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ENTERTAINMENT
June 21, 2012
Historical weapons Among weapons in the display are authenticated artifacts from Little Big Horn and a Sharps carbine similar to those taken during John Brown's raid in Harpers Ferry, Va., in 1859. Exhibit continues through Friday, June 29. Allison-Antrim Museum, 365 S. Ridge Ave., Greencastle, Pa. Free; donation requested. Call 717-597-9325 or go www.greencastlemuseum.org . Treasures from the attic “Potpourri - Treasures from the Attic” includes a naval uniform from the Spanish-American War, a 1866 ball gown, 1834 hatbox and ancient Egyptian oil and salt lamps.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 17, 2012
'Zen' An exhibition of works created by Tony Zizzi and Deb Feller. Exhibit continues through Friday, Oct. 26. SHAPE Gallery, 20 W. King St., Shippensburg, Pa. Go to www.shapeart.org . Three painters "New Wave: Paintings" by Sam Dalious, Luke Jones and Kelly Neibert are on display through Friday, Oct. 26. The Council for the Arts, 159 S. Main St., Chambersburg, Pa. Call 717-264-6883. Civil War Backstories Valley Art Association members' exhibit on how citizens and properties were affected over the past 150 years.
EDUCATION
June 30, 2012
The following area students were named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Lebanon Valley College: - Laura A. Bremmer of Greencastle, Pa., a music major and James Buchanan High School graduate - Jocelyn M. Davis of Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., an English major and Waynesboro (Pa.) Area Senior High School graduate - Brittany L. Flood of Fayetteville, Pa., an art and art history major and Chambersburg (Pa.) Area Senior High School graduate - James M. Hall of Greencastle, a psychology major and James Buchanan High School graduate - Emily B. Johansen of Chambersburg, a psychology major and Chambersburg Area Senior High School graduate - Nikole B. Mannherz of Frederick, Md., an elementary education major and Tuscarora High School graduate - Aaron M. Mills of Hagerstown, a biology major and Clear Spring High School graduate - Andrew D. Suprock of Mount Airy, Md., a physics major and Seton Home Study School graduate
NEWS
January 17, 2008
Auditions for spring production held today SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - The Shepherd University Rude Mechanicals Medieval and Renaissance Players will hold auditions for their spring production, three medieval plays, from 8 to 10 p.m. today in Reynolds Hall. Multiple roles for men and women are available. Musicians, a videographer, a costume designer, and backstage crew also are needed. For information, call Betty Ellzey at 304-876-5208 or e-mail bellzey@shepherd.edu . Internships available at art museum Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown is looking for academic interns for summer 2008.
NEWS
By HEATHER KEELS | December 31, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- Dr. Dan McDougal had a strategy for dealing with insurance companies that put doctors through a game of "Mother May I" to get procedures approved. When a company said it wouldn't pay for a CT scan or an MRI unless its staff authorized it first, McDougal, medical director for Antietam Health Services, would call the insurance company's medical director, who usually was in another state, and ask for the spelling of his name and his Maryland medical license number. When the medical director said he didn't have a Maryland license, McDougal threatened to call the state board of licensure and stressed the serious consequences of practicing medicine without a license.
NEWS
September 24, 2010
Name of business: Icing Bakery & Cafe Owners: Tom and Lacy Barnhart Address: 7 N. Main St., Boonsboro Opening date: May 18 Products and services: Assorted baked goods, wedding cakes, celebration cakes, paninis, wraps, salads, soups and coffee Market area: Tri-State area, including Hagerstown and Frederick, Md. How did you get into your business, or what motivated you to start it? "I (Lacy) have always enjoyed baking and decided to go back to school and attain a degree in pastry arts from L'Academie de Cuisine.
NEWS
By TIFFANY ARNOLD | January 17, 2008
BURKITTSVILLE, Md. ? A 20-year survey of abstract expressionist Margaret Ann Kennedy's paintings will evince growth, as Kennedy steps outside her comfort zone and embraces a new medium, acrylic paint. The exhibit, "Loaded Brush: Works by Margaret Ann Kennedy, A Twenty Year Survey" opened at Washington County Arts Council's gallery Wednesday; an opening reception is set for Saturday, Jan. 19. The exhibit ends Tuesday, Feb. 12. It is the first time a gallery in Washington County has featured a survey of her work, said Kennedy, 78, during a recent interview at her home studio in Burkittsville.
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