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Documentary on New Windsor up for local Emmy

A documentary by a Westminster resident on the history of New Windsor was nominated for a local Emmy by the Baltimore-Washington-Northern Virginia chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

"Time's Crossroads: The History of New Windsor, MD," which was written, produced and directed by Frank Batavick, was nominated in the historical documentary category.

The documentary features historic photographs and re-enactments by local actors, including the Rev. James Benedict, of the Church of the Brethren in Union Bridge, as Lou Dielman, whose family owned the Dielman Inn at the center of town and who serves as a narrator for the majority of the documentary.

The winner will be announced at the June 16 ceremony at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Copies of the documentary are available for sale at the New Windsor Museum.

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