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D Dobbins August 23, 2012 at 05:36 pm
I am so, so, so, so happy that Esther is willing to do this. I have a Maltese and was so veryRead More tempted to help out but mine (Trixie) is so incredibly jealous and territorial I could not figure out a way to make it work. Ever since receiving a link to the article from a friend I have thought of little else and I cannot tell you how relieved I am to know this story seems headed to a happy ending for one and all. YAY ESTHER!
Jenni Pompi (Editor) August 23, 2012 at 05:38 pm
Connie said the response has been overwhelming!
Esther Dunton Winkler August 23, 2012 at 06:04 pm
Still have not heard from family :(. Was reallly excited as was my 14 yr old daughter and our 2 yrRead More old Maltese Abby who could be their twin. Hoping to atleast hear from family to let them know about us and our home
cathy July 20, 2012 at 09:34 am
I have had a sheltie for many years. He is also a rescue dog. I cannot say enough about howRead More wonderful this breed is. They are loyal loving animals. Who ever adopts him will be lucky to have him
Mutts Matter Rescue July 20, 2012 at 12:39 pm
Thanks Cathy. Agreed. He is a sweet, gentle soul and is going to make someone an excellent companionRead More or family pup.
Susan Hendrix July 20, 2012 at 01:40 pm
I volunteer and foster for the No. Chesapeake Sheltie Rescue so I can truly appreciate the work thatRead More you guys do. Owen is a beautiful Sheltie. I hope he finds a home soon. I've posted his bio and Suzanne's contact info on the Sheltie Rescue FB page, my FB page and will post something on Sheltie Nation. Good luck!
Bonnie Oskvarek July 2, 2012 at 12:00 pm
Did I miss a page? There's no mention of Laurel's fireworks on July 7th.
Sonia Dasgupta (Editor) July 2, 2012 at 02:14 pm
There is an event in Laurel on the 7th. All of these are fireworks on the actual 4th of july! ButRead More Laurel Patch will have info on that show and I can add the link to this post then! We'll also be sure to update in case there are any cancellations. Thanks!
Jonathan Triggs July 2, 2012 at 03:46 pm
There is a free fireworks show on July 3 at Trinity Assembly of God 7800 Good Luck Road inRead More Lanham/Greenbelt. Free kids activities at the Boys and Girls Club ball fields adjacent to church grounds. Door prizes. Free concert by local and regional musicians. Event starts at 6 pm. Bring your own chair or blanket.
Maureen Sweeney Smith May 1, 2012 at 03:40 pm
If Catonsville Rails To Trails couln't win, then the next best project is Patapsco HeritageRead More Greenway. Congratulations to PHG! Thanks to Patch for running such a great "green" contest. It was fun.
David Hutton May 1, 2012 at 06:24 pm
I've been having great fun volunteering with PHG, and I admire the great work they are doing!
Betsy McMillion May 1, 2012 at 08:06 pm
Thanks so much to all of our friends who have supported the Patapsco Heritage Greenway! I recognizeRead More many of these names as our dedicated volunteers who are helping us make a difference in the Patapsco River watershed! Kudos to all those other environmental groups making a difference too - we are all in this together. Betsy McMillion, Executive Director P.H.G.
Melissa Long April 29, 2012 at 01:13 pm
Bread and Cheese Creek clean up committee
Karen A. Palman April 29, 2012 at 02:42 pm
The Kentlands Community Foundation supports and encourages volunteerism in many programs includingRead More the Go Green Group. The Go Green group educates and advocates for green practices in our small community in a BIG way. Our community leaders and volunteers make Green fashionable.
Steve Davies April 29, 2012 at 04:25 pm
It seems unlikely that "one comment" will net $500. As Patch explains, "we'll pick aRead More comment at random and the organization gets a check. There is one shot per commenter but other commenters who support the group are welcome — so the more comments an organization receives, the better chance it has at winning. If you know of a worthy nonprofit, have it mobilize its supporters to leave comments." It actually sounds to me more like a way for Patch to boost traffic on its site so AOL can go to advertisers and Wall Street investors and say, see--it's working! To those offended by my cynicism, sorry, but when the pool of comments includes people who have commented twice, and people with unrecognizable names, the word "randomness" loses its meaning.