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Williamsport Community briefs

September 11, 2002

Community service set for Williamsport church



WILLIAMSPORT - A community youth-led service of scripture and prayer will be today at 9 a.m. at Williamsport United Methodist Church, 25 E. Church St.

The service will be in the church sanctuary.




Adventist church hosts memorial service today



A memorial service is planned at Hagerstown Seventh-day Adventist Church on Robinwood Drive today at 7 p.m.

Members of area fire departments are being invited so they can be presented with a plaque in appreciation for their service to the community.

Ten years ago, the Seventh-day Adventist Church on Dual Highway burned down and at the time, the congregation didn't get the chance to thank the firefighters who fought that fire then.

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Event set for seniors needing legal assistance



Seniors who need legal aid or who want to better understand the judicial system are invited to attend a gathering Sept. 18 at AMVETS Post 10, 770 Frederick St.

Lewis Metzner, a Hagerstown attorney, will be on hand from 1:30 to 3:15 p.m. to answer questions and to explain how the law works in Maryland.

The program, which is sponsored by Triad of Washington County, is free and includes refreshments and prizes.

Those who attend are asked to use the side entrance.




Zonta Club awards grant to Brook Lane Services



The Zonta Club of Hagerstown has awarded a $50,000 challenge grant to Brook Lane Services for its Bridging the Gap building campaign.

The gift, given in honor of Zontian Louise Sutter, will match dollar for dollar each of the first $50,000 gifts and pledges received for the renovation and expansion of the center's inpatient unit.

Sutter, who died in 1999 at age 94, was a member of Zonta for nearly 50 years. During her term as president, she traveled nationally and internationally to Zonta activities. Sutter owned and operated a beauty salon on Potomac Avenue. At the time of her death, she bequeathed portions of her assets to the Zonta Club of Hagerstown, her church and several other local charities.

Brook Lane Health Services has launched a capital campaign to assist in the costs of renovating and expanding their inpatient hospital unit. The project will provide 42 individual hospital rooms for children, adolescents, adults and elder adults.

For more information about the project, call Kay E. Hoffman, CFFE at Brook Lane Health Services, at 301-733-0330, ext. 272.

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