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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2012
NAME: Moose BREED: English Mastiff AGE: Nine HOME: Reisterstown OWNER: Martha Frick Symington Sanger “Martie” HOW WE MET: When choosing a pup from a litter of English Mastiffs I knew Moose was meant for me. As if saying “the world is too much with me,” a common feeling for writers such as myself, he was snuggled away between a kitchen wall and the refrigerator, as far as he could get from his rambunctious mates....
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Justin Fenton, Ian Duncan and The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2014
Like many artists of his genre, East Baltimore rapper Young Moose uses his lyrics and music videos to depict the harsh reality of his surroundings, with images of men flashing guns, drugs and cash. But as his career seemed to be taking off this summer, with an opening slot for an arena show by a popular national artist beckoning, a city detective was working to turn the budding performer's YouTube videos against him. After police say they found dozens of heroin gel caps in his family's home, Det. Daniel Hersl noted those videos in charging documents, writing that Young Moose "raps about distributing narcotics, violence and using a firearm to commit violence.
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February 27, 1994
In an era of knockdown, drag-out litigation, in which leaders often seem to eschew decisive action in difficult situations, the national headquarters of the fraternal Moose organization wasted no time in delivering the coup de grace to its recalcitrant chapter in Hagerstown.Moose International, appropriately based in Mooseheart, Ill., last week revoked the charter of the Hagerstown club -- the largest in North America with 7,500 members. That killing blow came just a few days after the chapter voted not to induct its first black member.
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April 2, 2014
On Friday, March 21, the Bel Air Moose Lodge, 310 E. Jarrettsville Road in Forest Hill, hosted Joseph R. Koons, Supreme Governor of the Loyal Order of Moose. Koons is the chief presiding officer of the Loyal Order of Moose International. Koons chose Bel Air Moose Lodge to visit for his official visit to Maryland. He is a Pennsylvania resident, who is retired from 36 years of service with the state of Pennsylvania as a therapist for troubled youth. Koons has been a Loyal Order of Moose member since 1970, and lives with his wife, Connie, in Danville, Pa. He and his wife have two children and four grandchildren.
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By Janet Gilbert | June 4, 2010
"Pets on Wheels" may not be the best name for the charitable organization my husband and our dog are volunteers with. It conjures up an image of a roller derby league for pets in one's mind. At least, in this particular one's mind. But Pets on Wheels is a collection of volunteers with docile, friendly and somewhat obedient, prescreened pets who commit to visiting area nursing homes and assisted-living facilities in our county. Its mission is to bring the joys of simply petting a dog or cat to the residents, who often have to give up their pets to enter these facilities.
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July 26, 2004
On July 24, 2004, JAMES THOMAS MOOSE, SR.; beloved husband of Elizabeth (nee Gardner); devoted father of Deborah Kennedy and her husband James, Sheri Johnson and her husband Robert and James T. Moose, Jr. and his wife Susan; loving grandfather of Shannon Kennedy, Laura Moose, Lance Corporal Jason Moose, Jessica Johnson and Melissa, Emily and Amy Swift and Jonathan Moose. A Christian Wake Service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home Of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue on Tuesday at 8:30 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in the Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.
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By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writer Marcia Myers contributed to this article | February 25, 1994
National leaders of the Loyal Order of Moose permanently closed yesterday the organization's huge Hagerstown lodge, which last week rejected a black applicant trying to become its first minority member.The action came on the same day that the lodge's rejection of the black applicant came under informal scrutiny by the U.S. Justice Department's civil rights division.Kurt Wehrmeister, a national Moose spokesman, said the all-white lodge was shut down and its charter revoked for "repeated violations" of Moose policies.
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February 18, 1994
In Hagerstown, there are more members of the Moose Lodge (7,500) than there are registered Republicans (5,500). Since the Washington County seat has a male population of about 16,000, roughly one of every two Hagerstown men is a Moose.One of every two white Hagerstown men, that is.There are no black members of the Hagerstown Moose Lodge, despite the fact that it is the nation's largest chapter of that fraternal organization.Despite the fact that 2,200 blacks comprise 6 percent of Hagerstown's population.
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By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,Sun Staff Writer | March 7, 1994
A 9-year-old Moose lodge's plans to move into a 70-year-old school has riled a 105-year-old former teacher.Ethel Andrews, Shady Side's oldest resident, is among a number of community residents who told the Anne Arundel liquor board that they are opposed to granting South County Deale Moose Lodge 2279 a liquor license at the old Shady Side Elementary School."
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By MIKE LITTWIN | March 6, 1992
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Randy Milligan is desperately trying to stay upbeat, but it's not holding.Sometimes, he's bitter. Sometimes, he's disappointed. But what he is mostly is sad.He's a sad Moose."
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 11, 2012
George Warren "Moose" Mix Sr., a well-known Towson attorney whose legal expertise included administrative, criminal and family law, died May 4 of heart failure at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The 30-year Lutherville resident was 74. "I knew Warren when I was a prosecutor and later as a defense attorney, and he was often in three jurisdictions during a single day. He was a stand-up, honest and hardworking guy when it came to his clients. He'd fight for his people," said Gov. Martin J. O'Malley.
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April 11, 2012
Springtime 50 years ago was alive at the old Aberdeen Elementary School on North Philadelphia Boulevard. The playground (now Festival Park) was filled with children practicing for athletic events and the upcoming May Day. There were violets growing in the same spots where we picked them many years before. Mr. Aaronson's livestock were long gone, but memories of the old farmyard were still very vivid. The library building at 58 N. Parke St. was open for youngsters after school hours.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2012
NAME: Moose BREED: English Mastiff AGE: Nine HOME: Reisterstown OWNER: Martha Frick Symington Sanger “Martie” HOW WE MET: When choosing a pup from a litter of English Mastiffs I knew Moose was meant for me. As if saying “the world is too much with me,” a common feeling for writers such as myself, he was snuggled away between a kitchen wall and the refrigerator, as far as he could get from his rambunctious mates....
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September 20, 2011
Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Ronald Wilson Brown Jr., of the 1300 block of South Philadelphia Boulevard, was charged Saturday with second-degree assault. Alan Daniel Guleserian, 52, of the 800 block of Chelsea Road, was arrested Thursday on a bench warrant in a case in which he was charged with driving while his license and privilege were suspended. Aberdeen Police report: Michael Andre Knight, 32, of the 5700 block of Emelia Avenue in Baltimore, was charged Friday with dangerous weapon with intent to conceal.
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By Janet Gilbert | October 23, 2010
Last weekend, I was accosted by an angry do-gooder. It was a shock, of course, because most do-gooders have smiles on their faces or at least in their hearts, and they approach their volunteer tasks with a calm, happy sort of vigilance. These folks simply show up where they are needed and quietly do what needs to be done — whether it's grading spelling tests, playing checkers, serving meals or picking up trash — because they want to give of themselves. Because it's enough to make a small difference in their corner of a troubled universe.
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By Janet Gilbert | June 5, 2010
"Pets on Wheels" may not be the best name for the charitable organization my husband and our dog are volunteers with. It conjures up an image of a roller derby league for pets in one's mind. At least, in this particular one's mind. But Pets on Wheels is a collection of volunteers with docile, friendly and somewhat obedient, prescreened pets who commit to visiting area nursing homes and assisted-living facilities in our county. Its mission is to bring the joys of simply petting a dog or cat to the residents, who often have to give up their pets to enter these facilities.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | December 13, 2008
Margaret I. "Meg" Sicher, a Jemicy School volunteer who headed the Owings Mills school's bookstore for many years, died Thursday of complications from a brain tumor at the Brightwood Center in Lutherville. The Riderwood resident was 49. Margaret Iglehart French was born in Baltimore and raised in Lutherville. She was a 1977 graduate of St. Timothy's School in Stevenson. Mrs. Sicher attended Skidmore College and earned a bachelor's degree in history from the University of Virginia in 1982.
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