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NEWS
March 5, 2012
Cub Scout Pack 17 in Williamsport recently held its annual Blue and Gold Banquet. The event opened with an invocation conducted by the Rev. Susan Boehl, pastor of Williamsport United Methodist Church on Church Street. The church is the charter organization for Williamsport's Cub Scouts (ages 6 to 11), and Boy Scouts (ages 12 to 18).  Cub Scouts received patches and awards, and their den leaders were recognized and thanked. Scouting is a volunteer organization, so everyone, from the committee members to the parents, contributes to the success of the program.    This year's special guests were the Potamac Dancers from Venturing Crew 2 in Hagerstown, who demonstrated Native-American dance in traditional regalia.  The banquet concluded with the Cub Scout graduation of three Webelos.
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NEWS
Anne Weatherholt | Around Hancock | February 16, 2012
The Friendship Banquet and Auction, previously scheduled for Saturday at St. Thomas' Episcopal Church has been postponed. The event has been rescheduled for Saturday, March 24, same time, same location. Tickets already sold are good for the new date. Movie day planned On Saturday, the Hancock Library in Widmeyer Park will show the movie “Kung Fu Panda 2” (rated PG). The free film begins at 3 p.m., and refreshments will be served. To register, call the library at 301-678-5300.
LIFESTYLE
November 14, 2011
Graduates of the former Lemasters High School met Oct. 15 for the annual alumni banquet at the Lemasters Community Center. The Peters Township high school began in 1907 and continued until 1954, when students joined James Buchanan High School. Entertainment for the afternoon was provided by the Kitchen Band from Waynesboro, Pa. Pauline Cordell Harrison of Fort Loudon, Pa., from the class of 1933, and the Rev. Garnet L. Zimmerman of Harrisburg, Pa., from the class of 1934, were recognized for being the oldest alumni present.
NEWS
June 20, 2011
The Hagerstown Community College Hawk Booster Club will host the third annual Irv Easterday Golf and HCC Hall of Fame Tournament on Monday, June 27, at Beaver Creek Country Club in Hagerstown. The tournament is open to the public and will feature a four-person scramble or “Captain’s Choice” format. Cost is $100 per player. Fee includes golf and cart, range balls, gift bag, prizes and banquet dinner. The tournament begins at 1 p.m. and the banquet dinner will begin at 6 p.m. Following the banquet, an induction ceremony will be held for the 2011 HCC Hall of Fame inductees.
NEWS
April 13, 2011
Area long-distance runner Susan Graham-Gray will be the guest speaker for the annual True Grit Banquet. The event will be Tuesday, May 10, at Fountain Head Country Club, starting at 6 p.m. The True Grit award honors athletes who might not be the stars of their team, but have overcome obstacles to remain a member of the team. Students are honored from the public and private high schools in the county and Hagerstown Community College. Graham-Gray, 42, who is legally blind, finished second among females in the 2008 JFK 50 Mile run. She is the only legally blind athlete (male or female)
NEWS
By JOANNA CALIMER | Special to The Herald-Mail | April 4, 2011
The Washington County Holstein Association held its annual banquet and awards meeting on March 1. David Lease, president of the Maryland Holstein Association, and Brenda Leggett, retiring state director from Washington County, presented All-Maryland awards to Kaitlyn Corbett for Junior All-Maryland Spring Yearling, Reich-Dale Laramie Belay; Ryan Shank for All-Maryland Sr. 2-Year-Old Cow, Palmyra Pontiac Gemmi; Scott DeBaugh for Junior All-Maryland Sr....
NEWS
By DAVE McMILLION | davem@herald-mail.com | March 19, 2011
Four Hagerstown Fire Department members were honored at a banquet Saturday night for rescuing two people from two separate blazes in the city last year and this year. Charles Mundey, Joseph Chojnacki, Daniel Myers, and Allen Carpenter were honored during the banquet at the Fraternal Order of Eagles club at 18 N. Locust St., officials said. Hosted by the Hagerstown Professional Fire Fighters IAFF Local 1605, the banquets are held periodically when a group of firefighters are retiring, city fire department spokesman Scott Baire said.
NEWS
March 13, 2011
 The Tuscarora District of the Mason-Dixon Council, Boy Scouts of America, held its annual banquet Jan. 29 at the Shady Grove Community Center. Nearly 80 Scouts and Scouters were in attendance for a home-cooked meal prepared by the Tuscarora kitchen crew. While there was ice instead of a red carpet, the stars did come out and many Cub Scout packs, Boy Scouts troops, and Venture crews were presented with Unit awards for meeting goals as set forth by Boy Scouts. A number of adult leader awards were presented: Dee Rider, Crew 99, Greencastle, Pa., and Bill Yoder, Tuscarora District Commissioner, were presented with the District Award of Merit, the highest honor that is given on a district level.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | julieg@herald-mail.com | February 14, 2011
As chairman for the Funkstown Volunteer Fire Co.’s annual awards banquet, Nick Keller spent Feb. 5 at Next Dimensions restaurant setting up a video and photos featuring company members and emergencies the company responded to during the past year. It wasn’t until the banquet was under way that Keller found out he was receiving the big award of the night — firefighter of the year. “I was excited,” said Keller, 26, who has been a volunteer firefighter for three years and an emergency medical technician for two years.
NEWS
June 29, 2010
The Hunting Heritage Super Fund banquet, hosted by the Washington County Longbeards Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, will be Saturday, Aug. 14, at Dimensions Dining and Catering, at 132 Old National Pike in Hagerstown. Doors open at 5 p.m. A social hour will be held before dinner. The banquet raises funds for wild turkey conservation while combining a meal with a chance to swap stories with other sportsmen and women. Sporting art, hunting firearms, knives, wildlife calls and outdoor equipment will go at auction.
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