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August 25, 2002
Roger R. Ramey Vice president of public affairs , Charles Town Races & Slots. President , Racetrack Drug Counseling Program. President , Jefferson County Charities. Past president , Citizens Fire Co. Board member , United Way of Jefferson County. Board member , American Red Cross, Jefferson County chapter. Board member , Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce. Board member , West Virginia Breeders Classic. Board member , Shepherd College Foundation.
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by BOB MAGINNIS | June 21, 2006
Almost nine years ago, at the suggestion of Publisher John League, I put out the call for readers to serve on a citizens advisory board for The Herald-Mail's editorial page. Since 1997, the group has met monthly to talk over issues for the editorial page and suggest topics for my personal columns, which appear on Thursdays and Sundays. The group has hashed over everything from the allowable length of letters to the editor to which syndicated columnists we should run, and covered a lot of ground in between.
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October 8, 1998
Is Washington County on the verge of landing a couple of manufacturing companies with wages in the $15-an-hour range? The County Commissioners wouldn't say on Tuesday, but two sources in a position to know say it's a definite possibility. Ordinarily I don't get many tips on new companies, but after the recent County Commissioners candidates' forum put together by the Hagerstown/Washington Chamber of Commerce, people began telling me that I ought to look again at the list of questions that were asked, specifically Question No. 3. It read as follows: "Suppose three large businesses paying wages of $15 an hour relocated into our area at about the same time.
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by BRIAN SHAPPELL | July 15, 2004
shappell@herald-mail.com Just more than a year ago, former Washington County Commissioner Ron Bowers was sentenced to 30 months probation after pleading guilty to a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol. Now, Bowers is leading a group trying to reduce the amount of people who repeat that offense. He credits hearing the story of a victim injured in an alcohol-related crash as one of the most significant moments in his recovery. Bowers, an admitted alcoholic, was appointed chairman of the advisory board to the Washington County Victim Impact Panel, which was formed this spring.
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November 21, 1996
By ELLEN LYON Staff Writer Four members of the Washington County Water and Sewer Advisory Commission, including the chairman, announced their resignations Wednesday night at the same meeting at which three newly appointed members were sworn in. In a letter to County Commissioners President Gregory I. Snook, Advisory Commission Chairman Samuel Phillips and members Robert Holsinger, Joseph Robeson and Peggy Bushey said "there is no...
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By MARLO BARNHART | July 16, 2007
HAGERSTOWN The reopening of the thrift store operated by The Salvation Army in Hagerstown caused excitement Monday morning among staff, officers and board members. Others couldn't wait for it to be over. Joe Dean leaned against a car in the parking lot. He was a customer who showed up as the store was supposed to be opening to find the ceremony in full swing. "I use things from this store and I recycle other stuff from home," Dean said. "Eventually it all comes back.
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December 19, 2004
Name: Cynthia Perini Résumé: Regional retail executive and vice president, Waypoint Bank Board member, Community Foundation of Washington County MD Inc. Co-chair, Women's Giving Circle Board member, Breast Cancer Awareness of the Cumberland Valley Member, The Learning Center's advisory board Past president, Paramount Elementary School PTA Born: Dec. 10, 1962 Married to: Peter Perini Sr....
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by MARLO BARNHART | July 17, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - The reopening of the thrift store operated by The Salvation Army in Hagerstown caused excitement Monday morning among staff, officers and board members. Others couldn't wait for it to be over. Joe Dean leaned against a car in the parking lot. He was a customer who showed up as the store was supposed to be opening to find the ceremony in full swing. "I use things from this store and I recycle other stuff from home," Dean said. "Eventually it all comes back.
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December 26, 2002
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Franklin County Commissioner Cheryl S. Plummer has announced she will seek re-election to the Board of Commissioners on the Democratic ticket. Plummer said she is "proud to serve the needs of our citizens and eager to continue addressing the positive challenges facing our county. " Plummer was appointed in January 1994 to fill the unexpired term of the late Dennis Zeger, and she ran successfully for her first full term in 1995 and again in 1999. Her goals have included increasing the efficiency of county government, improving human services and strengthening the support for the criminal justice system.
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By DANIEL J. SERNOVITZ | April 23, 2006
FALLING WATERS, W.Va. - Falling Waters resident Noel C. Williams said he has learned to say no. An operations manager at Fujicolor Processing Inc., the 49-year-old father of two said it took some time, and an arms-length of affiliations and memberships to local organizations, but through it all, he does not regret his previous inability to decline invitations. "Some people say, 'Well, you don't know how to say no,'" he said, noting he attends about two meetings a week. "You find the time to do what you want to do. " Williams is president of the board of directors of the United Way of Washington County, and a member of the boards of Habitat for Humanity, San Mar Children's Home, Cedar Ridge Children's Home and the Washington County Economic Development Commission.
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