Rutherford visits St. Michaels businesses

Rutherford visits St. Michaels businesses

Maryland Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford visits St. Michaels Friday, July 31, on his afternoon tour of Talbot County. With him are Talbot native Ryan Snow, Eastern Shore Representative, Office of Intergovernmental Affairs; Department of Natural Resources Secretary and Talbot County native Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio; Jaime Windon, owner of Windon Distilling, home of Lyon Rum and Gray Wolf Spirits; Rutherford; Secretary of Commerce Kelly M. Schulz; and R.B. Wolfensberger, lead distiller and co-founder of Gray Wolf Craft Distilling.

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