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Around North Hagerstown

May 23, 2006|by JANE SCHMIDT
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For information, call 301-790-3178.

Bingo bonanza

A Bingo Bonanza to benefit Independent Junior Fire Engine Company No. 3 will be held at Elks Lodge 378 on Robinwood Drive on Sunday, June 4. Doors open at 11:30 a.m.

Tickets are $30 per person and include a chicken dinner and game pack of nine cards for the 17 regular games and jackpot coverall game, one pack of specials, and one pack of quickies. Other items are available for purchase.

Dinner will be served from noon through 1:30 p.m. Warm-ups and Early Bird games begin at 1:30 p.m. and Bonanza games begin at 2 p.m. Tip jars will also be available.

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Tickets are available from members of the fire company or by calling 301-667-3004. Or, they may also be purchased at the door June 4.

Vince Tantillo 5K Run

The Vince Tantillo Memorial 5K Run will take place on Saturday, June 17.

Registration is going on now - forms are available at the Hagerstown YMCA on Eastern Boulevard or you can register on race day beginning at 7:30 a.m.

The race begins at Long Meadow Shopping Center at 8:30 a.m. The course includes many of our beautiful tree-lined and scenic North End streets, gentle hills, and a flat finish.

There will also be professional timing and scoring, water stops and lots of free parking for participants and observers.

A $50 prize will be awarded to first place overall male and female masters; a $25 prize will be awarded to second place overall male and female masters; and awards will be given to the top three males and females in each age group. First, second, and third place walkers will also receive awards. There will be one award per runner - overall or age group.

The entry fee per participant is $15 on or before June 3; after June 3, registration per participant is $18.

T-shirts are guaranteed to all pre-registrants; a limited number of T-shirts will be available for late registrants. No shirt registration fee is $10 per participant.

To register or for more information, call 301-739-3990.

House tour

The Women's Club invites you to a fabulous House and Garden Tour on Saturday, June 10, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Some beautiful homes including Doub's Mill, The Women's Club, Old Forge Farm and Oxbow Bend Farm will be featured for the price of $20 to visit all the homes on the tour or $5 to tour a single home.

A luncheon will be available at the Women's Club from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for $7 per person that day.

For more details or to purchase a ticket, please call the Women's Club from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 301-739-0870.

The Women's Club has fundraisers to support the upkeep of its historic building, which includes 18 rooms rented to women in our community who need low-cost housing.

Class of '91 reunion

The North Hagerstown High School Class of 1991 will have its 15-year reunion on Aug. 19.

The class is looking for classmates and needs your help.

If you have not already been reached, please contact Eric Cave at 301-991-8338 or Amy Higgins Ryan at acryan3@verizon.net

Wanted: Sale items

Spring is the time when we all need a fresh start and what better way to accomplish this than to "retire" those items that we no longer want or need?

The seventh Annual Treasure Sale to benefit the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts will be held on Saturday, Nov. 11.

It's not too early to donate your tax-deductible items to the sale - dishes, furniture, art objects, jewelry, toys and games - anything except clothing and appliances.

Please call the museum at 301-739-5257 to make arrangements for pickup at your home or business, if you are unable to deliver your items to the museum.

The Singer Society, the museum's volunteer committee, greatly appreciates the community's involvement in this yearly fundraiser.

Mark your calendars now - the Preview Reception will be held on Friday, Nov. 10, and the Treasure Sale on Saturday, Nov. 11.

Paramount athletes

Paramount Elementary's Jim Harne called me the other evening with the wonderful results the fourth- and fifth-grade Paramount athletes garnered during their participation in the Junior Olympics sponsored by the Boonsboro Sons of the American Legion.

A total of 38 Paramount students participated in this year's event, held on Saturday, May 6 at the Boonsboro school complex.

In all, they earned two trophies and 46 ribbons.

Paramount's fourth-grade girls baton relay team won first place in their division. On the team were: LaVrai Lansdowne, Alexus Rivas, Chantelle Dominguez, and Emily Unger.

The school's fourth-grade boys baton relay team won second place in their division. The team included Peter Crampton, Teddy Schoeck, Phillip Lloyd,and Mark Grunberg.

Fourth-grade students who received ribbons in the following individual events are: LaVrai Lansdowne, fourth place, 50-meter dash and seventh place, 100-meter dash; Emily Unger, third place, 50-meter dash, and fifth place, 100-meter dash; Alexus Rivas, fifth place, 50-meter dash; Mark Grunberg, fifth place, 50-meter dash; Robbie Racedo, fourth place, shot put; and Jacob Thompson, fourth place, 400-meter dash.

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