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July 05, 2006

Waynesboro roses win ribbons at show



WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Nine roses from the Trinity United Church of Christ Rose Garden recently won ribbons at the annual Rose Show sponsored by the South Penn Area Rose Society.

Paul Fogle, active member of the Trinity Rosecraft Club and Trinity UCC, Waynesboro, selected the cut roses for entry in the Specimen Division. The following specimens received awards:

· First Prize, Section L, Class M - Minnie Pearl (Given anonymously)

· Second Prize, Section E, Class D - Daybreaker (Given in memory of Anna and Melvin Wolff by Bob and Bonnie Wolff)

· Second Prize, Section D, Class P - Peace (Given in memory of Roxie McClure Young by Nick and Carol Mowen)

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· Second Prize, Section C, Class M - Marijke Koopman (Given in memory of loved ones by Jim and Linda Williams)

· Second Prize, Section Q, Class 3 - Santa Claus (Given in memory of James and Edna Fogle by Paul and Pat Fogle)

· Second Prize, Section L, Class R - Rainbow's End (Given in honor of Nick, Carol, Peter, and Andrew Mowen by Ruth Mowen)

· Second Prize, Section M, Class 3 - Santa Claus (Given in memory of James and Edna Fogle by Paul and Pat Fogle)

· Third Prize, Section B, Class B - Belami (Given in memory of Richard Levick by Mildred, Donna, and Debra Levick)

· Honorable Mention, Section L, Class C - Cupcake (Given anonymously)

The community is invited to view the roses and enjoy the Rose Garden in the church's front circle, 30 W. North St., in Waynesboro. Benches are provided for meditation and prayer.




Miller wins Medical Library award



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The Medical Library Association presented Deb R. Miller, education resource specialist at Chambersburg Hospital, the Scroll of Exemplary Service Award for 2006.

Miller was presented with the award for her exemplary service and her participation in activities that made a difference. She has been president of the Central Pennsylvania Health Science Library Association and served on a national award committee for the Medical Library Association for two years, being chairwoman for one year. She also was credentialed as a senior member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals last September by the Medical Library Association.

Miller was a member of the national program committee for the Hospital Library Association, and coordinated the annual meeting in Phoenix, Arizona. She has also contributed two articles to the Hospital Library Association's national newsletter in the past year.




AARP hosts driver safety program



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Menno Haven and AARP will host a driver safety program on Wednesday, July 12 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Laurel Room at Penn Hall Campus, 1425 Philadelphia Ave., Chambersburg.

The AARP Driver Safety Program is an eight-hour classroom refresher that can help drivers learn the effects of aging on driving and presents safe driving techniques.

Upon completion, most drivers will qualify for an automobile insurance premium reduction or discount.

The cost of the course is $10, payable at the event. Reservations are required and seating is limited. Call 717-261-4196 for more information or to make a reservation.

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