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Dad, Pops, Padre, Father…

Father’s day… A day where fathers are honored or a day where dads can be lazy and have a good excuse for it. Two different explanations that are practically the same.
On July 19, 1910, the governor of the of Washington proclaimed the nation’s first “Father’s Day.” It was not until 1972, 58 years after President Woodrow Wilson made Mother’s Day official, that the day became a nationwide holiday in the United States.


Calvert Woman’s Club goes on a Round Top adventure

Donna McBee stands in front of JW's in Round Top

Members of the Calvert Woman’s Club enjoyed “A Round Top Adventure”, Thursday, April 4. Ella Lee Hart, Jeanne Williams, Vonnie Burnitt, Alice Griffin, Donna McBee, Mary Foyle Alston, and guest Lynda Fleming met at Katy Hamman Stricker Library and Heritage Center at 9:45a.m. to caravan to their destination. Each first weekend in April and October, the areas of Round Top, Carmine, and Warrenton are converged upon with countless vendors, dealers, and sellers of all kind. They come from all over the country and erect tents, booths, and occupy buildings to display their wares. One and all are invited to look over their offerings; from antiques to collectibles, to just about any item you might imagine—new or old, furniture to textiles to western items, shoes, clothing, etc. So much you might not see it all in a day, or weekend. Buyers and lookers come from all over the country as well.


Calvert Ladies flaunt Red Hats

On Tuesday, April 23 Calvert Red Hats, Puttin on the Ritz, had lunch in Cameron at Ginno's Italian Restaurant. Following the lunch, the ladies enjoyed an afternoon of shopping at "The Bling Box Boutique" right next door to Ginno’s. One Red Hat shopper described it as, ”a beautiful store where a girl could just hang out all day. “Anyone who would like to join them, they would love to have you. Contact a Red Hatter for the next day out. There is no fee, just grab a red hat, a red bow, or scarf, or not. Just come. Calvert Red Hat ladies attending were Diane Linkenhoker, Olivia Washburn, Mary Foyle Alston, Ruth Bellomy, Sheila Wiese and Evelyn Seigler.

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Diana and Ronny Werner presented the program “Developing Leaders”


The Calvert Woman’s

club met at 3:30 p.m., Thursday,

January 10, at the Katy

Hamman Stricker Library. In

keeping with one of the clubs

exclusive purposes for which

it was organized: Education,

Ronny and Diana Werner presented

a program entitled, Developing

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Franklin’s Got Talent


Prima Ballerinas from the MCM dance company deliver a

stellar performance to Cinderella at the Annual Franklin’s

Got Talent.

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Addisyn Green


Addisyn Green shows off her sparkle when she danced to

“Call Me Maybe” at Franklin’s Got Talent.


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