Church to sell peanut butter and coconut eggs

March 21, 2011|Staci Clipp | Around South Hagerstown

It’s Easter egg time again at St. Andrew’s UMC. The church fundraiser committee is making creamy peanut butter eggs and coconut eggs. They cost 75 cents each — the same price for the same size as last year.  

Orders will be taken until March 27 by calling 301-739-7431. Please leave a name and phone number, along with the order. Buyers will be called when the order is ready for pickup.

St. Andrew’s UMC is on Maryland Avenue across from South End Shopping Center and behind South Hagerstown High School.

Rabies, microchip and dog license clinics

The Humane Society of Washington County will be holding five rabies, microchip and dog license clinics this year.  The first clinic will be Saturday, April 30, at Boonsboro High School, 10 Campus Ave., Boonsboro, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Neighborhoods 1st Locust Point update

Spring is coming and the group is coming back to life after a long winter. It will begin meeting twice a month again, on the second and fourth Tuesdays, beginning March 22. Everyone is invited to come and bring a friend.


South Hagerstown High’s All Classes Reunion  

South Hagerstown High School’s Alumni Association is in the process of finalizing plans for the All Classes Reunion on Saturday, June 25, which will celebrate the 55th anniversary of the school.

The reunion, open to all South High alumni, administrators, teachers, staff and their guests, will be at 6 p.m. at Hager Hall on Dual Highway.

 A meeting to set up committees will be Wednesday, at 7 p.m. at the Funkstown Tavern. Volunteers are needed to help with a number of committees, including set-up, food, gaming, photography and membership sign-up.

For further information, contact club President Sherry Gilliam Itnyre at 240-675-3388 or email

Emma K. Doub Elementary

  • Thursday — YoJo Assembly 1:30 p.m.; PTA Family night at Chick-fil-A
  • March 28 — Pre-pay individual spring and class group photos
  • March 30 —grade two to the planetarium, 9 to 10:15 a.m.; Eagle Pride celebration  

Hood College student recital at museum

The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, in partnership with the music department at Hood College, Frederick, Md., will present the second annual Honors Recital with a select group of student musicians emphasizing music composition, guitar performance, music history, piano performance and vocal performance.


The recital will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m. A reception hosted by members of the Singer Society, the museum’s volunteer organization, will follow the performance.

Most of the students are music-performance majors or are taking music as a secondary area.

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