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February 8, 2009
Amber Belt and Anthony Mirra were married on Saturday, Oct. 18, 2008, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Clear Spring. The bride is the daughter of Norris and Yvonne Belt of Clear Spring. The bridegroom is the son of Frederick and Ruth Mirra of Clear Spring. The bride is a 2007 graduate of Shippensburg University with Bachelor of Science in business administration. She is employed as a patient services supervisor at Tri-State Community Health Center in Hancock. The bridegroom is a 2003 graduate of Hagerstown Community College with an associate degree.
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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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January 27, 2007
Reed-Strite Sarah Strite and Jacob Reed were married Oct. 7, 2006, at Maugansville Bible Brethren Church. The bride is the daughter of Joseph and Sharon Strite of Williamsport. The bridegroom is the son of George and Sherron Whittington of Dillsburg, Pa. The bride is a 2002 graduate of Washington County Technical High School and received an associate degree in specialized business with a focus on computer systems from York Technical Institute. She is employed as a help desk technician at Foot Locker Inc. The bridegroom is a 1994 graduate of Northern York County High School and received an associate degree in business with a focus on accounting from York Technical Institute.
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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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by DON AINES | May 21, 2006
HAGERSTOWN - Jeannie Beer of Martinsburg, W.Va., watched her stepdaughter, Christina, cross the dais at Hagerstown Community College to receive her associate degree Saturday, but Christina's mother had a better view of the event. "They both got their degrees today," Jeannie Beer said. "They got to sit beside each other and walk across the stage together. " More good news for the Beers: Christina already has a job offer to be a radiology technician at City Hospital in Martinsburg, W.Va.
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By DAN DEARTH | May 19, 2007
Diana Keely was 12 years old when she enrolled at Hagerstown Community College. Two years later and a month shy of her 15th birthday, Diana graduated on Saturday sporting a 4.0 grade-point average and an associate degree in history, making her the youngest graduate since HCC opened six decades ago. "I'll be staying at HCC and taking Internet classes at the University of Maryland (in Hagerstown)," she said. "I have a dream of becoming an international lawyer. It's just a dream, though.
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By DAN DEARTH | May 20, 2007
Click here to view and/or purchase photos. HAGERSTOWN - Diana Keely was 12 years old when she enrolled at Hagerstown Community College. Two years later and a month shy of her 15th birthday, Diana graduated on Saturday sporting a 4.0 grade-point average and an associate degree in history, making her the youngest graduate since HCC opened about six decades ago. "I'll be staying at HCC and taking Internet classes at the University of Maryland (in Hagerstown)
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By DAVE McMILLION | April 26, 2009
View more Kaplan graduation photos HAGERSTOWN -- Kaplan College evolved to its next level Sunday when the school's first bachelor's degrees were awarded during spring commencement at North Hagerstown High School. Kaplan College, which started as Hagerstown Business College in 1938, wanted to offer bachelor's degrees to increase the number of Washington County residents with bachelor's degrees and higher, said college President W. Christopher Motz. Statistics from the 2000 census showed Washington County had a low number of residents holding such degrees but Kaplan is hoping to change that in part with its bachelor's programs in business and information technology, Motz said.
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