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Arundel's 'Ranger Vince' back on familiar turf for Defenders Day

Arundel's 'Ranger Vince' back on familiar turf for Defenders Day

You can take the ranger out of Fort McHenry, but you can't take the love of the fort out of the ranger.

Anne Arundel County native Vince Vaise — best known by his fans as the ever-enthusiastic "Ranger Vince" — might no longer officially work in Baltimore after 27 years, but he can't stay away.

Vaise, a lifelong Linthicum resident, was promoted in June to chief of visitor services and community outreach at National Capital Parks-East in Washington.

This Friday, he'll be back in Baltimore, leading 1,300 pupils from city schools in a program at the national monument and historic shrine. The program is part of a three-day Defenders Day celebration,...

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