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December 27, 2005|by STACI CLIPP

Hello!

Happy New Year! Hard to believe in a few more days it' ll be 2006. May you achieve all your dreams and goals that you set out to .I hope everyone enjoyed their Christmas and the kids are enjoying their vacation. If you are making resolutions, good luck with them!




Congratulations

Congratulations go to Courtney Harnish, from her Nanny Rouzer for finishing her studies at Shepherd University. Her nanny says that Courtney has done such a fine job despite going through a hard personal time. She has passed all her exams and will be walking across the stage in May. Your family is very proud of you and knew you could do it! Good luck with your future!




Good Times Express

The next ballroom dance will be Sunday, Jan. 1, featuring Fancy Brass. Admission is $9 per person for the even at the Masonic Temple, at 54 S. Potomac St. For additional information or to purchase tickets, call Ken Welch at 301-733-9156.

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Attractions

There' s still time to catch the following Christmas attractions:

The Trains of Christmas continues Dec. 26, 29, 30 and 31 at the Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum. Enjoy the sounds, visions and snow of Christmas past and present. Call 301-739-4665 or 301-733-3638 for information and times.

Christmas at the Miller House - The "12 Days of Christmas" display continues Dec. 28, 29, 30 and 31 at 135 W. Washington St. For more information, call 301-797-8782.

German Christmas, featuring German Christmas customs and traditions in the home of the founder of Hagerstown, continues Dec. 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31 at the Jonathan Hager House. Call 301-739-8393 for additional details.




Spread the news

Well, that's it for this week. If you have any news or information, please give me a call or you can reach me by e-mail at staciclipp@yahoo.com

May you have a terrific New Year and please remember that if you are going to be drinking, please be responsible enough to have someone sober drive you. Let's not start the new year on a tragedy.

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