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By SUSAN REIMER | February 21, 1994
Nobody gets sick like a man gets sick.And nobody gets sick in the peculiar way a man gets sick. You know, the kind of illness that rarely keeps them from their paying jobs, but renders them comatose at home. The kind of illness that allows them to have a perfect attendance record at work, but sends them to the sick bed on weekends or when you need them to watch the kids.My husband once covered a Cincinnati Bengals game with a temperature of 104 degrees -- from an open-air press box in arctic conditions.
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By ELLIE BAUBLITZ and ELLIE BAUBLITZ,SUN REPORTER | August 6, 2006
From infants to preteens, children flocked to the large white tent outside Burns Hall for the annual Children's Day at the Carroll County 4-H/FFA Fair. Volunteers from various 4-H clubs offered noodle necklaces, stamped bookmarks, paper flowers, face-painting and animal cutout crafts. Despite the sweltering temperatures Tuesday, the tent stayed full, except for a brief respite during lunch, for the entire 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. event. Several day care centers brought their children. Moms and a few dads, along with some grandparents, followed little ones around from craft to craft, adding to a goody bag already filled with projects for the kids to do at home.
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By Alisa Samuels and Alisa Samuels,SUN STAFF | June 7, 1996
Children will help conduct the worship service at St. John Baptist Church on Sunday as the west Columbia congregation holds a Children's Day service recognizing young people in its Sunday school classes, those graduating from high school and others."
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By Lori Sears | September 8, 2005
`Children's Day' On Sunday, Ladew Topiary Gardens is all about kids. The 22-acre garden in Monkton is presenting its Children's Day. Kids can enjoy interactive musical performances, sing-alongs, crafts, rock-painting, face-painting, balloon sculptures and treats, including cotton candy. Kids can also take a walk through the flower and topiary gardens to spot the animal-shaped shrub sculptures. Children's Day is noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at Ladew Topiary Gardens, 3535 Jarrettsville Pike, Monkton.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | May 5, 1995
Familiar characters, stories and a petting zoo will fill three hours with fun and games today during the fifth annual Children's Day.Preschool and kindergarten-age children are invited to join the festivities from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Carroll County Farm Museum."
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lori Sears | September 8, 2005
`Children's Day' On Sunday, Ladew Topiary Gardens is all about kids. The 22-acre garden in Monkton is presenting its Children's Day. Kids can enjoy interactive musical performances, sing-alongs, crafts, rock-painting, face-painting, balloon sculptures and treats, including cotton candy. Kids can also take a walk through the flower and topiary gardens to spot the animal-shaped shrub sculptures. Children's Day is noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at Ladew Topiary Gardens, 3535 Jarrettsville Pike, Monkton.
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By Anna Quindlen | March 22, 1991
LAST YEAR 20th Century Fox released a little film it made for around $18 million, which is lunch money in Hollywood. It was called "Home Alone," and it was about a small boy accidentally left behind while his family went to France on vacation. You could tell it was a fantasy because his parents flew first class and left the kids to their own devices in coach without being arrested by customs agents or spat upon by their fellow passengers, and the family lived in the kind of house you dream of owning if you ever win Lotto, with no fingerprints around the light switches.
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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Sun Staff Writer | June 26, 1994
Cool breezes, hot dogs, watermelon, cross-dressers and The Juggling Idiots -- Children's Day in New Windsor had something for everyone.An impromptu activity spawned by a mother's concern and planned during front porch chit-chat, Children's Day was deemed an instant success by the 25 children who woke up yesterday morning with a little something extra -- plans for the day."It's the children's day. They rule the nest," said head organizer Paula Eckenrode, the mother of two and a self-proclaimed advocate for New Windsor's children.
NEWS
By ELLIE BAUBLITZ and ELLIE BAUBLITZ,SUN REPORTER | August 6, 2006
From infants to preteens, children flocked to the large white tent outside Burns Hall for the annual Children's Day at the Carroll County 4-H/FFA Fair. Volunteers from various 4-H clubs offered noodle necklaces, stamped bookmarks, paper flowers, face-painting and animal cutout crafts. Despite the sweltering temperatures Tuesday, the tent stayed full, except for a brief respite during lunch, for the entire 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. event. Several day care centers brought their children. Moms and a few dads, along with some grandparents, followed little ones around from craft to craft, adding to a goody bag already filled with projects for the kids to do at home.
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By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF | August 2, 2000
With beads of sweat rolling down his face, 16-month-old Zachary Michali of Hanover, Pa., dabbed specks of green and purple on a coffee filter and proudly displayed his artistic creation. Attached to the end of a green pipe cleaner, the coffee filter was transformed into a flower pretty enough to present to his mother, 26-year-old Shannon Michali. She accepted the gift graciously, a gesture that made the toddler giggle. "We're having a great time, despite the heat," Michali said. She and Zachary were among the nearly 2,000 people who flocked to Carroll County 4-H/FFA Fair yesterday to celebrate Children's Day. The day included games and activities for children.
NEWS
December 30, 2004
LaTanya M. Beckett, a children's day care instructor, died of respiratory distress syndrome and chronic pancreatitis Saturday at Sinai Hospital. She was 27 and a resident of the West Arlington neighborhood. Born in Baltimore and raised on Groveland Avenue, she was a 1996 graduate of Northwestern High School. She studied at what is now Coppin State University and at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. She was taking online courses from Ashworth College at her death. For the past five years, she had been a day care instructor at Lil Pumpkin's Child Care in Randallstown.
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By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF | August 2, 2000
With beads of sweat rolling down his face, 16-month-old Zachary Michali of Hanover, Pa., dabbed specks of green and purple on a coffee filter and proudly displayed his artistic creation. Attached to the end of a green pipe cleaner, the coffee filter was transformed into a flower pretty enough to present to his mother, 26-year-old Shannon Michali. She accepted the gift graciously, a gesture that made the toddler giggle. "We're having a great time, despite the heat," Michali said. She and Zachary were among the nearly 2,000 people who flocked to Carroll County 4-H/FFA Fair yesterday to celebrate Children's Day. The day included games and activities for children.
NEWS
By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF | August 2, 2000
With beads of sweat rolling down his face, 16-month-old Zachary Michali of Hanover, Pa., dabbed specks of green and purple on a coffee filter and proudly displayed his artistic creation. Attached to the end of a green pipe cleaner, the coffee filter was transformed into a flower pretty enough to present to his mother, 26-year-old Shannon Michali. She accepted the gift graciously, a gesture that made the toddler giggle. "We're having a great time, despite the heat," Michali said. She and Zachary were among the nearly 2,000 people who flocked to Carroll County 4-H/FFA Fair yesterday to celebrate "Children's Day."
NEWS
By Alisa Samuels and Alisa Samuels,SUN STAFF | June 7, 1996
Children will help conduct the worship service at St. John Baptist Church on Sunday as the west Columbia congregation holds a Children's Day service recognizing young people in its Sunday school classes, those graduating from high school and others."
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | May 5, 1995
Familiar characters, stories and a petting zoo will fill three hours with fun and games today during the fifth annual Children's Day.Preschool and kindergarten-age children are invited to join the festivities from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Carroll County Farm Museum."
NEWS
By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Sun Staff Writer | June 26, 1994
Cool breezes, hot dogs, watermelon, cross-dressers and The Juggling Idiots -- Children's Day in New Windsor had something for everyone.An impromptu activity spawned by a mother's concern and planned during front porch chit-chat, Children's Day was deemed an instant success by the 25 children who woke up yesterday morning with a little something extra -- plans for the day."It's the children's day. They rule the nest," said head organizer Paula Eckenrode, the mother of two and a self-proclaimed advocate for New Windsor's children.
NEWS
By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF | August 2, 2000
With beads of sweat rolling down his face, 16-month-old Zachary Michali of Hanover, Pa., dabbed specks of green and purple on a coffee filter and proudly displayed his artistic creation. Attached to the end of a green pipe cleaner, the coffee filter was transformed into a flower pretty enough to present to his mother, 26-year-old Shannon Michali. She accepted the gift graciously, a gesture that made the toddler giggle. "We're having a great time, despite the heat," Michali said. She and Zachary were among the nearly 2,000 people who flocked to Carroll County 4-H/FFA Fair yesterday to celebrate "Children's Day."
FEATURES
By SUSAN REIMER | February 21, 1994
Nobody gets sick like a man gets sick.And nobody gets sick in the peculiar way a man gets sick. You know, the kind of illness that rarely keeps them from their paying jobs, but renders them comatose at home. The kind of illness that allows them to have a perfect attendance record at work, but sends them to the sick bed on weekends or when you need them to watch the kids.My husband once covered a Cincinnati Bengals game with a temperature of 104 degrees -- from an open-air press box in arctic conditions.
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