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July 14, 2009|By KRISTY SMITH

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Class of 1969

Planning is under way for the Boonsboro High School class of 1969's 40th class reunion.

The event will be held at the Plaza Hotel in Hagerstown Saturday, Oct. 3, starting at 6 p.m.

A tailgate party for a home BHS football game is also in the works. Stay tuned for more information.

In the meantime, the class is looking for contact information for the following: Harry Clarke, Thomas Dale Coe, William S.E. Craig, Carl Ellis Dewease, Lois Fauble Welty, Charles Holland, Gary Howell, David W. Kindle, Connie Kline Fields, Gary Lapole, Teresa Porter Ensore, Philip Rowland, Gregory Shafer, David Wayne Smith, Barbara Starliper Mallott, Dennis Tinney, Dennis Webb, Eileen Webber Kline and Linda Wolford Oakley.

For more information, call Elmer Ecton at 301-733-0254, Nancy Hammond Shank at 30l-824-7229 or Patsy McCoy Holder at 30l-432-2592.

Chicken barbecue

The Boonsboro Ambulance and Rescue Co. will hold a chicken barbecue Saturday at the ambulance station on Old National Pike from 9 a.m. until sold out.

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Chicken will be sold as halves only and with dinners including baked beans and applesauce.

Vacation Bible school planned to start July 20

Those ages 3 to sixth grade can still climb aboard the "Boomerang Express" Vacation Bible school at the Boonsboro Family Worship Center at 7605 Old National Pike.

The program begins Monday, July 20, and will run through Friday, July 24, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

For more information, call 301-432-0707, ext. 100.

Way to go, Laurin

If you happen to see my daughter, Laurin Smith, please congratulate her. She just completed a week in the Coast Guard Academy AIM program in New London, Conn.

The program consisted of actual academy life experiences, complete with early morning reveille and calisthenics to advanced engineering classes. While there, she met like-minded students from around the nation who are seriously considering application to the CGA.

Spa special

Who knew? July is National Blueberry Month. One of our town's newest proprietors, South Mountain Day Spa, will celebrate with a Blueberry Bliss Party on Thursday. It is offering spa tours and discounts on blueberry facials and scrubs for appointments in July.

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Ta-ta for now. Call 301-432-8615 or e-mail kristyathome@hotmail.com.

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