Journalist @baltimoresun writer artist runner #amwriting Chaplain PIO #partylikeajournalist

Journalist @baltimoresun writer artist runner #amwriting Chaplain PIO #partylikeajournalist
Journalist @baltimoresun writer artist runner #amwriting Md Troopers Assoc #20 & Westminster Md Fire Dept Chaplain PIO #partylikeajournalist

Monday, January 16, 2017

The Real Muck: Great insight into the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus by David Ettlin...

The Real Muck: Circus taking down the tent:     Bonnie and daughter FL mounted and ready (top), and Lauren with Lou Jacobs and Knucklehead.   'Greatest Show' nearing ...

Great insight into the Ringling Bros. and Barnum Bailey Circus by David Ettlin...

"It will be hard to say goodbye when the "Greatest Show on Earth" strikes its tent for the final time this year -- well, not really a tent, since it has been playing indoors at civic arenas for nearly 60 years. But you get the idea.

"The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is dying. Its owners announced over the weekend that the show will end its 146-year run in May, a result of changing tastes in entertainment and, in large part, the animal rights movement that sent Ringling's elephant herds into retirement last year..."

Read much more here: http://ettlin.blogspot.com/2017/01/circus-taking-down-tent.html
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Jon Kelvey: “America's Long-Overdue Opioid Revolution Is Finally Here” smithsonian.com


Jon Kelvey: “America's Long-Overdue Opioid Revolution Is Finally Here” smithsonian.com

Awesome work by Jon Kelvey, my colleague at the Carrol County Time. Bravo

“America's Long-Overdue Opioid Revolution Is Finally Here” - Thanks to advances in neuroscience, researchers are beginning to disentangle powerful pain relief from addiction, overdose and death

By Jon Kelvey, smithsonian.com, January 13, 2017

"The result 'could be a substantial advance in opioid pharmacotherapy,' Soergel and his colleagues reported in the journal PAIN in June of that year. ... This could be the first in what you might think of as a new class of opioids,' says Violin.

"And the truth is, it’s about time."


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Katie Nash loses Frederick Co. Md. Public Schools’ social media job a week after being in Twitter spotlight


Katie Nash loses FCPS social media job a week after being in Twitter spotlight

Nash loses FCPS social media job a week after being in Twitter spotlight
By Brandi Bottalico bbottalico@newspost.com

Says more abt FCPS than Nash: Nash loses FCPS social media job wk after being in Twitter spotlight

My bar of amazement has been moved. This is nuts. Says more about FCPS than Katie Nash.




Katie and I wrote for the same magazine many years ago. I do not know her well, but what I do know leads me to believe that she is an exceptional person. This situation really-really casts the FCPS in an unflattering light. It is mickey-mouse crap like this that promotes a perception that the best and the brightest need not apply for work with local government. I know many of the best and the brightest in local government and privately they struggle with the byzantine intrigues and indecipherable lack of common sense that has become "local government."

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I also run several social media sites for some high visibility and high profile organizations in the community. We all know the perils of unintended consequences. We all know to stay as clear as possible from a tweet or a post that could possibly be misunderstood. All my inquiries indicate that no one was offended, including the student. It opened a great, if not fun, dialogue, And if the powers to be found the post inconsistent with established standards, then use it as a teaching moment and move on. The folks I work for have taken down posts before. Whatever. Katie does not have mean bone in her body. I know full well that adjectives are not persuasive speech - but "Surreal," is the best adjective I have seen in this discussion yet. I think this says more about FCPS than it does about Katie. Thank you.


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Frederick County Public Schools has fired Katie Nash, an employee who stirred up attention for how she ran the district’s Twitter feed last week, she said.

Michael Doerrer, a district spokesman, said Nash was no longer employed with the school system, but he couldn’t comment on the circumstances.

Nash started working as the web experience coordinator in November. Among her responsibilities was to run the district’s social media accounts. Her salary was $44,066.

On Jan. 5, a student tweeted to the Twitter account, @FCPSMaryland, asking schools to close “tammarow.”

Nash wrote in response from the school Twitter feed: “But then how would you learn how to spell ‘tomorrow?’ :)”

The response from Nash’s FCPS tweet garnered more than 1,000 retweets and 1,000 likes and she became the subject of a hashtag, #KatiefromFCPS. And later #freekatie also appeared in students’ Twitter feeds after a report from local TV station WHAG-TV that Twitter access had been taken away from her.


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Sunday, January 15, 2017

3. Service Installation of Pastor Beth Clementson at Zion Lutheran Church in Middletown Md


3. Service Installation of Pastor Beth Clementson at Zion Lutheran Church in Middletown Md. www.zionmiddletown.org Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017. The service was led by Pastor Kathryn Hoffman and Pastor Ron Reaves. Bishop Bill Gohl shared a message that "Change might be good thing."

Religion Lutheran, Religion Zion Lutheran Church in Middletown Md, Religion Grace Lutheran Church, People Clementson Pastor Kevin, People Clementson Pastor Martha, 

2. Service Installation of Pastor Beth Clementson at Zion Lutheran Church in Middletown Md


2. Service Installation of Pastor Beth Clementson at Zion Lutheran Church in Middletown Md. www.zionmiddletown.org Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017. The service was led by Pastor Kathryn Hoffman and Pastor Ron Reaves. Bishop Bill Gohl shared a message that "Change might be good thing."

Religion Lutheran, Religion Zion Lutheran Church in Middletown Md, Religion Grace Lutheran Church, People Clementson Pastor Kevin, People Clementson Pastor Martha, 

1. Service Installation of Pastor Beth Clementson at Zion Lutheran Church in Middletown Md


1. Service Installation of Pastor Beth Clementson at Zion Lutheran Church in Middletown Md. www.zionmiddletown.org Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017. The service was led by Pastor Kathryn Hoffman and Pastor Ron Reaves. Bishop Bill Gohl shared a message that "Change might be good thing."

Sunday church service at Grace Lutheran Church in Westminster


Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017 church service at Grace Lutheran Church in Westminster. 

Today's gospel lesson comes from John 1:29-42. Pastor Martha talked with us about, "What are you seeking? Where will the path of discipleship lead us. What are you looking for? The path of discipleship is one of trust.."

Have a great Sunday. Have a great week.

Excellent article by Carroll County Times reporter Heather Mongilio: “Sheriff’s Office loses three deputies”


Excellent article by Carroll County Times reporter Heather Mongilio: “Sheriff’s Office loses three deputies,” January 13, 2017 http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/news/crime/ph-cc-sheriffs-office-turnover-20170113-story.html


In my capacity as a volunteer fire and police chaplain, I have had conversation after conversation, in confidence with law enforcement officers, that the compensation and benefits are not commensurate with the ever-increasing difficulty of the job and the current 'war on police' (not my words,) environment in which police officers work.

In spite of the fact that Carroll County Sheriff Jim DeWees is an exceptional sheriff, there is a largely held perception that local elected officials throughout the nation - even in Carroll County, do not have our back.

Moreover, when the going gets tough, local elected officials will throw the police under a bus. “Hands Up, Don't” Shoot” was a lie.

Look no farther that the recent actions by the U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch and the Justice Department. In 2016, there were 4,368 shooting victims in Chicago. Chicago’s murder rate is up 72% with 700-plus homicides. The recent response by the Justice Department is no different that that of the last eight years all across the nation - scapegoat, blame and criminalize the police. This is bizarre. Then after hammering the police, AG Lynch ponders, “officer morale is low.” Duh, ya think? #BlueLivesMatter #ChicagoPD

These days, police officers are highly skilled, well-educated, and highly motivated individuals. Yet they go to work every day, knowing that they could die that day and leave their family behind – or be vexatiously prosecuted for conducting their job consistent with their training and keeping the community’s best interests at heart.

In today’s market, police officers are highly employable. In today’s environment, from a LEO’s point of view, why stay with law enforcement when you can take your skills, training, and education somewhere else, get paid better, spend more time with the family, including nights, vacations and holidays – and have better benefits. Just saying.

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“While he left the department, Buenger praised DeWees and the department, saying DeWees does his best to provide the deputies with the best equipment and training. The money could be better, he said, but it was not the deciding factor in his decision. ‘I can't say anything negative about the Sheriff's Office in Carroll County,’ Buenger said.” Read more: http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/news/crime/ph-cc-sheriffs-office-turnover-20170113-story.html   

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At the county level, I believe that the Board of Commissioners have our backs. However, the matter of juggling competing needs with constrained and finite resources gets complex quickly. Carroll County has huge infrastructure needs that need tax dollars. The demands on the fire and EMS services are reaching levels that require much more funding or the volunteer system will collapse. Unfunded mandates from the state and federal government are constantly adding expenses. Not to be overlooked is the cost of health care because of recent changes at the federal level – ACA.

Sheriff DeWees is a friend. I have worked with him for years. His head is on straight and he is part of the solution.

What will make a difference will be the voting public making our concerns known to elected officials. When I was in office, I proposed a 5-cent tax increase for the purpose of supporting law enforcement and the fire service. I felt strongly that the public supported the idea. This was when I brought LEOPS forward despite active opposition on the part of other elected officials. My elected official colleagues, who represented a narrower nuanced band of the constituency, did not support the idea of increasing revenues for first responders. I will just leave this right there.

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Losing deputies is nothing new for Sheriff Jim DeWees. But in the past two weeks, three deputies have left the Carroll County Sheriff's Office with two leaving the profession.

"I've lost some good deputies over the last years," DeWees said.

In 2016, DeWees said he lost about 10 to 12 deputies, which he called "significant" for a department the size of the Sheriff's Office.

Of the three deputies who left in the past two weeks, one left to be a criminal investigator within a Pennsylvania state's attorney's office, one left to work in his father's company and one left for Wyoming, DeWees said.

When a deputy decides to leave the department, DeWees sits down with each of the deputies to talk about the decision to leave. For many it's the salary, DeWees said.


Excellent article by Carroll County Times reporter Heather Mongilio: “Sheriff’s Office loses three deputies” http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2017/01/excellent-article-by-carroll-county.html
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Distinguished local Carroll Co Attorney “Woody” Swam, 80, of Hampstead


Distinguished local Carroll Co Attorney “Woody” Swam, 80, of Hampstead https://kevindayhoffwestgov-net.blogspot.com/2017/01/distinguished-local-carroll-co-attorney.html Labels: People obituaries

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Phyllis J. Zumbrun, Mark, and Robyn Schaefer; Jason, Laura, and Mattie Tyler of Westminster, and the friends, family, and colleagues of Woody Swam. Woody will be greatly missed. We have all benefited greatly from his service to our country and our community. You have our deepest sympathy. Caroline Babylon and Kevin Dayhoff:

Elwood “Woody” Edward Swam, 80, of Hampstead, died peacefully on Saturday, January 7, 2017. Born September 21, 1936, he was the son of the late John Henry and Iova Walker Swam. Woody is survived by his wife and best friend of forty-five (45) years, Phyllis J. Zumbrun.

Woody lived his entire life in Carroll County, Maryland. Born and raised in Manchester, he graduated from Manchester High School as president of the Class of 1954. After graduation, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy for flight training. Following his honorable discharge from the Navy, he pursued several business positions while attending law school at the University of Baltimore. Upon graduation, he opened his law practice in Hampstead, which he pursued for forty-six (46) successful years.

Woody dedicated his life to his law practice and the clients he served. In his spare time, he enjoyed travel, golf, fine dining, and entertaining. “Pushing the envelope,” he always welcomed challenges and would rise to the occasion with his cleverness and wit. Being quite a rascal himself in his youth, he enjoyed interacting with young people and served as a mentor to many. Investments have always been an intense interest of his, but his investment in others brought him the greatest dividends.

Woody was a member of the Maryland State Bar Association, the Carroll County Bar Association, and the Jaycees. He served on the Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission and the Trial Courts Judicial Nominating Commission – Eighth District. As a behind the scenes advocate, he endorsed and supported the missions and roles of NESAP, Carroll Hospice. Lineboro-Manchester Lions Club, local fire departments, and educational opportunities.

Surviving in addition to his wife are brother, John Swam of Manchester; brother Robert (Bob) Swam and wife, Carol, of Worton; sister, Patricia (Pat) Martak of Abington; numerous nieces and nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews, and great-great nieces and great-great nephews. He was predeceased by sister, Annabell M. Baer.

In addition, he is survived by his extended family, Mark and Robyn Schaefer of Hampstead; Jason, Laura, and Mattie Tyler of Westminster; and Emily Schaefer and Thomas Nelson, of Arlington, VA.

The family will receive friends on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at the ECKHARDT FUNERAL CHAPEL, P.A. 3296 Charmil Drive, Manchester, MD 21102 from 3-5 and 7-9p.m. and a memorial service will be held on Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. Interment is private.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Mc Daniel College, c/o Lawrence R. Junkin, Two College Hill, Westminster, MD 21157. Online condolences may be offered at www.eckhardtfuneralchapel.com


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Friday, January 13, 2017

Towson University Athletics establishes the Robert Marchanti Scholarship...


MAJ Marchanti military appreciation game at Towson St U Jan. 14, 2017 http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2017/01/towson-university-athletics-establishes.html

Towson University Athletics establishes the Robert Marchanti Scholarship.

Towson University Athletics has established the Robert Marchanti Scholarship Endowment. This was created in memory of Towson alum Major Robert Marchanti.

January 13th, 2017 - Command Sgt. Maj. Thomas B. Beyard, the Senior Enlisted Leader of the Maryland National Guard just got in touch about a military appreciation game at Towson State University in honor of a fallen comrade in arms. MAJ Marchanti

My good friend Tom writes, “Hello! My newest project. Very interesting story about MAJ Marchanti, who was a Maryland Guardsman, plus a Towson graduate and wrestler.

“He was deployed from 2011 until his death on Feb 25, 2012. He was mentoring Afghan police officials, and one of them whom he had been mentoring turned on him and murdered him inside the Afghan police building.

"We are now working with Towson Athletics, Peggy Marchanti, his widow and other partners to make this scholarship a reality. It will be kicked off tomorrow at SECU Arena on the campus of Towson University at their men's military appreciation basketball game verses Northeastern. Game is Sat, Jan 14 at 2:00 pm. Have great day. Tom"





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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Ted Cruz Questions Jeff Sessions. This is Awesome!



Ted Cruz Questions Jeff Sessions. This is Awesome!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9c0SR3jvBw 

Sen Al Franken Battles Jeff Sessions AG Confirmation Hearing: You Don't Sound You Handled the Case

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0u1uClZQLU 

Published on Jan 10, 2017 [FULL] Franken Suggests Donald Trump AG Pick Sessions Overstated Number of Civil Rights Cases He Worked On Al Franken, a Democrat from Minnesota, and Mr. Sessions tangle over the questionnaire that the attorney general nominee submitted to the committee as part of the confirmation process. 


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Sunday, January 08, 2017

Kayla in action as she helps lead us in worship


Kayla in action as she helps lead us in worship at Grace Lutheran Church in Westminster www.gracelc.org 8Jan2017 This week she expanded her speaking role...  https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10209729200520339&id=1040426835

Stacie Dowling leads us in a discussion about the mission of Sunday School at Grace Lutheran Church


Stacie Dowling leads us in a discussion about the mission of Sunday School and the great education program for all ages at Grace Lutheran Church in Westminster www.gracelc.org 8Jan2017. She is awesome . Just saying.

Sunday church service at Grace Lutheran Church in Westminster www.gracelc.org


Sunday church service at Grace Lutheran Church in Westminster. www.gracelc.org The thermometer said it was 12 degrees outside this morning as we made our way to church. Stay warm out there.

Baltimore Sports writer Mike Preston will be the guest speaker Sat., Jan. 14, 2016 at the annual CC NAACP MLK breakfast


Baltimore Sports writer Mike Preston will be the guest speaker Sat., Jan. 14, 2016 at the annual CC NAACP MLK breakfast

Friday, Jan. 6th, 2017

On Saturday, January14, 2017, 9:00 a.m., at Martin’s Caterers, in Westminster, Baltimore Sun sports writer Mike Preston will be the guest speaker at the 14th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. breakfast, sponsored by the Carroll County NAACP Branch 7014.

I will have the privilege and honor of introducing my Baltimore Sun – Sun Media Group colleague, Mr. Preston that morning.

Tickets are still available. For tickets: Contact Charlotte Brown (410) 861-7890, Jean Lewis (410) 861-6872, or purchase online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2017-carroll-county-naacp-dr-martin-luther-king-jr-breakfast-tickets-30496299252

Or, you can email me at kevindayhoff@gmail.com. Make sure the words Preston NAACP breakfast are in the subject line. On the other hand, if you know my phone number, just give me a call.

Over the years, the annual MLK breakfast has turned into a popular and well-attended event and a great break from the gray and cold of Maryland’s winters.

Many are excited to come hear veteran journalist Mike Preston speak. Mr. Preston, a 1977 graduate of Kenwood High, and a 1981 Towson University graduate has had a distinguished writing career that spans over 38 years since he first began writing at the News American as an intern in 1979. He first joined the Baltimore Sun in 1983, after several years at The Essex Times.

We need to turn in the final count to the caterer soon, so if you want tickets, be in touch soon. Thanks.

Please make checks payable to ‘Carroll County NAACP Branch7014.’ Contributions or gifts to this NAACP unit are generally not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. 

2017 Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast
Saturday, January 14th  
Martin’s of Westminster 9:00am
Guest Speaker:  Mr. Mike Preston, Baltimore Sun sports writer
Tickets:  $30


Follow Mr. Mike Preston in the Baltimore Sun here http://www.baltimoresun.com/balnews-mike-preston-20130507-staff.html  or on Twitter here https://twitter.com/MikePrestonSun

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Thursday, January 05, 2017

Carroll County Snow Emergency Plan is now in effect

Carroll County Snow Emergency Plan is now in effect

Thurs., Jan. 5, 2017 - I came home from the fire station a little while ago. If you must drive, be very careful. Better yet, just stay home... Just saying.

[Sta 3 BB][Milewski,Corey]Authority of MSP the snow emergency plan is now in effect. CHC is now on blue alert.  Stay safe

Monday, January 02, 2017

Breaking – this just in: The DNC has officially claimed that Russia is responsible for Mariah Carey's performance. 2Jan2017


Breaking – this just in: The DNC has officially claimed that Russia is responsible for Mariah Carey's performance. 2Jan2017
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D.C.’s ‘beyond broken’ criminal-justice system is an outrage

The Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency on Indiana Avenue in the District. (J. Lawler Duggan/For The Washington Post)

By Editorial Board December 30, 2016

“BEYOND BROKEN.” That characterization by then-D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier of the District’s criminal-justice system was dismissed by some as hyperbole. But the truth of her words has been borne out in excruciating detail over the past year by Post reporters who have chronicled how repeat violent offenders are released back into the community, only to commit new crimes. “Where the hell is the outrage?” asked the departing chief — a question that, more than ever in light of The Post’s revelations, demands to be addressed by the city and federal officials responsible for the system.

The failings of the mix of local and federal agencies that comprise the criminal-justice system in the District have been the subject of examination in The Post’s ongoing “Second-Chance City” series. Lax enforcement by key federal agencies and questionable judgments from the D.C. Superior Court were spotlighted in a case in which the release of an offender resulted in a woman being raped.



Sunday, January 01, 2017

Do not drink and drive. Your dog would not understand why you never came home.

Do not drink and drive. Your dog would not understand why you never came home. http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2017/01/do-not-drink-and-drive-your-dog-would.html


Dec. 31, 2016 - Do not drink and drive. Your dog would not understand why you never came home. I mean, I can explain to your family, friends and loved-ones that you had a terrible accident – but how will I be able to tell your dog? Help me out here – do not drink and drive. Give it a rest. Give me a break. Give the keys to a designated driver. Just saying. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10209669173819709&set=a.1514955267414.75651.1040426835&type=3&theater

  
Dec. 31, 2016 - Happy New Year from "A" shift at the Westminster Fire Dept. and Thomas. Don't drink and drive. You might not make it home and your dog will miss you. Besides we're the folks that will scoop you off the road... 31Dec2016 https://www.facebook.com/kevindayhoff/posts/10209667034766234?pnref=story 

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Saturday, December 31, 2016

Happy New Year from "A" shift at the Westminster Fire Dept


Happy New Year from "A" shift at the Westminster Fire Dept. and Thomas. Don't drink and drive. You might not make it home and your dog will miss you. Besides we're the folks that will scoop you off the road... 31Dec2016

Do not drink and drive. Your dog would not understand why you never came home. http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2017/01/do-not-drink-and-drive-your-dog-would.html #HappyNewYear

Dec. 31, 2016 - Do not drink and drive. Your dog would not understand why you never came home. I mean, I can explain to your family, friends and loved-ones that you had a terrible accident – but how will I be able to tell your dog? Help me out here – do not drink and drive. Give it a rest. Give me a break. Give the keys to a designated driver. Just saying. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10209669173819709&set=a.1514955267414.75651.1040426835&type=3&theater

Dec. 31, 2016 - Happy New Year from "A" shift at the Westminster Fire Dept. and Thomas. Don't drink and drive. You might not make it home and your dog will miss you. Besides we're the folks that will scoop you off the road... 31Dec2016 https://www.facebook.com/kevindayhoff/posts/10209667034766234?pnref=story


Friday, December 30, 2016

Caroline and I visited with family members at Krider's St. Ben's Cemetery

Caroline and I visited with family members at Krider's St. Ben's Cemetery in Westminster last Wed. to pay our respects to family members that have gone before us and made the the holidays what it is for us today. 28Dec2016

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April,1942 left to right: the late David S. Babylon, Jr., Harry Emigh, and Paul Cover


April,1942 left to right: the late David S. Babylon, Jr., Harry Emigh, and Paul Cover, in Westminster. Photo courtesy of Mrs. Evelyn Babylon and family.

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Caroline and I visited with retired Westminster Fire Dept. Fire Police Officer Wayne Spencer


Caroline and I visited with retired Westminster Fire Dept. Fire Police Officer Wayne Spencer at Grace Lutheran Church the other day. Wayne asked us to say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to his Westminster firefighter friends and colleagues. 28 Dec 2016

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Lonely is the runner that braves the cold temps to run 2 miles on the Wakefield Valley Trail


Lonely is the runner that braves the cold temps to run 2 miles on the Wakefield Valley Trail listening to Nickelback. Don't judge. Happy New Year 30Dec2016


Music, Music Nickelback, Sports Running Wakefield Valley Trail, #running, Dayhoff running,

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Dec. 27, 1976: “Don’t discard your Christmas Tree”



Dec. 27, 1976: “Don’t discard your Christmas Tree”

Dec. 27, 1976: “Don’t discard your Christmas Tree” – “Don’t discard your Christmas tree when it has outlived its utility in the house – it can be put to advantageous use around the garden…” From the Dec. 27, 1976 edition of the Carroll County section of the Hanover Evening Sun.


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Kevin Dayhoff is an artist - and a columnist for:
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Google profile: https://profiles.google.com/kevindayhoff/

E-mail: kevindayhoff(at)gmail.com

My http://www.explorecarroll.com/ columns appear in the copy of the Baltimore Sunday Sun that is distributed in Carroll County: https://subscribe.baltsun.com/Circulation/


See also - Kevin Earl Dayhoff Art www.kevindayhoff.com: Travel, art, artists, authors, books, newspapers, media, writers and writing, journalists and journalism, reporters and reporting, music, culture, opera... Ad maiorem Dei gloriam inque hominum salutem. “Deadline U.S.A.” 1952. Ed Hutcheson: “That's the press, baby. The press! And there's nothing you can do about it. Nothing!” - See more at: http://kevindayhoffart.blogspot.com/#sthash.4HNLwtfd.dpuf
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