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May 06, 2008|By KRISTY SMITH

What a weekend!

Greetings, neighbors. What a beautiful weekend! I spent mine with some of my favorite people and doing some of my favorite things!

School honors fifth-grader

Nick Adams, a fifth-grader at Pleasant Valley Elementary School, has been named the Character Counts! Student of the Month.

Nick, who is in Mrs. Toms' class, exemplifies the six pillars of character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship.

He is also an accomplished musician, playing both piano and trumpet.

He is the son of John and Mary Adams of Rohrersville. Congratulations to a fine young man!

Reunion not until September

If you have been paying close attention to the reunion updates for the BHS Class of 1973, you may have caught my slip a few weeks back. They will hold their reunion weekend on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 26 and 27. The events are not in May, as I reported. Sorry for the confusion!

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Class of 1988 seeks classmates

And speaking of reunions, the Boonsboro High School Class of 1988 reunion committee is still seeking contact information on the following classmates:

Andrew M. Amor, Charles R. Barnhart, James L. Betts, Sean P. Burgess, Lester L. Bussard, Brian K. Churchey, David L. Dameron, Eric E. Eby, Charlene Poffenberger, Angela J. Shatzer, Walter W. Shatzer, Kimberly D. Fann, Renee C. Faulder, Krista J. Fulk, G. Jeffrey Gillespie, Bonnie J. Goetz, Melissa A. Haller, Edwin D. Harold, Tracy L. Helm, Stella E. Herche, Julie W. Hoover, Christopher K. Hubbard, Mark T. Jones, Williard G. Kerns, Rebecca J. Kline, Gerald F. Lewis, Travis W. Lewis, Paula K. Long, Michael S. Maus, David D. Moeller, Shannon M. Mullendore, James T. Nichols, Stacy L. Porter, Robert M. Prince, Raymond G. Pringle, Steven L. Pryor, Robert E. Rockwell, Osmond T. Snavely, Ronda L. Souders, Angela D. Stover, Alice M. Tolbert, Brenda S. Tritt, Charles H. Tucker, Jr., Lisa M. Wenner, Lisa A. Wilson, Tammy Phillips and Jenny Smallwood.

If you are able to assist in locating any of these people, or would like to help with the 20-year reunion, contact Shawn (Abbott) Burke at 301-432-6032 or shwburke@aol.com or Julie (Cline) Williams at 301-432-7329 or jwilliams@myactv.net.

Rohrersville Band to play May 18

The Rohrersville Community Band is delighted to be back in its band hall. Concerts for the last two years were not in the band hall because of renovation work.

The band is excited to be back in the home of the band, founded in 1837.

The band will hold a spring concert on Sunday, May 18, at 3 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact Jack Emanuelson at emanu@erols.com.

Mother's Day gospel sing planned

The Boonsboro Family Worship Center, 7605 Old National Pike, Boonsboro, invites you to enjoy a Mother's Day gospel sing on Sunday, beginning at 6 p.m. The event will feature Restoration, a Southern gospel music group based in Central Virginia.

Their new song, "Thanks To You," has just reached radio stations nationwide. Do something really special for mom and take her out to enjoy an evening of gospel music on Mother's Day

Story hour set for May 16

May's Story Hour at Turn the Page Bookstore Cafe' will be held on Friday, May 16, at 10:30 a.m.

The group will read stories, have a snack and make a craft together. This month, the group is going to make plant sitters - birds, butterflies and even little people to watch over your plants.

The store is at 18 N. Main St. in Boonsboro. For more information, go to www.ttpbooks.com on the Web.

Wrestling team selling golf booklet

The Boonsboro High School wrestling team is selling a "Tee Time Golf Pass" as a fundraiser.

This is a book that offers discounts at 426 golf courses in the Mid-Atlantic region. Most of the courses in Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Virginia are listed. Discounts vary from reduced greens fee to free play. The book costs $55. Call Brian Smoot at 301-797-9067 or 301-988-0941.

Share your news

Share your scoop at kristyathome@hotmail.com or via landline at 301-432-8615. Have a great week!

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