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Donate to the Mary Lou Dewey Sculpture Park

The purpose of the Friends of the Mary Lou Dewey Sculpture Park is to assist in the purchase and placement of new sculptures for the park. In addition, funds also assist in the maintenance, beautification, and activities of the Mary Lou Dewey Sculpture Park.

Toby Mendez: Our Next Sculptor

The next sculpture in Westminster’s Mary Lou Dewey Sculpture Park will be created by Toby Mendez. Toby is a Maryland-based sculptor with over 25 years of experience in creating significant works of art. These include The Thurgood Marshall Memorial in Suffolk County, New York, A Tribute to the Oyster Tonger at Annmarie Sculpture Garden in Solomons, and The Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards, dedicated in 2012 and featuring the six Orioles in the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Donor Levels

Epic — $25,000 and above
Memoir — $10,000 to $24,999
Folio — $5,000 to $9,999
Manuscript — $2,500 to $4,999
Anthology — $1,000 to $2,499
Novella — $500 to $999
Short Story — $100 to $499
Haiku — up to $99

  • Donors at Memoir level and above will be recognized on a plaque near the new Toby Mendez sculpture.
  • Donors at Anthology level and above will be recognized on the park wall plaque.
  • Donors of $25 and above will be recognized on our website at the link below.
  • All donors will be invited to a private reception to celebrate the installation in Fall 2014.

Thank you to all of our Mary Lou Dewey Sculpture Park Donors

We would like to thank the Carroll County Commissioners and the Maryland State Library Capital Grants program for funding the renovation of the Westminster Branch and the park in front of the library, the City of Westminster for reconstructing the crosswalk leading to the park, and the Carroll County Bureau of Facilities and the Detention Center for support during the branch renovation.

We are also grateful to the following individuals whose generous donations are allowing us to purchase sculpture for the park, making it a distinctive destination for our residents.

Other significant contributors to the sculpture project include Bart Walter, Cheryl Wheeler, the Carroll County Arts Council, Lehigh Cement, and Joseph L. Mathias Monuments.

Epic — $25,000 and over

  • Bonnie and Dick Clendaniel
  • Sarah S. Booth and Kathryn E. Booth Corbin — In Memory: David Speicher Booth and Michael Lippincott Booth

Memoir — up to $24,999

  • BB&T
  • Davis Library, Inc.
  • Lynn Wheeler and Gerald Klauber
  • R. D. Bowman and Sons, Inc. — In Honor: Ralph, Edward and Robert Bowman

Folio — up to $9,999

  • Marty and Kelly Hill
  • B. Jackson Finch — In Honor: Martha M. Makosky
  • Students of the Ballet Slipper — In Honor: Medora Lynn; In Memory: Robert Lynn

Manuscript — up to $4,999

  • The GFWC Woman's Club of Westminster
  • Mary Lou Dewey Fund
  • Tevis Energy/Modern Comfort

Anthology — up to $2,499

  • Audrey Gosnell, In Honor — Farm Families of Carroll County
  • Barbara A. and Richard D. Lease
  • Carroll and Sue Yingling
  • Carroll County Arts Council
  • Dale and Jeanne Bowman
  • David R. Peloquin
  • Deborah A. and Thomas J. Rio
  • Don Vetter — In Memory: Ray Levin
  • Harvey B. and Ruth E. Bair — In Memory: Mary Lou Dewey
  • Integrated Technology Group
  • James R. and Elizabeth R. Myers, Jr. — In Honor: Jamie, Jackie, and Julie Myers
  • Janet and David Flora
  • Joan Develin Coley and M. Lee Rice
  • John B., Sharon Hafner, and Ben Yingling — In Memory: Byrd Yingling
  • Law Offices of Hill & Barnes, LLC
  • Lehigh Cement
  • Liberty Systems, Inc.
  • Mark and Hilary Hatfield
  • Mary Lee Yingling
  • Paul Chalson — In Memory: Elizabeth Giles (Betty) Chalson, Teacher, 1st grade, 28 years, Sandymount Elementary
  • Priscilla G. Teeter
  • R. Gary Roop — In Honor of his seven generations of Ancestral Farmers in Carroll County
  • Richard J. and Karen F. Soisson
  • Robert T. and Carolyn L. Scott
  • Ruth C. Gray and Lloyd R. Helt
  • Scott and Marcia Reinhart — In Memory: Robert C. Szymanski
  • Stephanie and Sara Szymanski — In Memory: Robert C. Szymanski
  • Students of East Middle School
  • Suzanne Albert — In Memory: Rebecca Ann Albert
  • Thomas, Bennett & Hunter, Inc.
  • Thomas W. and Donna M. Berneski - In Memory: Helen B. Hill
  • Thomas W. and Donna M. Berneski
  • Vince and Kathleen Campanella
  • Westminster Facelift Fund

Novella — up to $999

  • Elizabeth B. Dewey — In honor: Mary Lou Dewey
  • Fred Dickinson
  • Frank Baylor and Jenny Teeter
  • J. Robert Frazee
  • Kathleen and Vincent Campanella
  • Mark and Mary Helen Dennis
  • Richard I. and Loretta F. Hill
  • Susan Del Carmen Ridder – In Honor: Brenda Proper
  • Texas Roadhouse of Carroll County
  • The Williamson Family
  • Westminster Library Staff — In Memory: Dorothy Dixon Dickinson

Short Story — up to $499

  • Alexander G. and Janet Engle Ober
  • Audrey and Joseph Cimino
  • Adreon W. Hubbard
  • Alice K. Kushner — In Memory: Frank Kushner
  • Amy L. M. Meyers — In Memory: Robert C. Szymanski
  • Andrew Richardson
  • Barbara A. Smith
  • Barbara Olsh
  • Beverly and Richard Fash — In Honor: Anna and Danny Fash
  • Brian and Lynda Lockard — In Honor: children and grandchildren
  • Carl and Dolly Darigo — In Honor: Paul and Dorothy Martin
  • Carol and Ronald Kershner
  • Carroll County Farm Bureau
  • Carroll County Genealogical Society
  • Carroll Lutheran Village
  • Carroll County Public Library Staff
  • Carroll County Retired School Personnel
  • Carroll Lutheran Village Book Club
  • Cynthia Piazza
  • Cathy and Ray Arnold
  • David and Dee Roush
  • David and A. Elizabeth Brauning
  • Dayle F. and John Martin Jones, Jr. — In Memory: Mary Lou Dewey
  • Damian L. and Leigh Swann Halstad
  • Dean Robert Camlin
  • Dolores Maminski and Eugene Edgett
  • Dorothy M. Stoltz
  • Dr. Faye Pappalardo — In Honor: Helen Pappalardo
  • Eleanor Starr Darcy
  • Elizabeth F. Bibee
  • Forrest and Ada Woods
  • Frank J. and Dolores Batavick
  • Gary L. and Marion J. Kerns — In Memory: Dorothy Dixon Dickinson
  • Gary S. Honeman — In Honor: Mary Honeman
  • James M. Kelly
  • Jan and Dave Flora
  • Jane S. Sewell - In Memory: Robert E. Sewell
  • Jeff and Linda Ibex
  • Jim and Michelle Boesler
  • Jill C. and David E. Kartalia
  • Joan McKee
  • Joyce E. and Harvey Muller — In Honor: 30 year anniversary at McDaniel College.
  • Kathleen A. and Richard J. Keen
  • Keir R.D. and Lyn A. Knight
  • Ken and Barbara Beverungen — In Memory: Mary Lou Dewey
  • Lawn Doctor, F. S. Richardson, Inc., – In Honor: Dottie Freeman
  • Lauren Keppel – In Honor: CCPL Outreach Department
  • Lisa Picker — In Honor: Dottie Freeman
  • Lois Leasure — In Honor: William Hiatt; In Memory — Mary Lou Dewey
  • Library Link Service to Seniors Office Volunteers
  • Lynne and Michael Becker
  • Lynette and Ronald Brewer
  • Maggie’s Restaurant
  • Main Street Advisors, LLC
  • Marge Wolf
  • Mary Ann Ashcraft — In Honor: Martha M. Makosky
  • Nancy and Joe Lynch
  • Marjorie and Jeffrey Kimble
  • Melinda and John Byrd
  • Montagu Hankin, Jr. — In Memory of Marcia G. Hankin
  • Park and Marjorie Espenschade — In Memory: Godfrey Biehl, Fellow Artist and Grandfather
  • Patricia Keener
  • Philip and Danielle Becker
  • R. Wayne Barnes
  • Rev. and Mrs. Gerald D. Fuss
  • Richard and Eileen Soper
  • Risk Management Consultants, LLC
  • Rosemary M. and James M. Roenick — In Memory: Wanda Torrieri Cook and John Torrieri
  • Roxanne Fleming
  • Ruth J. Wheeler — In honor: Lynn Wheeler
  • Stephanie and Robert C. Szymanski — In Honor: Westminster Library Staff
  • Sue and Wayne Cavey — In Honor: Westminster Library Staff
  • Thomas and Donna Berneski – In Memory of Gloria R. Soto
  • Todd Herring
  • William G. Wilson — In Memory: Mary Lou Dewey
  • William R. Perry

Haiku — $25 to $99

  • Alan Bogage
  • Andrew Stewart
  • Anne-Therese Hov
  • Arlene F. Klair
  • Barbara Gilliss
  • Barbara Olsh — In Memory: Mary Louise Lindsay Olsh
  • Betty “Nell” Young
  • Bryan Hissong
  • Carey Gaddis and Arthur Lapenotiere - In Memory: Willie C. Gaddis
  • Carolyn Ratliff
  • Carole Roberts
  • Charles A. Berry
  • Cheryl Davis - In Honor: Dottie Freeman
  • Chris Swam
  • Cindy Parr
  • Dale and Linda Brown
  • Daniel Shipley
  • Dean and Pat Minnich
  • Edie Haschert
  • Edward Miller
  • Erin Ostendorf-Snell — In Honor: CCPL Outreach Services
  • Elizabeth A Sensabaugh
  • Harry and Peg Mandel
  • Helen Totura - In Memory: George and Lela Tracy
  • Jane Eickhoff
  • Jay and Ariel Harper Nave
  • Jeff and Lisa Degitz
  • Jeffrey and Ellen Morse
  • Joe Salem
  • John and Marian Witiak
  • John Witiak
  • Kathryn L. Green
  • Kenneth Holniker
  • Lane B. and Helen Dorsey Lee — In Honor: Honey Dorsey
  • Lee James
  • Lisa M. Hughes
  • Lucille C. Kerns - In Memory: Mary Lou Dewey
  • Lynne Dalrymple
  • Nadine and Henry Rosendale, Jr. — In Memory: Robert C. Szymanski
  • Nettie B. Taylor
  • M. Susan Bollinger, M.D.
  • Marilynn M. Thorpe
  • Marjorie R. Kimble — In Memory: Mary Lou Dewey
  • Margaret Krey
  • Marion Witiak
  • Michael F. Eckard - In Memory: Mary M. Eckard
  • Owen Warfield
  • Pam Zappardino and Charles Collyer
  • Pat and Doug Miller - In honor: Dottie Freeman
  • Patty Sundberg
  • Paul F. Vietz, MD
  • Peggy Pond
  • Quantum Internet Services, Inc.
  • Rebecca and Joseph Maurio
  • Ray T. Brown — In Memory: Emma Myers Brown
  • Richard Haddad
  • Richard V. Boswell
  • Robert J. and Ruthanne M. Lillis — In Memory: Mary Lou Dewey
  • Ruth Shipley — In Honor: Eleanor Fique
  • Sarah Melissa Witiak
  • Shirley B. Brown — In Memory: Emma Myers Brown
  • Steve Horn
  • Stephen A. and Donna R. Eckard
  • Susan Thornton
  • Susan Williamson
  • Ted and Joann Zaleski
  • Ted John Witiak
  • The Woman's Club of Westminster, Inc.
  • Thomas Zane
  • Todd Combs
  • Tony and Donna Eckard - In Memory: William M. Eckard, Jr.
  • Wayne and Sue Cavey
  • William G. Jones, CPA
  • Worth F. Kerr, Jr
  • Valery Brown Dennis — In Memory: Upton and Alice Myers

How to Donate

The Friends of the Mary Lou Dewey Sculpture Park is a Fund of the Community Foundation of Carroll County, Inc. Your donation is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. The Community Foundation of Carroll County, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Donations may be undesignated or designated for the purchase of new sculpture, maintenance and beautification of the park, or the endowment. Donations are also accepted at any Carroll County Public Library branch.

Mary Lou Dewey Park Brochure

Community Foundation - Friends of the Mary Lou Dewey Sculpture Park

For other donations to library activities, contact Tony Eckard at 443.293.3129 or by email; or Lisa Picker at 443.293.3196 or by email