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Chewsville Lions Club to help with concession stand at Kids Stuff Yard Sale

May 29, 2012|Darylene Mowen | Around Smithsburg & Robinwood
  • From left, Warren Middlekauff, president of the Chewsville Lions Club, accepts a plaque from Carey Leverett, Troop 62 committee chairman, at the troops recent Court of Honor.
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The Chewsville Lions Club, along with Long Meadow Lions, will provide the concession stand at the annual Kids Stuff Yard Sale at Volvo Powertrain on Saturday.

The event is cosponsored by Meritus and Volvo.
 
The menu will include pulled pork, smoked turkey and breakfast sandwiches (sausage and egg on English muffins).

In other club news:

• On May 14, Boy Scout Troop 62, at its Court of Honor, recognized Chewsville Lions Club by presenting Warren Middlekauff, club president, with a plaque of appreciation.

Troop 62’s Carey Leverett is also a member of Chewsville Lions Club.  The Lions sponsor the troop.

• Chewsville Lions also furnished trees to the fourth grade at Old Forge Elementary School. The children planted more than 60 trees. It was part of the worldwide campaign of the Lions Club to plant trees around the world.

Remembering area veterans

The annual Memorial Day Ceremony will be today at 6 p.m. at Veterans Park in Smithsburg. The featured speaker will be Chief Master Sgt. Roland Shambaugh of the 176th Airlift Wing of the West Virginia Air National Guard. A canopy and chairs will be provided.

Ballroom dance party to be held Friday

The Jim Powers ballroom dance party will be Friday at the Maugansville Ruritan Building from 7 to 10 p.m.  Admission cost $4 per person.

Senior site

 Smithsburg senior site calendar: 
•  Wednesday — Bingo and crafts, 10 a.m.

Evening courses offered by HCC

Hagerstown Community College is offering a new evening course package designed to allow students to take multiple classes each semester by attending class one or two nights a week. 

“We have expanded our options for students who take courses in the evening. The new and improved schedule will allow students to complete their degrees and certificates more quickly,” said Jennifer Haughie, director of admissions, records and registration.

“We hope this change will provide greater access and convenience for our current and future students.”  

Students who want to attend class one evening per week can earn up to six credits by taking a class from 5 to 7:45 p.m., and a second class from 8 to 10:45 p.m. Students who want to attend class two evenings a week can earn nine to 12 credits per semester, by choosing from a variety of time frames, within the 5 to 10:45 p.m. window. For more information, visit www.hagerstowncc.edu/faster.

Bartending course to be offered by HCC

Hagerstown Community College’s Continuing Education and Community Services Division will offer “Introduction to Bartending” on Wednesdays, from 6 to 9 p.m., beginning June 6 and ending Aug. 1.

Course topics include bar setup, glassware, measuring methods, tools, identification of liquors, beers and wines, and recipes and mixing techniques.

The Maryland State Techniques of Alcohol Management certification test will be given on the final night of class. Students must be at least 18 to enroll and 21 to participate in class tasting activities.

All classes will be held at HCC’s Valley Mall Center.

The class costs $399. The fee includes bartending kit, textbooks and field trip.

For more information, call Deborah Gilliss at 240-500-2520 or send an email to dlgilliss@hagerstowncc.edu.

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