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For the record

September 11, 2005

On Friday, Sept. 9, at the Hagerstown Suns home playoff game against Delmarva, the Suns and Hub Labels were to present a check to the Hagerstown Community College Foundation for $6,150.

As part of the "Swingin' for the Fences" season-long promotion, Hub Labels has been donating $50 for each Suns home run hit to the nonprofit HCC Foundation. The Suns players combined to hit 123 home runs over the 2005 season.

"We are thrilled that we were able to play a part in helping to raise the $6,150," said Suns General Manager Kurt Landes. "Hub Labels wanted to be involved with the Hagerstown Suns, but also highlight their support and community involvement. It was an easy win-win."

The Hagerstown Community College Foundation Inc. raises funds in support of the programs and activities at HCC. The foundation provides financial support to HCC students through scholarship funds that have been established over the years by generous supporters of the college.

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"Hub Labels is delighted to have been the corporate sponsor of this innovative and fun promotion that will help our community's students by giving them an opportunity to advance their studies at HCC," said Tony Dahbura, corporate vice president of Hub Labels. "We commend the Hagerstown Suns management and players for making it possible."




Hagerstown Community College was recently presented a $1,500 student scholarship by Maryland Law Enforcement Officers Inc. The scholarship is awarded annually to a student pursuing a career in law enforcement. The student must also be in good scholastic standing and in need of financial assistance. Patrick Zito, center, from the Maryland Law Enforcement Officers, presents the check to HCC President Guy Altieri. At left is David Yohman, associate professor of administration of justice.

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