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

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Silver Oak Academy Black History Celebration February 26, 2019


Silver Oak Academy Black History Celebration February 26, 2019

February 26, 2019 6 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.


Donations accepted at the door. For more information contact Sheila Leatherbury at 410-775-1745 X 6243
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A Tribute to Nat King Cole by the Eric Byrd Trio Feb. 2, 2019


A Tribute to Nat King Cole by the Eric Byrd Trio Feb. 2, 2019

Saturday at 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Carroll Arts Center
91 W Main St, Westminster, Maryland 21157

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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

A new Carroll Community College continuing education class by Sarah Abel DeLuca


A new Carroll Community College continuing education class by Sarah Abel DeLuca

Who: Anyone who has ever wanted to draw or paint!

What: Drawing and Painting from Imagination and Memory

A new continuing education class by Sarah Abel DeLuca

Where: Carroll Community College

When: Saturdays, 9-11:30 am

February 2- March 19, 2019

Register for "Identifying and Building a Personal Iconography"

For more information call: calling 410-386-8100



Sarah Abel-DeLuca has an MFA from Brooklyn College and has taught art for 20 years at the high school and college levels. Her work has been exhibited in Maryland and New York and hangs in private collections throughout the United States and Europe. As the owner of “Sarah Abel-DeLuca, Artist” (www.abelartist.com), she makes her living as a commissioned painter. https://www.carrollcc.edu/cet-arts/?utm_campaign=lllartsad&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=socialmedia
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Monday, January 28, 2019

Welcome to the monthly Lunch About Nothing in Westminster


Lunch About Nothing with approximately 35 of my best friends. Rafael's 32 West Main St. 28Jan2019

Welcome to Lunch About Nothing, September 24, 2018. Held the fourth Monday of the month at Rafael's in Westminster (not necessarily the last Monday) 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. Next lunch February 25. Just buy your lunch from a great menu of salads and fresh sandwiches.

Make new contacts and see friends. Business is everywhere if you look. Bring some friends. Bring plenty of business cards and fliers. Be prepared to introduce yourself with a 30 second elevator speech. You can even bring a few things to sell if you are a crafter or artist.

It is important to keep your name out there. You never know where the business is and name recognition is important when someone needs your service or product.

It is a good place to look for a new employee or to get your name out there for a job. Long term relationships will bring you business. No need to RSVP. You do not need to join. The group is open. Invite your friends and new people you meet.



Some of the folks at the Lunch About nothing on Monday, January 28, 2019 included:









  



Thursday, January 24, 2019

NAACP monthly meeting reminder – TODAY – this evening, Thursday, January 24, 2019

NAACP monthly meeting reminder – TODAY – this evening, Thursday, January 24, 2019

This month, our meeting will take place this evening Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 7 p.m. in 1st floor conference room Carroll Non-Profit Ctr on 255 Clifton Blvd.

Monthly meetings are every 4th Thur. of the month at 7 p.m. in 1st floor conference room Carroll Non-Profit Ctr on 255 Clifton Blvd. November and December meetings are held on 3rd Thursdays.

Hopefully this evening we will hear more about the annual Union Memorial Baptist Church Slave Narratives presentation from Carroll County NAACP Executive Board member Diane Hurd.

Save the date: The 2019 “Slave Narratives” program at the Union Memorial Baptist Church will take place this year during Black History month on February 23rd, 2019.

Carroll County NAACP Executive Board member Diane Hurd reports that more detailed information will follow soon.

She also reports that that this year’s program will include 14 narratives – and she still needs a few more readers. So if you are interested in participating in this moving and informative program, please contact E. Board Member Hurd

I have written about this event in the past. It is well-worth squeezing the event into a busy calendar. I have written about the event in the past. On March 5, 2017 I wrote: “Time Flies: Dayhoff: Slave Narratives bring to life a glimpse at Maryland's dark past.”

If serious threatening vitriolic hate mail is any measure of the quality of a newspaper article, I scored well. It all goes with the territory I guess. SMH.

Please enjoy, “Time Flies: Dayhoff: Slave Narratives bring to life a glimpse at Maryland's dark past.” http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/columnists/cctnews-dayhoff-0305-20170303-column.html 

March 3, 2017 - Last Saturday afternoon, 50 people gathered at the historic Union Memorial Baptist Church on Center Street in Westminster for a production of the "Maryland Slave Narratives." The production was an opportunity to pull back the curtain of time and take a glimpse at the dark past of slavery in America from the comfort and safety of sitting in the pews at church. Read more here:

http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/columnists/cctnews-dayhoff-0305-20170303-column.html 

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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

The Jan. 22, 2019 premier of “Heroin Still Kills.”


Brian DeLeonardo, Carroll County State's Attorney shares a few opening remarks as folks have filled the Scott Theater for the Jan. 22, 2019 premier of "Heroin Still Kills."

Labels: #DayByDay, Carroll Co Community Events, Heroin Still Kills, Medicine Health Drug Abuse Heroin, Medicine Health Drug Abuse Heroin CCo, Public Safety Law Order Drugs

Monday, January 21, 2019

Super Blood Wolf Moon

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 the wind that really made it miserable to stand out on the back patio and attempt to get a picture.

I froze my fingers off – and in the end I did not get a good picture. I was disappointed to not get a good picture, but it was still fascinating to observe. Apparently it does not happen again until 2022.

According to an article by Scott Dance, for the Baltimore Sun, “Baltimore-area skies could clear in time for the 'Super Blood Wolf Moon' on Sunday night,” “Total lunar eclipses are known for creating “blood” moons because instead of fully darkening the moon behind Earth’s shadow, light that bends around Earth’s atmosphere can sometimes cast a reddish tint across it.

“This one is ‘super’ because it coincides with lunar perigee, when the moon is at its closest point to Earth in its elliptical orbit around the planet. Super moons can appear slightly larger and brighter than other full moons, though it can be hard to tell with the naked eye.

“And January’s full moon has long been known as the Wolf Moon, because of long howls the animals call out during their breeding season. It has also been known as the Old Moon, the Ice Moon, or the Moon After Yule.”

Read the rest of Mr. Dances’ article here: https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/weather/bs-md-super-blood-wolf-moon-20190115-story.html

According to an article by Kendra Kent and Ben Dorenbach for Fox Carolina, “It's a crazy name for a large full moon undergoing a total eclipse on Sunday night! The term "wolf" comes from the Native American tradition of naming the full moon in January after the wolf (apparently wolves howl more during the early, coldest part of the year to communicate with their pack mates.) Rest the rest of the article, “Super blood wolf moon happening tonight,” here: https://www.foxcarolina.com/weather/weather_blog/super-blood-wolf-moon-happening-tonight/article_7f26296e-183d-11e9-b75d-67df505234ac.html

Meanwhile in Alaska, where it’s warmer than here in Carroll County, KTUU posted this picture of “Once in a blue moon, we have a Super Wolf Blood moon.” Tracy Sinclare wrote, Sat., Jan. 19, 2019 - , “ANCHORAGE (KTUU) — It’s a rarity — a total lunar eclipse that coincides with the moon being at its closest point to Earth. On Jan. 20, 2019 North and South America will be able to see the Super Wolf Blood moon. The ‘super’ part is a result of the moon at perigee when the moon is at its nearest point to Earth during its orbit. It will appear seven to 14 percent bigger than a ‘regular’ moon.

“Every full moon during the year has a name. According to the Farmer’s Almanac, the January full moon is the ‘wolf’ moon. ‘Amid the cold and deep snows of midwinter, the wolf packs howled hungrily,’ the Almanac reads.

“And it’s a ‘blood’ moon because of the total lunar eclipse which makes the moon appear red or orange. During a total lunar eclipse, the sun, Earth, and moon are aligned in space. Light gets refracted around the earth, and Earth’s atmosphere strips out the blue light leaving red, orange, and gold to reflect on the moon.

“‘How gold, orange, or red the Moon appears during a total lunar eclipse depends on how much dust, water, and other particles are in Earth's atmosphere, as well as factors such as temperature and humidity,’ according to NASA.”

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Friday, January 18, 2019

Carroll County Poor People's Campaign organizational meeting Saturday January 19th


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


According to Carroll County NAACP executive board member Rev. Erin Snell, there will be Poor People's Campaign organizational meeting on Saturday January 19th, 2019 at the Westminster Library Large Meeting Room, 50 East Main Street, Westminster, MD 21157 from 10 AM - noon.

All interested folks are welcome to attend to learn more about current Poor People's Campaign efforts.

According to information on the flyer provided by Rev. Snell, “Join us to learn more about the new Poor People’s campaign and strategies to use in developing a plan to bring Carroll County into this movement to challenge poverty, systemic racism, the war economy, ecological devastation and our distorted national moral narrative….

“Carroll County needs a Poor People’s Campaign. 27 % of Carroll County households are struggling to pay for basic living expenses including housing, food, healthcare, and transportation.

“Across our nation there is a movement building to revive Dr. King’s vision of creating a “new and unsettling force" in this country. Together we are challenging the policies and distorted moral narratives that perpetuate oppression…”

For more information contact: Maryland@poorpeoplescampaign.org

Also find additional information on Facebook: @marylandppc - https://www.facebook.com/marylandppc/ Maryland Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival.

In case of bad weather – go to the Facebook page for more information - https://www.facebook.com/marylandppc/

For more information on a recent Carroll County NAACP and McDaniel Zepp Center visit to Marks Miss., the birthplace of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s 1968 Poor people’s Campaign, go here: https://patch.com/maryland/westminster/nationwide-civil-rights-education-delegation-visits-marks-miss
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"I am a voice calling out across the great divide
I am only one person that feels they have to try
The questions fall like trees or dust, rise like prayers above

But the only word is 'courage'
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Thursday, January 17, 2019

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

16Jan2019 by Tommy Toaster
This is the story of the lonely vacuum cleaner. 
About how an old and aging vacuum cleaner was left in the “Buzzard’s Crust Big Shed Studio” all alone on Christmas Day. 
What could possibly be meaner?
It missed its friends the electric water heater and the dehumidifier. 
What more can I say.
It had no idea why it was left all alone on Christmas Day – in the dark, and the cold, without its friends.
It missed being in a warm house – with the sounds of children.
Not a creature was stirring – not even a mouse.
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Westminster Fire Dept. and MTA Lodge #20 Chaplain and PIO
Ad maiorem Dei gloriam inque hominum salutem.
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Monday, January 14, 2019

smithson & weiner @ SMK copenhagen

smithson & weiner @ SMK copenhagen

lawrence weiner

#photographers on tumblr #robert smithson #lawrence weiner #art #art gallery #interior #architecture #statens museum for kunst #copenhagen #art spaces


Lawrence Weiner SMK Copenhagen:

The exhibition title SÅ LÆNGE DET VARER* is a translation of the text piece AS LONG AS IT LASTS by the artist Lawrence Weiner, who in 1994 painted a version of this work on the walls of The Renaissance Society.

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Press release: From 7 December 2017, the x-room venue at SMK – The National Gallery of Denmark will show the exhibition SÅ LÆNGE DET VARER* by internationally renowned artist Nairy Baghramian. With an installation produced especially for the x-room, Baghramian reflects on the role of the institutional frame as an experimental space that is made available to contemporary art.


National Gallery of Denmark
Sølvgade 48-50
1307 Copenhagen K

Phone +45 3374 8494

E-mail smk@smk.dk
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Pictures for articles on Nationwide Civil Rights Education Delegation Visits Marks, Miss.

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.


On January 4, 2019 a nationwide delegation from Westminster and beyond visited Marks, Miss., Atlanta, Ga., Tuskegee, Ala, Montgomery, Ala, and Birmingham, Ala.

January 8th, 2019 By Quitman County Administrator Velma Benson-Wilson and Kevin Dayhoff, former Mayor of Westminster Md.

The 51-member delegation, from as far away as New England, Chicago, Connecticut, Seattle, Baltimore, and Westminster Md. were part of an educational tour of historic civil rights sites in Atlanta, Ga., Tuskegee, Ala, Montgomery, Ala, Ruleville, Miss, and Birmingham, Ala.

The article appeared on the front page of the weekly edition of the local Quitman County newspaper In January 2019.



The article has also been published in the Westminster Patch, here: https://patch.com/maryland/westminster/nationwide-civil-rights-education-delegation-visits-marks-miss


1. Quitman County Miss.: For more info about Quitman Co. Miss. visit www.quitmancountyms.org

2. Samuel McCray: When the delegation arrived in town Jan. 4, 2019, they were welcomed by the City of Marks’ Mayor Joe Shegog Jr., and Samuel McCray, the retired field representative of Congressman Bennie Thompson, who currently serves as the vice-chair of the Mule Train Historical Society. Kevin Dayhoff photo.

3. Civil Rights educational delegation: The distinguished Judge Charles Harrison, in the red sweater and black hat rides along on the bus during a four-day bus tour of historic civil rights sites in the south, in early Jan. 2019. Behind Judge Harrison is former Westminster Md. Mayor Kevin Dayhoff, and Caroline Babylon, the daughter of a leading civil rights advocate in Carroll County Md. in the 1950s through the 1970s.

4. Marks Miss. history forum panel: Following the tour, the group gathered at the Quitman County Middle School gym for a panel discussion moderated by Jackson State University professor Dr. Hilliard Lackey. The panel consisted of local residents who actively took part in, or witnessed the historic civil rights activities in Marks during 1968: From left to right: the current Quitman County Board of Supervisors president Manuel Killebrew; Dr. Valmadge Towner, the president of Coahoma Community College, Helen Ingram, Samuel McCray, and the Reverend Michael Jossell, Sr. Kevin Dayhoff photo 4Jan2019.

5. Civil Right Activist James Meredith: Civil Right Activist James Meredith was present in the audience at the Civil Rights history forum in Marks Miss. on Jan. 4, 2019. A nationwide civil rights delegation had the opportunity to meet with him and hear his remarks. Kevin Dayhoff photo

6. Dr. Hilliard L. Lackey III and Mrs. Ora B. Phipps: The delegation was also honored with the presence of Ora B. Phipps, the widow of Armstead Phipps. Now in her 90s, she shared poignant insights and details about historic events from over 50-years ago. Kevin Dayhoff photo

7. Velma Benson Wilson, Quitman Co. Administrator: Left to right: Jaby Denton, Mitch Campbell, Dr. Evelyn Jossell, and Velma Benson Wilson, Quitman Co. Administrator. Kevin Dayhoff photo 4Jan2019

8. Charles Alphin, Sr. and Gerald Alphin, of DDK Tours: Charles Alphin, Sr. and Gerald Alphin, of DDK Tours join hands with the participants of the Civil Rights forum in Marks Miss. on Jan 4, 2019. 

Charles Alphin, Sr., the director and CEO of DDK Historical and Educational Tours, which facilitated the visit, has been working with the King Center in Atlanta and guiding historic tours since the 1980s. He said after the visit, “If you do not know where you come from, you don’t know where you are going.”


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Time Flies Dayhoff: America's oldest banker when he died, John Cunningham enjoyed walking, cycling and poker


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 H. Cunningham.

On Dec. 31, 1965, John Cunningham passed away within a few hours of his 99th birthday. Local historian Jay Graybeal wrote of “his rich life, including his interests in bicycling, walking and poker,” in a March 16, 1997 column in the Carroll County Times.

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Cunningham was born on New Year’s Day in 1867. According to his obit, “On January 1, 1885, while a senior at Western Maryland College, Mr. Cunningham began his banking career as a clerk with the Farmers and Mechanics National Bank, [at 105 E. Main St. in Westminster] following the footsteps of his father William, who was a clerk there.”

He worked in the same office, with the same employer for his entire life — from 1885 until when he passed away in 1965. “Many days he walked the mile to work from his home at 95 West Green Street.”





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Slain Davis police officer Natalie Corona


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 conducting an investigation at the collision scene a person not involved with the crashed rode up to the scene on a bicycle. As Officer Corona spoke to one of the persons involved in the crash the man then walked up to her and opened fire without warning, striking her. He shot her several more times after she fell to the ground before shooting randomly at others bystanders and vehicles…”


The story behind this image of slain Davis police officer Natalie Corona

DAVIS, Calif. (KTVU) - In the image, she's wearing a royal blue gown, carrying a black-striped American flag with a thin blue line streaked across it.

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It's this compelling photograph of slain Davis police officer Natalie Corona that circulated throughout the country on Friday, hours after the 22-year-old was shot to death by a suspect identified on Saturday as Kevin Douglas Limbaugh, 48.

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"I would like this photograph to serve as my gratitude for all those law enforcement men and women who have served, who are currently serving, and those who have died in the line of duty protecting our liberties in this great country," Corona wrote on her Facebook page on Oct. 21, 2016. She used the hashtags: #LawEnforcement #Blueline #Thankyou #Lausphotography.

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Corona's father, Jose Merced Corona, spent 26 years as a Colusa County Sheriff's sergeant before retiring and getting elected to the county's Board of Supervisors last November. Her mother is a first-grade teacher, and two cousins are also in law enforcement, Gomez said.

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She grew up in a tight-knit family in the Northern California town of Arbuckle. The family had emigrated from Mexico a few generations ago and had become established members of their community.




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Sunday, January 13, 2019

Falafel Shack, 9 North Main Street, Chambersburg, PA


Falafel Shack, 9 North Main Street, Chambersburg, PA 17201 717-404-8282 www.falafelshackpa.com
Our family – the Cimbala, Dorrance, Dayhoff, and Babylon family went to eat here on Friday, 11Jan2019 and we really enjoyed the food, the service, and family friendly Mediterranean atmosphere. Our food was wonderful. Our server was competent, capable, friendly, and delightful. The owner, Amir, took the time to come over and say hi, and chat with us a bit. We really recommend the Falafel Shack to other families. Enjoy. @FalafelShack https://www.facebook.com/FalafelShack/
Falafel Shack, 9 North Main Street, Chambersburg, PA 17201 717-404-8282 www.falafelshackpa.com

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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...


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Baltimore Sun Carroll Eagle: http://tinyurl.com/KED-Sun
Westminster Fire Dept. and MTA Lodge #20 Chaplain and PIO
Ad maiorem Dei gloriam inque hominum salutem.
The assemblage of this website is from multiple sources - http://kevindayhoffart.blogspot.com/2004/01/the-assemblage-of-this-website-is-from.html

Grace Lutheran Church in Westminster, Md.



Caroline, Grammy, and I are on the altar guild at Grace Lutheran Church. Last Friday, 11Jan2019, The Altar Guild chair Cynthia Beckhardt, Caroline, and I changed-out the paraments at church. We changed the liturgical hangings for the altar, lectern, and pulpit. I really liked the views of the sanctuary after we turned-out the lights and took a few pictures. http://gracelc.org/

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