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Sunday, March 31, 2013

Lonely is the runner who runs on his sisters treadmill watching family play pool

Uncle Lewis Aunt Helen and Aunt Betty

Eagle Archive: Reflecting on Easter with grace and peace

Eagle Archive: Reflecting on Easter with grace and peace


Happy Easter. Grace and peace to you.

In Carroll County, the celebration of Easter has always had an emphasis on the religious aspects of the holiday. However, childhood thoughts of Easter in Carroll are also filled of memories of community Easter egg hunts and other community activities.

Some 65 years ago, the Venture Club of Westminster sponsored the annual hunt on Easter Sunday on the Westminster Playground. An article in the now defunct Democratic Advocate on March 26, 1948, offers an example of how various aspects of the community got into the Easter spirit: There was a concert by the Westminster Municipal Band; an invocation by Father William T. McCrory, assistant pastor of St. John Catholic Church; and City Councilman J. Albert Mitten served as master of ceremonies.

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Another childhood memory is that all the church services and activities during Holy Week and Easter were observed with strict pomp and ceremony — as dictated by the ecclesiastical liturgists in the congregation.

I learned at a very young age that the difference between a terrorist and liturgist is you can negotiate with a terrorist. For those unaware of ways of the church, a liturgist is sort of like a "parliamentarian" — with an edge… http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/news/community/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0324-20130327,0,6902860.story

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Westminster's Rotary Club marks 90 years of service, and counting By Kevin E. Dayhoff http://tinyurl.com/ckn3zet

Westminster's Rotary Club marks 90 years of service, and counting By Kevin E. Dayhoff http://tinyurl.com/ckn3zet


Eagle Archive: Westminster's Rotary Club marks 90 years of service, and counting By Kevin E. Dayhoff March 25, 2013 http://tinyurl.com/ckn3zet http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/neighborhoods/westminster/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0324-20130320,0,3842909.story

In an era when communities are increasingly turning to higher taxes and bigger government to provide quality of life services in a community; Carroll County still turns to the large number of volunteers and philanthropic groups in our community — which are supported by donations of time, talent and money, and not tax dollars.


The Rotary is among the stalwart examples of this attitude in Carroll. Club secretary Dr. Jim Lightner notes that at this month's Rotary event, Ober Herr, one the longest-serving members of the club, gave a brief presentation details the organization's rich history… http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/neighborhoods/westminster/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0324-20130320,0,3842909.story




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Happy Easter - Grace Lutheran Church Westminster MD

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Sneak peak at Westminster MD new police patrol cars




Sneak peak at Westminster MD new police patrol cars

Out at the Carroll County Ag Center in Westminster Maryland, my wife got a sneak preview of what may be perhaps be the next model of police patrol cars for the City of Westminster.

Antique Auto Parts Swap Meet, March 29 & 30, 2013, at Carroll Co. MD Ag Center http://www.scribd.com/doc/132818623/Antique-Auto-Parts-Swap-Meet-March-29-30-2013-at-Carroll-Co-MD-Ag-Center

http://www.carrollcountyagcenter.com/ Antique Auto Parts Swap Meet, March 29 & 30, 2013, Doors open at 6AM both days, Admission: FREE For more information: http://www.carrollcountyagcenter.com/events/documents/SMR2013SWAPMEETINFO.pdf


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Monday, March 25, 2013

Eagle Archive: There is no predicting the weather in March

Eagle Archive: There is no predicting the weather in March


Eagle Archive: There is no predicting the weather in March By Kevin E. Dayhoff, March 10, 2013 http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/news/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0310-20130306,0,2962803.story

Hopefully the snowfall earlier in the week is this winter’s last gasp. We always seem so surprised when it snows in March, however, throughout Carroll County history some of our most significant winter storms have occurred during March.

The weather in the month of March in Carroll County is just plain unpredictable at its best; although the troubled month may be best described by the diagnosis of multiple personality disorder.

Among the biggest ‘spring blizzards’ in Carroll County history; on March 29-30, 1942 it snowed 22.0 inches and on March 15-18, 1892, it snowed 16.0 inches.

Other notable March snowfalls include the Ash Wednesday storm of March 6-8, 1962 when around 10 inches of snow fell at Friendship Airport, now known as BWI.

Many can still remember the storm that hit the area on March 12-14, 1993 when 12 inches of snow fell in the Carroll County area.

In March of 1902, the county was still reeling from the mess caused by the winter storm of Feb. 21, 1902, when Carroll County experienced one of the worst ice storms to ever hit the area. The now out-of-print American Sentinel newspaper hailed it as “The Great Sleet Storm,” according to research by local historian – and MD State Senator, Joe Getty… http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/news/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0310-20130306,0,2962803.story

Lonely is the runner who walks this evening in the warm after doanting blood

The blood drive at Grace Lutheran Church at 21 Carroll St lasts until 8 this eve

I gave blood today Grace Lutheran Church in Westminster They'll be here until 8

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Birdie's Café http://www.birdiescoffee.com/


http://www.birdiescoffee.com/  410-848.7931 Explore Carroll: Kevin Dayhoff: Birdie's Café: has Westminster MD's Main Street percolating once again




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Birdie's Café e-mail address: coffeebird@comcast.net

Birdie's Café phone number: 410-848.7931

Location: 233 East Main Street, Westminster, MD 21157


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Birdie’s is the hot new coffee café on East Main Street in Westminster http://tinyurl.com/cezouhk


By Kevin Dayhoff kevindayhoff@gmail.com

Sherri Hosfeld Joseph sat with a sigh and a big smile.  “Hi.  How are ya?  How’s the coffee?”

To the delight of many a Main Street Westminster caffeine addict, Joseph had opened a coffee shop - Birdie’s Café - on July 13th in an historic brick building at 233 East Main Street.

After a run of about seven years, the coffee shop, The Pour House, which once called the local coffee café and restaurant space in the old stately colonial portion of Westminster, had abruptly ceased operations on November 12, 2008.

Its absence was the source of caffeine-deprived headaches and a blow to the eastern artistic and cultural mercantile bookend in Westminster which included the newly renovated Cockey’s addition to the Historical Society of Carroll County campus across the street and the Carroll Arts Center on the western end of town.

After months of hard work, Joseph was more than relieved to not only be open, but to also have plenty of customers perched upon the more than 40 seats nested amidst the stylishly hip décor, warm colors and artwork that served to compliment the coffee and tasty treats on the menu.

Joseph, a professional artist, designer, and photographer, was able to utilize much of the fixtures and equipment left behind almost two-years ago, however, she has worked since last January meticulously cleaning, painting, and planning and researching every detail for the shop with co-workers Danes Menges and Emily White

As Joseph shared smiles and accepted well wishes from friends and local artists Susan Williamson and Becki Maurio seated at the table, she explained that the Costa Rican coffee “is our own signature blend.  You cannot buy this coffee anywhere but here.”

“Dane and I spent a day in Pittsburg at the Iron Star Roasting Company researching and selecting this particular blend of coffee,” explained Joseph.

“I’m so excited and happy about finally getting opened, but I am so exhausted,” Joseph confided quietly as she smiled from ear to ear.

Outside the temperature was hot - approaching 100 degrees, but it was cool inside of Birdie’s on the coffee shop’s second day of flight, when Explore Carroll decided to stop for a look at the new business in town. 

Maurio said Birdie’s “is a fantastic place to meet friends.  And it’s a great collection of art…” she continued as she gazed about the room with a professorial eye.

Williamson spoke for many when she exclaimed “I’m ecstatic that Birdie’s nested on Main Street.  It’s important to – we need a coffee shop on Main Street.  And besides, Dane’s hot,” she mused with a wry mischievous grin.

Several customers, who were not feeling as bold as Williamson was about being identified, agreed – that Dane is hot – and oh, they liked the coffee too.

Jennifer Padrick, a customer from Westminster, sat totally engrossed in her book, “The Maze Runner,” “a young-adult dystopian science fiction trilogy by James Dashner.”  As she looked up from her book for a friendly but fleeting moment, she explained that she was a “domestic goddess…  I had a turkey sandwich.  It was good.  I was hungry.”  At that, she returned to her book… without missing a beat.

Life lived like a Hallmark movie.

“It (the café) is a Hallmark (greeting) card – I’m a Hallmark movie,” shared Joseph.

After graduating from Westminster High School in 1989, Joseph, a native of Carroll County could not wait to move out of town.  After a number of years attending school at the Rochester Institute of Technology, the Manhattan School of Visual Arts in New York City, and participating in the edgy arts and cultural scene in the Big Apple - Joseph could not wait to return home.

“I missed it…  I missed the traditions and values of Westminster,” said Joseph, as her son, Xavier, joined her at the table.

It’s a family business.

The café is named after her five-year-old daughter, Scarlett Tanager, explained Joseph, just as – as if on cue, Xavier, who was participating in theater camp that day, had stopped by the café for a break and to run errands with his Mom.  “I’m very proud of my Mother,” he said as he assessed his Mom being interviewed and encouraged his Mom to move on to the next task on her busy schedule.

No stranger to the Main Street business traditions in Westminster.

Upon her return to Westminster, Joseph worked as a professional fundraiser for fifteen years.  “One day I woke up and decided to shake up my life and start a business.”

At a time when longstanding venerable Main Street businesses are shuttering their shops and Westminster continues to recoil from an entrenched recession and suffer through a political period of widespread anti-business public policies; why on earth start a business at this time?

“I’ve thoroughly researched it.  I have a five-year business plan and I’ve got passion for the traditions of Main Street businesses…  My uncle owned The Flower Box for many years – I’m no stranger to business,” said Joseph confidently.

Customers Alex Stamm and Jenna Winegar, North Carroll High School graduates from Hampstead, were more than happy to take a break from their computer and answer a few questions.

Winegar, a dinner cruise ship photographer, explained that she had discovered on Facebook that Birdie’s was opening.  She immediately texted Alex, who works at Harley Davidson of Maryland as a technician and they could not wait to check it out.

“I love the atmosphere.  I love the layout,” said artist and photographer Winegar.  Alex added that they “came all the time when it was the Pour House.  I’m glad (Birdie’s) is open.”

At that point it was determined that interviewing the couple holding hands and gazing into each other’s eyes in the window seat might not be such a good idea.

However, whether it is love that is in the air, or for the love of art and ambience, or the love of community and coffee, Birdie’s is open for business.  Checking out the hot barista behind the counter is optional.

That will be a large hot coffee with a shot of express.  Make that two cups – one for Sherri.  She could use it.  Thank you very much.

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Coffee at Birdie's in Westminster for a great way to start my day

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Recent Eagle Archive history columns by Kevin E Dayhoff


Eagle Archive: From Hoffman's Inn, Mike Eaton inspired a love of Carroll living By Kevin E. Dayhoff, March 15, 2013 ... of Hoffman's Inn, 216 E. Main St., Westminster ... 1971. Adams grew up at 218 E. Main St., next door ... who instilled in a young Kevin Dayhoff a love of all things about ... favorite Shakespeare play,

Eagle Archive: There is no predicting the weather in March By Kevin E. Dayhoff, March 8, 2013 ... will require 10 days to restore service again. … The county roads were drifted shut and were shoveled open by men." At this point spring cannot come soon enough. When he is not out shoveling snow, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at

Eagle Archive: Remembering the Maine, and a local Spanish American War casualty By Kevin E. Dayhoff, February 26, 2013 ... this day, the battle is commemorated every year at the sprawling American Guantánamo Bay military base in Cuba When he is not keeping warm by being a historian-snowbird in the south in February…

Eagle Archive: Good riddance to short, dark, gray, cold and dreary month of February By Kevin E. Dayhoff, March 5, 2013 ... provided with comfortable quarters." I think I speak for the ladies of then-Western Maryland College: Good riddance to the month of February. When he is not looking for a four-leaf clover for good luck,

Eagle Archive: In 1945, fire and 'canned news' in Taneytown By Kevin E. Dayhoff, February 19, 2013 ... escaped with their lives. "A large frame building, owned by John E. Davidson and used partly as a storage warehouse and as dwelling ... When he is not practicing stop, drop, and roll for fire safety,

Eagle Archive: Celebrating McDaniel's, and Westminster's connections in Greece By Kevin E. Dayhoff February 11, 2013 ... next to the Acropolis, where Paul delivered the Sermon on Mars Hill, Acts 17: 22-31. When he is not trying to remember the difference between Doric, Ionic and Corinthian Greek columns,

Christmas tree lights were an extravagance in early 1900s By Kevin E. Dayhoff, December 24, 2012 ... roaming the street looking at all the Christmas lights, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at... One of the first references to a ... roaming the street looking at all the Christmas lights…

Eagle Archive: Chief ingredient of colonial cooking was hard labor By Kevin E. Dayhoff, January 12, 2013 ... he's not using his handy-dandy microwave oven, Kevin Dayhoff may be reached at . The preface from a turn-of-the ... he's not using his handy-dandy microwave oven,

Eagle Archive: County birthday event notes family divided by Civil War By Kevin E. Dayhoff Story January 12, 2013 ... When he is not writing letters to family and friends… The Historical Society of Carroll ... When he is not writing letters to family and friends…

Eagle Archive: County has taken care of its own since days of alms house By Kevin E. Dayhoff, December 29, 2012 ... adventures of 2013. When he is not counting his blessings… On Dec. 29, 1910, Westminster ... adventures of 2013. When he is not counting his blessings,

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Kevin Dayhoff Eagle Archive Mike Eaton inspired a love of Carroll living



In a 2009 edition of the Historical Society of Carroll County publication, Carroll Courier, there is a picture dated March 1, 1950, of 5-year old Sally Adams with her cocker spaniel, Ricky, in front of Hoffman's Inn, 216 E. Main St., Westminster.

The photo accompanied a first-hand personal account of life on East Main Street and at Hoffman's Inn, from 1945 to 1961. The property is now known as Historical Society's gift shop, the Shop at Cockey's.

Early history of the property, which dates back to the 1820s, is complicated and reads like a Victorian soap opera. Nevertheless, it's where a great deal of the planning and creation of Carroll County took place. After the county was formed, Cockey's served for many years as part of the seat of county government.

"In 1922 Frank and Mary Hoffman bought the building and it became Hoffman's Inn and Boarding House. It was inherited by their daughter and operated by Thelma Hoffman until 1969."


William Granville "Mike" Eaton lived on the third floor of Hoffman's Inn for many years. Eaton came to Westminster in 1926 to attend then-Western Maryland College, now McDaniel, where he graduated in 1930. It was in that year that he began his teaching career at Elmer A. Wolfe High School in Union Bridge… http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/neighborhoods/westminster/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0317-20130313,0,5153633.story




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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

The newly rebuilt graves of Wm Winchester and family in Westminster Cemetery

Sunset at the Westminster Cemetery

A great view of McDaniel College's Gill Stadium in Westminster Md

The McDaniel College women's softball team huddles after a game

More pictures from McDaniel Collage in Greece January 2013

McDaniel College in Greece for January Term 2013 photo exhibition Decker Lounge

The front of Grace Lutheran Church 21 Carroll St Westminster Carroll Co Md

Dr. Jim Lightner of McDaniel College and Westminster Rotary Club honor Carolyn and Dr. Robert Scott

Dr. Jim Lightner of McDaniel College and Carolyn and Dr. Robert Scott join Stephanie Dahlquist for a photograph as the Scotts recently received the Westminster Rotary Club’s Citizen of the Year.

“Carolyn and Robert Scott jointly received the Westminster Rotary Club's Citizen of the Year Award for 20U,only the fourth time the award has gone to a couple in the 50 years it has been given. Noting that the couple had previously received the Philanthropist Family of the Year Award from the Community Foundation of Carroll County.

“Awards Chair James Lightner listed decades of service by each recipient on numerous boards and with charitable organizations. A contribution to a charity of each of the recipient's choice was made by the Rotary Club In their honor. Pictured from left, are: Robert T. Scott, Carolyn S. Scott, Stephanie Dahlquist, and James Lightner.”
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Kev McClellan Run Across America for Cancer


Kev McClellan Run Across America

March 8, 2013

Kev McClellan writes, “Cancer is a terrible thing, and by raising awareness, we can fight it. I'm running across the country to help raise awareness for cancer for the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.

“Any donation will help me with my journey. Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters! So if you see me, my pockets will gladly take your spare change!

“If you can spare some money, you can donate electronically here. Even $5 helps a lot!

http://4kforcancer.org/profiles/kevin-mcclellan/ (electronically, $5 is the minimum)

“Please, spread the word! Thanks so much.”

Any help you can give to Kev McClellan is greatly appreciated… Small donations to a good guy and a good cause add up. Kevin McClellan a fellow runner is one of “the three Kevins” - McDaniel College classmates – who went on the McDaniel in Greece Jan Term class. (The three Kevins in Greece, January 2013: Kevin E. Dayhoff, Kevin McClellan, and Kevin Alexander. McDaniel in Greece January 2013)

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FLICC presents 
"The Intouchables"  (France)
Friday, March 15 - 7:30 pm
2012; Rated R; 112 mins
The true story of two men who should never have met -- a quadriplegic aristocrat who was injured in a paragliding accident and a young man from the projects who becomes his personal aid.  Sometimes you have to reach out into someone else's world to find out what is missing in your own!

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Teelin Dancer
 
Teelin Irish Dance Co. 
Saturday, March 16 - 3 pm & 7 pm
They wowed the crowds last year with their amazing precision and imaginative choreography.  From graceful jigs and reels to thundering percussive dance, this high energy dance company puts on a great show that will have audiences mesmerized!  Please note that the matinee performance has already sold out, so do not delay if you want to enjoy the evening performance of this wonderful show!  
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Feather Pen Poetry
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Poetry Evening
Tuesday, March 19, 7- 8 pm
 
Featuring OneTree Series Poets:
Alan Bogage
Danuta E. Kosk-Kosicka
Susan Stark Thornton
Kevin Thornton
Darcel Harris
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Come and listen to the evening's featured poets and bring a poem to share in this relaxed, casual atmosphere.   FREE.
 
   
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To avoid disappointment, we offer our members the opportunity to register for our very popular summer camp offerings beginning March 1.  All sessions will be open to the general public for registration beginning April 1, so do not delay if you want your child to participate!
  
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Friday, April 12
 "Hello Dolly" at Ford's Theatre in Washington DC
Departs 10:30 am/Returns 6:15 pm
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Tuesday, April 30 
Three Generations of Wyeths at the Brandywine River Museum
Departs 9 am/Returns 5:30 pm
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Wednesday, July 31
"The Book of Mormon" at Kennedy Center in Washington DC
Departs 5:30 pm/Returns 11:15 pm
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