The Maryland Farm Bureau Newsletter was produced from 1936 to 1952 and then became the Maryland Farm News. In 1970, the Northeast Agriculture publication was introduced which evolved into its own Maryland edition called Maryland Agriculture in 1983. In the early 1990s, Spotlight took over as the state’s communicator to farmer members. A quarterly full-color, glossy magazine to educate and communicate with all members of the organization, My Maryland, was published from 2007-2014. The current newsletter, Chesapeake Bay Farm & Food, is a full-color print that took the place of Spotlight and is sent quarterly to all members.
In 1989 and in 1991, the Cinderella community was shaken by the passing of its two founders, Craig Toler, Executive Director of the Cinderella Scholarship Program and Carl Dunn, the President of International Productions and Publications, Inc., the parent company of Cinderella. After the passing of its founders, Cinderella was put under the leadership of Fred Vollman , Jr. and its talented Executive Staff, led by Donna Breen. With their dedication and creativity, the Cinderella Scholarship Program prepared itself to enter the 21st century as the undisputed leader in the pageant industry.