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May 1, 2013
Larry and Fran Rawl, of Bel Air, celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary in the Bahamas. They are blessed with four children and six grandchildren.
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May 1, 2013
Larry and Fran Rawl, of Bel Air, celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary in the Bahamas. They are blessed with four children and six grandchildren.
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By KEVIN COWHERD and KEVIN COWHERD,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | April 26, 2009
After 31 years of marriage, you learn a few things. Here's the No. 1 thing you learn: Never, ever forget your wedding anniversary. That's why I was intrigued by a recent letter in the syndicated Ask Amy advice column. "Dear Amy," a guy wrote, "I forgot my 18th wedding anniversary. I have no excuses." Naturally, my first thought was: You're a dead man. D-E-A-D. I don't have to read the rest of your letter, pal. You're deader than Rod Blagojevich's career. "I discovered my sin," the guy continued, "when I ... discovered a 'happy anniversary' note my wife had left.
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June 13, 2012
Happy summer, dear readers! Summer officially begins with the summer solstice on June 21 at 2:46 a.m. in Havre de Grace (and all along the East Coast, USA, of course). I double dare you to stay awake and welcome summer's arrival. Visit Susquehanna State Park or the North Park Trail for a little of William Shakespeare's "Midsummer Night's Dream" madness, yourself! Celebrate June 20 as World Vegan Day with a salad picked from fresh produce purchased at the Havre de Grace Saturday Farmers Market, from 9 a.m. to noon.
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February 21, 1993
Betty and Louis L. Domsky of Randallstown will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary with family and friends March 13 at the Milbrook Park Centre.*Amy Beall, a senior at the Catholic High School of Baltimore, was recently selected as WMAR-TV's Prep Athlete of the Week.*The Max Rubin Memorial Award for Volunteer of the Year was presented to Norton Naviasky at the Jewish Vocational Service annual recognition program.*Sharon L. Lewis of Middle River was awarded the Wilson Point Women's Club Scholarship at Essex Community College.
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May 15, 1994
Sam Stone, president of the Moses Montefiore Woodmoor Hebrew Congregation, has been selected to receive the congregation's Ha-Nasi Leadership award, which will be presented along with the title of "Man of the Decade" at the anniversary dinner this month.*Terry and Donna Weltman of Cumberland, members of the Gold Wing Road Riders Association, were selected as the 1994 Maryland State Couple at the Winterthing IV in Ocean City.*John J. and Elizabeth M. Willis of Highlandtown celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on April 15.*Marie Morrow of Fullerton, a senior at the Catholic High School of Baltimore, was selected as a semifinalist in the 1994 Coca-Cola Scholars Program.
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November 3, 1991
Charles and Elizabeth Lancelotta of Ingleside Avenue celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sept. 1 with a Mass of Thanksgiving at St. Leo the Great Roman Catholic Church, where they were married.*Uriah and Daisy Rodgers of Longwood Street in Baltimore celebrated their 50 wedding anniversary Nov. 1.*The winners of the annual Maryland Student Art Calendar Competition are: kindergarten, Jessica LaMar of Jarrettsville; first grade, Shannon Flynn of Pasadena; second grade, Johanna Hellman of Baltimore; third grade, Paul Buckler of Pomfret; fourth grade, Erin Hanley of Davidsonville; fifth grade, Jeffery Chang of Davidsonville; sixth grade, Emily Giles of Baltimore; seventh grade, Judy Brinkley of Bel Air; eighth grade, Allison Stephen of Bel Air; ninth grade, Duncan Page of Crofton; 10th grade, Wendy Polek of Bel Air; 11th grade, Lewis Johnson Jr. of Forestville; 12th grade, Jennifer Whilden of Pylesville, Charlie Seo of Pomfret and Jordan Xu of Randallstown.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Staff Writer | October 13, 1993
Mildred M. Cunningham, a homemaker who celebrated her 50th wedding anniversary last week, died at her home in the Mays Chapel section of Baltimore County on Tuesday of complications from a brain tumor.The 72-year-old East Baltimore native grew up near Patterson Park and received her early education at St. Elizabeth's School.After graduating from Eastern High School in 1939, she went to work as a secretary at the Commercial Credit Corp. From 1941 to 1942, she worked in the office of the president and managing director of the now-defunct O'Neill & Co. department store at Charles and Lexington streets.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | September 25, 1991
Back in 1919, mothers kept a close watch on their daughters when suitors came to call."It was pretty tough back then -- you couldn't really take a girl out," George Wilburn said, recalling the days whenhe had a hard time seeing his sweetheart, Sallie Mae Allen.It was 1919 in Georgia, and the two 16-year-olds were in love andwanted to get married. But the couple faced one major obstacle -- Sallie Mae's mother didn't approve of the union.So the couple sneaked off to the local preacher and, with only a few witnesses present, tied the knot anyway.
TRAVEL
February 6, 2000
A MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE Anniversary on the QE2 By Gail Snyder Shochet SPECIAL TO THE SUN No matter how quick or convenient airline travel may be, it can never match the romance or sheer nostalgia of traveling by ocean liner -- particularly if the ship in question is the Queen Elizabeth 2. It doesn't hurt if the cruise departs from New York City and affords breathtaking views of the harbor at dawn, or that one is headed to balmy Bermuda to soak up...
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May 4, 2012
Linda Read was kind enough to send me information about this season's Port Paloozas. The event is a monthly street festival, held on the first Saturday of each month from May through October. Crafters and vendors set up shop in the town square and live music is provided. This Saturday, May 5, an exhibit will be on display in the historic Bank Building from noon until 4 p.m. featuring photos from Exelon's Annual Bald Eagle Photo Contest. The photos were taken at the Conowingo Dam in December 2011.
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April 18, 2012
The first "Port Palooza" of the season (May through October) is right around the corner. Mark your calendars for the first Saturday in May, the 5th, and plan to stop by Port's Town Square that afternoon for live music, food, crafters and vendors. Several families from Harford and Cecil County traveled to northern New Jersey over the weekend to attend the wedding of Dr. Dennis Hernandez and Verna Valdepenas. Making the trip were some of Dennis' Good Shepherd Catholic School-mates including Alvin Santos, who traveled from California, Melvin Santos of Havre de Grace, and our son, Jason Bierly of Columbia.
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By KEVIN COWHERD and KEVIN COWHERD,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | April 26, 2009
After 31 years of marriage, you learn a few things. Here's the No. 1 thing you learn: Never, ever forget your wedding anniversary. That's why I was intrigued by a recent letter in the syndicated Ask Amy advice column. "Dear Amy," a guy wrote, "I forgot my 18th wedding anniversary. I have no excuses." Naturally, my first thought was: You're a dead man. D-E-A-D. I don't have to read the rest of your letter, pal. You're deader than Rod Blagojevich's career. "I discovered my sin," the guy continued, "when I ... discovered a 'happy anniversary' note my wife had left.
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | May 22, 2005
Being both a special occasion restaurant and a hotel dining room is a tough balancing act. A few places manage it -- Hampton's in Harbor Court comes to mind -- but for the Inn at the Colonnade, it's not so easy. After all, Harbor Court has a second, less-formal dining room. What this means is that you could be going to the Club at the Colonnade to celebrate your wedding anniversary and be eating next to someone wearing a baseball cap. That happened to me on my first visit a couple of months ago (sitting next to the cap, not having a wedding anniversary)
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By Michael Olesker | December 7, 2004
NOW IS THE roughest time of the year. Yesterday, as close as Bill Ey can tell, he had a birthday. Next week comes an anniversary. It will be 69 years since the snowy night somebody telephoned the old St. Vincent Infant Home and said there was a baby waiting outside in the dark. A policeman with a flashlight found the little boy wrapped in a blanket in a nearby cornfield, with two warm bottles of milk lying next to him. All labels had been cut from the child's clothes and blankets, to avoid identification.
FEATURES
By Kevin Cowherd | July 23, 2001
AT THE RISK of going all gooey on you, this is one of those stories with an ending so sweet you could gag on it, which is why I love it. It involves a woman named Cindy Vinyard, 41, who lives in southwest Oklahoma, but who now considers Baltimore the garden spot of the East Coast and its citizens perhaps the finest people God ever put on this earth. Vinyard's story begins on a gentle afternoon in May at Camden Yards, where she was attending the Orioles game against the Texas Rangers. At the time, she was helping chaperone a group of seventh-graders from Alpus, Okla.
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By Bonita Formwalt and Bonita Formwalt,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 21, 1998
A TIRELESS advocate for her community, Barbara Moeller is looking forward to her new role as president of the Glen Burnie Improvement Association. Elected Jan. 13, she says the position is an extension of her commitment to her home of 50 years.Moeller is a familiar figure to many in Glen Burnie because of her community activities.Each May, she can be found backstage at the annual recital for the Glen Burnie Recreation Association's dance program. In July, she's at the Big Glen Burnie Carnival every night, organizing, socializing, delighting in the tradition of the event.
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By Kevin Cowherd | October 1, 1998
EXCERPTS from the "Bill Clinton's Apologies For All Occasions" (Random House, 221 pps., $24.95)Chapter 2: Forgot Wedding AnniversaryFirst, let me say this: I did not forget our wedding anniversary.In fact, I want to say it again: I ... did ... not ... forget ... our ... wedding ... anniversary.What I forgot was the token or expression of love and affection customarily given to one's spouse on such an occasion.A gift? Well, that depends on what you mean by the word "gift."If you mean something voluntarily transferred by one person to another without compensation, then I suppose there may have been a failure on my part to follow through on that entire process.
TRAVEL
February 6, 2000
A MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE Anniversary on the QE2 By Gail Snyder Shochet SPECIAL TO THE SUN No matter how quick or convenient airline travel may be, it can never match the romance or sheer nostalgia of traveling by ocean liner -- particularly if the ship in question is the Queen Elizabeth 2. It doesn't hurt if the cruise departs from New York City and affords breathtaking views of the harbor at dawn, or that one is headed to balmy Bermuda to soak up...
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By Kevin Cowherd | October 1, 1998
EXCERPTS from the "Bill Clinton's Apologies For All Occasions" (Random House, 221 pps., $24.95)Chapter 2: Forgot Wedding AnniversaryFirst, let me say this: I did not forget our wedding anniversary.In fact, I want to say it again: I ... did ... not ... forget ... our ... wedding ... anniversary.What I forgot was the token or expression of love and affection customarily given to one's spouse on such an occasion.A gift? Well, that depends on what you mean by the word "gift."If you mean something voluntarily transferred by one person to another without compensation, then I suppose there may have been a failure on my part to follow through on that entire process.
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