Around Boonsboro

July 16, 2008|By KRISTY SMITH / 301-432-8615

Friday music

A successful coffee house event was held in the community room at the Boonsboro Library Friday evening. The event was coordinated and planned by a group of teens who lined up a bevy of talented young youth and a nice display of refreshments. Some of the participants included Dana Sutton, Laurin Smith, Jesse Mendez, Jeremy Miller, Tyler Austin, Max Damewood, David Adams, Jeremy Bentz and Michelle Birky.

BHS yearbook

The yearbook staff at Boonsboro High School welcomes pictures of summer fun and activities. They may be able to use your snapshots in the summer section of next year's yearbook. If you have some to share, please send them via e-mail to, or put them on a disk clearly marked with your name and drop them by the school.


Fahrney-Keedy Village and Home will hold a preview of the Summer Festival on Friday from 1 to 3 p.m. All of the planned games will be set up for sampling in the auditorium so staff members will have the opportunity to get see some of the events that will be held at the festival. Light refreshments and door prizes will be available.


Class of 1975

The Boonsboro class of 1975 will hold a reunion meeting at Shafer Park (off Park Drive) Wednesday, July 23, at 6:30 p.m. The class is interested in your ideas and assistance. Call Susan Brown Mellott at 304-876-4153, Tina Harper at 301-432-5710 or Patricia Jamison Baugher at 301-432-2446 or 717-476-9288 for more information, or just pop in to the meeting.

Bingo for kids

A kid's back to school bingo will be Sunday, Aug. 10, at the Old Rohrersville School. Tickets cost $5 per person, which includes 15 games of bingo, hot dog, chips and a drink.

The bingo is for children ages 6 to 16, although parents are welcome to attend. Food will be served from 1 to 2 p.m., with the games beginning at 2 p.m.

Baked goods and other food items will be available for purchase.

For more information, call Melissa at 301-432-6315 or e-mail, or Kim at 301-432-6933, Only 125 tickets will be sold, so don't delay!

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