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by BOB MAGINNIS | October 2, 2002
Kendel Ehrlich missed our first appointment for an interview, but it was not because she'd gotten caught up in her husband Robert's campaign for governor. It was something far more important; her small son Drew had a fever and mom had to take him to the doctor. We finally connected last Friday, the morning after her husband's bruising debate with Kathleen Kennedy Townsend in front of a mostly hostile audience at Morgan State University. Though she was hoarse and obviously tired, Mrs. Ehrlich still made time to talk about why she's agreed to appear at an Oct. 24 appreciation dinner for the Parent-Child Center, a Washington County United Way agency that works to combat child abuse.
NEWS
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | August 25, 2010
Socializing, politicking and eating were on the menu Wednesday when Washington County's Republicans held their annual picnic at Smithsburg Community Park. The weather was moderate and the chatter was lively among incumbents, challengers and supporters. Liz Jones, treasurer of the Washington County Republican Club, which held the event, said close to 250 tickets were sold, about 25 percent more than usual. This year, Republicans are watching and facing off in primaries for county and state offices.
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by TIM ROWLAND | May 1, 2005
It's honorable for a wife to come to a husband's defense, so it doesn't bother me too much that Kendel Ehrlich went from First Lady to Lady MacBeth in about 3.2 seconds last weekend, saying that newspapers "lie" and "need to be punished. " Her Eastern Shore speech was described in the press as "fiery," but since newspapers lie, perhaps it was all violets and cupcakes. However, it must have had some drama, because First Husband Bob Ehrlich quickly stepped in with one of those "What the First Lady meant to say..
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by ALAN SOKOL | August 22, 2006
A few weeks ago, I interviewed Kendel Ehrlich, the wife of Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich, about what teens should do to get involved in the political world. The interview was released as a podcast on Alan's Yak, at antpod.com. Here is a hold-in-your-hands version of the interview: Alan Sokol: Is this your first podcast? Kendel Ehrlich: It is my first podcast! But I'd like your listeners to know that I do have an iPod. ... Mine only has music on it so far. Alan: Why should teenagers be interested in politics?
NEWS
by GREGORY T. SIMMONS | February 24, 2003
gregs@herald-mail.com Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich paid a visit to the Western Maryland Hospital Center Sunday, where he reiterated his support for health-care services statewide and allowed local officials important face time with him. Ehrlich said maintaining funding for places like the hospital center on Pennsylvania Avenue is "a major priority to this administration. " Ehrlich said he especially will support places like the hospital center, which helps return patients with serious injuries or illnesses back to a life outside a hospital.
NEWS
By TAMELA BAKER | June 12, 2004
HAGERSTOWN Maryland's first lady lent her voice Friday to a new local organization that raises money for programs affecting women and families. Kendel Ehrlich, accompanied by Gov. Robert Ehrlich, attended an afternoon tea at Robinwood Medical Center with members of the Women's Giving Circle, a group organized last year to create a permanent endowment fund for programs for women and families. She praised the organization's efforts to raise money to pay for social programs "because the government can't do it all ... these organizations help to pick up the slack.
NEWS
by ANDREW SCHOTZ | January 31, 2006
HAGERSTOWN andrews@herald-mail.com Washington County's coordinated system for investigating child abuse celebrated its fifth anniversary Monday, plus two other new achievements: accreditation and a $111,000 state grant. Kendel Ehrlich, Maryland's first lady, who spoke at the center Monday, said she saw the benefits of a similar system when she was a Harford County, Md., prosecutor. The Washington County Child Advocacy Center, known as Safe Place, is where representatives from law enforcement, the court system, social services, health and other fields work together on child abuse cases.
NEWS
September 27, 2005
A new chapter To the editor: The Maryland Federation of Republican Women is proud to announce formation of a new Washington County Chapter. Known as Antietam Republican Women (ARW) the founding members will be congratulated at the statewide Maryland Federation Convention in October. MFRW is especially pleased to recognize the ARW founding members listed below. As all members must be Maryland registered Republicans, the Washington County Club will provide community service, will support post-primary GOP candidates through its own resources, along with state leadership and elected officials.
NEWS
January 20, 2003
ANNAPOLIS - Those who want to hear the pros and cons of legalizing slot machines may attend a forum this week being organized by Sen. Alex X. Mooney, R-Frederick/Washington. The forum is scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the auditorium at Frederick (Md.)Community College. There will be two speakers, one for slots and one opposed. Mooney said he has reservations about expanding gambling in the state. "I think it's important we hear the arguments and make an informed decision," he said.
NEWS
April 9, 2003
If you're passing by Hagerstown's City Park after dark this month, you may notice thousands of blue lights shining there. It's not a celebration of spring's arrival, but a reminder that for every bulb glowing in the park, there's a local child who's been abused or neglected. But this sad situation need not continue, if the public gets involved. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and local officials who deal with these situations are hoping to raise citizens' awareness of the problem and how to deal with it. How bad is the problem here?
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By ANDREW SCHOTZ | August 25, 2010
Socializing, politicking and eating were on the menu Wednesday when Washington County's Republicans held their annual picnic at Smithsburg Community Park. The weather was moderate and the chatter was lively among incumbents, challengers and supporters. Liz Jones, treasurer of the Washington County Republican Club, which held the event, said close to 250 tickets were sold, about 25 percent more than usual. This year, Republicans are watching and facing off in primaries for county and state offices.
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by ALAN SOKOL | August 22, 2006
A few weeks ago, I interviewed Kendel Ehrlich, the wife of Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich, about what teens should do to get involved in the political world. The interview was released as a podcast on Alan's Yak, at antpod.com. Here is a hold-in-your-hands version of the interview: Alan Sokol: Is this your first podcast? Kendel Ehrlich: It is my first podcast! But I'd like your listeners to know that I do have an iPod. ... Mine only has music on it so far. Alan: Why should teenagers be interested in politics?
NEWS
by ANDREW SCHOTZ | January 31, 2006
HAGERSTOWN andrews@herald-mail.com Washington County's coordinated system for investigating child abuse celebrated its fifth anniversary Monday, plus two other new achievements: accreditation and a $111,000 state grant. Kendel Ehrlich, Maryland's first lady, who spoke at the center Monday, said she saw the benefits of a similar system when she was a Harford County, Md., prosecutor. The Washington County Child Advocacy Center, known as Safe Place, is where representatives from law enforcement, the court system, social services, health and other fields work together on child abuse cases.
NEWS
September 27, 2005
A new chapter To the editor: The Maryland Federation of Republican Women is proud to announce formation of a new Washington County Chapter. Known as Antietam Republican Women (ARW) the founding members will be congratulated at the statewide Maryland Federation Convention in October. MFRW is especially pleased to recognize the ARW founding members listed below. As all members must be Maryland registered Republicans, the Washington County Club will provide community service, will support post-primary GOP candidates through its own resources, along with state leadership and elected officials.
NEWS
by TIM ROWLAND | May 1, 2005
It's honorable for a wife to come to a husband's defense, so it doesn't bother me too much that Kendel Ehrlich went from First Lady to Lady MacBeth in about 3.2 seconds last weekend, saying that newspapers "lie" and "need to be punished. " Her Eastern Shore speech was described in the press as "fiery," but since newspapers lie, perhaps it was all violets and cupcakes. However, it must have had some drama, because First Husband Bob Ehrlich quickly stepped in with one of those "What the First Lady meant to say..
NEWS
By TAMELA BAKER | June 12, 2004
HAGERSTOWN Maryland's first lady lent her voice Friday to a new local organization that raises money for programs affecting women and families. Kendel Ehrlich, accompanied by Gov. Robert Ehrlich, attended an afternoon tea at Robinwood Medical Center with members of the Women's Giving Circle, a group organized last year to create a permanent endowment fund for programs for women and families. She praised the organization's efforts to raise money to pay for social programs "because the government can't do it all ... these organizations help to pick up the slack.
NEWS
by GREGORY T. SIMMONS | February 24, 2003
gregs@herald-mail.com Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich paid a visit to the Western Maryland Hospital Center Sunday, where he reiterated his support for health-care services statewide and allowed local officials important face time with him. Ehrlich said maintaining funding for places like the hospital center on Pennsylvania Avenue is "a major priority to this administration. " Ehrlich said he especially will support places like the hospital center, which helps return patients with serious injuries or illnesses back to a life outside a hospital.
NEWS
January 20, 2003
ANNAPOLIS - Those who want to hear the pros and cons of legalizing slot machines may attend a forum this week being organized by Sen. Alex X. Mooney, R-Frederick/Washington. The forum is scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the auditorium at Frederick (Md.)Community College. There will be two speakers, one for slots and one opposed. Mooney said he has reservations about expanding gambling in the state. "I think it's important we hear the arguments and make an informed decision," he said.
NEWS
by BOB MAGINNIS | October 2, 2002
Kendel Ehrlich missed our first appointment for an interview, but it was not because she'd gotten caught up in her husband Robert's campaign for governor. It was something far more important; her small son Drew had a fever and mom had to take him to the doctor. We finally connected last Friday, the morning after her husband's bruising debate with Kathleen Kennedy Townsend in front of a mostly hostile audience at Morgan State University. Though she was hoarse and obviously tired, Mrs. Ehrlich still made time to talk about why she's agreed to appear at an Oct. 24 appreciation dinner for the Parent-Child Center, a Washington County United Way agency that works to combat child abuse.
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