April 3, 2020

I Am Lexington Park – John Duckett

Want to give a shout out to the Lexington Park community? Drop us a line at vikivolk[at]lexleader[dot]net.

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I Am Lexington Park – Rich Young

Rich Young greets us from Patuxent Baptist Church. Want to give a shout out to the Lexington Park community? Drop us a line at vikivolk[at]lexleader[dot]net.

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I Am Lexington Park – Thomesha Williams

Thomesha greets us from Starbucks. Want to give a shout out to the Lexington Park community? Drop us a line at vikivolk[at]lexleader[dot]net.

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I Am Lexington Park – Tina Garrison

Tina Garrison greets us from Hair in the Square. Want to give a shout out to the Lexington Park community? Drop us a line at vikivolk[at]lexleader[dot]net.

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A Wing and a Prayer

As much as Lexington Park is a naval aviation town, it is also a place of churches.

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I Am Lexington Park – Mr. Patel

Mr. Patel greets us from California Wine and Spirits. Want to give a shout out to the Lexington Park community? Drop us a line at vikivolk[at]lexleader[dot]net.

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Ah, bravo Figaro!

For tickets call 410-326-6082; email orchestra@cosmicmusic.org; or visit COSMICmusic.org.

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I Am Lexington Park – Darlene

Want to give a shout out to the Lexington Park community? Drop us a line at vikivolk[at]lexleader[dot]net.

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“Something there is that doesn’t love a wall”

So wrote¬† Robert Frost of his New England neighbor and their spring ritual to walk and repair the stone wall separating their properties. “To each the boulders that have fallen to each,” he wrote: We wear our fingers rough with handling them. Oh, just another kind of outdoor game, One on a side. It comes to little more: There where it is we do not need the wall: He is all pine and I am apple orchard. My apple trees will never get across And eat the cones under his pines, I tell him. He only says, “Good fences make…

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Forging Ironmen in Wildewood

Calling all potential Ironmen (and women)!

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