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Around Clear Spring

December 15, 2009|By CHERYL WEAVER / 301-842-0087

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Holiday dinner set for Saturday



A community Christmas dinner will be held Saturday at 4 p.m. at St. Paul's United Methodist Church on Tederick Drive in Big Pool.

No cooking or cleanup involved. Come and enjoy a feast of ham and turkey with all the trimmings while you sit back and catch up with old friends and family. A freewill offering will be accepted, but not expected.

Family night to benefit PTSA



The Clear Spring Middle School PTSA will hold a Friends and Family Night at Miller's Farmstead, 14506 National Pike in Clear Spring, Wednesday from 4 to 7 p.m. Stop by and pick up a few Christmas gifts. The PTSA will receive 20 percent of the gross sales for the evening.

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Thanks for the help



Dennis and Elaine Moats would like to thank all of their family and friends who helped prepare or serve the free senior citizens Thanksgiving dinner again this year.

And to those who donate each year, without you the dinner would not be possible.

Thank you to the following for their donations:

Wilson Ruritan, Calvary Temple, Stanley and Velena Miller, Donald Edwin Thompson Funeral Home, Mount Moriah Lodge 32, Vincent Smith, Jeff and Harriet Thompson, LuAnn Myers, Larry and Nancy Corbett, Bill and Edie McIntire, Jack and Nancy Manuel, Walt Whorton, Susie Moats, Arrow and Bullet, Kathy Rubeck, Ernst Market, Martin's Food Store No. 444, Larry and Sandy Yost, Larry and Tina Yost, and the Funkstown Rod and Gun Club.

Girl Scouts decorate tree



The Leonard P. Snyder Memorial Library Christmas tree was decorated by Junior Girl Scouts Troop 40263. Visit the library this month and enjoy their creativity.

Library event



The Clear Spring Library will hold a family holiday movie event Saturday at 10:30 a.m. The movie will be the holiday classic "A Year Without a Santa Claus." Snacks will be provided.

Did you know?



Did you know that the Town of Clear Spring has its own seal?

Justin Ebersole designed it when he was in eighth grade at Clear Spring Middle School. It features a scenic view of Old National Pike, Plumb Grove, the Log House Museum and the oldest church in Clear Spring, St. Andrew's.

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