Larry Merewitz


Larry Merewitz MCM’s Training and Volunteer Services Mgr. will keep us updated on events going on in the Olney, Brookeville area. There are always new shows at the Theatre, restaurants opening and other events like National Night Out  in Olney and of course the farmers market.  I am expanding my area to  highlight different places I visit, events  I go to  and things I experience through photos and stories that may not be in the Olney Brookeville area.

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Brookeville's Story

photo of Welcome to Brookeville sign

Brookeville is a town located twenty miles (32 km) north of Washington, D.C. and two miles (3 km) north of Olney in northeastern Montgomery County, Maryland. Brookeville was settled by Quakers late in the 18th century, and was formally incorporated as a town in 1808. The town served the local agricultural industry, with a toll […]

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Brookeville: U.S. Capital for a day

  In 1814 James Madison was President of the U.S. On August 26 of that year, and during the war, President Madison  left Washington DC and went to Brookeville MD and held up there  for a day. Since then Brookeville has been  known as the U.S. Capital for a day. There is a sign, as […]

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Youth Sports Camp (Video & Photos)

With school coming to an end in June, we at MCM looked at some training ideas that would focus on middle and high school kids that may be fun after a long school year. We already had Back Pack Journalism planned and the Docs in Progress classes doing short documentaries, and  music videos.  We thought maybe a […]

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Elder Abuse Awareness Day-June 15

June 15 is Elder Abuse Awareness day, and each year the annual event is held around that date. This year event was held  on June 11,2014  at 2 senior centers in Montgomery County. This years main focus is on Senior Safety. The Rockville Senior Center hosted the event in the morning, and Holiday Park Senior Center in Wheaton hosted the […]

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Try Something New: Have a Ball

During this past winter  many people felt all boxed in with the snow and the cold weather, never ending. It didn’t seem like spring was ever going to get here. A lot of us said , when the warm weather gets here we are going to start jogging, playing tennis, gardening and other outside activities. Some of us actually […]

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Annapolis in a Minute (Video)

With all the snow and cold I thought I would share this video, to help show there is still hope for nicer days. It’s real short but gives a great overview of Annapolis. Enjoy and let us know what you think! .

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Editing Video is the Answer

Every family has some form of a camera , point and shoot, maybe a step up to the SLR’s, even a small relatively inexpensive video camera. Nowadays, don’t even need a camera, still or video all you need is a phone and it can do it all.  You think about all this and do a lot […]

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January TV Production Classes Begin

Its January, the holidays have come and gone, gifts opened and  things are getting back to normal. The weather has actually made it feel like winter and gave us a good excuse to sit in and watch TV.  You watch TV and have your favorite shows that you look forward to seeing every week. With […]

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New Explorer Post Open House Set for Nov. 6

This open house is to introduce people to the  Explorers program.  Exploring is Learning for Life’s career-education program for young men and women ages 14 (who have completed 8th grade) – 20. Many community organizations are selected to be Explorer Posts and are available to give real hands on experience for the youth in the community. […]

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TV Production Classes Begin Sept 11

Field Producers and Field Camera people needed for the classes beginning Sept 12 and 14.  These classes will allow you to start a project and take out equipment  to do shoots. If you are a Studio Producer the Field classes are very helpful to go along with that . Using roll-ins and B-roll in a studio […]

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