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Monday, April 30, 2012

Earlier in eve #McDaniel Pres Casey & World of Warcraft designer G Street spoke

Greg Street designer World of Warcraft answered qs hour after his talk #McDaniel

Dinner at #McDaniel Glar dinning room before the lecture on World of Warcraft

Progress continues on the #McDaniel stadium in #Westminster MD

Many folks came to Mrs. Kathryn Frock's visitation this afternoon at Pritt's

Equal Exchange coffee after church yesterday at Grace Lutheran

Allgeier of CC Ext Ser explains 'Use it up Wear it out Make it do or do without'

Eagle Archive: Calling all 'well-behaved players' for baseball in Carroll County

Eagle Archive: Calling all 'well-behaved players' for baseball in Carroll County


Eagle Archive: Calling all 'well-behaved players' for baseball in Carroll County




You may have noticed that the Baltimore Orioles have gotten off to a good start so far in the young 2012 season.

Hope springs eternal, and spring makes me eternally hopeful, so it's only fitting to note that baseball was also on the minds of Carroll County readers more than 110 years ago.

On this day in 1899, a local newspaper carried a news story that the local "Westminster Base Ball Club" was looking for a few good baseball players…

"The Westminster Base Ball Club ... desires to win the championship and toward that end desires to have a team composed of good players who will be able to play good base ball, and will take full advantage of the five mile limit in order to obtain the players if they can not be gotten in this city." …

What is that 'five-mile limit' all about? We may need to call upon local historian and Carroll County baseball history expert Dan Hartzler.


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According to Mary Ann Ashcraft, an historian for the Historical Society, "Baseball was a big draw in all parts of the county, and competition between local teams often got very intense…"

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In the April 22, 1899 article that appeared in the now-defunct Democratic Advocate newspaper, it is interesting to review the set of qualifications desired by the Westminster Base Ball Club.

“While no roughness or rowdyism on the team will be permitted, the team will be no kid glove affair, to the detriment of good ball playing, but every effort will be made to obtain a representative club of conscientious, efficient, and well-behaved ball players…

“The team announced last week will be permanent only so far as the members, so announced, are able to play good ball and play regularly.”

Where do I sign up? Put me in coach, I’m ready to play.

When he is not listening to Orioles baseball on WTTR, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at… http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/news/community/ph-ce-eagle-archives-0422-20120418,0,1682881.story

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New Windsor history includes hogs, white elephants and health-giving waters March 24, 2012 By Kevin Dayhoff, http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/news/community/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0325-20120324,0,7033929.story

Eagle Archive: Carroll County Pasta Growers Association faced serious issues in spring 1917, April 1, 2012 by Kevin Dayhoff - http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/opinion-talk/ph-ce-eagle-archives-0401-20120328,0,7758279.story

Eagle Archive: Minding your manners, the community college, and post office were in the news years ago April 8, 2012 By Kevin Dayhoff

Eagle Archive: Measuring county's wealth in terms of cash, crops and heritage Baltimore Sun By Kevin Dayhoff, April 14, 2012 http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/news/community/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0415-20120411,0,6968390.story Around 1919, a local newspaper took issue with an article in a Baltimore paper that had credited "Yolo County, Calif., with the record of any county in the United States as being the wealthiest." April 15, 2012 http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2012/04/eagle-archive-by-kevin-dayhoff.html

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April 14, 2012 ...overlooked Carroll county." When he's not bragging about how great it is to live and work in Carroll County…

Eagle Archive: Carroll County Pasta Growers Association faced serious issues in spring 1917 BY KEVIN DAYHOFF, April 1, 2012 ...When he's not celebrating April Fool's Day with his rare "Westminster Imagination" pasta bushes…

Eagle Archive: Shopping for a silver anniversary present for TownMall March 24, 2012 ...around from 1987. Happy birthday to TownMall. When he is not looking for birthday cake in the food court, Kevin Dayhoff

Eagle Archives: New Windsor history includes hogs, white elephants and health-giving waters March 24, 2012 ...to the Public Service Commission." When he is not worrying about chasing hogs and white elephants out of town, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at BY KEVIN DAYHOFF

Eagle Archive: In 1879, it didn't take much to get run out of Westminster March 17, 2012 ...Crapster fined Green $2 and $8 costs, and the State's attorney gave Hines fifteen minutes to leave the city." Kevin Dayhoff is on his best behavior so he is not run out of town. He may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF, …

In 1885, Westminster did a little Orioles bird hunting on the diamond 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, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF
McDaniel's new Gill Stadium will take its place in college's athletic history February 9, 2012 ...ball ... providing for both men and women." When is not walking in circles on the track at McDaniel College, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF …
February 4, 2012 ...They are desperate men and declared that they would not be taken alive." When he not hiding under the sofa, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at BY KEVIN DAYHOFF
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, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF …
Eagle Archive: Murder and mayhem led to Carroll's last public hanging in 1916 February 15, 2012 ...had assembled as early as the night before to witness the hanging. When he's not stooped over pouring milk, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF …

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Saturday, April 28, 2012

Delegate Paul Stull helps pack up his new sled for the road after another pull

In Carroll Co the value of all products sold in 2007 was over $87 million...

The brains behind this year's Carroll County Ag Center annual tractor pull

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Yup I do belive that there is a chicken out there standing by Caroline's car.

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Carroll County Ag Center tractor pull in action

Come out and join us today for the Carroll County Ag Center annual tractor pull

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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Call ya after our drawing session...

Lights Motors Action Extreme Stunt Show

H4

A tribute to Dick Clark

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Srong people: Hard to kill.

Srong people: Hard to kill. Tough to eat. I'm just sayin'.

I'll do anything to get a good news story.

Writer's stop

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Friday, April 20, 2012

Ayn Rand:'Throughout the centuries there were men who took steps down new roads

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Once a nursery stock farmer - always a farmer: Floriculture Performance Trials

The morning sun finally makes an appearance at Disney Swan and Dolphin

The morning sun finally makes an appearance at Disney Swan and Dolphin

A lone beach chair looks forward to another day at Disney World

Good morning 5 miles on Disney World Boardwalk

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Wolfgang-Puck

World of Disney

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Minding your manners, the community college, post office and fire co were in the news years ago By Kevin Dayhoff, 8Apr2012


Minding your manners, the community college, post office and fire co were in the news years ago By Kevin Dayhoff, 8Apr2012 http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2012/04/minding-your-manners-community-college.html

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Minding your manners, the community college, post office and fire co were in the news years ago By Kevin Dayhoff, 8Apr2012

Eagle Archive: Minding your manners, the community college, post office and fire company were in the news years ago




Recently on Explore Carroll and Eagle Archives:

Shopping in downtown Westminster, the Carroll Community College, the Westminster Post Office, and the Westminster Volunteer fire Company were in the news years ago in April in Carroll County.

All too often, folks fail to remember how much planning, fundraising, and hard work was involved to establish many of the local services and institutions in our community that are now simply taken for granted. 

The importance of courtesy in retail marketing in the downtown Westminster shopping are was the focus of a “Courtesy Night” meeting “held Monday evening by members of the Retail Merchants Association when they entertained about 250 employees in the Westminster Methodist church,” according to an April 1, 1949 newspaper article.

Today, when customer service seems more like an empty advertising slogan, courtesy in retail shopping should go without saying. Moreover, I have always felt that being the best is not good enough, you have to be nice.

In the spring of 1949, the Courtesy Night “affair was held in the lecture room of the church with the program chairman John R. Byers in charge,” reported the now-defunct Democratic Advocate.

“Greetings were extended by President A. Willis Wampler, Jr., He told the group that the purpose of the meeting was for the employees to become better acquainted and more community-minded relative to retail merchandising.

“Progress in the past 25 years and the use of automobiles have changed trends in retailing, he said. Westminster, the county seat, is centrally located, has large free parking space and well-stocked stores with comparable merchandise and prices, making it a convenient shopping center for a wide area, he declared.”

And speaking of learning to adjust with the changing trends, on April 11, 1974, “the proposed Carroll County Community College was a subject for discussion… at a recent meeting of the Carroll County Adult Education Advisory Committee…”

The article in the no-longer-in-print Community Reporter said, “Consensus was that this committee strongly endorse the Community College concept and the need for this service for adults in Carroll County.

“Of concern was the fact that Carroll County, having the necessary population to support such a college, is the last eligible sub-division to receive the services. Other community colleges now receiving State support are actually receiving partial payment from Carroll County through taxes paid to the State.”

According to the Historical Society of Carroll County; in 1899 “Carroll County was selected by the U. S. Post Office Department as the first county to receive full Rural Free Delivery. Edwin W. Shriver was the leading proponent of countywide service… He initiated an experimental delivery on Easter Monday 1899 and full service was inaugurated on December 20th.”

It was on April 8, 1899 that the Democratic Advocate reported, “The ‘Postoffice on Wheels,’ as the United States Mail Postal Wagon is commonly called, made its first trip last Monday and is making daily trips over the thirty miles of its route.

“The wagon has excited considerable interest in this city, and there were quite a number of persons present to see the start last Monday. The start had been announced for 7 o'clock, but it got off some twenty minutes earlier, and some persons were disappointed in seeing the start that will probably revolutionize the rural mail service of the whole country.”

When he is not enjoying an event at the Carroll Community College, Kevin Dayhoff can be depended-on to be courteous and nice at kevindayhoff (at) gmail.com

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New Windsor history includes hogs, white elephants and health-giving waters March 24, 2012 By Kevin Dayhoff, http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/news/community/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0325-20120324,0,7033929.story

Eagle Archive: Carroll County Pasta Growers Association faced serious issues in spring 1917, April 1, 2012 by Kevin Dayhoff - http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/opinion-talk/ph-ce-eagle-archives-0401-20120328,0,7758279.story

Eagle Archive: Minding your manners, the community college, and post office were in the news years ago April 8, 2012 By Kevin Dayhoff

Eagle Archive: Measuring county's wealth in terms of cash, crops and heritage Baltimore Sun By Kevin Dayhoff, April 14, 2012 http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/news/community/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0415-20120411,0,6968390.story Around 1919, a local newspaper took issue with an article in a Baltimore paper that had credited "Yolo County, Calif., with the record of any county in the United States as being the wealthiest." April 15, 2012 http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2012/04/eagle-archive-by-kevin-dayhoff.html

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April 14, 2012 ...overlooked Carroll county." When he's not bragging about how great it is to live and work in Carroll County…

Eagle Archive: Carroll County Pasta Growers Association faced serious issues in spring 1917 BY KEVIN DAYHOFF, April 1, 2012 ...When he's not celebrating April Fool's Day with his rare "Westminster Imagination" pasta bushes…

Eagle Archive: Shopping for a silver anniversary present for TownMall March 24, 2012 ...around from 1987. Happy birthday to TownMall. When he is not looking for birthday cake in the food court, Kevin Dayhoff

Eagle Archives: New Windsor history includes hogs, white elephants and health-giving waters March 24, 2012 ...to the Public Service Commission." When he is not worrying about chasing hogs and white elephants out of town, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at BY KEVIN DAYHOFF

Eagle Archive: In 1879, it didn't take much to get run out of Westminster March 17, 2012 ...Crapster fined Green $2 and $8 costs, and the State's attorney gave Hines fifteen minutes to leave the city." Kevin Dayhoff is on his best behavior so he is not run out of town. He may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF, …

In 1885, Westminster did a little Orioles bird hunting on the diamond 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, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF

McDaniel's new Gill Stadium will take its place in college's athletic history February 9, 2012 ...ball ... providing for both men and women." When is not walking in circles on the track at McDaniel College, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF …

February 4, 2012 ...They are desperate men and declared that they would not be taken alive." When he not hiding under the sofa, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at BY KEVIN DAYHOFF

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, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF …

Eagle Archive: Murder and mayhem led to Carroll's last public hanging in 1916 February 15, 2012 ...had assembled as early as the night before to witness the hanging. When he's not stooped over pouring milk, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF …


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New Windsor history includes hogs, white elephants and health-giving waters March 24, 2012 By Kevin Dayhoff, http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/news/community/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0325-20120324,0,7033929.story

Eagle Archive: Carroll County Pasta Growers Association faced serious issues in spring 1917, April 1, 2012 by Kevin Dayhoff - http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/opinion-talk/ph-ce-eagle-archives-0401-20120328,0,7758279.story

Eagle Archive: Minding your manners, the community college, and post office were in the news years ago April 8, 2012 By Kevin Dayhoff

Eagle Archive: Measuring county's wealth in terms of cash, crops and heritage Baltimore Sun By Kevin Dayhoff, April 14, 2012 http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/news/community/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0415-20120411,0,6968390.story Around 1919, a local newspaper took issue with an article in a Baltimore paper that had credited "Yolo County, Calif., with the record of any county in the United States as being the wealthiest." April 15, 2012 http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2012/04/eagle-archive-by-kevin-dayhoff.html

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April 14, 2012 ...overlooked Carroll county." When he's not bragging about how great it is to live and work in Carroll County…

Eagle Archive: Carroll County Pasta Growers Association faced serious issues in spring 1917 BY KEVIN DAYHOFF, April 1, 2012 ...When he's not celebrating April Fool's Day with his rare "Westminster Imagination" pasta bushes…

Eagle Archive: Shopping for a silver anniversary present for TownMall March 24, 2012 ...around from 1987. Happy birthday to TownMall. When he is not looking for birthday cake in the food court, Kevin Dayhoff

Eagle Archives: New Windsor history includes hogs, white elephants and health-giving waters March 24, 2012 ...to the Public Service Commission." When he is not worrying about chasing hogs and white elephants out of town, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at BY KEVIN DAYHOFF

Eagle Archive: In 1879, it didn't take much to get run out of Westminster March 17, 2012 ...Crapster fined Green $2 and $8 costs, and the State's attorney gave Hines fifteen minutes to leave the city." Kevin Dayhoff is on his best behavior so he is not run out of town. He may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF, …

In 1885, Westminster did a little Orioles bird hunting on the diamond 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, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF

McDaniel's new Gill Stadium will take its place in college's athletic history February 9, 2012 ...ball ... providing for both men and women." When is not walking in circles on the track at McDaniel College, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF …

February 4, 2012 ...They are desperate men and declared that they would not be taken alive." When he not hiding under the sofa, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at BY KEVIN DAYHOFF

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, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF …

Eagle Archive: Murder and mayhem led to Carroll's last public hanging in 1916 February 15, 2012 ...had assembled as early as the night before to witness the hanging. When he's not stooped over pouring milk, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at … BY KEVIN DAYHOFF …


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A MidAdlantic ag marketing poster breakfast with Jennifer


I've always thought the Swan & Dolphin statutes were cool.


Disney, Disney World, Disney World Swan Dolphin, Ag MidAtlantic Farm Credit, Ag MidAtlantic Farm Credit Compliance Conf, US st Florida, Dayhoff photos, Dayhoff Daily Photoblog, US st Florida Orlando

Good morning Disney


Cool

A quick 2-mile workout at Disney Swan & Dolphin and I'm ready 2 conquer the day


Wednesday, April 18, 2012

A spot of green tea perhaps

Kouzzina inspired Greek cuisine by Cat Cora

Breakout workgroup figures-out new regulatory compliance issues piece by piece

The brains of MidAtlantic take a break during a compliance conference in Orlando

The bridge over to the Boardwalk attraction at the Swan and Dolphin

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One of the Disney transit boats at the Swan and Dolphin

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Sunday, April 15, 2012

McDaniel pub for a late dinner

The Western Maryland RR caboose at the McDaniel College stadium

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Dr. Herb Smith and Kevin Dayhoff stop for picture after the Woodruff-Hunt talk

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Not a good pic but Woodruff and Hunt are being introduced by Pres Casey



Sunday Afternoon, April 15, 2012


For more information: see “Washington insiders to speak on campus,” http://www.mcdaniel.edu/12054.htm, on the McDaniel College website, http://www.mcdaniel.edu/.

McDaniel College hosts a “Conversation with Washington Insiders” at 2:30 p.m. April 15, featuring a discussion with Washington, D.C., journalists and husband and wife, Al Hunt of Bloomberg News and Judy Woodruff of “PBS NewsHour.”

Dr. Roger Casey, president of McDaniel, moderates the hour-long event, which is free and open to the public. Questions and answers also will be solicited from the audience.

Al Hunt is executive editor of Bloomberg News in Washington, D.C. He was formerly a congressional and national political reporter, bureau chief and executive Washington editor for The Wall Street Journal for 35 years. He has served as a panelist on NBC’s “Meet the Press” and PBS’ “Washington in Review,” as well as political analyst on CBS Morning News, and a panelist on CNN’s “The Capital Gang” and “Novak, Hunt & Shields.”


Judy Woodruff has covered politics and other news as a television journalist at CNN, NBC, and PBS for more than three decades. She served as co-anchor of “PBS NewsHour,” chief Washington correspondent for PBS’ “The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour” and anchored the award-winning weekly documentary series, “Frontline with Judy Woodruff.” She was an anchor and senior correspondent for CNN for 12 years, anchoring the weekday political program, “Inside Politics.”


Judy Woodruff and Al Hunt speak at McDaniel College this afternoon



Sunday Afternoon, April 15, 2012


For more information: see “Washington insiders to speak on campus,” http://www.mcdaniel.edu/12054.htm, on the McDaniel College website, http://www.mcdaniel.edu/.

McDaniel College hosts a “Conversation with Washington Insiders” at 2:30 p.m. April 15, featuring a discussion with Washington, D.C., journalists and husband and wife, Al Hunt of Bloomberg News and Judy Woodruff of “PBS NewsHour.”

Dr. Roger Casey, president of McDaniel, moderates the hour-long event, which is free and open to the public. Questions and answers also will be solicited from the audience.

Al Hunt is executive editor of Bloomberg News in Washington, D.C. He was formerly a congressional and national political reporter, bureau chief and executive Washington editor for The Wall Street Journal for 35 years. He has served as a panelist on NBC’s “Meet the Press” and PBS’ “Washington in Review,” as well as political analyst on CBS Morning News, and a panelist on CNN’s “The Capital Gang” and “Novak, Hunt & Shields.”


Judy Woodruff has covered politics and other news as a television journalist at CNN, NBC, and PBS for more than three decades. She served as co-anchor of “PBS NewsHour,” chief Washington correspondent for PBS’ “The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour” and anchored the award-winning weekly documentary series, “Frontline with Judy Woodruff.” She was an anchor and senior correspondent for CNN for 12 years, anchoring the weekday political program, “Inside Politics.”



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Brunch at McDaniel College Glar is in line with the afternoon lectures