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Homemakers Club thanks those who contributed to auction

June 19, 2010

Washington County Homemakers Club held its eighth annual specialty auctions April 23 at Elks Lodge 378 on Robinwood Drive in Hagerstown.

The Homemakers would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their contributions and support in making this year's silent and live auctions a success:

The Elks Lodge and its staff, WJEJ radio, auctioneer Robert A. Wilson, Baltimore Street Station, Bittersweet Memories, Jennifer Bolin, Byrd Tyre, Caf del Sol, Cavetown Home Center, Clear Spring Country Diner, Clear Spring Hardware, Cosmic Pet Products, Cracker Barrel, Creek's Jewelers and Designers, Crystal Grottoes Caverns, Edible Arrangements, Ernest Country Market, Fratelli's Pizzeria and Grill, Gold's Gym, the Hagerstown Suns, Hoffman's Funnel Cakes, House of Kobe, Jean Hull, Imperial Chinese Restaurant, Lenox Distribution, Lovell's Nursery Inc.

Martin's Food Markets on Dual Highway and at North Pointe, Miller's Farmstead, Sandy L. Mills, Next Dimensions Restaurant, Ott's Horticulture Center, Palmyra Farm Cheese, PNC Bank, R&M Clear Spring Wine and Beverages, Red Byrd Restaurant, Robinwoood Liberty Gas, Rocky's Pizza in Smithsburg, Ruth's Sewing Room, Shear Image, Silhouette Salon, Snavely's Garden Corner Inc., Snook's Poultry & Seafood Inc., South End Barber Shop & Island Time Massage, South Pointe Fitness Club, Suzan's House of Hair, Maryland Symphony Orchestra, Primitive House, Total Lube Center, Valley Market, Weis Market at Stone House Square, Weller's Service & Lube Center Inc., Windy Hill Restaurant, Wilson's General Store, Woodpoint Grill, club members from the nine Washington County Homemakers, their families and friends.

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Proceeds from the fundraiser will assist students to advance their education in a college, university, or in a trade school.

More than 120 scholarships have been awarded by the organization. In 1917, the Washington County Homemakers organized, making it one of the oldest nonprofit organizations in Washington County.

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