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Picturing Maryland: A photo a day for 2021 part 3

Chante Lewis, left, a teacher at Edgecombe Circle ES, works with Ravens director of security Craig Singletary, right, planting in the school's new Zen garden. Ravens staff members and executives volunteered today along with Heart Of America at Edgecombe Circle Elementary School in northwest Baltimore. 60 volunteers planted trees, helped build an outdoor classroom, worked on a zen garden and other restoration efforts. An additional 40 Ravens volunteers worked at Curtis Bay Elementary School.
(Barbara Haddock Taylor)

Picturing Maryland: A photo a day for 2021 part 3

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Picturing Maryland is a visual feature that showcases faces, places and events happening around us.
Ravens Staff Volunteer At Edgecombe Circle Elementary School
Chante Lewis, left, a teacher at Edgecombe Circle ES, works with Ravens director of security Craig Singletary, right, planting in the school's new Zen garden. Ravens staff members and executives volunteered today along with Heart Of America at Edgecombe Circle Elementary School in northwest Baltimore. 60 volunteers planted trees, helped build an outdoor classroom, worked on a zen garden and other restoration efforts. An additional 40 Ravens volunteers worked at Curtis Bay Elementary School.
Chante Lewis, left, a teacher at Edgecombe Circle ES, works with Ravens director of security Craig Singletary, right, planting in the school's new Zen garden. Ravens staff members and executives volunteered today along with Heart Of America at Edgecombe Circle Elementary School in northwest Baltimore. 60 volunteers planted trees, helped build an outdoor classroom, worked on a zen garden and other restoration efforts. An additional 40 Ravens volunteers worked at Curtis Bay Elementary School. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Protest
From left in front, Rashad Lloyd of New Carrollton, and Stel Kline and Demi Owoeye, both of Baltimore City, march outside the State House with a handful of protesters to oppose the cancellation of pandemic unemployment benefits for Marylanders. The small rally was organized by Adam Cunningham of Germantown, marching behind Lloyd at left. Cunningham and Lloyd are running for State Senate seats.
From left in front, Rashad Lloyd of New Carrollton, and Stel Kline and Demi Owoeye, both of Baltimore City, march outside the State House with a handful of protesters to oppose the cancellation of pandemic unemployment benefits for Marylanders. The small rally was organized by Adam Cunningham of Germantown, marching behind Lloyd at left. Cunningham and Lloyd are running for State Senate seats. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
Move day
Recent John Hopkins University graduates, from left, Austin Sacks and Brian Linton wait for a truck to arrive as they move out of their house on Calvert Street. Both were on the baseball team that played in the Division III College World Series inCedar Rapids, IA. Sacks, who studied public health is moving to Richmond, VA, and Linton, an electrical engineering major, is relocating to Washington, D.C., for their jobs.
Recent John Hopkins University graduates, from left, Austin Sacks and Brian Linton wait for a truck to arrive as they move out of their house on Calvert Street. Both were on the baseball team that played in the Division III College World Series inCedar Rapids, IA. Sacks, who studied public health is moving to Richmond, VA, and Linton, an electrical engineering major, is relocating to Washington, D.C., for their jobs. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Working in hot weather
Lawn mowing contractor Jose Oliver and a co-worker, mow grass at an apartment complex in Columbia during the heat of the day. He combats the heat by wearing long sleeves and taking frequent water breaks. Lower temperatures and rain are in the forecast for the rest of the week.
Lawn mowing contractor Jose Oliver and a co-worker, mow grass at an apartment complex in Columbia during the heat of the day. He combats the heat by wearing long sleeves and taking frequent water breaks. Lower temperatures and rain are in the forecast for the rest of the week. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Maryland Fire-Rescue Services Memorial
Zach Zwicker, FF2, Odenton Volunteer Fire Department, stands by folded Maryland flags. The Maryland Fire-Rescue Services Memorial Foundation (MFRSMF) holds a combined 2020-2021 service to honor 10 fallen heroes at the memorial.
Zach Zwicker, FF2, Odenton Volunteer Fire Department, stands by folded Maryland flags. The Maryland Fire-Rescue Services Memorial Foundation (MFRSMF) holds a combined 2020-2021 service to honor 10 fallen heroes at the memorial. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Roosevelt Park Pool Opens
Five year old Khloe Blandon of Baltimore enjoys splashing in Roosevelt Park pool in Hampden on her first dip of the summer season.
Five year old Khloe Blandon of Baltimore enjoys splashing in Roosevelt Park pool in Hampden on her first dip of the summer season. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Hellzapoppin Circus SideShow Revue
Willow Lauren shows there is nothing in her mouth after eating razor blades and thread. Hellzapoppin Circus SideShow Revue is held at Baltimore Soundstage.
Willow Lauren shows there is nothing in her mouth after eating razor blades and thread. Hellzapoppin Circus SideShow Revue is held at Baltimore Soundstage. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Terrific Thursday At The JCC
Tyler Delman, 2 1/2, and his mother Jacqueline Delman of Lutherville watch bubbles during a "Terrific Thursday" class at the Jewish Community Center in Owings Mills.
Tyler Delman, 2 1/2, and his mother Jacqueline Delman of Lutherville watch bubbles during a "Terrific Thursday" class at the Jewish Community Center in Owings Mills. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Playground
Tony King and his granddaughter Aidda King, 3, visit a playground on Parkside Dr. in Herring Run park.
Tony King and his granddaughter Aidda King, 3, visit a playground on Parkside Dr. in Herring Run park. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore County Farmers Market
Patrick Ruhl stands by as William Spink, Loch Raven Village, sniffs fresh picked strawberries from Hills Forest Fruit Farm. Ruhl is the 6th generation to work on the Kingsville farm. This is opening day of the Baltimore County Farmers Market at the Maryland State Fairgrounds. Every Wednesday from 10am-1pm local farmers and producers set up on the north side of the digital sign. Hours change during the Maryland State Fair.
Patrick Ruhl stands by as William Spink, Loch Raven Village, sniffs fresh picked strawberries from Hills Forest Fruit Farm. Ruhl is the 6th generation to work on the Kingsville farm. This is opening day of the Baltimore County Farmers Market at the Maryland State Fairgrounds. Every Wednesday from 10am-1pm local farmers and producers set up on the north side of the digital sign. Hours change during the Maryland State Fair. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Air Power History Tour
Fifi, one of two B-29 bombers from the World War II era that is still flying, flies over Long Beach Marina in Middle River this afternoon. Fifi and several other World War II era planes are visiting Martin State Airport through Wednesday as part of the Air Power History Tour.
Fifi, one of two B-29 bombers from the World War II era that is still flying, flies over Long Beach Marina in Middle River this afternoon. Fifi and several other World War II era planes are visiting Martin State Airport through Wednesday as part of the Air Power History Tour. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
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