The first-grade students and their teachers at Maugansville Elementary School would like to thank those who contributed money to replace trees in the Ruritan Park.
Initially, their plan was to replace one tree, but amazingly there was enough money collected to purchase two maple trees for the park. On Thursday, May 31, the students helped plant the trees.
The teachers would like to thank Bill Walker for preparing the ground and for helping plant the trees. They would like to thank Steve Hose for his assistance with planting. Finally, they would like to thank Snavely’s Garden Center for delivering the trees.
The success of this project exemplifies how we can work together to make positive changes to our environment. Congratulations to all of you who helped make this happen.
Vacation Bible school begins today
Salem Reformed Church and Broadfording Church begins their joint two-day Bible school today from 6:30 to 8:45 p.m. today and Saturday, June 9, from 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
The Bible school topic is “Daniel” and will be held at Salem Church, 13182 Salem Church Road, off Cearfoss Pike, Hagerstown. Classes include Bible lessons, crafts, games, etc. for children age 3 through sixth grade. The adult class topic is “Family Matters” and all adults are invited. Lunch will be served on Saturday. To register, call 301-739-9212 or email email@example.com.
Maugansville Little League picnic is Sunday
On Sunday, June 10. at 1 p.m. the Maugansville Little League players and their families are invited to the annual MLL Picnic.
There will be piñatas, a dunking booth, a moon bounce and more. The league will provide hamburgers, hot dogs, plates and napkins.
Each division should bring the following items: T-Ball: condiments; minor league, desserts; major league, side dishes; junior league, drinks and cups; and senior league-chips and pretzels.
Diabetes support group sets Wednesday meeting
The Diabetes Support Group at Potomac Towers will meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 13, in the first-floor community room. The program will be “Eating Healthy on a Budget” presented by Lisa Moran, community health advocate with Priority Partners.