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September 12, 2008
On Tuesday, September 9, 2008, DR. RONALD FENWICK of Upper, Marlboro, MD. (Pastor of Woodlawn Baptist Church) Beloved husband of Kay Fenwick. Dear son of Edna and the late Russell Fenwick. Loving father of Becky (Jim) Heberle, Ron (Stacey) and Tom Fenwick. He also will be missed by his yellow lab Rocky. Cherished grandfather of Jimmy and Lydia. Loving Pastor to many. Relatives and friends may call at Woodlawn Baptist Church, 5001 Church Road, bowie, MD, on Friday, September 12, 2008 from 6 to 9 P.M., where funeral services will be held on Saturday, September 13, 2008 at 11 A.M. Interment following at Trinity Memorial Gardens, Waldorf, MD. Memorial contributions may be made to Woodlawn Baptist Church, Bowie, MD.
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By Jada Vanderpool, The Baltimore Sun | April 8, 2014
Claddagh Pub and Restaurant, the popular Canton favorite, is opening a new location near Ocean City just in time for summer. Paul Cuda, Claddagh's general manager, says if construction permits, the bar hopes to open its second outlet in May at 1106 Coastal Highway in Fenwick Island. Claddagh, the self-proclaimed original soccer pub of Baltimore, is known as one of the city's best bars for cheap beer. Behind its motto of  “friendship, loyalty and love,” the Irish pub keeps its culture alive with homemade Irish food, viewings of Ireland's soccer matches and live music.
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NEWS
November 29, 2006
On November 26, 2006 MS. FENWICK. Visitation at 2140 N. Fulton Ave. on Thurs., 3-8pm. The family will receive friends at St. Edwards Church, 900 Poplar Grove St. on Friday at 10:30am. Funeral to follow at 11am.
SPORTS
By Rhiannon Walker and The Baltimore Sun | November 17, 2012
All eyes are on Jamal Fenwick when he walks into a fencing competition. The lingering stares he receives when he's at elite tournaments and Junior Olympic qualifiers are nothing new, and it really doesn't bother him at this point. As one of few African-American fencers, Fenwick understands people just aren't used to seeing a minority competing in the predominantly white sport. "There's not a lot of black fencers," Fenwick said. "When I walk into a tournament, everybody does kind of [turn]
NEWS
July 23, 2009
On July 18, 2009. Theresa V. Fenwick On Friday friends may call at the VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES, 5151 Baltimore National Pike from 4:00 to 8:00PM. On Saturday, Mrs. Fenwick will lie instate at St. Peter Claver, 1546 N. Fremont Avenue, where the family will receive friends from 10:00 to 10:30AM with services to follow. Interment at Baltimore National Cemetery on Monday, July 27 at 1 PM. Inquiries to (410) 233-2400.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | April 26, 1994
When Buck Jakes, the Charlie Fenwick Jr.-trained jumper, was entered yesterday to run in Saturday's Maryland Hunt Cup, Fenwick failed to name the gelding's regular jockey -- himself -- on the horse.It was not a mistake.Fenwick, 46, announced yesterday that he is ending his amateur race-riding career, which spanned 28 years and included victories in some of the world's greatest jumping races.During the past 20 years, Fenwick's name has been synonymous in Maryland and much of the country with steeplechasing.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Sun Staff Writer | March 10, 1995
Josephine Agnes Fenwick, a retired domestic whose independence was an inspiration to her Bare Hills neighbors, died Monday of an apparent heart attack. She was 96.She was born and lived her entire life in her family's 170-year-old, gray clapboard house on Clarks Lane. The house had no running water or indoor plumbing and was heated by a pot-bellied stove."She used to tell stories about the kindly Northern Central Railway locomotive engineers who slowed their trains and pushed coal off their tenders for her to pick up," said Mary D. Taylor, a friend and neighbor for 20 years.
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By Marty McGee | March 8, 1991
LAUREL -- Apprentice Charlie Fenwick III registered the first riding triple of his career when winning with three of five mounts at Laurel Race Course yesterday.Fenwick, 17, is a student at Gilman. He is the son of Charlie Fenwick Jr., five-time winning rider of the Maryland Hunt Cup.Fenwick scored aboard Mom's Ruler in the second, Sawmill Run in the third and No Dubbs in the sixth.Ameri Run led gate-to-wire to win the $19,000 feature for 3-year-olds.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | April 23, 1994
Jump-racing fans at the Grand National Steeplechase Races at Butler today will see a familiar sight.After a two-year absence, Charles Fenwick Jr. returns to ride in the featured Grand National Point-to-Point, attempting to win the three-mile timber race for an unprecedented 10th time.It will be Fenwick's 15th trip around the 18-jump course, spanning a 21-year period.If he has a good trip today aboard the 6-year-old gelding Buck Jakes, Fenwick could attempt his sixth Maryland Hunt Cup win next Saturday, which would tie him with Mike Smithwick's record.
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By Marty McGee and Marty McGee,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 10, 1992
LAUREL -- Charlie Fenwick III came back from his back problems yesterday. If his performance is any indication, his backers will soon be back, too.Fenwick, 17, was Maryland racing's top apprentice before suffering compressed and chipped vertebrae in a September training accident. After a four-month layoff, Fenwick accepted two mounts yesterday, winning with the second, Say Punch, after finishing far back on Camp Dance in the fifth race."It feels great," Fenwick said after the filly won the seventh by 12 lengths and paid $18.40 to win. "I've been back working horses about three or four weeks now, so I'm pretty fit."
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By Brooks Welsh, Special to The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2012
Not too far from the chaos of Ocean City lies the gorgeous Rt. 54 also known as Lighthouse road. A few really great restaurants are set up right on the water and the Lobster Shanty is definitely a gem on the marsh. I had the pleasure of working at The Shanty last summer and besides having the best job at the restaurant of running the parking lot and working valet, which allowed me to relax and talk to patrons outside, I got to sample the food and have a few drinks there myself. The menu is frankly stacked.
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By Marie Marciano Gullard, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2011
Many people imagine having a little bungalow by the beach. In 2005, Kurt and Gail Zanelotti were lucky enough to make that dream a reality. In what may possibly be one of the smallest houses in Fenwick Island, Del., the couple's thinking on their home is summed up in the words of a little plaque hanging on a wall of their enclosed front porch: "It is What It Is. " Kurt Zanelotti, 53, the owner of a commercial and residential floor-covering business,...
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By Marie Marciano Gullard, Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2011
If the courtyard that greets visitors to Denny and Cindi Mather's beach home in Fenwick Island, Del., looks like the entrance to a motel, that's because it once was. The walled courtyard with foliage, fountain and an arched wrought-iron gate that opens to the road was there when the couple purchased the Sea Charm Motel and the property it sat on in 2008. They purchased the former motel with the intent to tear it down and build their dream home. Since they wanted to build a home larger than what would have been permitted on a vacant commercial lot, they had to keep part of the motel to satisfy the variances.
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By Nancy Jones Bonbrest, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2010
If you're ready to relax, unwind and enjoy white sandy beaches set in a family-friendly, small-town atmosphere, then head straight to the Delaware beaches. Made up of Lewes, Rehoboth, Dewey, Bethany and Fenwick Island, each town has a distinct personality offering something for everyone. Lewes has its vast history, while Rehoboth is known as the "Nation's Summer Capital" because of its popularity with the Washington crowd. Dewey Beach is remembered for it's laid-back way of life and as the East Coast skim boarding capital while Bethany Beach and Fenwick Island are known as the quiet resorts.
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By Nancy Jones-Bonbrest and Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2010
Salary: $24,000 Age: 60 Time on the job: One month How she got started: For 22 years, Barbara Hobbs worked for T. Rowe Price in Baltimore and Owings Mills. The past 12 years were with its facilities and office services division, where she helped maintain the company's five buildings. If there were problems, she would set up the electrician, plumber or other in-house service to fix it. She also would check the buildings to ensure all was in working order.
NEWS
September 13, 2009
On Friday, September 11, 2009, JEFFREY SCOTT "CHIP", of Hampstead, MD., beloved husband of Karyn Anne Harmon (nee Klaus), son of Margaret Moser Harmon of Westminster, MD and the late Donald Harmon, devoted father of Allison and Jennifer Harmon of Hampstead, MD, brother of Ricki D. Harmon of Westminster, MD, Donald C. Harmon of Fenwick Island, DE, Donna R. Harmon Leppo of Reisterstown, MD and Mary C. Harmon Clark of Hampstead, MD. Services Tuesday 10...
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September 6, 2009
Bethany Beach Boardwalk Arts Festival Where: : The boardwalk from Second Street to Parkwood Street, Bethany Beach, Del. When:: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday (Rain date: Sept. 13) What: : The Bethany Beach/Fenwick Island area's largest public event features more than 100 artists working in jewelry, art glass, pottery, watercolor and oil painting, basketry, woodworking and more, spanning the length of the boardwalk. Live entertainment in three street festival areas. A silent auction of works donated by participating artists will benefit local schools.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | July 25, 2009
Theresa V. "Granny" Fenwick, former supervisor of laundry services at the old Provident Hospital who stressed the value of education to her children and grandchildren, died in her sleep July 18 at Seasons Hospice at Northwest Hospital Center. The Elkridge resident had celebrated her 100th birthday in June. Theresa Veroma Hammond, whose parents were Cherokee Indians, was born and raised in Anderson, S.C., where she attended public schools through the third grade. "In the early 1930s, her father was threatened with lynching, which caused him to gather his family and flee in the middle of the night to the North.
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