Guidelines for COVID-19 as of March 10, 2020 Updated: March 12, 2020 By Kevin Dayhoff, Westminster Common Councilmember, Westminster Fire Department PIO and Chaplain and Maryland Troopers Association Lodge #20 Chaplain. Westminster Maryland March 10, 2020 – Municipal, county, and state officials have been carefully monitoring local, national, and international developments regarding the outbreak of … Continue reading Guidelines for COVID-19 as of March 10, 2020
Carroll County declares state of emergency due to coronavirus Carroll County declares state of emergency due to coronavirus: 'We’re not going to stop it at this point’ By MARY GRACE KELLER CARROLL COUNTY TIMES | MAR 13, 2020 | 2:15 PM The county’s first case of the coronavirus, or the COVID-19 disease it causes, was announced Friday afternoon. … Continue reading Carroll County declares state of emergency due to coronavirus
We Can All Prevent Suicide Found on the Suicide Prevention Lifeline website https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ Retrieved March 15, 2020 Labels: Firefighters death, Firefighters EMS, Law Order Police, Law Order Police safety, Medicine Health Suicide https://dayhoffwestminster.blogspot.com/2020/03/we-can-all-prevent-suicide.html Understanding the issues concerning suicide and mental health is an important way to take part in suicide prevention, help others in crisis, and change the conversation around … Continue reading We Can All Prevent Suicide
First Responder suicides Study: Police Officers and Firefighters Are More Likely to Die by Suicide than in Line of Duty No date – Retrieved Nov. 2018 A white paper commissioned by the Foundation has revealed that first responders (policemen and firefighters) are more likely to die by suicide than in the line of duty. In … Continue reading First Responder suicides
Governor Hogan Announces Additional Steps to Protect Marylanders From Coronavirus Feb. 27, 2020 Will Include $10 Million in Emergency Funding in Supplemental Budget, Details Statewide Preparedness Efforts Underway, Encourages Marylanders to Use 2-1-1 Hotline for Questions and Concerns, Discusses Coordinated Response with Vice President Pence ANNAPOLIS, MD—At a press conference today at the State Emergency … Continue reading MD Governor Hogan Announces Additional Steps to Protect Marylanders From Coronavirus
Retrieved March 15, 2020 https://www.healthline.com/health/coronavirus-incubation-period Everything You Should Know About the 2019 Coronavirus and COVID-19 Medically reviewed by Meredith Goodwin, MD, FAAFP The 2019 novel coronavirus or COVID-19 is a new type of coronavirus. Learn all about this type of coronavirus and how to prevent it.READ MORE Treatment for Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Medically reviewed by … Continue reading More information on COVID-19 from Healthline.com
ICYMI, yesterday we wrote a post about Cindy Rose’s post about the anal sex being taught in FCPS! As promised, she wrote a Part 2 after going down to the central office to “inspect” the materials. Brace yourself for some interesting takes on how FCPS is disrespecting ALL the girls:
This lesson seems to say through its silence, our daughters are objects for the enjoyment of others. More times than not, it’s our daughters feeling pressured to consenting to sex. Where are they taught they can say “no”?
Yes, #1 of the lesson says “Make sure you both consent to whatever you plan to do sexually.” Get that? “…whatever you plan to do….” The stage is set. It doesn’t say “You do not have to have sex.” It actually says “you shouldn’t”. I know the 21st Century education system likes to play fast and loose…
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Since the expulsion of Shreve, Chmelik, and Delauter from our fine county government, we’ve been taking it a bit easy. We’ve also been able to relax during this year’s BOE election, because guess what? Cindy isn’t running! (Side note: We have a pretty great slate of people running this year!) Instead she’s decided to buy (how much could we get for the Yokel?) and run The Tentacle. Mostly it’s been the same tripe we’ve been used to seeing in the Noodlely Appendage….until today. BEHOLD:
She’s still harassing FCPS with her multiple PIA requests, so much so that we’ve speculated they had to hire the new ombuds just to deal with her! You can read the original post here, but we are going to break it down for ya!
She begins by telling us that an 8th grade parent contacted her regarding…
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“A Tribute to Dr. Dean Griffin” by the Rev. Dr. Sarah Babylon Dorrance Feb. 10, 2020
Pastor Sarah writes, “Recently a good family friend passed away. Dean and his family were always a part of our family. Like other close families, we did life together. Growing up, the Griffins always stopped by on Christmas afternoon, for the annual Easter egg hunt, and summer family barbecues, to name but a few occasions. Dean’s family took me skiing in Canada. It is because his family hosted a French AFS student that Cora and I became lifelong best friends. Our family stories are intertwined.”
Read much more here: https://revsarahdorrance.wordpress.com/2020/02/10/a-tribute-to-dr-dean-griffin/
What does a life look like that is trying to follow in the footsteps of Jesus? The short answer is that the life lived is a reflection of the image of God-the very image in which each human being is created; in the image of God.
Recently a good family friend passed away. Dean and his family were always a part of our family. Like other close families, we did life together. Growing up, the Griffins always stopped by on Christmas afternoon, for the annual Easter egg hunt, and summer family barbecues, to name but a few occasions. Dean’s family took me skiing in Canada. It is because his family hosted a French AFS student that Cora and I became lifelong best friends. Our family stories are intertwined.
Dean was a jokester and he talked to everyone around him, to include every waitress and nurse who cared for him. For…
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Last Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019 Westminster Councilmember Ben Yingling and I joined many great folks at a luncheon to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Literacy Council of Carroll County. ++++++++++++++++++ Carroll County Literacy Council Celebrates 40-years By Westminster Councilmember Kevin Dayhoff Last Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019, the Literacy Council of Carroll County celebrated its … Continue reading Carroll County Literacy Council Celebrates 40-years