Maryland’s largest brewery and the University of Maryland (UMD) are committed to developing the highest quality ingredients for Maryland beer.

Flying Dog has engaged with UMD’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources in a partnership that will allow them to work side-by-side on the future of beer-centric agriculture in the region. To start, the focus is on hops.

The Carroll County 4-H Teen Council spent Sunday, July 9th in Baltimore for a wonderful day of fellowship and service! Members enjoyed an afternoon at the National Aquarium, splashing with the dolphins, observing the fish, and taking in the warm steamy air of the rainforest. This social experience ended with dinner at the Inner Harbor and turned into an evening of service, where members hosted an activity night at the Ronald McDonald House. The group assisted residents with sculpting and painting their own clay creations.

Members of the Rolling Clovers 4-H Club participated in a foods program with judging on April 3. The program was led by Jennifer Hiscock and was held at Baust Church Parish Hall.

The meeting was called to order by the president, Gaby Hockensmith. Reports were given by Allison Stoner, Susan Lawrence, Ben Schildwachter and Sandra Stonesifer. Guest at the meeting was Lucy Auci-Bowers.

Marissa Roberts received overall champion on her Guernsey record book for state.

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