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Anne Blue

Works part-time as a freelance writer and full-time as a mother. A graduate of Duke University and a former elementary school teacher, she is active in the Westminster community where she lives with her husband and three children.

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String Project Keeps Music Fun, Affordable Accessible

Carroll County String Project brings quality music instruction to students of all ages in places they can get to and in ways that are affordable.

Connecting the Needy with Fresh, Healthy Produce

A retired Carroll Countian leads an effort to connect the needy with fresh farm produce through Carroll Food Sunday.

Feeding the Hungry

Volunteers gather every Saturday to collect and pack food for the county's hungry under the auspices of Carroll Food Sunday in Westminster.

Merging Horseback Riding And Special Education

The 4-H Therapeutic Riding Program of Carroll County helps people with disabilities through horseback riding.

Sweet Charity

Hallie Bubczyk, 12, of Manchester, bakes cupcakes for a gala benefitting Carroll Hospital Center's emergency services.

Welding Two Lives

Seeing a need, a young Mt. Airy welder builds a special ramp that enables a wheelchair-bound Damascus man to pursue his favorite activity: bowling.

The Beans of Empathy

A Westminster couple involves their Downs syndrome daughter in the family's Furnace Hills Coffee business, and both thrive.

Wheeler Mealers

Mary Gibson and Catherine Cook deliver meals to 10 to 14 clients a day on their Meals on Wheels route. Every other Monday, friends Mary Gibson and Catherine Cook load coolers into their car and drive around the Westminster area delivering meals to t...

Making Kids' Hospital Stays More Bearable

Josie Grant, right, helped Linda Grogan, Director of Women’s, Children’s, and Nursing Support Services at Carroll Hospital Center, make young patients more comfortable in the hospital. When Josie Grant was attending New Windsor Middle School, she...

In From the Cold

A year ago, Amy Moore was a second-year nursing student at Carroll Community College. As a single parent, she was struggling to get herself through school and take care of her three children. Completing her community service project was just another ...