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by TRISH RUDDER | August 15, 2006
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Spending time in Italy this summer was worth the hard work for budding opera vocalist Morgan Harmison. "It exceeded my expectations. It was fun, but was also challenging. I learned a whole lot," Harmison said. Harmison, 20, chose the five-week advanced accredited program to continue her studies at the Opera Theatre and Music Festival in Lucca, Italy. It was offered by the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music and co-organized with Centro Koine, the distinguished language institute of Lucca, she said.
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by PEPPER BALLARD | May 25, 2003
pepperb@herald-mail.com After discovering she was a "pathetic" legal secretary, Nora Roberts ditched the clerical suits and picked up writing, a job that finally "lit her up. " The best-selling romantic fiction author, who lives in Keedysville, challenged 438 graduating Shepherd College students Saturday to find the same excitement in the lives they make for themselves. "When you close this chapter of your life today, do so with respect for what came before and anticipation of what comes next," Roberts said.
NEWS
by ANDREA ROWLAND | October 2, 2003
andrear@herald-mail.com Hagerstown native Carly Churchey has acted in plays in 45 states and overseas - but performing at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., was a career highlight, she says. "It was absolutely incredible," says Churchey, 24, who is the daughter of Patti Churchey-Friend and Don Churchey, both of Hagerstown. Carly Churchey played "Lucy," the lead female role in VSA Arts Playwright Discovery Award program's production of "Diamond in the Rough" on Monday, Sept.
NEWS
July 30, 1999
Cochran-Keller Rachel LaDonna Cochran and Kim Duane Keller wish to announce their engagement. Ms. Cochran is the daughter of Delphine Bixby of Hayden, Idaho, and Lyle Cochran of Roseburg, Ore. She is a 1983 graduate of Nazarene High School in Roseburg. She is employed as an employee benefit specialist with Foster, Soltoff and Love Ltd. in Bethesda, Md. Mr. Keller is the son of Ritchard and Shirley Cornwell of Cumberland, Md., and John W. Keller of Hagerstown. He is a 1973 graduate of Fort Hill High School and received an associate's degree in media technology from Allegany Community College in 1978.
EDUCATION
March 11, 2012
JACKSON, Miss.  - The Belhaven University Athletic Department celebrated the achievements of its student-athletes during the Excellence in Athletics Day Feb. 9 at the Center for the Arts Concert Hall. This semi-annual event is held to honor students who excel in both athletics and academics. More than 100 students were recognized for earning a 3.0 grade-point average for the past semester. Paul Kassab of Frederick, Md. , was honored during the program. Kassab is a senior pursuing a Bachelor of Science and is on the Blazers' baseball team.
NEWS
February 26, 1999
Greene-Ketterman Gary and Eula Walters of Inwood, W.Va., announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen D. Greene, to George R. Ketterman III, son of George and Kathy Ketterman of Myersville, Md. A June wedding is planned. Kelbaugh-Thomas Skip and Cindy Kelbaugh of Hagerstown announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristina Lynn Kelbaugh, to Kevin Arnold Thomas, son of Paulette Thomas of Waynesboro, Pa., and the late Terry Thomas. Ms. Kelbaugh is a 1995 graduate of Williamsport High School.
NEWS
May 7, 2001
Wedding announcements for 5/5 Renner-Tyler Esther Tyler and Ron Renner were married Saturday, March 17, 2001, at Church of God in Hagerstown. The bride is the daughter of Gregory and Ellen Tyler of Hagerstown. The bridegroom is the son of Henry Renner and Nancy Renner, both of Hagerstown. The bride is a 1992 graduate of Clear Spring High School. She is employed as payroll manager with Craig Paving Inc. in Hagerstown. The bridegroom is a 1976 graduate of North Hagerstown High School.
NEWS
by ALICIA NOTARIANNI | January 26, 2007
Jeanean Songco Martin stood with her left eye open and her right eye squeezed tightly shut. One of her arms projected straight ahead, her hand wielding a long, skinny paintbrush, as she deemed the size of an onion. "I'm closing one eye, just like Popeye. I'm choosing the top of the onion as a unit of measurement. It'll be my center of interest and everything else will branch out," Songco Martin said. "Onions are one of my favorite things to paint. They're almost like looking at skin with all those great undertones.
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