Cecil County Life Spring/Summer 2015 issue
Jun 10, 2015 09:03AM ● Published by J. Chambless
In this issue of Cecil County Life, we introduce some of the people who are working to protect Chesapeake City's historical heritage ... We introduce you to 100-year-old Rebecca Smith, who looks back on a life filled with memories ... We introduce you to Elkton resident Angela Hodgetts, who is writing a book about the famed building that is now Minihane's Irish Pub ... We also take you to the people who are creating a new art district for Elkton ... Read it all in the new edition of Cecil County Life!
Chesapeake City's leaders are carefully implementing a plan to maintain the history of a town that grew up around a canal, while promoting it as a fun and distinctive destination. Read More »
Three visionaries give a 234-year-old piece of history a new life Read More »
It's one of only eight elite events on the tour, and thousands of spectators are expected to turn out. Read More »
Cecil County Life Spring/Summer 2015 Edition