Community briefs

August 08, 2008

Dinner, lectureand book-signing

WAYNESBORO, Pa. -Waynesboro Historical Society and Renfrew Museum and Park will co-host a program featuring Burt Kummerow, the author of "Pennsylvania's Forbes Trail: Gateways and Getaways Along the Legendary Route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh."

The dinner, lecture and book-signing will begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11, in the Hess Room of Minnich Manor at Quincy Village. The cost is $20 per person, and reservations are required. Reservations are due by Thursday, Aug. 28.

The dinner will feature Caesar salad, garlic breadsticks and butter, a chocolate cup with pastry cream accented with fresh fruit, coffee, hot tea and iced tea. The combination plate will feature salmon en croute with creamy dill sauce and marinated flat iron steak, roasted red potatoes, and corn and red peppers. A vegetarian plate, tri-colored tortellini with vegetables in cream sauce, also will be available.

For information, call Bonnie Iseminger administrator at Renfrew Museum and Park at 717-762-4723. Checks should be made payable to Quincy Village and should be mailed to Quincy Village, in care of Sue Smith, director of community life and volunteer services, Forbes Trail Dinner, 6596 Orphanage Road, P.O. Box 217, Quincy, PA 17247-0217.


Those who plan to attend the lecture and book-signing also must attend the dinner.

Senior Centerseeks volunteers

Washington County Commission on Aging is opening its first senior center on Tuesday, Sept. 2, at Girls Inc. in Hagerstown.

Volunteers are being sought to teach dancing including ballroom, line, swing or jitter bug; conduct a senior choir teach crafts and bridge. Musical groups are also invited to perform.

For information or to volunteer, call Kathy Fisher at 301-790-0275, ext. 212.

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