proud of Jim. He’s doing so well in plastics.


I’m proud of Jim. He’s doing so well in plastics.

Hat Tip: http://iloveoldmagazines.tumblr.com/post/507096362/popular-science-1946-vol-149-no-4 iloveoldmagazines: Popular Science 1946 Vol. 149, No. 4
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[19460000 doing so well in plastics] Labels: Art Library Words, History 1940s

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1946: Popular Science - Chemists make it work modern wonders


Popular Science - Chemists make it work modern wonders

Hat Tip: http://iloveoldmagazines.tumblr.com/post/512154036/popular-science-1946-vol-149-no-4 Popular Science 1946 Vol. 149, No. 4

[19460000 Chemists make it work modern wonders]
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Saturday, April 10, 2010

Jealous




The Doctors visit April 9, 2010 by Kevin Dayhoff

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Any resemblance to perhaps, a commentary on health care reform is coincidental. Or, maybe not…

[20100409 The Doctors visit] Labels: Dayhoff Art, Dayhoff Daily Photoblog, Dayhoff photos, Medicine Health Care Reform

The Doctors visit April 9, 2010 by Kevin Dayhoff http://tinyurl.com/yaxujha

Any resemblance to perhaps, a commentary on #HCR is coincidental. Or, maybe not…http://tinyurl.com/yaxujha http://twitpic.com/1epik8 http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2010/04/doctors-visit-april-9-2010-by-kevin.html

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Recent work on Investigative Voice by Kevin Dayhoff

The wheelchair has been located. After I complete my current assignment, I'll do an update..

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For the folks looking for an update on this case; there isn't much happening at the moment. However, there will be more news soon.

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By Kevin Dayhoff Maryland State Police brought Anthony T. Soligny, of New Windsor in Carroll County, back to Maryland yesterday to face allegations that he allegedly attacked his wife with a hammer on March 2. ...

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Alleged to have assaulting his wife with hammer. Thursday, 04 March 2010 By Kevin Dayhoff A Carroll County man who is alleged to have beat his wife with a hammer is behind bars today after being quickly apprehended while on the run in Georgia. ...
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