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I Scream, You Scream

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Release Date: 03/25/2022

SECU's Kindness Campaign show art SECU's Kindness Campaign

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Public Relations Manager Maureen O'Prey finds out more about SECU's Kindness Campaign from Executive Vice President Becky Smith. They talk about the origin of the program, how it's grown beyond just the credit union and how anyone can participate.

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Rock Hall Fall Fest - Oysters, Music and More show art Rock Hall Fall Fest - Oysters, Music and More

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This Saturday, October 8th is the 25th year of the Rock Hall Fall Fest, where oysters, music and artisans take over Main Street. We chat with Bob Ford, who handles publicity for the annual event, about what brings thousands to this small Eastern Shore town every autumn (including the Catonsville High School Steel Drum Band) and the slower pace of life that draws residents and visitors to this quaint corner of Kent County.

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44. The Craig Willinger Fund: Making Soccer Dreams Come True show art 44. The Craig Willinger Fund: Making Soccer Dreams Come True

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After being diagnosed with stage 4 chronic lymphocytic leukemia in 2007, Baltimore native Craig Willinger got to see his beloved Bayern Munich play in Germany thanks to the generosity of local soccer fans. He was determined to bring that same joy to others facing serious medical conditions. Although Craig passed away in 2012, his quest lives on through the Baltimore-based nonprofit named for him.  We chatted with board member Simon Torres to learn more about the organization and its signature fundraiser this weekend, the Craig Willinger Footgolf Classic.

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43. Closing Out FY 2022 with GAD show art 43. Closing Out FY 2022 with GAD

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The books are officially closed on Fiscal Year 2022 and Maryland has $2 billion more than expected. How did we get here, where does that money go and what happens next? Tune in for an in-depth discussion with Christopher Kratzen and Luther Dolcar from the General Accounting Division to learn everything you ever wanted to know -- and probably more -- about state accounting practices.

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Paul Tue III - Kent County Schaefer Award Recipient show art Paul Tue III - Kent County Schaefer Award Recipient

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On the surface, there's not many similarities between Washington, D.C., where Paul Tue III grew up, and Kent County, where he's lived for 15 years. But Tue saw the largely rural community provided few opportunities for young men to develop character and leadership -- so he's made it a mission to do just that, which is why he received the 2021 William Donald Schaefer Helping People Award for Kent County.

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Humane Kind show art Humane Kind

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Talbot Humane is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year. We chatted with executive director Patty Crankshaw-Quimby and Board President Bridget Horner about the challenges of working with animals in need (and their owners) during a global pandemic, trends in pet adoptions and exciting expansion plans in the future.

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MACo Podcast Row Part 5 – Kevin Kinnally show art MACo Podcast Row Part 5 – Kevin Kinnally

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We’re back from the Maryland Association of Counties summer conference in Ocean City for a wrap-up conversation with Kevin Kinnally, MACO’s legislative director and co-host of the Conduit Street Podcast. He walks us through highlights of the conference and some of the major themes that county leaders will be facing in the months to come.

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MACo Podcast Row Part 4 – Delegates Eric Ebersole and Pat Young show art MACo Podcast Row Part 4 – Delegates Eric Ebersole and Pat Young

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It’s double trouble from the Maryland Association of Counties summer conference in Ocean City as Baltimore County Delegates Eric Ebersole and Pat Young take part in a freewheeling discussion about policy, politics, personalities and those infamous fireside chats.

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MACo Podcast Row Part 3 – Santo Grande show art MACo Podcast Row Part 3 – Santo Grande

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Next in the hot seat from the Maryland Association of Counties summer conference in Ocean City is Santo “Sandy” Grande, president and CEO of Delmarva Community Services, one of the most comprehensive social service organizations in the state offering a slew of programs to residents needing assistance. Hear how the nonprofit started in 1974 with just three staff serving 15 clients and now has roughly 300 employees serving thousands of residents.

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MACo Podcast Row Part 2 – Pamela Wood show art MACo Podcast Row Part 2 – Pamela Wood

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Our interviews from the Maryland Association of Counties summer conference in Ocean City continues with Pamela Wood of the Baltimore Banner. We chat current events and ask her to dissect the state of the media locally and beyond, as well as what it’s like being part of the state’s emerging news outlet.

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