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February 14, 2007
On February 12, 2007 WM. T.N. KING survived by his wife Josephine H. (nee Orlick), niece Lorraine A. Socha, great-niece Marlene F. Vlachos, nephew Jesse Abbott, Jr. Memorial services at Lighthouse Senior Living, 1813 Old Eastern Avenue Sunday, February 18 at 2:00 p.m.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By [SAM SESSA] | September 14, 2006
Wine Festival The lowdown -- Sample about 20 wines from 17 local wineries and see plenty of live bands at the Maryland Wine Festival this weekend. The list of bands includes Blues Works, the Junkyard Saints, the Bourbon Street Ramblers, and Mike Dugan and Blues Mission. Craft and food vendors will be on site. If you go -- The festival is at the Carroll County Farm Museum, 500 S. Center St. in Westminster. It runs 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and noon-6 p.m. Sunday. Gates open an hour before the festival begins.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Karin Remesch | January 11, 2001
Art and craft shows in Ocean City Enjoy two shows under one roof this weekend at the Ocean City Convention Center. The 16th annual Nautical & Wildlife Art Festival combines with the 14th annual North American Craft Show, featuring 300 displays by artists and crafts people from 25 states. Painters, sculptors, carvers, photographers and model-ship builders will present nautical and wildlife art, while crafters display works in wood, metal, fiber, clay, glass, plaster, paper, shells, stones and more.
NEWS
February 16, 2005
Eleanor Gould Packard, 87, who was known for her proofreading, copy editing and probing of the language of thousands of articles in The New Yorker, died Sunday in New York. Though she was not known by a particular title at the magazine, she was noted for her intricate attention to vocabulary, syntax, grammar, flow and punctuation of many contributing nonfiction writers, including E.B. White, Roger Angell, and Wolcott Gibbs. Born Eleanor Gould in Newark, N.Y., she graduated summa cum laude from Oberlin College in Ohio and moved to New York after being taught editing by the New Jersey poet Aline Kilmer.
NEWS
June 30, 2003
McCarl Dental Group opens new offices in medical park The McCarl Dental Group has announced the opening of its new dental offices in the Shipley's Choice Medical Park, where three generations of the family practice. Information: 410-987- 8800 Crosby Marketing honored by DuPont Annapolis-based Crosby Marketing Communications recently was honored by DuPont for its service to the company's legal department last year. Crosby was recognized for a promotion of DuPont's 200th anniversary and the DuPont Legal Model's 10th anniversary, as well as for its promotion of a system for paralegal utilization.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Meredith James and Meredith James,SUN STAFF | September 11, 2003
Art will be abundant this weekend in historic Old Town Alexandria, Va. Four canopy-covered blocks of King Street will be filled by more than 200 artists from around the country, displaying and selling their paintings, sculpture, prints and photography. The "Alexandria Festival of the Arts" is one of the largest art festivals in the Greater Washington area, with $15 million in art for sale, and it kicks off Alexandria's "Fall for the Arts" season. Be sure to check out Market Square on Saturday for live entertainment.
NEWS
By Tom Bowman and Tom Bowman,Staff Writer | August 16, 1993
John Simms III went to the playground this summer and learned a lesson about how to help those less fortunate.The 11-year-old used $1 from his allowance and bought a raffle ticket to raise money for The Lighthouse, a homeless shelter on West Street in Annapolis.John was one of more than 500 children from throughout the city who raised $743 by raffling off a stereo, a cassette player and a radio, all donated by Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.Of that amount, $400 went to The Lighthouse. The rest went into a trip fund for the city's playgrounds, to take the children to the National Zoo and the Smithsonian next year.
NEWS
June 16, 1991
Services for Sydney H. Raabe, a supervisor who was born and raised in a lighthouse in Curtis Bay, will be held Friday at 8 p.m. at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home on Harford Road.Mr. Raabe died Friday at his home in Parkville after a heart attack. He was 93.Mr. Raabe's father was the keeper of one of the lighthouses in the Brewerton Channel Range Lights, a series of three lighthouses that guided ships into Curtis Bay. His father retired when the lighthouse was converted to electric power in 1924.
NEWS
June 11, 1995
Sen. Craig appointed to lighthouse panelState Sen. David R. Craig, a District 34 Republican, has been appointed to the Commission to Save the Lighthouses.The commission was created in 1989 to study ways to preserve lighthouses along Maryland's shores. The commission members will report their findings to the governor on July 1, 1996.The Concord Point Lighthouse in Havre de Grace, the oldest lighthouse in continual use in Maryland, is in Mr. Craig's district.Paszkiewicz joins chamber boardErnie Paszkiewicz, managing partner of Coyne & McClean, Chartered, a CPA firm with offices in Bel Air and Towson, was appointed to the Harford County Chamber of Commerce's board of directors.
NEWS
By Amy P. Ingram and Amy P. Ingram,Contributing Writer | November 11, 1992
Alice Fallon, a resident of the Crofton Convalescent Center, decided it was time for the facility to open its doors and become part of the outside community.So she organized a program through her resident council meeting to buy, prepare and deliver food to the Lighthouse homeless shelter in Annapolis."If we decided to help other people," she said, "we wouldn't always feel sorry for ourselves."Ms. Fallon, 81, said she was encouraged to begin a program to aid the homeless by television and radio reports.
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