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Clear Spring Town Council briefs

November 11, 2003|by MARLO BARNHART

Crutchfield awarded $50 savings bond


CLEAR SPRING - The Mayor and Town Council on Monday night awarded Allison Crutchfield a $50 savings bond after she was named October's outstanding student at Clear Spring High School.

A sophomore, Crutchfield was accompanied by her family as she received the honor at the monthly town meeting.

Students who win the monthly honor automatically are eligible to vie for the town-sponsored scholarship in their senior year.

Door decorations being judged Dec. 15


CLEAR SPRING - Residents who live within the town limits again will be competing for cash prizes during the Christmas season in Clear Spring when front door decorations will be judged.

Judging will be done on Dec. 15, it was announced at Monday night's meeting of the Mayor and Town Council.

Prizes are $100 for first place, $50 for second place and $25 for third place.

Election winners congratulated


CLEAR SPRING - The three candidates for town offices who were re-elected in last week's town election were congratulated at Monday night's monthly meeting.

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Mayor Paul Hose Jr., and council members Mason Mundey and Gary Grove were returned to their respective offices for new two-year terms. Dennis Weaver, clerk of Washington County Circuit Court, will swear them in at the Dec. 8 meeting.

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