Centro Hispano, with M&T Bank on Golden Mile Celebrating Accomplishments of Frederick Immigrant High School Graduates
Centro Hispano, in collaboration with M&T Bank on the Golden Mile, would like to acknowledge and honor the accomplishments of our Frederick County immigrant high school graduates. Funds are being collected in order to purchase gift cards, which will be sent with a congratulatory letter to the students whose parents have preregistered them and consented to their child receiving a gift card. For more information on how to contribute or to enroll your child click on the title above.
The city of Frederick has officially endorsed a plan for the National Park Service to consolidate several services at the city’s Westside Regional Park on Golden Mile. The city’s aldermen voted unanimously Thursday night to approve a resolution of support for the park service’s plans to move its Historic Preservation Training Center and the Harpers Ferry Center Museum Conservation and Collections Facility to the 135-acre park being developed along Butterfly Lane on Frederick’s southern edge. The resolution was needed for park service staff to seek funding for the project at the professional level, Marc DeOcampo, chief administrative officer for the city, told the aldermen. Check out the full article at https://www.fredericknewspost.com/news/economy_and_business/real_estate_and_development/city-approves-resolution-to-support-nps-facility-at-westside-regional-park/article_2906d11f-db45-5de8-905d-a429de57934a.html
Don't forget that tomorrow May 23 the Woodsboro Bank on the Golden Mile will be accepting non-perishable food and personal hygiene product donations for the community! Support our local Food Banks and drop your donation at the Rt 40 location between 9:00am and noon!
Frederick County has announced a new small business grant program for those impacted by COVID-19. Applications open May 28,2020! Application and detailed information can be found at https://www.frederickcountymd.gov/8096/Jump-Start-Frederick-County-Business-Gra Spread the word!
Frederick is looking to unveil options next week for expanded outdoor dining to accommodate restaurants in the city once dine-in service is allowed to return. The city is developing possible ways to accommodate restaurants and bars for limited capacity dining at some point in the future. In shopping centers along the city’s Golden Mile and elsewhere, it could allow property managers to reconfigure parking spaces and internal sidewalks to help with outdoor dining and retail sales. What would businesses, property owners, and residents like to see on the Golden Mile. Let us know what you think!
Golden Mile – In Focus is a public art project created by award winning artist Wing Young Huie coming in June 2020 to the Golden Mile. In addition to photographs by Mr. Huie, local photographers can submit photographs for potential inclusion in the project. Get additional information by clicking on above title.
The National Park Service is considering Westside Regional Park as "a permanent home for the park service’s Historic Preservation Training Center, and the Harpers Ferry Center-Museum Conservation and Collections facility, a complex that could ultimately bring up to 150 jobs to the city." The Frederick News-Post l fredericknewspost.com
The Maryland Restaurant Relief fund is providing up to $2,500 in grants to as many qualifying grantees as possible to help support the Maryland restaurant industry in need of financial assistance during this time. Application for the grants can be found at Corecares.org/maryland-restaurant-relief-fund/