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February 06, 2006

Church plans trip to hear religious scholar



WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Trinity United Church of Christ is planning a group excursion to the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, March 14, to hear religion professor Marcus Borg discuss "The Last Week," his latest work. Borg co-authored the book with fellow Jesus scholar John Dominic Crossan.

For information on the lecture or trip, call Pastor Sue D'heedene at 1-717-762-7191, or e-mail Michael Day at michael@michaelday.org. Group tickets are limited and will be ordered the first week of February. Tickets are also available from the National Cathedral Web site at www.cathedral.org/cathedral/register/borg2006sp.shtml.




20th Maple Sugarin' Festival scheduled



WESTMINSTER, Md. - The 20th annual Maple Sugarin' Festival will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 5, on the grounds of Hashawha Environmental Center, 300 John Owings Road.

Visitors will be able to purchase maple syrup, candy and various items from craft vendors. There also will be tractor-pulled wagon rides.

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Costumed interpreters performing chores of the early 1800s will staff a living history area that features a log cabin of that era.

Admission is $2 per vehicle. For information, call 1-410-848-9040 or e-mail hashawha@carr.org.

A $3 pancake breakfast with real maple syrup will be available all day. Other food also will be sold.

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