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Lifeguards, pool managers sought

March 08, 2012|Anne Weatherholt | Around Hancock

Summer is just around the corner, and the town of Hancock is looking for qualified people to serve as lifeguards and pool managers for the municipal pool. Hancock is  blessed to have a nice pool facility that serves the community well.

This is a great summer job. The town also needs someone to teach swimming lessons. My own boys learned how to swim in the town pool.

For more information, call Town Hall at 301-678-5622. or send an email to hanmd@verizon.net.

Activity fees due for spring sports

Spring sports began at Hancock schools on March 1 and student athletes are reminded that their activity fees are due Thursday, March 15, unless other arrangements have been made. 

For more information, call Bill Sterner, athletic director, at 301-766-8191.

Church history sought at Mount Olivet Church

Have you or your family members ever attended Mount Olivet Presbyterian Church just outside Hancock?

If so, the church is looking for photos, clippings or any other material particularly relating to the early days of the church. The church is assembling a church history.

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For more information, call Marie Shaw at 301-678-5125.

Pancake supper set for March 17

A pancake supper will be held Saturday, March 17, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Hancock Fire Hall.

Tickets cost $5 and those younger than 5 eat free. 

The menu includes pancakes, sausage and gravy over biscuits. 

The event benefits Relay for Life of Morgan County, W.Va., and is sponsored by Blankley’s Auction Service and Popeye’s Sailors.

Lenten series continues Wednesday

The third installment of the Lenten preaching series at St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church, Church and High streets, will be offered Wednesday, March 14. 

The Rev. Karen A. Crosby will address the Lenten theme of “God So Loved the World.” Crosby, a one-time intern at the local church, is now priest-in-charge at St. John’s Church in Frostburg, Md.

Her sermon will be delivered during a 7:30 service of evening prayer. 

A potluck supper precedes at 6:30 p.m., and all are welcome to attend. 

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