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2008

Foresight: Back in 1975, as Americans were preparing to celebrate our nation’s 200th birthday, towns and districts across the country were working hard to be identified as a ‘Bicentennial Community’. Julius Grollman, a well-respected storekeeper and ... Read more

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Having faced bitter political races, battled cancer, and lost both her husband and her best friend in the same year, Margo Bailey knows what it’s like to face adversity. Still, she moves ahead, proudly representing her town—the county seat of Marylan... Read more

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As a member of the Board of Directors of the Wiley H. Bates Legacy Center, Glen Burnie lawyer Evelyn O.A. Darden felt compelled to nominate Kathleen Koch to be profiled. Darden observed Koch working “tirelessly for the last 11 years as she spearheade... Read more

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She is the first woman mayor of Annapolis in the city’s 300-year history yet she is also the mother of five children who genuinely love to spend time with her. She has a huge heart when it comes to animals, routinely feeding all the stray cats in her... Read more

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The common thread that ties together her varied accomplishments—from founding and serving as CEO of Womanship International, the sailing and powerboating school for women, owned and run by women, to directing the League of Women Voters of the United ... Read more

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“It was always quite clear that I was going into education—that I would become a teacher,” says Carol Sheffey Parham—superintendent of Anne Arundel County Public Schools, 1993–2001. Read more

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Linnell Bowen is unassuming but obviously passionate about her work with and for children and adults. Since 1996 she has been the executive director of Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis. Read more

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