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The students at Southern Middle School in Oakland, MD won second place in the Junior Group Website category a the state competitions with their entry on the "Women's Rights Movement"
These students, Katie Catulle and Lillia Rose will go on to represent Maryland at National History Day in June.

Northern Middle School, teacher, Amanda Wilburn, won Garrett County teacher of the Year for Maryland Hstory Day.

The Maryland Women’s Heritage Center was established to preserve the past, understand the present, and shape the future by recognizing, respecting, and transmitting the experiences and contributions of Maryland women of diverse backgrounds and from all regions of the state. As the Center is currently in the planning stages, check back often for the latest press releases and media coverage about the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center, as well as to download past issues of our quarterly newsletter

Additionally, the Maryland Women’s Heritage is interested in events and activities of importance to women and girls, as well as important women’s issues. View items of interest to the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center.

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Women's History Month 2016 Women's History Conference

I’m honored to have been recognized by Maryland National Organization for Women and Maryland Women’s Heritage Center for my work on Pay Equity, Anti-Stalking and other legislation impacting women along with Senators Karen Montgomery, Joanne Benson & Delores Kelley. Thank you to Linda Mahoney and leaders of Maryland NOW and Women’s Heritage Center for your exemplary work in helping us pass laws to uplift women, children, families and all hard working individuals. Senator, Susan Lee


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For media inquiries or to be added to the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center press list, contact the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center at or 443-996-1788