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April 22nd, 2014 No Comments

by Ted Hebb Each year millions of young athletes venture onto the athletic fields around the country. Each of these student athletes hope for at least a winning season. Some of them dream of becoming professionals in their chosen sport. What happens when because of an injury, or simply because of a lack of ability,

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April 2nd, 2014 No Comments

JWB: Coming of Age by Charissa Roberson It was summer, and I was six years old. The thunder of the water over the dam echoed in my ears as I clambered up the side of a large rock, my hands and feet finding the familiar holds. I hauled myself up to the top with a

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March 7th, 2014 No Comments

A recent story and editorial in the Frederick News-Post helped focus attention on an effort by residents of Lake Linganore to consider whether or not to incorporate into a town. An ad hoc committee was appointed by the LLA Board in 2009 to examine the impacts, both positive and negative, of incorporating the Lake Linganore

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January 28th, 2014 No Comments

The Man, The Vision & Lake Linganore’s History by Charissa Roberson I stared out the window of the car as I drove home. I passed the welcoming Lake Linganore sign, and followed the gentle curves of the road through the tall trees. It was so well-known to me, and yet it felt strange. I was

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November 26th, 2013 Comments Off on GM’s State of the Association

by Bob Kimble, General Manager As the year comes to a close, we look back to reflect on all that has happened in our lives, our community and worldwide. Every year families experience unexpected changes. Life has an uncanny way of providing incredible joy in one instant and the weight of a challenge in another.

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October 1st, 2012 No Comments

Why do we fear falling forward? Is it the blindness of the plunge or maybe unforeseen expectation that prevents us from disarming?  We revel in the concept of progression, but often eagerly retreat with our familiar albatrosses.  We ought not delay our impulses as their persistence is fleeting and our endeavors are quick to fall

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September 5th, 2012 No Comments

The state of the world has been fairly dreary and uneventful over the past few years with the exception of a few successes-Osama bin Laden Assassination, Higgs Boson….XFactor (I’m just sayin’).  Despite these few highlighted victories, I’m feeling a little down and out.  We’ve shut down NASA and we’ve experienced one of the worst man

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September 4th, 2012 No Comments

“I eat 20 gallons of chocolate frosting per day, I never exercise, and I rub bacon grease on my face before bed every night.” – Judith, Cleveland I wish I could eat like Judith and maintain a svelte 1950s physique.  Women from that era always had the look of a Pan Am flight attendant—thin, put

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