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June 01, 2010|By CHERYL WEAVER

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Clear Spring gains Green School status



Clear Spring Elementary School is officially a Green School. Students converted six islands in the parking lot into no mow zones and cleaned up the rain garden. The front of the school looks amazing. Congratulations.

Chicken barbecue to be held Saturday



Hilltop Christian Fellowship will hold a chicken barbecue and gospel sing Saturday at 5 p.m. Bring your instruments for a jam session. Hilltop Christian Fellowship is at 12624 Trinity Church Road in Clear Spring.

Bring a lawn chair. The event will be held rain or shine.

For more information, call 301-842-3759.

Also, Hilltop Christian Fellowship will be starting its Al-Anon meetings Monday, June 7, from 8 to 9 p.m. The meetings will continue each Monday evening.

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Vacation Bible school to start June 21



There will be a Vacation Bible School for the Big Pool and Clear Spring community.

Sponsored by the Potomac Charge United Methodist Churches, it will be held at St. Paul's UMC, Corner of Tedrick and Ernstville roads in Big Pool.

The Bible School will be from June 21 to 25, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The theme is "High Seas Expedition." The public is welcome.

For more information or to register, call 301-842-3212.

Gun drawing to be held June 19



Clear Spring Fire Co. and American Legion SAL will hold a gun drawing at the Clear Spring Legion pavilion Saturday, June 19. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. Tickets cost $20. You must be 18 years old to enter the grounds.

Did you know?



Did you know that the School Board once owned Plumb Grove? It was built around 1807 on land granted in a 1752 patent to Nathaniel Nesbitt.

The property belonged to generations of the Nesbitts until it was sold to Frederick Warner in 1892.

It remained with Warner's heirs until sold to the county board in 1967.

It was given back to the residents of Clear Spring after a long fight by the Clear Spring District Historical Association.

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