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Celebrate General Assembly birthdays with a 2014 State House Calendar

2014 CalendarGet the new Maryland State House 2014 Birthday Calendar produced by the staff of MarylandReporter.com.

It includes the birthdays of all 188 members of the Maryland General Assembly — including a dozen or more not found in their official bios or on Facebook, plus the birthdays of all statewide elected officials and Md. members of Congress.

Each month has original photos taken around the State House by the staff of MarylandReporter.com and by Tom Darden, official photographer for five Maryland governors.

This is a unique gift for staff, clients, lobbyists and activists. If you act now, you can have your calendars before Christmas.

The calendars are $30 a piece, and $15 of that is a tax-deductible contribution to MarylandReporter.com. Five to 14 calendars are $25 each; 15 or more calendars are only $20 each, and at that price, can be given by lobbyists to legislators without violating Ethics Commission rules.

Calendar pics by month

Click on the photos to see a larger version

Since we’re not Amazon.com, to buy calendars is a two-step process. First send an email to Len@MarylandReporter.com specifying the number of calendars and the shipping address with a phone number. Two, go online to Maryland Reporter’s PayPal page (CLICK HERE) and make the payment. (Arrangements can be made to pay for larger quantities by check.)


1-4 calendars, $30 per calendar

5-14 calendars, $25 per calendar

15 calendars and up, $20 per calendar

Price includes shipping and sales tax.

Order by Dec. 16 and have them before Christmas. The calendars will be on sale through January.

Len Lazarick

Editor and Publisher


6392 Shadowshape Place

Columbia, MD 21045

410-312-9840, Cell 410-499-5893


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