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Around Clear Spring

September 22, 2009|By CHERYL WEAVER / 301-842-0087

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    Alumni soccer game set for Oct. 10



    The Clear Spring alumni soccer game will be Saturday, Oct. 10, at 1 p.m. at the high school.

    All players will receive a commemorative T-shirt. There is no admission charge.

    To have your name included in the program booklet, send your name, address and graduation to Lisa Shives, Clear Spring High School, 12630 Broadfording Road, Clear Spring, MD 21722 by Sept. 25.

    Those who graduated in even years will play against those who graduated in odd years.




    Spaghetti dinner



    St. Peter's Lutheran Church, at 33 S. Martin St., will hold a spaghetti dinner Saturday, Oct. 3, from 4 to 7 p.m. Tickets cost $6 for adults and $3 for those ages 5 to 12. Those younger than 5 eat free. All proceeds benefit missionary support.




    Garden Club news



    The Clear Spring Garden Club is ready to start its 2009-10 season and is happy to have new members.

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The first meeting is Thursday at 7 p.m. at St. John's Church. The presenter will be Denny Warrenfeltz, who will be demonstrating fall floral arrangements with silk and dried materials.

In October, the club will be touring the Meadowbrooke Gourd Factory, where they will make birdhouses. Other meetings include "Moonlighting at Monticello," a celebration night of the art of topiary, a Christmas banquet and auction, several house and garden tours, and other activities.

The club is active in the community with many gardens that it tends. Dues cost $12 and junior gardeners (12 and younger) are free.

For more information, call 301-842-3637.




Family Movie Night



Family Movie Night is Thursday at 6 p.m. at the library. The movie will be Walt Disney's "Race to Witch Mountain." The movie is rated PG. For more information, call 301-842-2730.

Did you know?



Did you know that there was a meteor shower in Clear Spring Nov. 13, 1833?

Meteors the size of a man's fist fell from the sky in the middle of the night. People were frightened and thought that it might be Judgment Day.

One man's neighbor, who had borrowed a bridle and then denied that he borrowed it, brought it back the morning after the meteor shower and made a tearful amends to his neighbor.

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