Super Blood Wolf Moon Sunday evening, Jan. 20, 2019 Kevin Dayhoff I ventured out into the cold to attempt to get a few pictures of this evening’s lunar eclipse, the so-called, “Super Blood Wolf Moon.” And I mean cold. Here on the west end of Westminster, our thermometer was reading 15 degrees; although it is … Continue reading Super Blood Wolf Moon
Carroll County Poor People's Campaign organizational meeting Saturday January 19th By Kevin Dayhoff Friday, January 18, 2019 There will be Poor People's Campaign organizational meeting on Sat., Jan. 19th, 2019 at the Westminster Library, 50 East Main Street https://patch.com/maryland/westminster/carroll-co-poor-peoples-campaign-organizational-meeting-sat https://ccnaacp7014.blogspot.com/2019/01/carroll-county-poor-peoples-campaign.html According to Carroll County NAACP executive board member Rev. Erin Snell, there will be Poor … Continue reading Carroll County Poor People’s Campaign organizational meeting Saturday January 19th
Time Flies Dayhoff: America's oldest banker when he died, John Cunningham enjoyed walking, cycling and poker January 11, 2019 by Kevin Dayhoff As we put away another year and look forward to a new one, it is only fitting that we remember one of the many great Carroll Countians that have gone before us: John … Continue reading Time Flies Dayhoff: America’s oldest banker when he died, John Cunningham enjoyed walking, cycling and poker
Pictures for articles on Nationwide Civil Rights Education Delegation Visits Marks, Miss. The Quitman Co. Administrator and I wrote for the Quitman County Democrat about our visit to Marks, Miss. on Jan. 4, 2019. The article also appears in Across Mississippi Patch here: https://patch.com/mississippi/across-ms/s/glh5j/nationwide-civil-rights-education-delegation-visits-marks-miss On January 4, 2019 a nationwide delegation from Westminster and beyond … Continue reading Pictures for articles on Nationwide Civil Rights Education Delegation Visits Marks, Miss.
Slain Davis police officer Natalie Corona Wow – so sad: “… but authorities say Limbaugh walked up to a traffic accident that Corona was called to and started shooting at her patrol car, a fire truck and a minivan…” I guess this reinforces our training about safety perimeters. According to ODMP: “As Officer Corona was … Continue reading Slain Davis police officer Natalie Corona
January 8th, 2019 By Quitman County Administrator Velma Benson-Wilson and Kevin Dayhoff, former Mayor of Westminster Md. On Jan. 4, 2019 a nationwide delegation from Westminster and beyond visited Marks, Miss., and participated in a history and education forum. Westminster, MD Patch and Across Mississippi Patch Please find photo captions at the end of the … Continue reading Nationwide Civil Rights Education Delegation Visits Marks, Miss.
Worship this Weekend January 5 & 6 Epiphany means “manifestation.” On this day we celebrate the revelation of Christ to all nations. Along with the magi, we kneel at Jesus’ feet. We give the gift of our praise, but God’s gift to us is the great epiphany of God’s grace and mercy. Renewed in worship, we … Continue reading Grace Weekly 1/3/2019
On Saturday, Saturday, January 26, 2019, at 9 a.m., Carroll County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Steven A. Lockard will be the guest speaker at the 16th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. breakfast at Martin’s of Westminster, sponsored by the Carroll County NAACP Branch 7014. Tickets are still available $35 in advance $40 at the … Continue reading CC NAACP’s 16th Annual MLK Breakfast Jan. 26, 2019 9 am Martins
This story is too fun: “I ordered a box of crickets from the Internet and it went about as well as you’d expect,” by Christopher Ingraham December 29, 2018 in the Washington Post. Find it here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2018/12/29/i-ordered-box-crickets-internet-it-went-about-well-youd-expect/?utm_term=.a0a393b763f6 Christopher Ingraham – Washington Post: “I ordered a box of crickets…” “For Christmas this year, my family adopted … Continue reading Christopher Ingraham – Washington Post: “I ordered a box of crickets…”