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2021 “If I Were a Mayor” Essay Contest

Although we successfully pivoted the 2020 “If I Were Mayor, I would…” Essay contest, we are pleased to announce that the 2021 contest is back and will be implemented in full. We’re excited to continue one of the League’s long-standing traditions, educating Maryland’s fourth graders on how municipal government works and the role of the Mayor.  This year’s theme is: Teamwork through Flexibility, Respect, Leadership and Civility.

Please plan to support our program by:

  • Reaching out to 4th grade teachers in your area and directing them to the full new guidelines at www.mdmunicipal.org/2021essay
  • Coordinate a virtual visit to classrooms to highlight municipal government and the role of the Mayor

The Engagement and Outreach committee was able to identify a digital method of collecting essays, which will include regional Dropbox folders. Teachers will only be able to access these folders once they have submitted an entry form.

Information on the essay contest new guidelines will be mailed to teachers in January. Essay submission deadline is March 31, 2021

If you have any questions regarding this year’s contest please contact Paula Chase Hyman paulah@mdmunicipal.org or Sharon Easton sharone@mdmunicipal.org

Garrett County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center offers new Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

The Garrett County Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center recently had two electric vehicle (EV) fast-charging stations installed by Potomac Edison, a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp. The stations are among the first such units the company has installed in its Maryland service area.

Fast-charging stations, also known as direct-current fast chargers (DCFC), can provide an 80% charge for most vehicles in less than an hour, enabling drivers to recharge during the day or on a break. Each of the fast-charging stations at the Garrett County Visitors Center can accommodate one vehicle per station. Charging time is limited to a maximum of 4 hours.

The Garrett County Chamber and Visitors Center also had one Level 2 charging station, which can accommodate one vehicle for charging and deliver 8 to 24 miles of range per hour of charging, installed by Potomac Edison as well.  The maximum amount of charging time for the Level 2 charging station is also four hours.

The new stations are part of Potomac Edison’s EV Driven pilot program, a five-year Maryland Public Service Commission-approved program designed to benefit the state’s environment by reducing auto emissions and support Maryland’s goal to reach 300,000 zero-emission vehicles on the road by 2025.

Over the last two months, Potomac Edison has also installed new dual port Level 2 stations at Garrett College in McHenry and at Oakland Municipal Parking Lot, located at 108 East Oak St.

Electric vehicles offer a clean, efficient alternative to gasoline-powered vehicles, averaging as low as one-third the cost-per-mile of gasoline. Depending on the battery capacity, EV driving range can vary from about 80 miles up to 280 miles or more. The installation of public charging stations through the EV Driven program will help reduce “range anxiety” for EV owners, as well as provide key data to help determine future implementation efforts throughout Maryland and other areas served by FirstEnergy’s utilities.

Complimentary Commemorative 53rd Annual Autumn Glory Festival Items Available

During the 53rd annual Autumn Glory Festival from Wednesday, October 7 – Sunday, October 11, the Garrett County Chamber of Commerce will have complimentary commemorative Autumn Glory Festival items available to the public, while supplies last, at the Garrett County Visitors Center in McHenry.

The Chamber will distribute a photo magnet and postcard featuring the official 53rd annual Autumn Glory Photo sponsored by M&T Bank along with a 53rd annual Autumn Glory Festival commemorative pin. The public is invited to pick up these complementary items at the Garrett County Chamber of Commerce, located at 15 Visitors Center Drive McHenry, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., during the 53rd annual Autumn Glory Festival from October 7 – 11, 2020.

These complimentary Autumn Glory items will also be available at the Chamber’s Autumn Glory Craft & Gift Sale at the Ag Heritage Hall at the Garrett County Fairgrounds on Saturday, October 10 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday, October 11 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Items are available at each location on a first-come, first-serve basis, while supplies last.

9 holes + 9 holes = Thousand Acres Golf Club

Thousand Acres Golf Club, at Deep Creek Lake MD, proudly welcomes back Bob Raley as the new club General Manager.  Bob launched his career with Thousand Acres in 2007, with the construction of the first nine holes, currently available for play.  He returns this month to oversee the completion of the back nine holes and will lead the club to fulfill its 18-hole championship course destiny, anticipated in the summer of 2022.

Not only is Bob a Garrett County, MD local favorite, he’s an accomplished agronomist and has worked for national turfgrass and fertilizer companies.  “This is a dream job for me.  I get to finish what I started, do what I love, and help develop and manage one of the most beautiful and challenging courses in any resort area.”  The course is continually top-rated by players on social media and apps like TheGrint, GolfShot, Facebook, and Google reviews.  The course is housed in the private, luxury wooded lakeside community of Thousand Acres, and is open for play to members, residents, and the public.

For more information on Thousand Acres Golf Club visit https://thousandacresgolf.com/

For more information on purchasing a future homesite with a golf course or lake view visit https://thousandacresproperties.com/

Heritage Area Announces Annual Autumn Glory Turkey Trail

As part of the 53rd Annual Autumn Glory Festival, the Mountain Maryland Gateway to the West Heritage Area is once again celebrating the event’s roots by promoting area turkey dinners through the Turkey Trail.

The Turkey Trail features a local map along with a listing of local turkey dinners served in our region. Information includes food items served, pricing, location and hours of operation. The map and turkey dinner listings may be found online by October 2 at garrettheritage.com/turkey-trail—local-dinners or at the Garrett County Visitors Center. To be included in the listing, restaurants and organizations are requested to submit a form by September 30. The form can be found online at garrettheritage.com/turkey-trail—local-dinners.

“We are excited to promote the Turkey Trail tool for our visitors and residents to easily locate the local turkey dinners that are part of Autumn Glory and celebrate our heritage with a tasty tradition. People can attend multiple turkey dinners over the course of the five-day celebration,” said Kim Folk, Heritage Area & Groups Director for the Garrett County Chamber.

More than a decade before the Autumn Glory Festival became an annual event a group of local turkey growers organized and promoted community turkey dinners to promote their livelihood. The idea of a large festival was later developed to attract visitors to the area which led to the creation of the Autumn Glory Festival. Today, the festival welcomes approximately 80,000 attendees during the festival weekend. Activities include parades, band competitions, craft shows and so much more.

“The turkey dinners are as big a tradition as the fall foliage,” said Nicole Christian, president & CEO of the Garrett County Chamber of Commerce. “They have been occurring for more than six decades and we are pleased that we are able to officially incorporate them into the festival through our heritage area program.”

Questions about the Turkey Trail may be directed to Kim Folk at 301.387.5238 or email kim@garrettchamber.com.

Community Trust Foundation’s 2020 Humanitarian Award Event to be Live-Streamed

You are invited! Come together as a virtual community for the CTF Humanitarian Event to celebrate Mr. William G. Weissgerber’s philanthropic endeavors for Creating Opportunities for Our Youth. The event will be live-streamed on Thursday, September 10, 2020, at 7 p.m. and is free of charge.

Bill Weissgerber, of Garrett County, is a 1976 graduate of Southern High School, and an inductee into its Hall of Fame.  While widely known for his accomplishments in realty in and around Deep Creek, youth has been a focus of Bill’s community involvement for several decades. It began with charity softball games and basketball games in the Pittsburgh area, where he was born and grew up before moving to Garrett County in 1973.

After volunteering as a youth football coach, he discovered he had a passion for coaching youth athletics. At his own expense, he attended the prestigious Wooten Basketball School and went on to serve as both the Head Coach for the Southern Lady Rams JV Team and Assistant Coach for the Varsity Lady Rams during some of their most successful years, including two state championships. While he expected much of his teams, he was keenly aware of each individual under his tutelage.  He molded each young lady into not only a good player, but someone ready to meet life’s challenges with confidence and grace.

One of the most significant achievements of Billy’s life has been the transformative work of the WGW Community Youth Cup.  The three-day event has turned the unfathomable tragedy of three families, that each lost a child to separate circumstances in 2012, into an annual event of hope and charity.  The event includes a reception and two golf tournaments, as well as several community-based activities.  Since its inception, the WGW event has raised over $800,000 for over 75 different youth-related activities.

“Bill has created a legacy of giving back that has inspired the community to be a part of something bigger than themselves,” adds CTF director Leah Shaffer. “He embodies the traits of a philanthropic leader who humbly seeks to make a difference for the greater good.”

Bill is married to Debbie Weissgerber, and they are parents of two daughters Karisa and Holly.

Community Trust Foundation Live Stream Announcement

Out of concern for the health and well-being of all in our region, CTF has redesigned our traditional in-person celebration to a virtual format where everyone can attend safely. Let’s come together as a community and unite around our shared commitment to growing a stronger, more vibrant region.

The Community Trust Foundation connects philanthropy for community good in Allegany, Garrett, and Mineral Counties and is a way for local donors to give back to their community. CTF grants to local nonprofit organizations working to build a stronger community in the areas of Health & Wellness, Arts & Historical Preservation, Vibrant Communities & Thriving Environment, and Education & Youth Leadership.  For more information or to register to join the event visit www.ctfinc.org or call 301-876-9172.

Oakland “Run for It”

If you enjoy bringing your furry friends to the Oakland Dog Park, this is your opportunity to help us keep our Dog Park clean and beautiful.

The Clean and Green Team, one of several revitalization teams formed in 2016 to assist with revitalization projects for Oakland, is entering the Tucker Community Foundation Run For It event again this year. This is an annual event and cash awards are given out to non-profit organizations in Garrett, Preston and several other counties. Last year the team was awarded prize money which was applied to the purchase of flowers for the planters located throughout Oakland.  This year the Clean & Green Team is entering with the purpose of using their cash award to help refresh the landscaping and maintain the Oakland Dog Park.

You can help by entering this virtual race and either joining or supporting the team.  It is very easy.  This is a virtual race and the entry fee is only $10.00.  Details about the RUN FOR IT event can be found at:  tuckerfoundation.net/run.  Registration can be done on-line or paper race applications can be picked up at the dog park.  Please be sure to identify your team, as Clean and Green Team, Oakland Heritage Community Foundation.  The actual race date is Saturday, Sept. 26, at Davis, WV.  But this is a virtual event and you can walk, run, bike, or just play with your dog anywhere.  Registration applications and race fee are due by Sunday, September 20, 2020.

Any questions regarding this event or the Oakland Dog Park can be directed to Nicole McCullough at Oakland City Hall, 301-334-2691 or she can be reached by email at mainstreetgoba@gmail.com.

Wreaths Across America Request

On Friday, September 11th, 2020, Wreaths Across America calls for every American to stand outside and wave a flag for one minute at 8:46AM and then again at 9:03 AM.

At 8:46 a.m., On Tuesday, September 11th, 2001, five hijackers took control of American Airlines Flight 11 and flew it into the heart of New York City and the northern facade of the World Trade Center’s North Tower (1 WTC).

At 9:03 a.m., five other hijackers crashed United Airlines Flight 175 into the southern facade of the South Tower (2 WTC).

Following the events of 9/11, three patriotic women (Elaine Greene, Joann Miller and Carmen Foote) were moved to find an old American flag they had stored at home and stand on a hill in Freeport, Maine, waving that flag to honor victims. These women became nationally known as “The Freeport Flag Ladies,” and proudly hoisted the Stars and Stripes every Tuesday morning for the following 18 years.

After they retired on September 11, 2019, (their last 9/11 remembrance) the following Tuesday, September 17, 2019, Wreaths Across America took the helm and continued the weekly flag waving tradition along US Route 1 in Jonesboro, Maine, on land donated by the organization’s founder Morrill Worcester leading to the new Acadia National Cemetery.

Since that time Mr. Worcester has added a mile stretch of American flags (105 in total) on both sides of the road that lead to the entrance of Acadia National Cemetery which will open to the public for the first time on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2020. Mr. Worcester also donated the land for this new National Cemetery to be built in his hometown.

“Each Tuesday, we are joined by dozens of members of the local community and curious people stopping to be part of something meaningful,” said Karen Worcester, executive director, Wreaths Across America, and wife of Morrill Worcester. “Especially over the last six months, this flag waving has taken on new meaning for us all and given a spark of hope and patriotism during this difficult time in our country.”

Participants are encouraged to take video and pictures of their participation in the national flag waving and share them with Wreaths Across America, their family and their friends to help REMEMBER, HONOR and TEACH the generation born after 9/11, how hard times can strengthen us as a nation. Please use the hashtag #FlagsAcrosstheCountry and #AmericaStrong when posting on social media and tag the Wreaths Across America Official Facebook page.

“My husband and the community’s commitment to the mission and continuation of this important weekly tradition has taken on the additional meaning of American unity during this uncertain time,” added Karen. “I hope Americans will see this as an opportunity to not only honor those directly affected by 9/11, but also to follow in the footsteps of “The Freeport Flag Ladies.”

Wreaths Across America is the non-profit organization best known for placing veterans’ wreaths on the headstones of our nation’s fallen at Arlington National Cemetery. However, the organization, in total, places more than 2 million sponsored wreaths at over 2200 participating locations nationwide and offers other programs throughout the calendar year. These programs remember the events of 9/11 in their own way such as The Mobile Education Exhibit which will be visiting Kentucky in September and will join in the national flag waving effort. Radio host  Michael W. Hale of Wreaths Across America Radio will hold on-air tributes, and the on-line store will be selling #AmericaStrong signs made by the brother of “Lone Survivor” Marcus Lutrell (who gave a special family message during the Wreaths Across America Virtual Concert now streaming on Showcase NOW).

You can sponsor a wreath for $15 at https://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/. Each sponsorship goes toward a fresh balsam veteran’s wreath that will be placed on the headstone of an American hero as we endeavor to honor all veterans laid to rest on Saturday, December 19, 2020, as part of National Wreaths Across America Day.

Tuesday August 6

The weather for today will be mostly sunny with a high near 79 and a low around 63. Scattered showers, with thunderstorms also possible after 1pm. Chance of precipitation is 40%.

A collective “awwww” … Pamela Miller shared this photo of a momma and her babies:

Pam Momma Nursing Her Fawns

This month’s “Where Am I?” photo contest is posted — make your guess!

Cancer Support Group is tonight at 6:30pm.

Ladies Lounge at Sipside is tonight from 3:30-9:30pm.

And, Solar Flow Yoga begins at 6:00pm at Roots: Yoga.

Do you have kids ready to head back to school? The Garrett County Health Dept reminds us that a single dose of Tdap and Meningococcal vaccine is required for all students entering 7th through 12th and two doses of Varicella vaccine are required for students entering Kindergarten through 5th. Clinics are scheduled.

A “connect-a-dock” (seven 4 by 8-foot sections and two 45-degree angles) has been listed in our Online Marketplace under “docks”.

There is a Notice of Investigation issued by the MD State Fire Marshal — on August 2, 2019 there was a fire on Swanton Road. The primary cause is determined to be arson. Anyone with information is requested to contact the State Fire Marshal’s Office at 301-766-3888.

Garrett County Health Department To Hold Back-to-School Vaccine Clinics

The Garrett County Health Department reminds parents of the required vaccines for school students.

  • A single dose of Tdap and Meningococcal vaccine is required for all students entering 7th through 12th
  • Two doses of Varicella vaccine are required for students entering Kindergarten through 5th

These requirements went into effect 2013 as per the Code of Maryland, COMAR

They will hold two by-appointment immunization clinics for students in need of these vaccines for school entry. The first clinic is August 22nd from 8:30 am to 4 pm at the health department location at 1025 Memorial Drive, Oakland. The second clinic is August 23 from 8:30 am to 4 pm at the Grantsville location at 28 Hershberger Lane, Grantsville.

Tdap, Meningococcal, and Varicella vaccine will be offered free of charge and there will be no administration fee. Parents are asked to bring a current copy of the student’s immunization record. To schedule an appointment at one of the clinics, please call 301-334-7770 or 301-895-5355.

Also available at these clinics will be Gardasil®, the Human Papillomavirus or HPV vaccine, to age-eligible students. HPV vaccine is recommended for girls 9 to 26 years of age and boys 9 to 21 years of age to help prevent certain cancers caused by HPV infection including cervical, vulvar, vaginal, oral, penile, and anal cancers. Gardasil® will be offered at no charge for Vaccines for Children eligible students which includes those who have Medicaid, are un-insured, or whose insurance does not pay for the vaccine. There will be an administration fee for these students. Students with commercial insurance should bring a valid insurance card so their insurance can be billed for Gardasil®.

For more information call the health department at 301-334-7770 or 301-895-5355.


Wednesday June 12

The weather today will be mostly sunny, with a high near 68 and a low around 53. Showers possible after 3am. Southeast wind 11 to 15 mph.

Wow. By photographer Gordon Fisher:


The Grand Opening for the Believe in Tomorrow home is today from 3-5pm. Stop by if you can.

Tonight at 6:00 p.m. in the Garrett College Auditorium is the Public Hearing on the Proposed FY2020 Budget. The public invited to attend and public comments will be allowed.

DID YOU KNOW? Ticks can be as small as a poppy seed?! There were 5 ticks in yesterday’s muffin photo…. sorry to ruin your breakfast! Advice from the CDC on how to prevent tick bites and protect yourself is here http://bit.ly/2WcRqnr.

This weekend, the BlueShift dance group is coming to Deep Creek to share a workshop, masterclass, and a performance. The workshop on Saturday (Into to Modern Dance for Non-Dancers) is open to the public, ages 13 & up and no experience needed.

2019 Art, Wine, and Beer Festival Tickets are available! Visit the festival website to buy tickets, register to volunteer and get your discounted volunteer tasting ticket, and to learn about wine pairing dinners and accommodation specials. The fest is on September 7!

Do you ever wonder what the current Lake water temperature is? We have you covered with our temperature gauge! The blue line is the water temperature and the red line is the air temperature.

Tuesday June 11

The weather today will be SUNNY! A high near 65 and a low around 49. North wind around 6 mph becoming calm in the evening.

Today is the last day of school for Garrett County Public School students! Also, apparently it’s National Corn on the Cob Day and National German Chocolate Cake Day! Let’s celebrate!

Friends of mine, Bill and Sally, are avid birders and are sharing their morning bird walks — meet at the park in Friendsville at 8 am. Friendsville has a habitat is ideal for the yellow-throated warbler, Black-throated green warbler, yellow warbler, blue-gray gnatcatcher, great crested flycatcher, kingfisher, wood ducks, solitary sandpiper, Baltimore oriole, and more! Connect with them via the event link.

It’s Ladies Lounge at Sipside Lounge and Team Trivia at MoonShadow tonight!

Special shout out to Cash Vansickle for collecting donations for the adoptables at HART for Animals instead of presents for his 7th birthday! What a generous gift!

Here’s a photo of a poppyseed muffin from the CDC. Do you have any idea why? We’ll tell you the full story in tomorrow’s notes!CDC Lemon Poppyseed Muffin

Clear Mtn Bank has announced its annual photo contest! The bank is requesting photos of our local community — if your photo is a winner, it could be published in the 2020 calendar and you could win $50! Deadline for submission is July 31.

Check out this trailer video for Mark Stutzman’s upcoming Mountain Chautauqua Stories. This is a series of “digital films that illustrate a vibrant Victorian resort founded on Christian values, neatly nestled in the Appalachian Mountains of Maryland. From the original founders of 1881 to the Chautauqua’s decline in the 1930s, director, Mark Stutzman assembles a collection of archived postcards, family photos, documents, and captivating interviews from historians, residents, and eye-witnesses.” The project is funded in part by the Maryland Heritage Area Authority, the Mountain Maryland Gateway to the West, and the Town of Mountain Lake Park.

Monday June 10

The weather for today will be scattered showers (possibly a thunderstorm after noon) with a high near 69 and a low around 49.

“Through the Willows” was shared with us by @bstuck1 on Instagram.

@bstuck1 - though the willows at Deep Creek Lake, MD

Tomorrow is the last day of school for Garrett County students! Have a great summer!

Garrett County Public Schools has announced the details of the summer feeding sites — please share with those in need.

There is a new opportunity for Appalachia through the Workforce Opportunity for Rural Communities (WORC) program. the program will support workforce development activities that prepare eligible participants for good jobs in high-demand occupations aligned with a state, regional, or community economic development strategy. Vist the link for more on how to apply by July 15.

There is a cancer screening program available for Garrett County residents ages 50-64 who are uninsured or underinsured and meet income guidelines. Breast, cervical, colorectal, prostate, oral, and skin cancer are evaluated by local participating providers. Appointments are required — call the main number 301-334-7770 for more information.

The Garrett County Chamber has announced the 2020 Chamber Trip from March 21-28, 2020 will go to Peru: Ancient Land of Mysteries! if you may be interested, mark your calendar and register for the trip preview on August 12.

If your church or if you know of a church doing vacation bible school, please send us a message so we can share the details on our calendar!

GCPS 2019 Summer Feeding Sites for Children Under 18

The Garrett County Public Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge. Acceptance and participation requirements for the Program and all activities are the same for all regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. There will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service.
The Garrett County Board of Education would like remind parents that free meals for children 18 and under are available at the following locations:
Dennett Road School – 770 Dennett Road, Oakland, MD June 12th – August 23rd, 2019
Monday – Friday: Breakfast – 8:30 – 9:00 Lunch – 11:30 – 12:00

Liberty Mews – 451 Liberty Street Oakland, MD June 17th – August 16th, 2019

Monday – Friday: Lunch 11:00 – 11:20

Crellin – 57 Crellin Street Crellin, MD June 17th – August 16th, 2019

Monday – Friday: Lunch 11:35– 11:55

Garrett College (gym area) – 695 Mosser RD, McHenry, MD 21541 June 17th – August 16th, 2019

Monday – Friday: Breakfast 8:00 – 9:00
Monday – Friday: Lunch-12:00-12:30
*New* Mountain Village West – 175 Pysell Road, McHenry, MD 21541 – June 17th – Aug. 16th
Monday – Friday: Lunch 11:00 – 11:20

Friendsville Elementary School – 841 First Avenue, Friendsville, MD 21531 June 17th – Aug. 16th

Monday – Friday: Lunch 11:50 – 12:10

Grantsville Elementary School – 120 Grant Street, Grantsville, MD June 17th – August 16th,

Monday – Friday: Lunch 12:40 – 1:00

Loch Lynn – 319 Roanoke Ave. Loch Lynn MD (pavilion) June 17th – August 17th, 2019

Monday – Friday: Lunch 11:00 – 11:20

Deer Park – 198 Frank Custer Drive Deer Park, MD June 17th – August 16th, 2019

Monday – Friday: Lunch 12:45 – 1:05

Kitzmiller Community Park – 290 W. Main Street, Kitzmiller, MD June 17th – August 16th, 2019

Monday – Friday: Lunch- 11:45 – 12:05
Oakland Town Parking Lot – 103 Town Park Lane, Oakland, MD 21550 June 17th – August 16th, 2019
Monday – Friday: Lunch 12:10 – 12:30, Wednesdays 11:00 – 1:00
Bloomington Park – 334 North Branch Ave., Bloomington, MD – June 17th – August 16th, 2019
Monday – Friday: Lunch 12:20 – 12:40
The menu can be found at the Food & Nutrition Services website at http://www.garrettcountyschools.org/Summer-Food-Service .
Don’t forget to download the new mobile app in the app store or at Google Play.
In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA.
Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.