A participant’s journey through Frederick County Agriculture 7:15 am – Watching the class come in, many decked out in plaid shirts, jeans, and boots in response to a Facebook post encouraging folks to dress up for Halloween as scarecrows. The joys of social media requests. 8:00 am – Thinking how happy classmate Kelsey Maslen looks presenting on Agriculture in […]
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History Day Shows that Leaders Create Long Term Impact Crash Course in Tourism and TravelJohn Fieseler, Executive Director of the Tourism Council of Frederick was the facilitator for the day. His leadership in the areas of travel and tourism has benefited Frederick County immensely. In 2011, more than 1.5 million visitors traveled at least 50 miles to visit […]
Frederick County — Leaders Now and YesterdayI lived a childhood steeped in history. My dad was a history buff. I grew up on a farm on the Monocacy River in a house built in 1753 and named Pennterra Manor. My parents bought the farm about the time I was born. I’m one of seven children […]