Kid's Passport to Maryland History 2017
14800 Governor Oden Bowie Drive
Upper Marlboro, Maryland
April 29, 2017
Troopers participated in the Prince George's County Parks
and Recreation walk through Maryland History for Kids.
We joined the Prince George's Library System,
Upper Marlboro Branch, the National Park Service,
Prince George's Parks and Recreation Department,
and the National Capitol Radio and Television Museum.
Darnall Chance Museum
Troopers Hunter and Crawford
Naturalist Lisa Bierer-Garrett, Patuxent Rural Life Museums with Trooper Crawford
Trooper Hunter stamping a young visitor's History Passport
(right photo) Brian Belanger and Andrew Garner of the National Capitol Radio
and Television Museum. Mr. Belanger is the Curator, CallSign KB3PRS.
(left photo) Charde Reid, Assistant City Archaeologist, Prince George's County Parks and
Recreation Department with Trooper Crawford's grandkids
Trooper Crawford with Dr. Synatra Smith of the Prince George's African American Museum and Cultural Center
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