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Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford visits Carroll | PHOTOS

Boys and Girls Club of Westminster President Bonnae Meshulam, right, shares a laugh with Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford during his visit to Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that MarylandÕs Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis.
(Dylan Slagle)

Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford visits Carroll | PHOTOS

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Images from Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford's visit to Carroll County Wednesday to promote Maryland Buy Local Week and to announce that Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis.
(Dylan Slagle)
Boyd Rutherford visits Carroll
Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, center, shares a laugh with Mickey Wagner, left, and Joyce Correll during a visit to Wagner's Meats & Mt. Airy Locker Company to promote Maryland's Buy Local Week Wednesday, July 21, 2021.
Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, center, shares a laugh with Mickey Wagner, left, and Joyce Correll during a visit to Wagner's Meats & Mt. Airy Locker Company to promote Maryland's Buy Local Week Wednesday, July 21, 2021. (Dylan Slagle)
Boyd Rutherford visits Carroll
Boys and Girls Club of Westminster President Bonnae Meshulam talks with Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, left, during his visit to Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis.
Boys and Girls Club of Westminster President Bonnae Meshulam talks with Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, left, during his visit to Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis. (Dylan Slagle)
Boyd Rutherford visits Carroll
Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, right, is presented with a T-shirt by Boys & Girls Club of Westminster junior staffers, from left, Leslie Velasquez, 15, Dillon Hereth, 17, Abdielis Torres, 17, and Suraya Jones, 16, during his visit to Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that MarylandÕs Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis.
Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, right, is presented with a T-shirt by Boys & Girls Club of Westminster junior staffers, from left, Leslie Velasquez, 15, Dillon Hereth, 17, Abdielis Torres, 17, and Suraya Jones, 16, during his visit to Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that MarylandÕs Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis.
Boyd Rutherford visits Carroll
Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, second from right, speaks with, from left, Maggie Kunz and Ed Singer of the Carroll County Health Department, advisor Heather Poston and Del. Susan Krebs during a visit to the Boys & Girls Club of Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021.
Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, second from right, speaks with, from left, Maggie Kunz and Ed Singer of the Carroll County Health Department, advisor Heather Poston and Del. Susan Krebs during a visit to the Boys & Girls Club of Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021. (Dylan Slagle)
Boyd Rutherford visits Carroll
Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford greets Boys and Girls Club of Westminster junior staffer Dillon Hereth, 17 during his visit to Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis.
Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford greets Boys and Girls Club of Westminster junior staffer Dillon Hereth, 17 during his visit to Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis. (Dylan Slagle)
Boyd Rutherford visits Carroll
Boys and Girls Club of Westminster President Bonnae Meshulam, right, shares a laugh with Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford during his visit to Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that MarylandÕs Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis.
Boys and Girls Club of Westminster President Bonnae Meshulam, right, shares a laugh with Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford during his visit to Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that MarylandÕs Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis. (Dylan Slagle)
Boyd Rutherford visits Carroll
Maryland Secretary of Health Dennis R. Schrader, left, speaks with, from left, Linda Auerback and Ed Singer of the Carroll County Health Department and Del. Susan Krebs at the Boys & Girls Club of Westminster during a visit with Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis.
Maryland Secretary of Health Dennis R. Schrader, left, speaks with, from left, Linda Auerback and Ed Singer of the Carroll County Health Department and Del. Susan Krebs at the Boys & Girls Club of Westminster during a visit with Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis. (Dylan Slagle)
Boyd Rutherford visits Carroll
Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, right, is presented with a T-shirt by Boys and Girls Club of Westminster junior staffers, from left, Leslie Velasquez, 15, Dillon Hereth, 17, Abdielis Torres, 17, and Suraya Jones, 16, during his visit to Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis.
Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, right, is presented with a T-shirt by Boys and Girls Club of Westminster junior staffers, from left, Leslie Velasquez, 15, Dillon Hereth, 17, Abdielis Torres, 17, and Suraya Jones, 16, during his visit to Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis. (Dylan Slagle)
Boyd Rutherford visits Carroll
Carroll County Health Officer Ed Singer, left, speaks with Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford during a visit to the Boys & Girls Club of Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021.
Carroll County Health Officer Ed Singer, left, speaks with Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford during a visit to the Boys & Girls Club of Westminster Wednesday, July 21, 2021. (Dylan Slagle)
Boyd Rutherford visits Carroll
Maryland Secretary of Health Dennis R. Schrader speaks at the Boys & Girls Club of Westminster during a visit with Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis.
Maryland Secretary of Health Dennis R. Schrader speaks at the Boys & Girls Club of Westminster during a visit with Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to announce that Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) is distributing nearly $5.5 million through its Competitive Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022 to fund projects that address the opioid and substance use crisis. (Dylan Slagle)
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