Around South Hagerstown

September 15, 2008|By STACI CLIPP

Class of 1954

The Class of 1954 Hagerstown High School will hold their fall reunion luncheon on Thursday, Oct. 2, at 11:30 a.m. at the Mountain Gate Restaurant in Waynesboro, Pa.

To make reservations call Doris Leasure, 301-582-4389 or e-mail Terry Marshall,

Hagerstown Lions Club

Sept. 16 - Business and Administrative Meeting

Discovery Station

Sept. 20 - Robert Peters, "The Reptile Man" at 1 and 2:30 p.m.

2008 REACH Caregivers, Taste of the Town and Benefit Auction

Come join us for good food and good fun for a worthy cause! Time is running out to get your tickets and enjoy delicious food from these participating restaurants: Barefoot Bernies Bar and Grille, Black Eyed Susan, Bulls and Bears, Caf Italia, Cracker Barrel, Edible Arrangements, Emerald City Coffee and Bistro, Firehouse Grill, Good Humor/Breyers, Hempen Hill BBQ Bar and Grille, Higher Ground Coffee, II Castello Pizzeria and Tex Mex II, Java Bean Coffee Bar, Leiter's Fine Catering, LJ's and The Kat Lounge, Maloo's Pub and Grill, Meadows Original Frozen Custard, Moe's Southwest Grill, Next Dimensions, Rita's Italian Ice, Sheetz MTO and Tastefully Simple.


Here are some of the exciting items available for auction: a one-week stay in a three-bedroom Ocean City house, Maryland Symphony Orchestra tickets, authentic NASCAR jackets, hot stone massages, a one-week stay in a two- bedroom timeshare in North Carolina near the Smoky Mountains, gym memberships, themed baskets, jewelry and much more!

Contact REACH directly to sponsor your table, purchase your tickets or donate your items. We look forward to seeing you there!

REACH Caregivers, 140 W. Franklin St., Suite 300, Hagerstown, MD 21740, 301-733-2371,,

Church Auction

Emmanuel United Methodist Church at 802 Summit Ave. in Hagerstown is hosting an auction on Saturday, Sept. 27, from 4 to 6 p.m. Doors open at 3 p.m. Food will be available.

Proceeds from the church's first auction will benefit major church improvements. There will be many items for sale including: music basket, baby- sitting sessions from Red Cross certified baby sitters, homemade desserts, grass cutting services, hour airplane ride, one golf lesson from Dirk Schulz, golf balls, rounds of golf at Beaver Creek Country Club and Black Rock Golf Course, two tickets to a 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers game, one Maryland Terps basketball rug, one Maryland Terps football rug, four oil changes at Firestone, tanning basket from What a Tan, Rehoboth Beach condo any weekend from Labor Day through Memorial Day, Rehoboth Beach condo Monday through Friday October 2008 through April 2009, one retirement planning session from Bowers Insurance, one Italian dinner basket, one haircut at Bogards, 10 Old Dublin lead crystal wine glasses, one simple will preparation by Claire Baker, Pampered Chef stoneware, Maryland Symphony Orchestra tickets, one dessert a month for a year, Barry Bonds baseball cards including a rookie card, 12 pool passes at Beaver Creek Country Club, $25 gift certificate at Beaver Creek Country Club, set of Smuckers Christmas plates, lighthouse collection, one wagon, one wooden bowl made by Buzz Mullendore, one tax preparation (1040 and Schedule A), 12-piece setting gold rimmed china, one medium cheese pizza at Pizza Barn, gift certificate to Abundant Gardens, homemade jams and jellies, gift cards to Outback Steakhouse, three car washes at Baltimore Street Station, Bicentennial Fenton Dish, handmade quilt, George Foreman Grill, exercise bike, Gorham third annual Christmas doll and stand, silver Dansk clock, Lenox cylinder bud vase, two learn to ski or snowboard packages at Whitetail Ski Resort, five buffets at Cici's Pizza, shampoo, cut and style at Shear Image, picture frames, two gift cards for Sheetz gas, gift card for Regal Cinemas, gift card to Michael's, gift card to Al Pomodoro's, two gift cards to Martin's supermarket, Lenox Santa Claus, Lenox 65-piece stainless flatware, Lenox Matalesse small oval tray, coffee basket, book basket, Dairy Queen gift certificate, two complimentary passes to Regal Cinemas, large golf bag and King Cobra four graphite shaft woods, 13 inch G.E. television with remote control, Hamilton Beach Shortcut Micro food processor, Sony portable radio-cassette recorder (battery and electric), Dirt Devil Mop Vac electric with accessories (charger/batteries), antique pencil sharpener, Dancing Hillbilly wind-up, silver candle holder, four linen towels, gift certificates to local restaurants and much more.

Historic Heights

Our meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at St. John's Episcopal Church, 101 S. Prospect St. Historic Heights Neighborhoods first group is comprised of South Prospect Street, Summit Avenue and Walnut Street. For more information, e-mail or

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