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Two of those titles were Lift Off! Several magazines credits are hers. She lives in Oregon with husband Rich. Ramirose is employed as a graduate assistant at the CWU library and works in the reference and instruction, government documents, and archives departments. She volunteers in the archives and local history collection at the Ellensburg Public Library. Ramirose also enjoys working with children through the Youth Services Center in Ellensburg.
An avid fan of science fiction and fantasy, in Traci participated in the National Endowment for the Humanities institute on J. She is also a proponent of multicultural literature, particularly relating to Spanish language materials. She facilitated and created an After-School Book Club for her students that was a great success.
She continues to look for exciting fiction and non-fiction books to enhance her classroom and teaching style, as well as maintain the motivation of the students. Nancy Baumann received a B.
She has been a classroom teacher, special education resource teacher, and school librarian in both middle and elementary schools.
It was through these studies that her love for children and young adult materials was strengthened. Here she makes her greatest impact by providing local teens a safe place to meet, where they can find resources they need — and, for a time, leave their worries behind them. She taught K as both a regular and special teacher.
Right now, she teaches special education in an inner city school in Topeka, Kansas. She been published multiple times in several magazines and newspapers and currently working on getting books published.
As an avid reader, she has enjoyed reading fiction and nonfiction all of her life. She lives with her two school-aged children and husband outside Topeka.
Sheri Bell-Rehwoldt is an award-winning freelance writer and editor who enjoys writing about the arts, cool places, and out-of-the-box thinkers. She currently works freelance and has produced Standard Operating and Procedures manuals for several corporations and city governments.
She is currently working on study guides for authors and illustrators, as well as, informational guides for parents. She works as a middle school teacher in Clayton County, Georgia, focusing on language arts and literature. Surely you must be kidding. But with adulthood brought a new love and understanding. Now she spends her time reading as much as she can and she works with kids, to help them try and find what they love in a book.
Nanci currently works at the public library in Portland, Oregon and at a charter school. This gives her the unique perspective about what kids are reading. Jean has a B. Jean has taught in middle schools and high schools in Arizona and Iowa and has published in the areas of young adult literature and the mentoring of beginning teachers.
D is author of over 30 books for children and young adults. Recent books for young adults are Margaret Mead: You can visit Mary at her website. In this capacity, Ms. Braverman works with over elementary age students weekly recommending and purchasing books for their pleasure and enrichment. Prior to teaching in a school media center, she worked in the academic library at Towson University.
Braverman loves to curl up with a good book and to read with her own kids! Carolyn Briles holds a B. As a grown up, she taught mathematics at both the university and high school levels, and also worked as an engineer and intelligence analyst and Los Alamos National Laboratory.
As a child, she read Little House books every chance she could and dreamed of growing up to be Laura Ingalls Wilder. She currently lives in Leesburg, VA, where she writes fiction and devotionals for children and teens. Dawna Lisa Buchanan was born and raised in Canada. She has lived in several provinces in her own country and in many cities throughout the United States.
She is currently a Professor of Literacy Education at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri, where she teaches courses in literacy education.
Buchanan has always been committed to issues of social justice and multicultural understanding. She is a published creative writer and the mother of two young adult children. Her scholarship includes international picture books; visual and aesthetic literacy; using multicultural books to promote critical thinking and cultural competence and the examination of international texts for cultural perspectives and understanding.
Her work background includes: Hazel Buys is an artist and writer who works from home in Richmond VA. Hazel was educated in the United States and in Europe, completing a M. She remains a life-long student of French, German and Spanish. Hazel has also worked as an art teacher in a Montessori pre-school, a consultant for a Respite Resource Project and as an ESL instructor.
Keeping her equally busy now are her husband, son and three dogs, who create a lively household. Hazel reads voraciously in all genres, writes and illustrates picture books and writesYA fiction novels. Her fine art paintings are exhibited locally and nationally and are included in private collections in Europe and the United States.
She works with students and faculty to provide research assistance. She received her Master of Science in Library Services from Clark Atlanta University and have worked in public, special and academic libraries for over 30 years.
She enjoys creating videos in Animoto and Camtasia. Carroll is a writer, editor, and tutor living in Greenbelt, Maryland. She earned a Ph. Her academic publications include the book Word, Image, and the New Negro: Representation and Identity in the Harlem Renaissance and a host of essays, book chapters, encyclopedia articles, and book reviews. Christine Cassello was born in Chicago, Il and still lives in the neighborhood she grew up in. She is a graduate of James H. As a child, she was rarely without a book, much to the consternation of her parents and eye doctors.
After graduating, she began a career in educational publishing. Kristina has written or edited hundreds of books in literature, language arts, history, economics, and science. Michael Chabin writes stories, articles, and interactive animations to help kids explore the fantastic worlds of math and science. As an engineer, he has built systems to help astronomers find stars, help oceanographers map the ocean floor, and help researchers in education to understand how children learn.
Some of his animations can be seen at thecuriouswoods. His email address is chabin thecuriouswoods. She provides reference, instruction, outreach, and collection services. She also collaborates with colleagues in the interdisciplinary areas of energy and the environment, as well as provide research assistance for two of the libraries. Fifteen years of her life has been spent organizing people, their work, and their events.
This line of work requires a smile, good communication and organization skills, and strong attention to detail. She loves what she does, and has had the opportunity to proof read endless documents and proposals, write speeches, public service announcements, and newsletters.
Then, she became a mom. By the time the children began attending school, she had acquired a lifetime of ideas and stories. She put pen to paper and created a blog, www. With a desire to learn how to harness her creativity, she enrolled in a series of writing classes at Johns Hopkins University.
This resulted in the creation of a manuscript for a chapter book. A second chapter book is under way. She enjoys writing as well as reading; perusing pretty much anything she can get her hands on. She holds a B. Currently, Miriam is writing a series for for DisneyTravel. Miriam has a B. She lives with her husband, three children, and pet dog, Sammy. Her love for the genre has grown as she has experienced the pleasures of reading alongside her children. Heather has volunteered in school libraries around her hometown and led the preschool story time in one of the schools for three years.
Erica Clark is an undergraduate student at McDaniel College in Maryland majoring in Spanish and Psychology with a minor in elementary education. A member of the Maryland State Teachers Association, Erica plans to become a public school Spanish teacher after graduation. Bethany Miller Cole is a life-long reader, writer, and the mother of four elementary school-aged children.
She holds a BA in English and publishes romance novels under a pen name. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee where she enjoys movies, outdoor adventures, scouting, and exploring used bookstores and antique malls. She is married and currently living in Pleasant Grove, Utah where she is raising her two young children.
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Each year states give money to nonprofit organizations that provide these kinds of services. Do you know somebody who would benefit from free eye care because they cannot afford it otherwise?
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To provide financial support to the disabled and others in New Jersey who use prescription drugs. This program is open to residents of New Jersey who are either disabled or over 65 years of age and who purchase prescription drugs, insulin and insulin needles, and certain diabetic testing materials. That last point reflects something unusual about Mr. Hogan — his willingness to adopt some would say, co-opt ideas and policies first proffered by Democrats and claim credit for them.
It drives Annapolis Democrats nuts. They argue, not without some justification, that Mr. Hogan has no real agenda and is instead running on theirs. To which we would respond: How exactly is that going badly? We are accustomed in Maryland to governors who are the real drivers of policy, but what we have instead with Mr. Hogan has offered little in the way of an agenda for his second term beyond offering more of the same.
In , citizens of Oceania use doublethink to erase events from history. If a debate occurs on MPT amid a cacophony of Trump tweets and receives only brief press coverage, did it occur? The debate struck me as a draw at the time, and Jealous needed more than a draw even if the audience exceeded political junkies.
In contrast, Jealous presented Maryland as impoverished and facing rack and ruin thanks to Hogan. Neither remotely resembles the state I know.
Fact checking by the reporters would have been most welcome. Hogan and Jealous both came across as smart and knowledgeable. Jealous was more patient but frequently went into high dudgeon and berated the governor instead of addressing the voters. A key reason Jealous lost is that he failed to turn the debate to questions on which Hogan is on the wrong side of public opinion. Never came up in the lengthy debates about the economy and living standards.
Another problem Jealous faced is that the tactics used to effect in the primary—getting outraged and outbidding his opponents—fell utterly flat. Jealous lived in California and then DC until recently and never voted in a gubernatorial primary until he voted for himself.
Jealous, for example, repeatedly derided Hogan for taking so long to declare an opioid emergency. Jealous faced the same problem on issue after issue, as Hogan could point to sensible bills passed by the General Assembly already accomplishing these goals.
Already done and trying to outbid and do more sounds expensive and requiring more taxation. Except that voters can judge Hogan by his record, and voters care more about hearing about the general direction and clear ideas.
The coup de grace occurred when Jealous trotted out yet again that the Baltimore Sun named him Marylander of the Year. Though there is no love lost between Hogan and the Sun , he positively enjoyed pointing out to Jealous that this was something they had in common, as he too was a past Marylander of the Year.
In short, Jealous failed to shift the debate to advantageous ground. Following is her press release. The Board validated more than 13, of the signatures that were submitted earlier this month. With the help of canvassers and volunteers, Floreen collected over 20, signatures in just 25 days in her bid to be listed on the ballot. This petition drive was historic. The demand for a more inclusive choice was fueled by more than 20, people in less than a month.
The County Board of Elections July statistical report showed , registered voters, , of which are unaffiliated. With nearly , votes cast, Marc Elrich won the Democratic primary for County Executive by 77 votes over second-place finisher David Blair. We need to optimize people, process, and technology for a better Montgomery County moving forward.
As County Executive, I plan to grow jobs and skills-based training, provide regional solutions to address transit challenges, greater access to mental health services, and significantly increase school construction. Floreen officially launches her campaign today and will open a campaign office in Rockville.
For more information, contact Sarah Van De Weert or visit www. Labor is known for supplying money and manpower to the Democratic Party in an alliance dating back decades.
But the truth is more complicated owing to the complexities within the labor movement little appreciated by outsiders.
Why is this such a big deal? A big chunk of its half a million members work in the construction industry alongside unions representing carpenters, electricians, operating engineers, iron workers, bricklayers and more.
Accordingly, it has an interest in landing construction projects for its members. It represents large numbers of African Americans and Latinos who are not as socially conservative as the other trades and public safety unions that are supporting Hogan. Many LIUNA members are government employees, and in Montgomery County, the union represents trash haulers who are employed by county contractors. There is no indication that the union will spend any money promoting Hogan, who — Lord knows! We are skeptical that those margins will hold.
But none of this is good for the Democrats. Hogan must be smiling all the way to the hiring hall and beyond. The author worked for LIUNA in and and spent sixteen years working for building trades unions. Ben Jealous is the latest in a long line of national political figures with little to no experience running for office who try to parachute into Maryland politics and find the landing rocky.
Republicans often tried this strategy in the past due to the dearth of local talent. Barbara Mikulski easily dispatched Linda Chavez to win her Senate seat in Paul Sarbanes defeated Alan Keyes with little trouble in and Mikulski trounced him in While Townsend had developed Maryland roots, her strong links to the Kennedys undermined perception of her as a local.
Though many Marylanders hail from elsewhere, especially in the DC area, Maryland identity remains strong. The relatively unknown Jealous smartly likes to tout his Maryland roots. Jealous only began voting here in He was touted as a candidate for mayor of Oakland California not Maryland in , and voted in California in and His running mate, Susie Turnbull, has been active in Maryland much longer, including as head of the Maryland Democratic Party.
Like Jealous, she has not run previously for local office. He touted endorsements from Sens. Meanwhile, he did not tout a single endorsement by a local official during the primary on the endorsement page on his web site. As the Democratic nominee, Jealous now has the backing of most elected Democrats, though many expect him to lose and are not heavily invested in his campaign.
Jealous has felt lots of love from the national political establishment and from ultra-progressives. Not so much from Maryland officials or Maryland general elections voters. Is Early Voting Turnout up? Good News for Democrats At the time of the primary, Early Voting Information Montgomery County has eleven early voting centers scattered around the county.
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