Team Delmarva Power, (above) from left, Stan Botts, John Allen, John Petito and Neil Baker, watch as celebrity teammate and tournament host Art Shell makes a putt. The team took first place with a score of 55 in round robin play. Baker also took awards for the men's longest drive at Hole #8 and closest to the pin at Hole #17.
WESTOVER, MD - (June 12, 2013) – Ideal weather, tall tales and great shots made the 2013 edition of the Art Shell Celebrity Golf Tournament another resounding success.
Thirty-six foursomes – a sold-out field of linksters – played alongside former athletes who volunteer to help Shell with the annual fund-raiser for UMES, his alma mater.
Returning for the second year in a row was former Washington Redskin Doug Williams, the Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XXII.
Protesting Jim Crow Admissions policy at Ford's Theatre
BALTIMORE - The Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) is happy to announce the first stop on its new traveling exhibit, Paul Henderson: Maryland's Civil Rights Era in Photographs, ca. 1940-1960. The 46-piece photo print exhibit opens on June 5 in the rotunda at Baltimore City Hall (100 N Holliday St., Baltimore, MD 21202). The traveling exhibit is nearly twice as large as the show currently on display at MdHS and is free and open to the public. Viewing times at City Hall are Monday - Fridays, 9am to 5pm. Photo ID is required for entry into City Hall.
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The Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage Somerset/Worcester Counties tour is Saturday, May 4th.The Littleton and Ann Long House in Princess Anne one of the eight grand old homes and gardens on the tour. It was built in 1830.
BALTIMORE, Md. – The only multi county tour on the statewide Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage (MHGP) of historic homes and gardens takes place in Somerset and Worcester Counties on Saturday, May 4th. There are eight properties on display. Profits from this tour go to The Lower Eastern Shore Heritage Council. One of the highlights of the tour is the Princess Anne property known as Hollyhurst, with its Flemish-bond brick work. The Federal-style house was lovingly revived in the early 1980s with the introduction of raised-panel woodwork.