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Second-graders raise money for Mary's Meals

April 22, 2011|Melita Wishard | Around Maugansville

Second-graders at Maugansville Elementary School raised more than $640 to contribute to Mary’s Meals to help with world hunger, specifically lunches for school-age children.

The fundraiser was part of their Service Learning Project with the focus on how they can help others. The children went through many steps to raise the money, including research, production of goods, advertising and sales. The second-graders will display their work the morning of May 3 at the school.

Students honored

Maugansville Elementary recognized students for being fair at the fourth Golden Table of the year, March 21. Students received a book, compliments of the PTA, a school- related goodie bag, healthy treats, a certificate and a star to wear designating their accomplishment.  

Those students recognized were:  

Kindergarten: Italia Younger, Branden Lewis, Chelsee Cosens, Nathan Harder, Brianna Wright, Marcus Ruhland, Kierstin Greenway, Catherine Holmes, Samuel Iseminger, Kendall Burleson, Sheku Conde and Rylie Kephart

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First grade: Elissa Lou, Asher Gillis, Autumn Mort, Kendaven Mathis, Nathan Baxter, Abigail Allingham, Jaelyn Bragunier and Samuel Martin

Second grade: Savannah Streketz, Shelly Parra, Davis Lowman, Hannah Miller, Sheldon Foster, Joseph Bair, Lacy Fornwalt, Daniel Valle-Matamoros, Savannah Churchey and Gage Crawford

Third grade: Hayden Sweeney, Kamerine Noel, Gabrielle Miller, Madalyn Yeagy, Ashlyn Pearrell, Patrick Domingues-Reyes, Ryder Hilderbrand, Brooklyn Durboraw, Sophie Scheck and Connor Hawkins;  

Fourth grade: Kaylee Molina, Logan Gleason, Tyree Jones, Catalina Avellenada, Jake Cunningham, Lena Lanza, Christopher Soberanis, Lyndsey Coulter, McKenna Kelly and Zachary Berg

Fifth grade: Brandon Miller, Dara Holloman, Joseph Berg, Caitlin Dawson, Brandon Gasaway, Courtney Horner, Joe George, Joseph Snyder and Amanda Keelan.  

Ham sandwich sale

The Middleburg/Mason-Dixon Line Historical Society will sell ham sandwiches for $2.50 each. The deadline for orders is Thursday, May 6. The pickup for sandwiches will be Thursday, May 12, from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Ruritan Building in State Line, Pa., Community Park.

For more information, call Joann at 301-790-0590 or Darlene at 717-414-2602, after 4 p.m.

Bus tour planned

The Middleburg/Mason-Dixon Line Historical Society is planning a bus trip Saturday, May 21. Five historical sites in the Chambersburg, Pa., area will be on the tour, including the Old Jail/John Brown House.   

The tour will be from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. starting from the Ruritan Building in the State Line Pa., Community Park. Tickets cost $50 per person, which includes lunch. Reservations and payment are due by Thursday, May 12.  

For more information, call Susan at 301-739-0357 or Doris at 717-597-8075.

Easter program

On Sunday, Maugansville Bible Brethren Church, at 17904 Binkley Ave. in Maugansville, will hold a special Easter program including special music, dramas and preaching.   The event will start at 10 a.m.  All are welcome to attend.

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Call 240-217-1867 or email mew@scottwishard.com.

 
 

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