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Cecil County Life Fall/Winter 2015 issue

Nov 05, 2015 02:08AM ● Published by Richard Gaw

Welcome to the Fall/Winter edition of Cecil County Life. In this edition, we bring you to the Rumbleway Farm, to where the best of the old ways of farming are still being celebrated ... We bring you the town of Port Deposit, whose leaders are helping to restore the quiet hamlet along the Susquehanna and prepare it for a bright future ... We introduce you to Dr. Mary Way Bolt, the new president of Cecil College, as well as to Annmarie Hamilton, the executive director of the Cecil County Arts Council ... These and many more features await you, in this edition of Cecil County Life.

Community celebrates the opening of a recreational treasure - Nov 04 2015 0154PM

Community celebrates the opening of a 'recreational treasure'

Hikers, walkers, and bikers now enjoying the Ben Cardin Trail section of the C&D Canal Recreational Trail Read More » 

 

The old ways are the best ways at Rumbleway Farm - Nov 04 2015 0130PM

The old ways are the best ways at Rumbleway Farm

Things haven't changed all that much at this 62-acre farm since it began in the 1700s Read More » 

 

Bolt leads Cecil College into the future - Oct 29 2015 0155PM

Bolt leads Cecil College into the future

A profile of Dr. Mary Way Bolt, the new president of Cecil College Read More » 

 

Upcoming documentary focuses on the history of the Conowingo Dam - Nov 04 2015 0146PM

Upcoming documentary focuses on the history of the Conowingo Dam

Producers are looking for people to share their stories about its construction in the 1920s Read More » 

 

Port Deposit Future town along the Susquehanna - Nov 02 2015 0122PM

Port Deposit: Future town along the Susquehanna

With new plans in place to stimulate economic growth, a spirit of optimism is reviving a town that many thought had vanished forever Read More » 

 

Cecil County Q  A Annmarie Hamilton Executive Director of the Cecil County Arts Council - Oct 28 2015 0249PM

Cecil County Q & A: Annmarie Hamilton, Executive Director of the Cecil County Arts Council

Annmarie Hamilton, 'The Cecil County Arts Council goes everywhere. You can't name a town in Cecil County where we haven't been!' Read More » 

 

Historic Holly Hall is saved by Preservation Maryland - Nov 04 2015 0137PM

Historic Holly Hall is saved by Preservation Maryland

Group will get funding and crews to the site of a building that's on the National Register of Historic Places Read More » 

 

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