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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Bullock's in Westminster for dinner


Off Track Art gallery in Westminster MD - from earlier in the day...

Democratic Advocate, March 25, 1899: Francis J. Englar, a well-known farmer hurt during tree work

Democratic Advocate, March 25, 1899: Francis J. Englar, a well-known farmer hurt during tree work

A serious accident occurred near Linwood last Saturday afternoon.

Mr. Francis J. Englar, a well-known farmer, was lopping a tree in his yard, and fearing it would damage the adjacent dwelling in falling, he tied a rope to the top and attempted to pull it in an opposite direction.

As it was falling Mr. Englar slipped and fell, while a heavy branch struck and pinned him to the earth.

He was held in that position until assistance arrived, when he was extricated while in an unconscious condition. Medical aid was quickly summoned from Union Bridge, and everything done to alleviate the sufferer. His oldest son was also severely bruised.



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The Community Reporter, March 29, 1974: Geritol Jet Set To Meet April 1 at Calvary United Methodist Church, Mt. Airy


Geritol Jet Set To Meet April 1 at Calvary United Methodist Church, Mt. Airy


Geritol Jet Set To Meet April 1—The Geritol Jet Set will meet at 10 a.m. on Monday, April 1st, in the Social Hall of Calvary United Methodist Church, Mt. Airy.

Mrs. Dorothy Etzler will have the devotions and at 11:30 a.m., Bruce Hildebrand will speak on "Recreation for the Aging."

At 1:00 p.m., Mrs. Sherman Kline will show pictures of her trip to Canada. Come and bring a sandwich with you.

Coffee, tea and dessert will be furnished. Members and their friends are reminded that the trip to Washington, D.C., to see the cherry blossoms is scheduled for April 4th.

The price of the trip will be three dollars and the money should be turned in at the April 1st meeting. The bus will leave the church at 9 a.m. April 4.

Be on time and again it would be wise to bring along a sandwich or whatever is desirable for lunch.

The Community Reporter, March 29, 1974. [19740329 CommRep Geritol Jet Set to Meet April 1]




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Friday, March 30, 2012

The first thing I noticed at McDaniel field this eve is Bair Stadium is gone

Seniors Keep in Touch purse auction at the Non-Profit Center in Westminster


These are my favorite shoes at the SKIT purse auction LOL What fun.


Dr. Zappardino models a gr8 find at the SKIT purse auction at the Non-Profit Ctr

My cluttered and very busy art studio

CB gets fitted with his new glasses at The Optical Center downtown Westminster

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A couple play chess at Birdies in Westminster earlier

Artists reception for Non-Profit Center art show and SKIT Auction Friday evening March 30 2012 Show continues through May 1, 2011



Pictured left to right are artists: Iris Katz, Mary Lou Poirier; Back: Robert Dyson, Ginny Houser and Kevin Dayhoff.
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Artists reception for Non-Profit Center art show and SKIT Auction Friday evening March 30 2012 Show continues through May 1, 2011

SKIT – Seniors Keep in Touch - purse action, sponsored by “Catherine’s Cause,” continues through Saturday, March 31, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

All are funds of the Community Foundation of Carroll County – an awesome community-based organization that works hard every day for all of Carroll County.



A “Mocktail” party reception for the artists, the exhibition, “Anything Goes in Art.” will be held in conjunction with the 2012 Seniors Keep In Touch Purse Auction on March 30th, 2012, at the Nonprofit Center at 255 Clifton Blvd. from 4-7 PM.

2012 Seniors Keep In Touch Purse Auction on March 30th, 2012, at the Nonprofit Center at 255 Clifton Blvd. from 4-7 PM.


2012 Seniors Keep In Touch Purse Auction on March 30th, 2012, at the Nonprofit Center at 255 Clifton Blvd. from 4-7 PM.

We expect the Purse Auction to attract its usual big crowd that will have the added benefit of seeing your beautiful art on our walls and hopefully some of your friends will take advantage of the opportunity to support SKIT. Members of the art committee will be on hand at all times during the Party.
 

GFWC Woman’s Club of Westminster Show “Anything Goes in Art” at the Carroll County Non-Profit Center in Westminster, February 1, 2012 to May 1, 2012

Carroll Nonprofit Center
255 Clifton Blvd.
Westminster, MD 21157
410-871-9030

“Anything Goes in Art” is the subject of the newest exhibition at the Non Profit Center in Westminster.

The GFWC Woman’s Club of Westminster in cooperation with the Non Profit Center represented by Audrey Ciminio and Mark Krieder.

Women’s Club members Nancy Janes, Barbara Humbert, Kathy Rittler and local artists Lyndi McNulty and Pam Zappardino planned the event.

The exhibition will be on view in the conference rooms by chance from February through May 1st the gallery features local artists.

The featured artists in “Anything Goes In Art” include: Iris Katz, Mary Lou Poirier; Back: Robert Dyson, Ginny Houser and Kevin Dayhoff.

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Katz is showing exquisite textiles depicting her prize King Charles Cavalier Spaniels.

Mary Lou Poirier is showing her paintings and a collage.

Dyson is exhibiting is stunning detailed pen and ink drawing of baskets as well as other more abstract images.

Ginny Houser is showing her prize winning photographs.

Well-known local artist and past Mayor of Westminster, Kevin Dayhoff is exhibiting some of his exceptional digitally enhanced collages and two color drawings.

Other artists not pictures are James McPhillips whose watercolors command much attention and Carol Poole is showing her oil paintings of landscapes.

Candy Aaron’s oil paintings called “Memory Boxes” show favorite items that spark our memories including old fashioned candies, marbles and sewing items.

Robert Thomas is showing his detailed realistic oil paintings that are in the style of the old masters with today’s subjects.

An artist reception will be held in March in combination with the opening of the SKIT (Seniors Keeping in Touch) auction at the non profit center. For more information about these exhibitions contact Woman’s Club member and co chair Barbara Humbert at beh495@yahoo.com or member Nancy Janes at nhjames409@verizon.net.

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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Caryn Coyle Baltimore Fishbowl: The Artistic Ambassador of Bolton Hill

Caryn Coyle Baltimore Fishbowl: The Artistic Ambassador of Bolton Hill

Hat Tip: City Biz List Baltimore:



Across the street from F. Scott Fitzgerald Park in Bolton Hill is the die Botschaft 1628: Art & Culture Gallery. Built in 1873, the house in which the gallery resides was "a shell when I bought it in 2004," said gallery owner Marcia Hart… http://baltimore.citybizlist.com/1/2012/3/26/The-Artistic-Ambassador-of-Bolton-Hill.aspx



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Sunday, March 25, 2012

McDaniel College stadium project from the caboose March 25 2012

McDaniel Stadium project 2 of 2 March 25 2012


Colleges McDaniel, Sports Carroll Co Football McDaniel, Dayhoff photos McDaniel College,

McDaniel Stadium project 1 of 2 March 25 2012


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Grace Lutheran Church from right after church earlier Sunday March 25 2012

The little girl sitting in front of me in church is taking careful notes

Friday, March 23, 2012

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Eagle Archive: In 1879, it didn't take much to get run out of Westminster

Eagle Archive: In 1879, it didn't take much to get run out of Westminster





Early spring 1879 bore witness to a curious number of low crimes and misdemeanors in Carroll County.

Historian Jay Graybeal brought a number of the stories to life a few years ago in research he conducted for the Historical Society of Carroll County.

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Ahhh, the good old days. Can judges today order folks to leave town?

Seems to me that running certain folks out of town would be the perfect way to solve a few problems.




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Monday, March 19, 2012

"Babe I'm Gonna Leave You” released by Led Zeppelin on January 12, 1969






"Babe I'm Gonna Leave You” released by Led Zeppelin on January 12, 1969



Although, on any given day, "Good Times Bad Times" is my favorite tune from the 1969 debut album “Led Zeppelin,” which was recorded in October 1968 and released on January 12, 1969, second among equals from that album is the Led Zeppelin cover of the 1950s song by Anne Johannsen, "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrVDViSlsSM&feature=related

Joan Baez and The Association also covered this tune, at some point in time earlier in the 1960s; however the Led Zeppelin cover version has also remained my favorite…

"Good Times Bad Times" was the featured single and opening track on the album. It was released as a single on March 10, 1969. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41BKMnoCc1c

I still, to this day, remember when the album was released and at one point in time, I could tell you the title of every song on the album - and I knew most of the lyrics to almost every song on the album… I wish I still had a 8-track tape copy of the album. Now that would be a treasure…LOL




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Sunday, March 18, 2012

The faculty art show Carroll Community College is not to be missed. It's awesome


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Gail Elwell of Off Track Art at Carroll Community College DeWitt opening


Gail Elwell of Off Track Art at Carroll Community College DeWitt opening

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Jerry DeWitt discusses his farm paintings art his opening Carroll Community Coll


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Smallwood artist Jerry DeWitt draws creative inspiration from his farm past

'Carroll County Farm Heritage' exhibit opens March 18 at community college




When Jerry DeWitt paints a barn, there's a bit of the gentle clanging of cowbells mixing in with the watercolors.

That sound echoes back to his grandfather's Depression-era farm at the end of a lane in Bedford County, Pa.

He was just 2 years old when his father left home for good and the youngster was uprooted from Lansing, Mich., to live with his grandparents.

And in between trips to the pasture to the hand-dug well for another bucket of water, or out to the shed for an arm load of firewood, the sights and sounds and smells of farm life wrapped themselves around Jerry's memory, eventually finding their way to paint and paper more than 30 years later.

Many of those works will be displayed in the show, "Carroll County Farm Heritage: Paintings by Jerry DeWitt," opening Sunday, March 18, at Carroll Community College, 1601 Washington Road, Westminster, with a reception from 2 to 4 p. m… http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2012-03-17/explore/ph-ce-dewitt-and-wisdom-0318-20120317_1_oil-painting-smallwood-farm-life

… Information and photographs of Mr. DeWitt and his work, see Phil Grout’s article, “Smallwood artist Jerry DeWitt draws creative inspiration from his farm past,” in the Baltimore Sun on March 17, 2012, about Mr. DeWitt’s work and his well-received and highly successful show at Carroll Community College. [http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2012-03-17/explore/ph-ce-dewitt-and-wisdom-0318-20120317_1_oil-painting-smallwood-farm-life]



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The magnificent magnolias welcome spring

FWD:The bow bauquet Caroline

The bow bouquet from the JAMS event
Caroline

I particularly enjoyed this floral centerpiece.

Baseball memories are a field of dreams in Carroll County and other Oriole Baseball stories By Kevin Dayhoff





In 1895 local newspapers, “carried a baseball column every week in the spring editions,” according to research by historian and Maryland State Senator Joe Getty.

Getty wrote about his research in the early 1990s for the Historical Society of Carroll County. “Following the Civil War, the sport of baseball became increasingly popular in Carroll County. Large groups of spectators would gather at the local ballfields to watch their friends and neighbors take on the baseball clubs from nearby communities. The games not only provided entertainment but also competitive outlets for rivalries between Carroll County's towns and villages.”

Many readers have shared that some of their best childhood memories centered on sports, especially baseball; whether it was pick-up neighborhood baseball or attending local Little League or Babe Ruth League baseball games.

When I visited the Orioles spring training practice in Sarasota on February 23, I enjoyed chatting with the team’s Director of Public Relations, Monica Barlow, from Ellicott City.


“It’s the 20th anniversary season of Camden Yards…,” said Barlow. “You know it’s considered to the ‘the ball park that forever changed baseball.’ (Now,) It’s the tenth-oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball… and every ballpark since has been inspired by – or used (design) elements from the (Camden) Yard(s.)

“We have a number of renovations (planned for Camden Yards) that we’re excited about…,” continued Ms. Barlow. “Most notably the six retired-number sculptures…”

According to the Orioles website, “Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the beautiful baseball-only facility in downtown Baltimore, became the official home of the Orioles on April 6, 1992.”

After last week’s column, some readers were curious about where the early Orioles teams played. Before Camden Yards, many of us have fond memories of attending games in the old Memorial Stadium on 33rd Street.

Memorial Stadium was the home of the American League Orioles from April 15, 1954 to October 6, 1991. However, according to numerous sources, including ballparksofbaseball.com, “The Baltimore Orioles of the International League played the first game at Memorial Stadium on April 20, 1950.”

When the Baltimore Orioles were a part of the “American Association League,” from1882 to 1889, the team played at a stadium called “Oriole Park,” which was located at 25th Street and Greenmount Avenue. Between 1889 and 1950, the team played in a number of locations.

Beginning around 1916 the team played at a wooden stadium, Terrapin Park at the corner of 29th Street and Greenmount Avenue, until it burned to the ground on July 3, 1944.

And, for the reader who asked; yes, the former Federal League Baltimore Terrapins baseball team (1914-1915) was a primary party in the famous May 29, 1922 Supreme Court decision in the Federal Baseball Club v. National League suit. Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. wrote the majority opinion which determined that baseball was not subject to the Sherman Antitrust Act… http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/news/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0304-20120301,0,4207984.story





February 25, 2012 ...team by a score of 9 to 7." When he's not trying out as a walk-on candidate for Orioles' spring training,

February 9, 2012 ...ball ... providing for both men and women." When is not walking in circles on the track at McDaniel College

February 4, 2012 ... They are desperate men and declared that they would not be taken alive." When he not hiding under the sofa

Eagle Archive: High school basketball has always been a great remedy for cabin fever January 29, 2012 ...schoolroom in which basketball was conducted." When is he not bouncing a basketball around in the living room,

February 15, 2012 ... had assembled as early as the night before to witness the hanging. When he's not stooped over pouring milk,

December 14, 2011 ... keep us safe for the Christmas season . God bless them for their work. When he is not Christmas shopping,

January 5, 2012 ... apologize to readers for ... such depressing news." When he is not singing, "Don't Worry, Be Happy,"

January 15, 2012 BY KEVIN DAYHOFF, ... 848-6494. When he is not marching around the house, waving the flag and singing "The Star Spangled Banner,"

20120314 seo Recent articles in ExploreCarroll com by Kevin Dayhoff

Wednesday, February 29, 2012: Kevin Dayhoff - The Tentacle: #Orioles Spring Training - Opera without the singing or the horses http://tinyurl.com/73zogq4 http://www.thetentacle.com/ShowArticle.cfm?mydocid=4947 http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2012/02/kevin-dayhoff-tentacle-orioles-spring.html http://tinyurl.com/737gd5f Kevin Dayhoff - The Tentacle: #Orioles Spring Training - Opera without the singing or the horses http://tinyurl.com/737gd5f

February 9, 2012: Eagle Archive McDaniel's new Gill Stadium will take its place in college's athletic history  By Kevin Dayhoff, http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/news/community/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0212-20120208,0,3363909.story


Wednesday, February 22, 2012: www.thetentacle.com - http://www.thetentacle.com/ShowArticle.cfm?mydocid=4934: #Orioles #Baseball spring training & the “Magic” of Jackie Robinson http://tinyurl.com/7pmgjjg Wednesday,

www.explorecarroll.com - http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/news/community/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0226-20120222,0,6575174.story: Eagle Archive #Sports #History: In 1885, #Westminster did a little #Orioles bird hunting on the diamond http://tinyurl.com/7vxlmhx



Sunday, February 26, 2012: www.sarasota.patch.com - http://sarasota.patch.com/articles/spring-training-in-sarasota-and-the-florida-grapefruit-league-have-a-long-history: Florida Spring Training History: Wrestling Alligators and Cash - Spring training in Florida has had a colorful history with the temptations of the warm climate for players and temptations of cash for owners. By Kevin E. Dayhoff

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Baseball memories are a field of dreams in Carroll County and other Oriole Baseball stories By Kevin Dayhoff 


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Saturday, March 17, 2012

Recent articles in www.ExploreCarroll.com by Kevin Dayhoff






February 25, 2012 ...team by a score of 9 to 7." When he's not trying out as a walk-on candidate for Orioles' spring training,

February 9, 2012 ...ball ... providing for both men and women." When is not walking in circles on the track at McDaniel College

February 4, 2012 ... They are desperate men and declared that they would not be taken alive." When he not hiding under the sofa

Eagle Archive: High school basketball has always been a great remedy for cabin fever January 29, 2012 ...schoolroom in which basketball was conducted." When is he not bouncing a basketball around in the living room,

February 15, 2012 ... had assembled as early as the night before to witness the hanging. When he's not stooped over pouring milk,

December 14, 2011 ... keep us safe for the Christmas season . God bless them for their work. When he is not Christmas shopping,

January 5, 2012 ... apologize to readers for ... such depressing news." When he is not singing, "Don't Worry, Be Happy,"

January 15, 2012 BY KEVIN DAYHOFF, ... 848-6494. When he is not marching around the house, waving the flag and singing "The Star Spangled Banner,"

20120314 seo Recent articles in ExploreCarroll com by Kevin Dayhoff

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