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January 18, 2006|by LORI HALL

Hub Boosters to hold bingo event

Support the North Hagerstown High Band Boosters while enjoying a game of bingo at the Funkstown Moose!

On Sunday, Jan. 22, you can play 22 games of bingo and win money toward your favorite Pampered Chef products!

Doors open at noon and bingo begins at 1 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance or at the door. The concession stand will be open and raffles are available. For more information or to order tickets, call Pam at 301-791-5998.

Bonanza set for Feb. 18

The Williamsport Fire Hall will host the annual North High Band Boosters' Bonanza on Feb. 18.

Doors will open at 5 p.m., dinner is at 6:30 p.m., the bonanza starts at 8 p.m. and dance the night away with DJ music from 9 p.m. to midnight. This event is for adults and tickets will be sold in advance only.

Tickets are $30 and they cover two adults and their dinner. The final ticket wins $1,000! Please call Pam at 301-791-5998 to purchase your tickets.

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PTA meetingset for tonight

A PTA meeting will be held tonight at Maugansville Elementary School at 6:30. All interested parents welcome.

School plans fund-raiser

Maugansville Elementary will have a fundraiser at Chuck E. Cheese's on Thursday from 3 to 9 p.m. Your student will wear home a sticker for free tokens that night only! Join us for fun!

Happy birthday

Lordy, Lordy, look who's 40! Happy birthday, Dad - Robert Daley Jr.. From your son, Matthew.

Historical Society to meet Jan. 26

There will be a meeting of the Maugansville Historical Society on Thursday, Jan. 26, at 2 p.m. at the Ruritan Community Building. All interested area residents are invited to attend.

Fishing club to hold flea market

The Cabin Creek Bass Masters will be holding its third annual Indoor Fishing Flea Market on Feb. 4-5. The event is open to the public and there is a $2 donation, children under 12 are free. New and used fishing tackle will be available, as well as a fresh- and salt-water guide, boat dealer, door prizes and more.

Come out to the Maugansville Ruritan Club on that Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Basketball teams plan fundraiser

Two girl's basketball teams - the Junior Hubs of Northern Middle and the Hubs of North High - will be holding a fundraiser at I-Skate www.81iskate81.com on Sunday, Jan. 22, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. (Washington County Public Schools are closed the following Monday.)

The event is $10 per person and includes admission, regular skate rental and the moon bounce! Please come out and enjoy the night!

Directions:

a. Take Interstate 81 North;

b.. Get off at Exit 5;

c.. Turn right;

d. At the 2nd light, turn right (Grindstone Hill Road);

e. Rink is on your left a half mile down the road.

School receives fundraiser money

Maugansville Elementary has already received $411.50 for the first part of this school year for Box Tops for Education! That is a great start!

Feb. 17 will be the next date we will send a box in for our second payment this school year. Please try to get all your box tops in by this date.

We have already collected $239.50 in box tops toward this second box. If you have them and need me to pick them up, please call me.

Please do not forget one of the easiest ways you can help is to join the Box Tops for Education Booster Clubs at www.boxtops4education.com.

Signing up takes only a few minutes and we earn extra box tops for every person who signs up. This takes very little effort and pays big.

Remember, you do not need to have a student at the school to sign up! Just type in Maugansville Elementary in for the school name.

Membership is free and exclusive benefits for Box Tops Booster Club members are:

See our school's Box Tops earnings (next update should be early February)

Get chances to win Bonus Box Tops

Print money-saving online coupons

Shop online and earn cash for our school

Stay up-to-date with Box Tops newsletters. Check on our progress throughout the year by visiting boxtops4edu cation.com.

Thank you for making a difference in our school!

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