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Influential Marylanders: 2010 Honorees

INFLUENTIAL MARYLANDERS *Up-and-comer honoree CIVIC LEADERSHIP William Baker President/CEO, Chesapeake Bay Foundation William Baker began working at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation right out of college and has been president and CEO of the group since 1982. The organization is now ...

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Y Camp Guide 2010

“Play hard, get wet, make new friends, learn new skills and more”: that’s how the Y of Central Maryland describes its summer camps. The Y runs so many camps for so many children that we list them separately below. Weekly ...

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4-H Camp Guide 2010

4-H camps in Maryland are organized by the University of Maryland Extension. The Maryland 4-H Youth Development Web site is www.maryland4h.org and the phone number is (301) 314-9070. Carroll County 4-H Youth Development Camp 700 Agriculture Center Westminster, MD 21157 ...

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The Daily Record honors 2010’s Influential Marylanders

The Daily Record’s fourth annual list of Influential Marylanders features state residents from all walks of life who are influential in a wide variety of ways and settings, ranging from restaurants to professional football to the federal bench to middle ...

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2010 Summer Camp Guide

Our list of summer camps was updated for 2010 with information from the camps themselves, or with information from their Web sites. The Daily Record called or emailed every camp listed last year, and we’ve added several new ones. We ...

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On the Move – Business Edition

Apparel Bill Goudelock has been named a designer for Nouveau Contemporary Goods, of Baltimore, and its design service, Whitehead Appel Design, which handles residential and commercial projects. Goudelock most recently worked for Fulmer Associates Architects in Columbia, S.C., and has ...

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Editorial: Disturbing foreclosure numbers

There are some disturbing numbers on the horizon for homeowners even as signs of economic recovery begin to emerge. As reported this week by The Daily Record’s Robbie Whelan, the slowing in the number of foreclosure filings in Maryland indicates ...

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Week in Review – Business edition

Snow stopper Monday brought a break from the wintry weekend snow, but it was soon back to the snow shovel as Maryland’s second big storm in less than a week settled in, this time with high winds to complicate things. ...

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Editorial: No time for judicial raises

We commend the Maryland Judiciary for holding the line on requesting pay raises for judges for a second consecutive year. “We can’t really ask for one [pay raise], given the situation,” said Court of Appeals Judge Clayton Greene Jr., who ...

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A note to our print readers

The print edition of The Daily Record may be delayed in reaching you due to delivery problems caused by this weekend's record snowfall. We appreciate your patience as we make every effort to get the newspaper to you as soon as possible. Meanwhile, our Web site continues to bring you the latest business and legal news.

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