Delegate Donna Stifler used her shoe to take a whack at the cornerstone of the new Bel Air High School during a Rededication Ceremony October 11.
When a box designed to hold commemorative items wouldn’t fit all the way into the cornerstone, Stifler said she saw a bunch of men trying to push it down with their hands. But that didn’t work, so Stifler took off a black pump and let loose.
After a few thumps from her shoe and help from someone with a trowel, the insert was coaxed into place and the new cornerstone was laid without further incident.
Stifler’s take? “Leave it to a woman.”
HIRAM LODGEPOLE says
that ‘shoe move’ by the Delegate Stifler just might be worth a couple hundred votes in the next election…folks just want ‘real people’ to run this so-called government…and i doin’t know a bunch about the lady’s politics, but the commone sense approach to step up and use her shoe, like any other ladies of common sense would do, just seems a breath of fresh air…at least that’s the way i see it.