Glade Valley Obituaries 

Richard Trout

Richard Harrison Trout, age 89, near New Midway, died Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at Frederick Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. Born December 13, 1930 in Detour, he was the son of the late Harry Trout Sr. and Hallie Crum Trout. He was the husband of Kathleen V. McCuller Trout who died in 2017. Richard was a 1948 graduate of Walkersville High School where he was captain of the basketball, baseball and soccer teams. He was a lifelong dairy farmer and was a member of Mt. Zion Haugh’s Lutheran Church…

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Obituaries 

Linda Bowen-Snoots

Mrs. Linda Bowen Snoots, 76, of Walkersville, passed away on June 11, 2020, at Washington Hospital Center. She was the wife of Ray Snoots. Born in Baltimore, MD on February 15, 1944, She was the Daughter of the late Gilbert and Margaret Grilli. Linda was a 1962 graduate of Eastern High School, Baltimore, MD. After Graduation Linda attended John’s Hopkins school of Law, Hood College, and Frederick Community College . Linda worked for Lincoln National Life Insurance and later was a Medical Billing Specialist. Linda loved playing games, puzzles, and…

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Celebrations Glade Valley Government 

Independence Day Celebration on July 3rd

A note from The Burgess of Walkersville We hope you, as residents of Walkersville, who have been enduring the pandemic, will enjoy the fireworks display sponsored by the Town of Walkersville at 9:30 pm on Friday July 3rd. They will be launched from the Walkersville Volunteer Fire Company Carnival Grounds at 75 West Frederick Street. Food will be served at Company 11 (located on 79 W Frederick Street) between 6 to 9 p.m. and options will include chicken tenders and pizza. In the Activities Building, located on the Carnival Grounds,…

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Community Glade Valley Government 

County Executive Gardner to Host Virtual Town Hall to Begin Community Conversation on Racial Equity

Event to Take Place Monday, July 6 at 6 pm To begin a community conversation on racial equity, Frederick County Executive Jan Gardner will host a virtual town hall on Monday, July 6.  Many are energized for positive change following the March for Justice. People of all ages, races, and backgrounds are united together in a desire to ensure a fair and just community. However, with recent events, including hate-filled graffiti and counter-protestors at a unity rally, the need for a broad conversation is clear. The virtual town hall, which…

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