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Kendel Ehrlich will be the headliner as Merrie Street kicks off her campaign for Harford County Register of Wills. The event takes place on Thursday, April 8, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Bel Air’s Liriodendron. The Ehrlichs and Street have known each other for more than 15 years, after meeting during a Congressional debate Street moderated.

Governor Ehrlich was a frequent guest when Street was on WLIF-FM in Baltimore, where she interviewed him on a variety of topics.

“Bob and Kendel Ehrlich represented my views in their service in Congress and in Annapolis,” Street said in a press release. “I am elated and honored that Kendel will be taking time from her own packed schedule to join me April 8.”

Street made the decision to file for Register of Wills because of the skills and experience she could bring to the office.

“My journalism degree, management experience, years of teaching and creating outreach programming will all be utilized as Harford County’s Register of Wills,” Street said in the release. For more information, contact www.myregisterofwills.com or mstreet2010@yahoo.com. Discover what Merrie Street brings in her candidacy for Register of Wills.

Tom Cheche, former news director at WPOC, met and hired Street more than 30 years ago.

“Merrie came into the station, wrote and voiced a newscast and I hired her on the spot,” Cheche said in the release. “Merrie brings an extraordinary range of experience and perspective from all sides of the public and private sectors to any challenge she undertakes, and does it with intelligence, energy and empathy. In the more than 30 years since I first met and hired her, she has never failed to personify excellence. She leaves people better off for having known and worked with her.”

“There are people who know me from my years on-air at WPOC and WLIF. Others know me as “Virginia’s daughter,’ since my mother was very well known from her career as director of the Red Cross in Harford County. Still others know me from working with me at a variety of volunteer opportunities and, of course, I am Michael and Marc’s mom!”


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