South Hagerstown High class of 1966 seeks classmates

April 25, 2011|Staci Clipp | Around South Hagerstown

The South Hagerstown High School Class of 1966 will hold its 45th reunion Saturday, Sept. 17, at Beaver Creek Country Club.

The reunion committee is seeking contact information on the following classmates:

Charles Frederick Andrews, James Edward Bell, Ross Angle Christian, Rebecca Suzette Elgin (Monninger), Dennis Gary Evans, Cecelia Ann Fahey (Loveless), Jacqueline Dean Hayes (Blair), Terry Lee Henson, Malcolm Browning Hutto, Barbara Jane Hyatt, Richard Jones, Ronnie Lee Jones, Roger P. Kendle, Carol June Landers (Mast), Linda Louise Lapole (Howard), Edna Diane Linn, Janice Cecelia Lyles (Ginsburg), Stephen Dennis McAfee, Joellen McDonough (Vance), Carol Lee McGinley (Mills), Colleen Fay Martin, Barney Wesley Miles Jr., Jo Ellen Minnich (Kline), Stella Louise Moats, Linda Darlene Mose (Blair), Sharon Lee Myers, Susan Elaine Portner, Elizabeth Caroll Racey, Dale Clinton Reed, Donn Forry Romberger, Robert Lee Rossman, Robert Lee Ruthrauff, Dorothy Sharer (Nicols), Bonnie Rebecca Shingler (Donahue), June Pearl Vance (Corrado), Phyllis Harriett Van Allen (Evans), Beverly Ann Virts (Middleton), Gary Lynn Waters, Ronald Eugene Weaver, Sharon L. White (Mills), Wanda Elaine Whittington (Boyer), Betty Ann Wilson, Robert L. Zellers and Christina Lynn Zombro (Kelso).

If you have information about these classmates, contact Sue at 301-797-4952 or Linda at

Frantz to give talk at Lions Club meeting

Tuesday — Jay Frantz will talk about “I Only Have Eyes for You,” an eye project in Rivas, Nicaragua, fitting artificial eyes.

Emma K. Doub Elementary School

Friday —  Eagle Pride celebration

Titanic presentation set at Discovery Station

Saturday — Norm Little will present “The Nine Dogs on the Titanic” at 2 p.m. at Discovery Station. For more information, call 301-790-0076 or go to

Response training class to be held in May

Neighborhoods 1st Locust Point is planning a free community emergency response training class May 17, 19 and 21.

The class is presented by the Washington County Division of Fire and Emergency Services, Emergency Management Agency and is a part of the Hagerstown Police Department’s and the Washington County Sheriff’s Office’s citizens police academies.

Residents will be instructed on preparedness for natural and technological hazards that could affect a community, including terroristic threats.

It will include two nights of class from 6 to 9 p.m. at Congregation B’Nai Abraham’s meeting hall at 53 E. Baltimore St. in Hagerstown and a Saturday class from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the new Emergency Communications Center in Williamsport for hands-on activities.

The Saturday class includes a tour of the new center and lunch. You must be 18 years of age and there will be no child-care services provided.

Registration is required by calling Bobbie at 301-797-1397.

Rebel Reunion planned for June 25

The South Hagerstown High School Alumni Association will host the Rebel Reunion Saturday, June 25, to celebrate 55 years of education at South High.  

All South High alumni, administrators, teachers, staff and their guests are invited.

Dinner and music will be provided at a cost of $30 per person (with a cash bar).  

The dinner menu includes mesculine garden salad, steak au poivre, seafood au gratin with basmati rice, garlic whipped potatoes, sauteed vegetables and chocolate lava cake.

A DJ will be on hand to spin tunes from every generation. Also, there will be a nostalgic slide show with pictures from every yearbook.

There will also be a casual gathering on Friday, June 24, at Cancun Cantina from 5 to 8 p.m.

Information about the reunion and how to register can be found on the South High Alumni website at or by calling Sherry (Gilliam) Itnyre at 240-675-3388.

Law Day set for Monday, May 2

Members of the Washington County Bar Association will again celebrate Law Day Monday, May 2, by offering free legal advice at the Washington County Courthouse in the Orphans Court, room 213, from 9 a.m. to noon.

The group will also prepare medical powers of attorney (advanced directives), at no charge, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Senior Center at Girls Inc., 626 Washington Ave. in Hagerstown.  

Last year 36 individuals signed up for the legal service.  

To honor Law Day, a panel of three volunteer lawyers will respond to questions on the air at station WJEJ, 1240 AM, on Friday at approximately 9 a.m.

Appointments for the free consultations are encouraged. To schedule a consultation, call Michele Ferris Hansen at 240-313-2015 or email                       

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