May 18, 2022

Art & Lifestyle:

Community Garden Projects Recruiting Volunteers

Community Garden

Healthy St. Mary’s Partnership is looking for volunteers for its new Community Gardens Planning Committee.

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CTSi Earns Honors for Innovative Work During Pandemic

Pandemic

Coherent Technical Services Inc. is being honored for its resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Stars of the Festival — Cherry Blossoms!

Cherry Blossoms

The Lexington Park Arts Park will host the annual Cherry Blossom Festival from noon to 4 pm March 26, 2022.

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Rotary Supports Field Trips for At-Risk Teens

Rotary

The Rotary Club of Lexington Park has awarded the Greenwell Foundation $4,500 to bring the “Re-connecting Field Trips” to Great Mills High School this summer.

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Fabric Artist’s Work Featured at Lex Park Library

Library

A new exhibit featuring fabric artist Andi Cullins is set to open Monday, June 7, at the Lexington Park Library art gallery.

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MQ-8B Drone Crashes Upon Deployment

An MQ-8B Fire Scout UAV crashed upon deployment into the littoral combat ship USS Charleston and fell into the sea. It was not recovered.

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Juneteenth Sponsors Sought

Juneteenth Celebration

Junteenth celebrates everything that freedom means to Americans: St. Mary’s 13th Annual African American Heritage Celebration, June 18, 2016, noon to 8 at John G. Lancaster Park, free and open to all.

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Hackathon Will Highlight Tech in Gov’t

Hoyer Earns High Score From LCV

Second Congressional Hackathon will bring key leaders together to discuss efficiency and openness of government.

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Walter Duke: Missing No More

Walter Duke

The new Leonardtown MD elementary school named after native son and WWII hero Walter Duke, missing for 68 years, and home again.

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Bowman is Acting Library Director

Bowman

Mary Anne Bowman is named acting director of the St. Mary’s County Library.

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