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November 19, 2002

Summit Health Healthcare Career Clubs



Open to area teens ages 14 or older.

Clubs meet regularly from September to May (excluding December) to introduce area youth to career opportunities in health care. Health care professionals talk about their careers. There is a question and answer period and light refreshments.

The Chambersburg, Pa., club meets today (the third Tuesday of each month), from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Chambersburg Hospital, Lecture Room A, ground floor, Chambersburg.

The Waynesboro, Pa., club meets Thursday, Nov. 21 (third Thursday of each month), from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Waynesboro Hospital, Conference Room, first floor, Waynesboro.

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For information, call Kathy Donzella,

1-717-709-4774; or send e-mail to

kdonzella@summithealth.org.

Rampage Teen Social Club



615 W. King St.

Martinsburg, W.Va.

Middle School DJ Dance


Friday, Nov. 22, 6 til 10:30 p.m.

D&M DJ Service

$5 cover

High School DJ Dance


Saturday, Nov. 23, 7 til 11:30 p.m.

$5 cover

Identification is required of all participants in Rampage club activities. Saturday nights are now open to high school students only.

For information, call 1-304-264-0944.

Coolfont Second Annual Gingerbread Contest



Sponsored by Coolfont Resort

3621 Cold Run Valley Road

Berkeley Springs, W.Va.

Entry deadline is Sunday, Dec. 8, 3 p.m., at Coolfont's Treetop House.

First and second prizes will be awarded in several categories, including teens.

Grand prize is choice of a two-night mid-week wellness getaway for two, Spa-for-a-day or snow tubing party for six. Other prizes include dinners for two at Treetop House Restaurant, gift certificates to the Coolfont gift shop and snow tubing passes.

The contest is open to everyone, including Coolfont employees.

Contestants may submit entries individually or as a group.

Entries in the professional category must be made entirely of gingerbread or graham crackers; amateur entries may be reinforced with wire, cardboard or popsicle sticks.

Houses or sculptures may take any shape or form and must be 36 inches or less in width and height.

Each entry must be submitted on a cardboard, wooden or plastic base that is larger than the creation itself.

Entries may be decorated with candy or other embellishments that are edible and will not decay within a month.

Winners will be judged on creativity, beauty or impact of design, and execution.

Entries must remain at Coolfont through Tuesday, Dec. 31.

For information, call Mara Ashelman,

1-304-258-6941.

- Compiled by Jean Baraclough, editorial assistant

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