Around Clear Spring

July 27, 2010|By CHERYL WEAVER / 301-842-0087

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Class of 1980 planning reunion

The Clear Spring High School class of 1980 will hold its 30-year reunion Saturday, Oct. 16, at the Plaza Hotel in Hagerstown.

Announcements have been mailed. Anyone not receiving an announcement should contact Leslie (Hull) Mills at 301-393-5915 or Cathy (Cornett) Dobrzanski at 301-733-2578.

Addresses are needed for the following classmates: Vaughn Beard, April Danner, John Divelbiss, Beverly Hart, Michael Hovermale, David Levardi, Donna Moats, Larry Price, Jeffery Smith, Krista Socks, Debbie Trumpower, Beth Turner and James Weaver.


If anyone has an address for any of these classmates, contact Leslie or Cathy.

Senior site plans activities

Here's what going on at the Senior Site (at the Clear Spring Firehall Special Events Building):

Wednesday, Aug. 4 - "Brown Bag Your Medicines" with Ita Kavanaugh, 10:30 a.m. She will go over information from each person's medicines that are brought to the gathering.

Friday, Aug. 6 - Hawaiian luau-themed picnic, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Chicken and drinks will be provided.

Each person is asked to bring a dish to share.

Feel free to dress the part. Sign up by Aug. 4 so the senior site can order enough chicken.

For information about programs offered or to make a meal reservation, call Julie Monninger at 301-991-5052.

Also, the senior site thanks everyone who participated in the success of its recent community yard sale.

Middle school seeks girls for volleyball teams

Girls who attend Clear Spring Middle School are invited to try out for the volleyball teams.

There will be a team for each grade level.

Also, the school is in need of coaches for the middle school girls volleyball teams.

For more information, call Lisa Shank at 301-842-0842.

Carnival coming up

The Clear Spring Volunteer Fireman's Carnival will be Aug. 2 to 7. It will include food, fun and rides.

The french fries are the best with vinegar and Old Bay seasoning.

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