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June 21, 1999
By ERIN HEATH / Staff Writer photo: MARLA BROSE / staff photographer When Candy Suarez looks back on her wedding to her husband, Andres, she will remember the dress, the guests, the cake - and the ring. Candy, 30, and Andres, 28, both of Hagerstown, got married in the ring at a professional wrestling match in Buckhannon, W.Va. The two met through the Internet, when Candy found Andres' e-mail address on an Internet directory for Hagerstown and sent him a message.
by Samantha Walker / Staff Photographer | November 1, 2006
Robbie Lester and his son, Travis, 4, receive a flashlight and a pumpkin filled with candy from Helen Lavigne, second from left, and Jeanne Flowers of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Eastern Panhandle during a Halloween party Tuesday night at the Grapevine Business park near Martinsburg, W.Va. Karol House gives candy to Mercedes and Dylan Borrow of Martinsburg. Trick-or-treaters of all shapes, sizes and costumes were out in full force in Martinsburg, W.Va., and other Tri-State communities Tuesday.
May 18, 2008
Approximately 65 children braved the cold temperature and wind to find 1,000 Easter eggs at the annual egg hunt hosted by the Smithsburg Lions Club. The event was held March 22 at the Smithsburg Lions Club Park. Lions Club members filled plastic eggs and members of Boy Scout Troop 14 hid the eggs along with Lions Club members. Children received the candy in the eggs and a bag of candy. Door prizes were awarded to Joel Martirano, Kayla Keplinger and Kristen Peake. The Smithsburg Lions Club sponsors Troop 14 and serves the surrounding communities.
October 8, 2007
The St. Mary Catholic School Student Council sponsored an Adopt-A-Soldier Tag Day recently. Students brought in items to be sent to soldiers. The items consisted of everything from eye drops to candy. A total of 17 boxes were sent.
November 30, 2009
The Smithsburg Lions Club conducted its annual Vision Days promotion Nov. 6 and 7 at Food Lion in Smithsburg. The Lions distributed candy to patrons and collected donations for the renowned Wilmer Eye Institute at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. The Smithsburg Lions Club serves the surrounding communities.
October 30, 2003
Heather Helmick, dressed as a clown, and Elizabeth Whetzel, decked out as SpongeBob SquarePants, hand out candy treats from their Moler Hall dorm room at Shepherd College in Shepherdstown, W.Va. The treats were part of the third annual Shep-or-Treat held Wednesday night. Other activities included arts and crafts and pumpkin decorating.
BY TIFFANY ARNOLD | | March 15, 2011
Editor's note: This is the fifth in a monthly series about neighborhood grocery stores. One of the biggest perks of owning a corner store, Clarence Rudisill said, is the grandkids. "What kid doesn't want to come into Grandma's candy store?" Rudisill asked from behind the candy-filled counter near the register. Rudisill and his wife, Joyce, have run J & C Deli and Market in Hagerstown's West End since 1997. The neighborhood shop has earned the reputation as the place where neighborhood kids get candy and subs.
February 20, 2001
Crumbs from the Cracker Barrel 2/21 Teaching at Lane's Run School held many pleasant memories for Mabel McDonald Weller, who wrote, "I commuted each day by horse and buggy from my home in Clear Spring. This was a beautiful drive over Fairview Mountain. I turned right from Route 40 on the National Turnpike onto the Funkhouser Road where I continued driving. Near the foot of a hill on Funkhouser Road, an old gentleman by the name of 'Laddy Dave' Forsythe had a little store.
December 17, 2000
AMVETS members brighten holidays for many Editor's note : This is the sixth in a series of stories running on the 12 days before Christmas to recognize individuals and groups who make the holidays better for others. By SCOTT BUTKI / Staff Writer photo: JOE CROCETTA / staff photographer For the 10th straight year, Washington County AMVETS Post 10 members are helping the community during the holiday season. continued There is a perception that members of veterans groups such as AMVETS sit around eating free food at a "watering hole," said Jim Sprecher Sr., secretary to the board of directors and past commander.
April 15, 2001
Church sweetens its Easter message By DAN KULIN A little religion and bags of Easter candy were doled out Saturday to children at Frederick Manor and Noland Village in Hagerstown. "We do it to see the smiles on their faces and to teach them what Easter's about," said Teresa Wiles, whose husband, Bill Wiles, is pastor at City Quake Ministries in Hagerstown. The Wileses and several other church members gave away 200 Easter bags full of candy Saturday.
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