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R OLAND PARK N EWS
Winter 2006 Volume Twenty-Four
Management Style Welcomed at Roland Park School
New principal Carolyn Cole is guiding academic excellence with a motherly hand
By Michele McFarland
teachers, staff, students and parents. Communication, she says, is her greatest tool in moving the school forward. She has already established an August reception for incoming students, enticed alumni back to the halls and held
This Issues Highlights
Library FundRaising Continues Page 6 Preserving Our Traditions Page 7 Artist Profile Page 10 In the News Page 11 Halloween Celebrations Page 12 Winter Beauties in the Garden Page 14 The Book Nook Page 16 No Room for Skeletons Page 21 Home Sales Page 22
Soft, classical music lilts through the principals office at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School. The mood it sets matches the warm smile and easy personality of its newest principal, Carolyn Cole. Cole, a well-recognized and experienced educator, only on the job since July, has already won over her 1,264 charges, their parents and the faculty. They credit her sincere, motherly and attentive management style. Shes not a scene stealer, says Claudia Diamond, president of the Roland Park Parent-Teachers Association. The first thing she asks is how will this affect the children. She is hands-on leadership, says James Dendinger, Assistant Principal and 6th Grade Administrator. She must make between 10 and 15 classroom visits a day. All the students know her, and know her well. Shes not just a name to them.
Carolyn Cole (third from left) stands with newly elected student government officers, 8th graders (from left) Camaree Barr, secretary; Jenny Mauric, president; and Teryn Dickson, treasurer. Joining them are elementary school students (from left) Holly Hornbeck (5th grade), Tori Holland (1st grade), Ayana Gruber (2nd grade), Finn Gjerde (1st grade), Camille King (2nd grade), Daijah Wedington (3rd grade), Zipporah Diamond (3rd grade) and Thomas Heck (3rd grade). Photo: Michele McFarland
Even after nearly 29 years in education, Cole still finds her time with students inspirational and charming. I enjoy having lunch with one of the grades each week. We talk about their favorite subjectsor their high school choicesor what they did over the weekend with their familiesI love what I do. Its a passion, really, she says. One of her missions is to get the whole school community involved in the goals, says Dendinger. Her family-type atmosphere builds cohesion among
the first of monthly conversations with the principal. According to Diamond, only two people attended. We took that as a good sign, she says. If people were upset, they would have been out in droves. Cole credits her easy transition to Roland Avenue to people already in place at the two schools, as well as
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Roland Park News
Volume 24 Winter 2006
By Martha Marani
Table of Contents
1 Management Style Welcomed at Roland Park Schools 2 Editors Notes 2 Art Happenings 4 Fall Recipe 5 Calendar & Announcements 6 Library Fund-Raising Continues 7 Preserving Our Traditions 10 Artist Profile 11 In the News 12 Halloween Celebrations 14 Winter Beauties in the Garden 14 Fall Recipe 15 Control of Invasive Plants 16 The Book Nook 17 EnergyWise 18 Bolton Street Synagogues Rabbi Jonathan Panitz 18 Welcome New Neighbors 19 One-Stop Shopping for Holiday Events 21 No Room for Skeletons in Roland Park Closets 22 Home Sales 22 Elder-Talk 23 News from the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen
A couple of weeks ago, my kids and I were talking about the many ways we could make a wishon the first star, blown dandelion fluff, a penny in a wishing well or the highly sought-after Thanksgiving wishbone. With the wish making season upon us, I think my children are using any and all of these wishing opportunities to bolster the success of their letter to Santa. I admit to checking the yard for the last of the dandelions in the hopes of fulfilling my own wishes for a peaceful and meaningful holiday season. For Roland Park, many wishes are already coming true. Read Michele McFarlands cover story about Carolyn Cole, the new principal of Roland Park Elementary/Middle School. Find out how Carolyn and her colleagues, along with actively involved parents, are working hard to reinforce the academics and enhance the integration of arts in the classroom. Bolton Street Synagogues (BSS) new leader, Rabbi Jonathan Panitz, is also fulfilling the hopes and expectations of his community. Mark Hymans article describes how Rabbi Jonathan is helping BSS to strengthen and grow its congregation.
January 21st at 3 pm, the U.S. Naval Academy Band will perform a program of festive music. February 25th at 6:30 pm, the choir of St. Johns Church Huntingdon will perform works celebrating the Season of Lent. The program begins in the Narthex of the Cathedral. For more information, call 410-464-4020 or visit the Cathedrals website at www.cathedralofmary.org. Upcoming events at Evergreen House at 4545 N. Charles Street (410-516-0341) include:
Through January 14th, Amy Chan: Views of the Mid-Atlantic and Richard Torchia: House Lights and Furniture Music, Treatments for a Suite of Shaded Rooms. In her paintings, Brooklyn-based Chan uses humor and appropriated imagery to convey the loneliness of the modern American landscape. Philadelphia artist Torchias series of provocative installations, using a range of
both period and contemporary media, provide opportunities for ambient experiences that re-animate Evergreens historic rooms and the narratives they frame. Free with museum admission. December 9th and 10th, 12 to 4 pm, Holiday Traditions at Evergreen House. In conjunction with Downtown Dollar Days, the public is invited to enjoy holiday music, decorations and light refreshments while touring Evergreen. $1 per person. January 14th, 1 to 4 pm, Meet the Artists: Amy Chan and Richard Torchia. Evergreens annual artist-in-residence exhibition series, House Guests, concludes with a special Meet the Artist program. Free with museum admission. Upcoming events at the Homewood House Museum at 3400 N. Charles Street (410-516-5589) include:
December 4th, and 5 to 7 pm, Homewood by Candlelight. At this annual holiday event, guests will enjoy seasonal decorations, period rooms lit by candlelight, Federal-era music by harpsichordist David Hildebrand and refreshments in the wine cellar. Free to members, $6 per person for non-members. December 7th, 11 am to 5 pm, Holiday Shopping at Homewood. Find welcome relief from the seasons hustle and bustle, and a gift or two for a friend or relative on your holiday list, at Homewoods Museum Shop. Ceramics, jewelry, watercolors and glass by area artists will be available, in addition to fresh greens. Plus, if you love giving and receiving books, youll enjoy browsing the new and recent JHU Press volumes at their annual Holiday Book Sale. Several authors will be on hand to sign copies. Visitors will enjoy a special 25 percent discount on all books and museum gifts, and free admission to the museum, which will be decorated for the holidays. December 7th, 11 am to 5 pm; December 8th, 11 am to 4 pm; December 9th and 10th, 12 to 4 pm, JHU Press Holiday Book Sale. Browse a wide selection of new and recent publications from the JHU Press at their annual Holiday Book Sale. Free. December 9th and December 10th, 12 to 4 pm, Holiday Traditions at Homewood House. In At the Homewood by Candlelight tour, guests enjoy seaconjunction with sonal decorations, period rooms lit by candlelight, FederalDowntown Dollar era music by harpsichordist David Hildebrand and refreshDays, the public ments in the wine cellar. Photo courtesy of the is invited to enjoy Homewood House live holiday
This very traditional duck preparation from southwestern France is simple but requires several days of marinating. The resulting confit is intensely flavorful and serves as a rich accent to rice or bean dishes. You should be able to get needed duck fat from your butcher. 2 duck legs 6 cups duck fat 2 tsp. salt tsp. pepper tsp. thyme Rub duck legs with salt, pepper and thyme. Refrigerate in a plasticlined pan or dish, covered for 24 hours. Heat duck fat over medium-low heat until just liquefied. Pour duck fat into a heavy casserole dish and immerse duck legs in fat. Place casserole dish in a 200-degree oven and cook for two hours. Cool dish and refrigerate for 24 hours. Pull duck legs out of fat and remove meat from bones. Gently warm confit in saut pan and add to risotto just prior to serving. Salt and pepper to taste.
from The Roland Park Civic League, Roland Park Roads and Maintenance and The Roland Park Community Foundation
The Roland Park Civic League monthly meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month at 7 pm at the Roland Park Presbyterian Church on Roland Avenue. For more information, call the Civic League offices at 410-494-0125. The Center for Italian Studies, at 200 W. Cold Spring Lane, is offering a diverse range of courses, including the study of Italian language, literature, opera, art, film, cooking and history. For information on course schedules, contact Rossana Barbera, Ph.D., director of the Center, at 410-2350006 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.centerforitalianstudies.it. The Maryland State Society Daughters of the American Revolution are hosting a Holiday Candlelight Tour of the Maryland State Chapter House at 4701 Roland Avenue on Friday, December 8th, from 6 to 8 pm, and Saturday, December 9th, from 1 to 4 pm and 6 to 8 pm. Tickets will be available at the door, and are $5 for adults and $1 for children under 12. The tour includes hot cider and cookies. For more information, call 301-846-7936. On Sunday, December 17th, join the Community Christmas Celebration at North Baltimore Mennonite Church (4615 Roland Avenue). The childrens Christmas program and morning worship service begins at 10:30 am, and will be followed by a Christmas celebration, including lunch. There will be activities for all ages, including cookie decorating, games and singing Christmas carols. For more information, call 410-467-8947 or visit www.enbmc.org. Roland Park Presbyterian Church (RPPC), at 4801 Roland Avenue, is hosting several holiday events, including Christmas and Communion Around the World, at 10:45 am, and a Christmas Eve Candlelight Service at 5 pm, on Sunday, December 24th. The Christmas Eve service will include a brass quintet prelude at 5, and a festival of lessons and carols, and a childrens pageant at 5:30 pm. RPCC will also host a Deacons Bingo Night in the Assembly Hall on January 26th, from 7 to 9 pm, and Ash Wednesday services at 6:30 pm on February 21st. This year, Roland Park Elementary/Middle School (RPE/MS) is striving to strengthen our community by connecting with the schools alumni. The new principal, Carolyn Cole, is planning the first-ever Alumni Day for the school on May 18th, 2007. Are you or is someone you know an alumni of RPE/MS? If so, please contact Susan English, who is creating the alumni database, 410-435-3185 or at email@example.com. The Baltimore City Health Department has announced new School Vaccination Requirements for all students in 5th through 9th grades. These students are now required to complete the three-shot hepatitis B series and be vaccinated against chickenpox or have a doctors note with the month and year of chickenpox infection. The Bureau of Child Health and Immunization reminds people that immunization is an important part of keeping people of all ages healthy. Call 410-396-4454 with questions about the
new school requirements and for a schedule of vaccination clinics. ArtAid: Artists Aiding Artists, a silent art auction to support Baltimore City High School Visual Art Programs, will be hosted by Roland Park Country Schools National Art Honors Society on January 31st from 6 to 9 pm at the Lyric Opera House. Tickets will be available at the door. If youre interested in donating an art piece, please contact Beth Miller Fairall, Upper School Art Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410323-5500, Ext. 2230. Please submit information for this column to Martha Marani, P.O. Box 643, Riderwood, MD 21139, or send an email to email@example.com
Library Fund-Raising Continues as Construction Proceeds
By Susan M. Newhouse, Treasurer, Roland Park Library Initiative
Anyone who drives past the site can see that exciting things are happening at the Roland Park Library! After many years of planning, negotiations and fund raising, the project to renovate and expand the historic Roland Park Library broke ground in mid-May and construction is now well underway. With the construction project now in its sixth month, the new addition is taking shape. The curve of the new lower-level wall along Roland Avenue is clearly visible. This gently curved wall will
form one edge of the ramp down to the new main entrance. The new main entrance will be set into what is now only a rough-edged gap in the stone foundation
Construction of the library addition is well underway. When complete, the oculus (above) will bring natural light into the childrens reading area.
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wall of the existing building, directly below the old entrance. Above and behind the curved wall, the steel framework for the oculus stands ready. The completed oculus will flood the childrens reading area with natural light. In the rear of the new addition, a cylindrical structure now rises two stories. Later this cylinder will house the stairs to the upper level, around which donors will be acknowledged on etched glass panels. Forty-five cubic yards of concrete have been poured onto the metal decking which now forms the floor and roof over the lower level. Much of the concrete slab floor on the lower level has been poured as well. The rough-in of the electrical, plumbing, heating and air conditioning, as well as the framing of the interior walls, will follow quickly on the lower level.
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Preserving Our Traditions
Planning a home improvement project? You probably know that approval from the Roland Park Roads & Maintenance Corporation (RPR&M) is needed for such exterior projects as painting, roofing and windows, but did you know that you have to apply for the following as well?
Walkways and railings Exterior lighting, including lamp posts Patios, decks and retaining walls Pools and ponds Fences and trellises
Windows, including storm windows Doors, including storm doors Gutters and downspouts Playsets Air conditioning units
So, before you begin your beautification project, please contact the RPR&M office by calling 410-424-0125 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Or visit us on the web at www.rolandpark.org, by clicking on the RPR&M tab. There youll find basic design guidelines, and downloadable application forms and checklists. RPR&M strongly encourages homeowners to consult with such design professionals as architects and landscape architects before beginning any major home improvement project. Several specialize in historic properties.
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For the next few months, construction will focus on completing the second floor of the new addition and providing it with a watertight skin so that construction can then proceed inside during inclement weather. Structural steel and masonry block will form the exterior walls, after which the roof truss system will go up. The roof will be covered first with metal sheathing and then finished with standing seam, lead-coated copper. Once the skin is watertight, the upper level can receive its rough-in of plumbing, electrical, heating and air conditioning and the metal framing of its interior walls. Insulation and drywall installation will follow on both levels. On October 24, the Civic Design Commission accepted the design for etched glass panels by artist Daniel Herman. His work will grace the glass window wall, which frames the roof terrace. According to the current schedule, construction would be finished by the end of the summer. After that, the Enoch Pratt Free Library must move back into the building before the building will re-open to the public, which is tentatively planned for October 2007. The work of the Roland Park Library Initiative (RPLI), however, is not yet complete. To fulfill the communitys commitment to the project ($2.43 million or 52 percent of the project budget), $300,000 must still be raised. Fund raising activities, including an October appeal, will continue throughout the coming months. Ann Koch, the RPLIs development co-chair, commented, Now that construction is proceeding, people are excited. The extraordinary generosity of the community has brought us this far. We count on it now to carry us forward to finish our commitment. Your tax-deductible contribution may be mailed to: Roland Park Library Initiative, P.O. Box 26151, Baltimore, 21210. For information on donating gifts of appreciated securities, call 410.889.3058.
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the extraordinary groundwork laid by Mariale Hardiman. Hardiman served as Roland Parks principal for 12 years and brought it to Blue Ribbon School of Excellence status. Still, there is room for improvement, says Cole. In just a few short months, she has reinforced the academic vision of both schools, enhanced arts integration in the classroom and introduced engineering concepts to middle school students through a Lego robotics program. Meanwhile, budding politicians can hone their skills in the new student government. Later this year, the school will host its first International Week to celebrate the diverse cultural backgrounds of both students and teachers. Additionally, Cole, whose office is wallpapered with accolades, is a big believer in positive reinforcement. More merit awards are on the horizon for those with perfect attendance and outstanding academic efforts. In the meantime, she keeps the middle schoolers on their toes by offering a small gift for the correct answers to the trivia questions she tosses out during the week. In the beginning, only a few students responded, says Dendinger. Yesterday, there were 40 students ready with their answer, trying to get her attention. As a first grader, Carolyn Cole knew that she wanted to be a teacher. My favorite subject was reading, she says. She easily recites the names of teachers who gave her insight, like Mrs. Kirshman at Pimlico Junior High, who instilled a passion to not
only read with fluency and joy, but to teach others to do the same. Cole came to Roland Park after nearly five years as principal at Frederick Elementary, a failing school with standardized test scores in the 30th percentile. By the time she left, those scores had risen to 70 percent and Cole needed an extra box to pack up all her plaques and framed awards. Earlier this year, the Maryland State Department of Education named her Elementary School Principal of the Year and honored her with a Minority Achievement Award. She holds three Mayors Citations and a Governors Citation for excellence in education from her pre-principal career as an English and drama teacher. In those days, Cole often made the extra effort for students, for example, writing and directing plays for 300 thespians. Her most notable award, however, came in 1996, when she stood in the White House Rose Garden to receive the national Distinguished Teacher of the Year Award from President Bill Clinton. With her own two children grown and out of the house, Cole spends her free time mentoring first- and second-year principals. She is active in numerous leadership groups that study the arts and provide educational opportunities to youth. Among them are the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, a group of professional women who aid education, and LINKS, Inc., a chain of friendship that provides
hybrida) are also available now, which have deeper colors, double blossoms or variations in foliage color. The color range for blossoms has been extended to include yellow and black! Corsican Hellebore (Helleborus argutifolius) has pale green blossoms in late winter and early spring. They do well in woodland settings, so they are a natural for Roland Park. Plant them in sun or shade, with some protection from hot, late afternoon sun, and keep the soil moist and well drained. A rule of thumb is that the more moisture you provide, the more sun the plant can tolerate. Dry, sandy soil requires shade for the plant to do well. Unlike the camellias and witch hazels, hellebores will tolerate some alkalinity in the soil. Although nice as a single plant, they look best planted in groups. For more information on these plants, I recommend Michael Dirrs tome Manual of Woody Landscape Plants and the website: www.hellebore.com. Spring Beauties: There are so many wonderful flowering plants in the spring that I would like to ask for nominations for the three most interesting! Please send your suggestions to me at JMQUILT@aol.com, and Ill use them in my next column. Happy Gardening!
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4 Granny Smith apples, peeled and finely chopped 1 ea. red, orange and yellow pepper, very finely chopped 1 T. finely chopped garlic 1 medium onion, finely diced
3 cup lime juice (we use Nellie and Joes Key Lime Juice) 3 cup honey
1 jalapeno pepper, seeded and finely diced 1 bunch fresh cilantro, leaves only, well chopped
2 tsp. ground cumin
2 tsp. chili powder 1 T. olive oil Put diced apples in a large bowl, pour lime juice over them and toss. Place olive oil in a large skillet on high heat, add in colored peppers, onions and garlic, and saut very briefly (45 seconds to one minute). This takes away the raw taste of the veggies. Let cool briefly and then add to the apples, along with all other remaining ingredients. Toss well, chill and serve with sweet potato chips. Great for play-off parties, Super Bowl parties and tailgating!
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Bolton Street Synagogues Rabbi Jonathan Panitz
By Mark Hyman
Bolton Street Synagogue (BSS) welcomed a new rabbi this summer. Jonathan Panitz brings scholarship, spirituality and a highly unusual background to his position with the Evergreen congregation. Rabbi Panitz, 61, served 23 years as a chaplain in the U.S. Navy. During his time in the service, the rabbi was stationed in England, Italy, Japan, Israel and around the U.S., among other places.
To say that the rabbi speaks the Rabbi Jonathan Panitz reads from Genesis during a recent language of his new congregation Simchat Torah celebration. The Torah is held by Gary Felser. doesnt quite do justice to his linguistic Photo: Michael Berman skill. A graduate of New York University Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati and Leo Baeck Institute in London, he speaks German, At BSS, Rabbi Panitz quickly has made his presence felt. In Italian, Yiddish and Hebrew fluently. addition to officiating at his first High Holiday services in September and October, as well as other holidays and lifecycle Away from the pulpit, Rabbi Panitz has varied interests. He is an events, he has led several adult education classes for congregants. amateur astronomer, dabbles with the guitar and can be seen on One timely series explored, from a Jewish perspective, the ethics of the streets near his Catonsville home riding his motorcycle. war. I am tasked to be pastoral counselor, rabbi, educator, teacher, If you came by my house on a Sunday afternoon I might be under friend, resource person and communicator. I find myself a car, on a ladder cleaning out my gutters, in the house laying responsible for communicating the BSS message of concern and down a wooden floor, playing my electric blues guitar, on the respect for all to the general Baltimore community, the rabbi says. computer, sitting reading a good book on the porch with a glass of Says Ken Karpay, a long-time BSS congregant, who served on the good wine and a vintage Cuban cigar. I might also be off on a walk Rabbi search committee: Rabbi Jonathan is off to a terrific start. with Jane, my wife, and, in that case, you would not find me at Hes warm, intellectually engaging, and incredibly knowledgeable all, says the rabbi. of Judaism and the world, having traveled to almost every area on Rabbi Panitz, whose last position was rabbi of a congregation in the globe. Transitions to new spiritual leaders are always Lebanon, Pa., was chosen by Bolton Street from among 21 challenging. Jonathan has picked up where Mona Decker and applicants for the pulpit. He joined the congregation in July, Geoff Basik took us, and promises to take us to even more replacing Rabbi Mona Decker, who departed Bolton Street for interesting places. health reasons, and interim spiritual leader Geoff Basik, a rabbinical student who is continuing his training. Bolton Street president Lyn Watner says the congregation was drawn to Rabbi Panitz, called Rabbi Jonathan by many congregants, for his easygoing manner, scholarly knowledge and ability to comprehend the inclusiveness and openness of BSS. Over the past few months, we have seen our membership increase to its all-time high of 263 members and regular Friday night service attendance has increased dramatically, Watner says. The congregation seems to have flourished with the new leadership. Rabbi Panitz became aware of the Bolton Street Synagogue post in an improbable way. Someone sent me an advertisement that had been cut from a local magazine. I have never learned who that person is, he says, adding that the anonymous letter writer led him to a congregation where he is very much at home. Bolton Street Synagogue is a fascinating place, with diversity, eclecticism, deep respect for all its members and a love for Judaism. Though new to Baltimore, Rabbi Panitz has considerable ties to Maryland and Washington. He grew up in DC, where his father, also a rabbi, was a part-time professor of bible studies at George Washington University. In 1955, when the younger Panitz was 10, his father brought home a young divinity student for a traditional Jewish dinner. The guest at the Panitz table that evening was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Control of Invasive Non-Native Plants
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There are many species and genera. Phyllostachys, Bambusa and Pseudosasa are the most destructive. Many bamboos send runners great distances, under pavement and edging. Once established, they form impenetrable thickets that are almost impossible to eradicate. Plant bamboos only in containers, never in open soil. Prevent from spreading out drainage holes.
pampas grass (Cortaderia selloana and C. jubata), Japanese silver grass (Miscanthus sinensis) and reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea) have been the most invasive. Those with heavy seeds are less likely to spread.
Recommended Native Grasses
Native grasses usually grow in small clumps, in a mix of several species. Tall ones include Indian grass (Sorghastrum nutans), big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii), purple top (Triodia flava) and, on the coastal plain, switch grass (Panicum virgatum). Small to medium grasses include little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium), bottlebrush (Hystrix patula) and wild oats (Uniola latifolia). Native grasses provide nest sites for meadow birds, as well as food, cover and shelter for a wide variety of animals. In the garden, they offer textural contrast, and fall and winter interest.
Recommended Alternatives to Bamboo
Giant cane (Arundinaria gigantea), a wellbehaved native bamboo, is indigenous to damp woods and swamps on the coastal plain. Elsewhere, use native grasses or shrubs.
Invasive Ornamental Grasses
Often promoted as native plants, most ornamental grasses come from outside our region. Once established, they are extremely tenacious. They are now spreading into our meadows. So far,
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In loving memory of John A. Cochran (1928-2006), his family has installed beautiful new landscaping on the corner of Roland Avenue and Upland Road. Cochran was the assistant headmaster at Roland Park Country School from 1975 to 1980. Photo courtesy of the Cochran Family
No Room for Skeletons in Roland Park Closets
By Kathy Hudson
This is the time of year when Roland Park closets seem smallest. In spite of large, rambling houses, basements and third floors, the closets seem insufficient when stuffing in winter coats and holiday paraphernalia. The older the Roland Park house, the fewer the closets. Plat One was built at the turn of the century when wardrobes and cupboards customarily held clothes and china. By the 1920s, when the final plats were developed, more closets came with houses. Fortunately, our house in Plat Two was built in 1922, 20 years after the rest of our street. At first glance, we have plenty of closets. On the first floor, the coat closet under the stairs also has deep shelves at the back plus another walk-in closet beside it. The kitchen and pantry each have a large closet. On the second floor, every room but one has a closet. By todays standards they are small, so I rotate out-of-season clothes to two, spaghetti-thin third floor closets. Originally, those had only hooks around their perimeters, no bars, so I installed a long pole in one. Now I need a shepherds crook to reach the clothes at the far end. My father, a tall man with big clothes, used unattractive metal gizmos to hang good shirts on the outside of his closet door and keep them from being smashed inside. He installed portable metal wardrobes on the third floor near an ancestral wardrobe. I moved the latter to my bedroom years ago to accommodate turtlenecks, sweat pants and sweaters. As well as the build-up of the years, everyone has more stuff these days. More stores sell more things, even in this neighborhood, where commercial development is restricted. Eating establishments sell CDs and gifts. Items of all sorts line every inch of wall space at the grocery, pharmacy, hardware and pet store. In my lifetime, after the Baltimore Country Club golf course became Cross Keys, neighborhood clothing stores clustered there. Spaces that once had held dress, childrens and mens shops soon filled with antique, book and home furnishing stores, all whose goods continue to march down Roland Avenue into our houses. Old pictures inside neighborhood homes show fewer things. Most everyone today, even young people just starting off, has a lot of stuff. Baby equipment alone could fill all closets in any Roland Park house. We need massive home entertainment units to store videos, CDs and DVDs, mammoth kitchens, built-ins and roomsized closets to accommodate our gear. When houses are renovated, smaller rooms are appropriated for bathroom and closet expansion. At this house, the bathrooms, kitchen and closets are as they were
Susan M. Newhouse is an ElderCare Specialist and Geriatric Care Manager with Senior Solutions, which provides personalized geriatric care management services. To ask questions for future columns, you can reach Susan at 410-235-3171 or email@example.com.
Question: At 79, I am caring for my husband, age 85, who is frail and has a hearing loss. I find I am dreading the holidays, because of the additional demands. How can I cope with the holidays? Answer: Here are some pointers to help with the holidays. Plan ahead. Re-evaluate priorities in light of the current situation. Decide what is most meaningful to you and your family. Anticipate problems and set realistic goals. Include other family members in your decision-making, since each person may have his/her own ideas. Take care of yourself. Include ways to meet your own needs during the holidays. Give yourself mini-breaks here and there in your day to walk around the block, work on a puzzle or read the paper. Eating well, exercising and getting plenty of sleep are not selfish indulgences, but are critical to your health. The biggest gift you can give your loved one is your continued good health. Pick and choose. From all of the holiday traditions, select those that integrate well with whatever issues your loved one brings to the holidays. If twinkling holiday lights still bring a smile to someone with hearing loss, use a few to decorate. If familiar carols still hold some recognition for someone with Alzheimers disease, include some carol singing in your day. If
News from The Cathedral of Mary Our Queen
By Daniel Sansone, Director of Music Ministry, Cathedral of Mary Our Queen
The Cathedral of Mary Our Queen has had two very significant projects take place and would like to share the excitement with the community. One is the repointing of the north and south towers of the Cathedral. The south tower contains five spectacular bells, which had been silent since Easter Sunday of 2006. They were silenced so that the proper structural repairs could be done to the towers. The work has been completed, and the bells can now ring out and be heard in the neighborhood! The other project, which is in two phases, is the re-furbishing of the two grand Cathedral Organs, originally built by the Moller Organ Company. These Cathedral Organs have made a significant musical contribution to the community for over 45 years. The Schantz Organ Company, the oldest organ company in the U.S., is
responsible for the $1.5 million project. The Gallery Organ, which contains more than 6,000 pipes, is near completion. Housed in the east end of the grand Cathedral, the smallest pipes in this organ are the size of an ordinary pencil and the largest are 32 feet in length. On November 13th, the smaller Sanctuary Organ, housed in the west end of the Cathedral, was removed, packed up and sent back to the factory to be restored. Once it has been completed, the company will transport the organ back to the Cathedral for re-installation in the late spring of 2007. There will be two identical consolesthe command center of the organ that contains the keyboards and stop controlsthat will control both organs. This flexibility will afford the organist to play either organ from the Gallery or the Sanctuary. A special service of re-dedication of the organs and a special music series featuring the organs will take place when the project is complete. Those interested in learning more about the Cathedral Music Series and the programs featured for 2006-2007 are invited to visit the website at: www.cathedralofmary.org.
The Gallery Organ has more than 6,000 pipes, which range from the size of a pencil to 32 feet in length. Photo: Mikaele Sansone
Those interested in learning more about the project or in making a contribution are invited to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or to visit the Cathedral website.
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OASM WebService How To
A short How To Document describing how to use The OASM WebService
By Roland Villemoes, Alpha-Solutions A/S June 2007
Version 0.9 1.0 Dato 8/6-2007 7/4-2008 Forfatter Roland Villemoes Roland Villemoes Beskrivelse First version of the document written Added new categories
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The 1st of June 1007 the Danish FSA released at web based system for reporting notifications from Issuers and Major Shareholders. This Document describes the use of a WebService to do the same reporting of notifications for use by external systems. It is assumed that the reader has a technical background and has worked with internet technologies before.
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2.1. Digital Certificate
To access the WebService you must use a Digital Certificate (OCES). For time being the Danish company TDC handles everything on the Certificates so if you/your company does not have a certificate please contact TDC. There are 3 types of OCES certificates. For accessing the WebService you must have a Company Certificate. (You should also have some employee certificates for using the website).
Company Certificate without password
When you have your company certificate, you must create a version without a password. This may seem a bit weird, but the reason is this: - When you use a certificate as a user, you enter your password for the certificate when you access a web site etc. For using the WebService we assume that you actually need a system at your location to access the WebService. This means that every time your system tries to access the WebService a password must be entered. So to avoid this you need to create a version of your Company Certificate without a password. To do this follow these steps: a) Insure that the company certificate is installed on the machine you use to remove the password on. b) Export the certificate: Go to the page http://privat.tdc.dk/publish.php?id=6453 Follow the instructions on the page c) Delete the certificate from the certificate store: Start the Internet Explorer. Choose Tools, Internet options, Content, Certificates. Choose the certificate in the list and click Remove and Ok. d) Remove the TDC CSP program: Go to Control Panel, Add or Remove programs. Remove the TDC CSP.
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e) Import the certificate to the store: Start Internet Explorer. Choose Tools, Internet options, Content, Certificates. Choose Import.
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Choose next Choose Browse In Files of type, choose All files (*.*) Browse and select the certificate previously exported, Ok. Next Type in the password. Do not select the options "Enable strong private key.". In the production environment do not select the option "Mark this key as exportable." as it will be possible to move the certificate without knowing the password.
Next, Next, Finish. The certificate is now installed and will work without prompting for the password to access the private key. Notes Note that other certificates with private key protection will not work when the TDC CSP not installed. If you want to make them work reinstall the TDC CSP from the following link https://udstedelse.certifikat.tdc.dk/tdccsp/jsp/install.jsp
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To get access to the WebService you must: 1) Send the Subject of your Company Certificate to email@example.com 2) Send the external IP-address of the server/machine that will access the WebService (To open for a Firewall): firstname.lastname@example.org Regarding 1): The Subject field can be found accessing the Certificates from Internet Explorer: a) Choose Tools -> Internet options -> Content ->Certificates. b) Click on the certificate so that it is selected c) Click Show. d) Find the field Subject of the certificate. It should looks like: Serienummer = CVR:26986931-UID:1061814506515 CN = VIRK A/S - O = VIRK A/S // CVR:26986931
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Using the WebService
The WebService is located at the following URL: https://webservice.oasm.finanstilsynet.dk/oasm.asmx Open this URL in a browser to check that that you have access to her WebService Server. (This does not mean that you actually have access to use the various exposed methods) You can get the WSDL from this URL: https://webservice.oasm.finanstilsynet.dk/oasm.asmx?wsdl The WebService exposes several methods (as you can see from the URL above)
Each of these methods will be shortly described:
As the name tells, this method should be used when creating announcements. WSDL description:
<CreateAnnouncement xmlns="https://webservice.oasm.finanstilsynet.dk/"> <publicationDatetime>dateTime</publicationDatetime> <announcementTypeId>long</announcementTypeId> <informationTypeId>long</informationTypeId> <announcerCompanyName>string</announcerCompanyName>
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<announcerCvr>string</announcerCvr> <stockholderName>string</stockholderName> <stockholderSocialSecurityNumber>string</stockholderSocialSecurityNumber> <stockholderCvr>string</stockholderCvr> <stockholderNationalityId>long</stockholderNationalityId> <trusteeCvr>string</trusteeCvr> <registrationByInfo>string</registrationByInfo> <registrationUserUmsId>int</registrationUserUmsId> <registrationDateTime>dateTime</registrationDateTime> <headline>string</headline> <correctionId>long</correctionId> <applicationSourceTypeId>long</applicationSourceTypeId> <languageIds> <long>long</long> <long>long</long> </languageIds> <fileAttachments> <FileAttachment> <Filename>string</Filename> <Filebytes>base64Binary</Filebytes> </FileAttachment> <FileAttachment> <Filename>string</Filename> <Filebytes>base64Binary</Filebytes> </FileAttachment> </fileAttachments> </CreateAnnouncement>
Long String String String
Note Publication datetime of the announcement. That is, When was this announcement be known to the public (or will be known) Should always be: 1, if the announcement is an issuer announcement, or 2, if the announcement is a shareholder announcement See list of information types in Appendix A Name of the Announcer company. The CVR number of the Announcer company Name of the stockholder. Should be filled out when: - announcementTypeId =1 and
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stockholderCvr stockholderNationalityId trusteeCvr registrationByInfo registrationUserUmsId registrationDateTime
String Long String String Long Datetime
applicationSourceTypeId languageIds - long
Long List of Language ids List of File Attachments
informationTypeId=5, or - announcementTypeId=2 If stockholder is a Person and not a company. In DK a CPR should be used, for person that is not Danish citizens, please used something that identifies the person in that country. Used if stockholder is a company Se list of nationalities in Appendix B Should not be filled out Should not be filled out Should not be filled out Registration datetime of the announcement. That is, the date and time that this announcement will be visible/public. This can not be a date time in the past. The headline of the announcement AnnouncementId of a previous announcement that this announcement is a correction for. Should always be 2 See Appendix C for a list of language Ids.
FileAttachment: Filename Filebytes
String Name of the file attachment Base64encoded A Base64 encoded binary string of string the file
Returns: An Announcement object together with an assigned AnnouncementId if creation was successful. This Id can be used for deleting, retrieving or updating the announcement. If a validation fails an exception describing this will be thrown.
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This method can be used to delete an announcement, if allowed. (e.g. if the announcement is already published/public I can not be deleted) WSDL description:
<DeleteAnnouncement xmlns="https://webservice.oasm.finanstilsynet.dk/"> <announcementId>long</announcementId> </DeleteAnnouncement>
Note The AnnouncementId identifying the announcement to delete
Returns: True if the announcement was deleted. False of not.
This method can be used to get an announcement, if allowed. WSDL description:
<GetAnnouncement xmlns="https://webservice.oasm.finanstilsynet.dk/"> <announcementId>long</announcementId> </GetAnnouncement>
Note The AnnouncementId identifying the announcement to get
Returns: An Announcement object if success.
This method can be used to get an attachment, if allowed. When getting an Announcement, this method can be used to get the attachment referenced by the Announcement Object.
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<GetAttachment xmlns="https://webservice.oasm.finanstilsynet.dk/"> <attachmentId>long</attachmentId> </GetAttachment>
Note The AttachmentId from an Announcement object identifying an attachment.
Returns: An AttachmentResult is described as:
<GetAttachmentResult> <Descriptor> <AttachmentId>long</AttachmentId> <AnnouncementId>long</AnnouncementId> <AttachmentFileName>string</AttachmentFileName> <FileSize>long</FileSize> <FileTypeId>long</FileTypeId> <FileTypeName>string</FileTypeName> <FileTypeExtension>string</FileTypeExtension> <AttachmentTypeId>long</AttachmentTypeId> <AttachmentTypeName>string</AttachmentTypeName> </Descriptor> <Bytes>base64Binary</Bytes> </GetAttachmentResult>
This method is all most as the GetAttachment method. Only difference is that the result of this method does not contain the file-content. This method can be used to get the description of the file without the file it selves. WSDL description:
<GetAttachmentDescriptor xmlns="https://webservice.oasm.finanstilsynet.dk/"> <attachmentId>long</attachmentId> </GetAttachmentDescriptor>
Note The AttachmentId from an
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Announcement object identifying an attachment.
Returns: An AttachmentDescriptorResult is described as:
<GetAttachmentDescriptorResult> <AttachmentId>long</AttachmentId> <AnnouncementId>long</AnnouncementId> <AttachmentFileName>string</AttachmentFileName> <FileSize>long</FileSize> <FileTypeId>long</FileTypeId> <FileTypeName>string</FileTypeName> <FileTypeExtension>string</FileTypeExtension> <AttachmentTypeId>long</AttachmentTypeId> <AttachmentTypeName>string</AttachmentTypeName> </GetAttachmentDescriptorResult>
With this method you can perform searches through public announcements. This exposes the same functionality as the corresponding page on the website: https://oasm.finanstilsynet.dk/, or https://oasm.dfsa.dk/ WSDL description:
<SearchAnnouncements xmlns="https://webservice.oasm.finanstilsynet.dk/"> <headline>string</headline> <name>string</name> <announcerCvr>string</announcerCvr> <announcementId>long</announcementId> <informationTypeId>long</informationTypeId> <languageId>long</languageId> <nationality>long</nationality> <publicationFromDate>dateTime</publicationFromDate> <publicationToDate>dateTime</publicationToDate> <sortorder>int</sortorder> <pagenumber>int</pagenumber> <pagerecords>int</pagerecords> </SearchAnnouncements>
Arguments: Argument Type Note
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String Long Long
languageId nationality publicationFromDate publicationToDate Sortorder
Long Long Datetime Datetime Long Long Long
The headline of the announcement Searches the names of the announcement, e.g. Announcer Company name, Stockholder name etc. The CVR number of the Announcer company A specific announcement identified by an Id If stockholder is a Person and not a company. In DK a CPR should be used, for person that is not Danish citizens, please used something that identifies the person in that country. Se Appendix for a list of possible Ids Se Appendix for a list of possible Ids
Set this to 0 (order result with newest announcements first). Result is divided into pages. Starting from 1 Result is divided into pages. This argument tells how many announcement there should be on every page.
An AttachmentDescriptorResult is described as: <SearchAnnouncementsResult> <SearchResult> <AnnouncementId>long</AnnouncementId> <RegistrationDateTime>dateTime</RegistrationDateTime> <Headline>string</Headline> <AnnouncerCompanyName>string</AnnouncerCompanyName> <AnnouncerCvr>string</AnnouncerCvr> <InformationTypeNameDanish>string</InformationTypeNameDanish> <InformationTypeNameEnglish>string</InformationTypeNameEnglish> <Nickname>string</Nickname> <CompanyUrl>string</CompanyUrl> <NumberOfAttachments>long</NumberOfAttachments>
Arguments: Same arguments as for CreateAnnouncement, except for AnnouncementId, and AnnoucementGuid which must be supplied to uniquely identify the announcement to update.
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Appendix A: Information types
ID Beskrivelse 9 rsrapport Halvrsrapport Periodemeddelser Kvartalsrapporter Oplysninger om aktionrer Egne aktier Supplerende oplysninger Antal stemmerettigheder Hjemland Description Yearly report Six monthly report Periodical messages Quaterly reports Information about shareholders Own shares Supplemental information Total voting rights Home land Internal knowledge Insiders dealing Annual document Prospectus Prospectus - small Take Over Bids
10 Intern viden Ledende medarbejderes og disses nrtstendes 12 transaktioner 13 rligt dokument 14 Prospekter 15 Prospekter - sm 16 Overtagelsestilbud
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Appendix B: Countries
Id 900 Land Danmark Storbritanien Belgien Bulgarien Cypern Estland Finland Frankrig Grkenland Holland Irland Island Italien Letland Liechtenstein Litauen Luxembourg Malta Norge Polen Portugal Rumnien Slovakiet Slovenien Spanien Sverige Tjekkiet Tyskland Ungarn strig Andre lande Country Denmark Great Britain Belgium Bulgaria Cyprus Estonia Finland France Greece Netherlands Ireland Iceland Italy Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Norway Poland Portugal Romania Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Czech Republic Germany Hungary Austria Other countries
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Appendix C: Languages
Id Sprog Dansk Engelsk Svensk Tysk Bulgarsk Estisk Finsk Fransk Grsk Hollandsk Irsk Islandsk Italiensk Letisk Litauisk Luxembourgsk Maltesisk Norsk Polsk Portugisisk Rumnsk Slovakisk Slovensk Spansk Tjekkisk Ungarsk strigsk Andre sprog Language Danish English Swedish German Bulgarian Estonian Finish French Greek Dutch Irish Icelandic Italian Latvian Lithuanian Luxembourgish Maltese Norwegian Polish Portuguese Romanian Slovakian Slovenian Spainish Czech Hungarian Austrian Other languages
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