'Run for Recovery' to lift spirits, stigma

A former Frederick County Drug Treatment Court participant is organizing a Run for Recovery in Frederick to raise money for the program. The run will be held Saturday at Monocacy Village Park. From left are organizers Paul Lively; Korey Shorb and his daughter, Kalynn; and Jennifer Myers. 

A few years ago, it was the lure of a small gift card that would help keep Korey Shorb out of trouble.

A participant in the county’s Drug Treatment Court, Shorb knew that if he could keep his act together on weekends, he might be rewarded at his next court appearance.

Danielle E. Gaines covers politics and government in Frederick County, splitting her time between Winchester Hall and The State House. Having grown up in Illinois, she lived in New York and California before settling in Maryland.

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