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By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | April 14, 2011
The girlfriend of a man who died Wednesday in an industrial accident at the Purina Mills plant near Halfway remembered him Thursday as a wonderful father who went out of his way to help others. "He was always there when anyone needed him," Kristin Cummings said of Aaron Ball. "Aaron was just the best guy. He was always trying to help other people. " Ball, 25, who lived near Mercersburg, Pa., was killed at the plant while he was cleaning a machine, the Washington County Sheriff's Office said Wednesday.
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July 9, 1999
Girio-Shockey Nancy Lynn Shockey and David Matthew Girio were married Oct. 24, 1998, at Trinity United Church of Christ. The bride is the daughter of Ronald and Doris Hovis of Hagerstown. The bridegroom is the son of Yvonne Girio of Berwick, Pa., and Richard Girio of Williamsport, Pa. The bride attended Allegany College in Cumberland, Md. She is a dental hygienist and is employed by Drs. Fred and Rebecca Bye, Antietam Periodontics in Hagerstown. The bridegroom received his bachelor of science degree in business administration from Bloomsburg University in 1990.
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December 9, 2007
Mills-Strite Robin and Edgar Mills Jr. of Hancock, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nicole Lynn Mills, to Christopher Dean Strite, son of Lester and Wilma Strite of Greencastle, Pa. Ms. Mills is a 2003 graduate of Clear Spring High School and is employed at Truck Enterprises Hagerstown Inc. She is attending Kaplan College of Hagerstown for an associate degree in business administration. Mr. Strite attended Hillside Mennonite School. He is employed at Horstdale Farm Supply LLC in Greencastle.
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By ANDREW SCHOTZ | andrews@herald-mail.com | June 18, 2011
The 81st commencement in Kaplan University-Hagerstown's history was its largest, President W. Christopher Motz said. The spring class that graduated Saturday at North Hagerstown High School had a record 284 graduates. The school has been around for 73 years, as Kaplan University, Kaplan College, Hagerstown Business College, Maryland Medical Secretarial School and National Legal Secretarial School, according to the commencement program. The school currently holds graduation twice a year.
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August 11, 2007
Beall-Bartlett Katie Elizabeth Bartlett and Brian Richard Beall were married Saturday, July 7, 2007, at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Boonsboro. The bride is the daughter of Darlene Bartlett of Hagerstown and the late Charles M. Bartlett. The bridegroom is the son of Richard and Marcia Beall of Boonsboro. The bride is a 1999 graduate of Boonsboro High School, received an associate of arts in liberal arts from Hagerstown Community College in 2001 and a Bachelor of Arts in secondary social studies education from Shepherd University in 2004.
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By TAMELA BAKER | April 15, 2007
Hagerstown Business College kicked off this spring's commencement season Saturday morning as the Class of 2007 donned caps and gowns to collect their diplomas during a ceremony at North Hagerstown High School. This year's class includes nearly 140 graduates in the school's allied health, business, computer technology and legal divisions. The graduates ranged from young students not that far removed from their high school graduation, to grandparents seeking a career change. The commencement speakers, both of whom graduated summa cum laude on Saturday, spoke of the challenges they faced while attending HBC, and those that are ahead.
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By TAMELA BAKER | April 14, 2007
Hagerstown Business College kicked off this spring's commencement season Saturday morning as the Class of 2007 donned caps and gowns to collect their diplomas during a ceremony at North Hagerstown High School. This year's class includes nearly 140 graduates in the school's allied health, business, computer technology and legal divisions. The graduates ranged from young students not that far removed from their high school graduation, to grandparents seeking a career change. The commencement speakers, both of whom graduated summa cum laude on Saturday, spoke of the challenges they faced while attending HBC, and those that are ahead.
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