Government 

Exec. Gardner Recognizes Fire & Rescue Capt. Mullendore for Certification as Executive Fire Officer

County Executive Jan Gardner today recognized Capt. Christopher Mullendore of the Division of Fire & Rescue Services. He recently completed a four-year rigorous program to receive certification as an Executive Fire Officer through the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Fire Academy. Executive Gardner and DFRS Chief Tom Owens presented him with his official certificate during a ceremony at Winchester Hall. “I am pleased to honor Captain Mullendore for his successful completion of one of the most rigorous and academically challenging courses in the fire and rescue service,” said Executive Gardner.…

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Animal Control Invites Citizens to Attend 19th Annual Open House

Frederick County Animal Control and Pet Adoption Center is holding its 19th Annual Open House on Saturday, June 22, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event, which is family friendly, will be held at the facility’s location at 1832 Rosemont Avenue in Frederick. The Open House provides county residents with an opportunity to learn about Animal Control and pet adoption. Throughout the day, staff and volunteers will be on hand to show area residents adoptable animals, provide guided tours of the facility and answer questions. This event also features free food…

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