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Western Enterprise helps others for holidays

January 15, 2013|Linda Murray | Around West Hagerstown
  • These students were chosen Students of the Month for January at Salem Avenue Elementary School. Row one, from left, Alexis Robinson, Ana Peratino, Aiden McCarty, Hailey Clark, Caroline Gehring, Chasity Theriault, Eli Sterling, Aiden Clark and Christopher Staley. Row two, Mikaela Barkley, Imani Monroe, Sevda Mustapayeva, Bryan Wagner, Leah Palmer, Damian Van de Geer, Shakur Thomas, Mariah McCormick, Tyler Smith and Cory Doctrow. Row three, Devin Martin, Renee Hull, Evan Salters, Devon Creary, Caleb Pine, Keiome Condrey, Jacob Shilling, Tiara Danner and Xavier Randolph. Absent from photo are Jacob Scott, Chloe Brown and Xavier Davis.
These students were chosen Students of the Month for January at Salem Avenue Elementary School. Row one, from left, Alexis Robinson, Ana Peratino, Aiden McCarty, Hailey Clark, Caroline Gehring, Chasity Theriault, Eli Sterling, Aiden Clark and Christopher Staley. Row two, Mikaela Barkley, Imani Monroe, Sevda Mustapayeva, Bryan Wagner, Leah Palmer, Damian Van de Geer, Shakur Thomas, Mariah McCormick, Tyler Smith and Cory Doctrow. Row three, Devin Martin, Renee Hull, Evan Salters, Devon Creary, Caleb Pine, Keiome Condrey, Jacob Shilling, Tiara Danner and Xavier Randolph. Absent from photo are Jacob Scott, Chloe Brown and Xavier Davis.

Western Enterprise helps others for holidays

The Western Enterprise Fire Co. supplied nine cases of hams to The Salvation Army for its Christmas dinner this past holiday season.

Along with the Ladies Auxiliary, Western Enterprise also donated funds to Holly Place to provide the requested cleaning supplies and paper products from its wish list.

To show appreciation for all the extra efforts they contribute throughout the school year, the Ladies Auxiliary hosted a holiday luncheon for the nonteaching staff at Winter Street Elementary School.

Black Student Union to hold fashion show

Hagerstown Community College’s Black Student Union will host its third annual fashion show Saturday, Feb. 2, beginning at 7 p.m., at Kepler Center on HCC’s main campus.

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The show will feature student models displaying a variety of clothing styles, including casual, career, sportswear, and formal wear. Vendors include Déjà Vu Boutique, JC Penney, Jos. A. Bank, Deb, Rue 21, Kasper, Reebok, Jones New York, Wilsons Leather, and the HCC Campus Store. Musicians Beyonka Marie, Iron Lion, and Spence will perform.

Admission costs $5 for HCC students and $7 for the general public. Donations will be accepted for Girls Inc.

For more information, call club adviser Monica Hutchins at 240-500-2435, or send an email to mthutchins@hagerstowncc.edu. To learn more about Girls Inc., go to www.girlsinc.org.

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