Comptroller Franchot stands alongside Joanne Hutton in the kitchen at Simmons Center Market.
Comptroller Franchot visits the kitchen at the family-owned-and-operated Simmons Center Market. From left, Rosie Travers, Ricky Travers, Comptroller Franchot, and Calvin Travers, a Dorchester County judge on the Orphans Court
Comptroller Franchot views some of the gifts available at Joie De Vivre Gallery
Comptroller Franchot pays for a purchase at Sur Jeudi, a children’s boutique. Clockwise from left: Mayor Jackson-Stanley, Comptroller Franchot, and boutique owners Jamaal Washington and Ashley Banks Washington
Comptroller Franchot is welcomed to Joie de Vivre Gallery by art gallery owner Joy Staniforth
Maryland Delegate Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio welcomes Comptroller Franchot to Cambridge. Flanking them are Mayor Jackson-Stanley, left, and Dorchester County Councilman Ricky Travers
Comptroller Franchot stands alongside Trevor Carouge, business development associate at Provident State Bank.
Mayor Jackson-Stanley, second from left, stands inside the specialty shop A Few of My Favorite Things and welcomes Comptroller Franchot to Cambridge. At far left stands Carol Levy, owner of A Few of My Favorite Things.
Comptroller Franchot was greeted upon his arrival in Cambridge by student volunteers at Pleasant Day Medical Adult Day Care. Standing with the students are Cambridge City Commissioner Gage Thomas, far left; Comptroller Franchot, and Cambridge Mayor Victoria Jackson-Stanley, second from right.
Comptroller Franchot purchases some molasses from clerk JoAnn Pritchett at Simmons Center Market
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