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NEWS
March 13, 2009
School lunch menus for the week of March 16 to 20: Washington County Monday - Beef teriyaki strips or grilled chicken patty. Tuesday - Chicken nuggets or grilled cheese sandwich. Wednesday - Cheeseburger or cheese quesadilla. Thursday - Turkey sub or meatball sub. Friday - Shrimp poppers with macaroni and cheese or pizza burger. Berkeley County, W.Va. Monday - Hamburger on whole wheat roll, lettuce and tomato, onion rings, fruit cocktail and milk.
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NEWS
June 23, 2009
St. Matthew's United Methodist Church in Hagerstown will host an indoor yard sale and soup and sandwich sale Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Spaces for the indoor yard sale cost $8. Weather permitting, the yard sale might be moved outdoors. Vendors will be able to load and unload yard sale merchandise at a handicapped-accessible area of the church. The church is at 443 W. Franklin St. (corner of Franklin and High streets). Call 301-739-1425 for space rental reservations or additional information.
NEWS
June 2, 2003
Rsum: Community office sales manager, Home Federal Savings Bank, Dual Highway Branch. Board president, Big Brother Big Sister of Washington County. Volunteer coordinator, Western Maryland Blues Fest. Board member, American Red Cross, Washington County Chapter. Mentors an Eastern Elementary School student. Member, Antietam Exchange Club. Born: Aug. 27, 1967. Education: North Hagerstown High School, Class of 1985. Mentor: "I have been blessed to have had many mentors (bosses, friends and family)
ENTERTAINMENT
January 13, 2012
1. Say it Out Loud Winning students from Poetry Out Loud school competitions will compete in the Washington County competition of the Poetry Out Loud: National Recitation Contest at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 18, at Washington County Public Schools Central Office, 820 Commonwealth Ave., Hagerstown. Three winners will advance to the regional Poetry Out Loud contest Saturday, Feb. 11. For information, call 410-767-6476 or 410-908-2135. 2. Jazzing up an evening The Christiana Drapkin Trio will present "Chicken Soup with Jazz," a concert featuring standards written by Jewish composers and lyricists, at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20, at Williamsport Memorial Branch Library, 104 E. Potomac St., Williamsport.
NEWS
By TIFFANY ARNOLD | May 18, 2008
A few tenets of Southern comfort food - chicken, rolls and cheese - are all you need for Linda Royal's chicken roll-ups. It's a crescent roll stuffed with pulled chicken, cream cheese, black pepper and mushrooms, topped with a thick cheese sauce. Serve the roll-ups with wild rice and green veggies. Royal, a Virginia native, received the recipe from a friend in Danville, Va. Royal enjoys making the roll-ups for her husband, Bob Royal, pastor of Zion United Church of Christ in Hagerstown.
NEWS
By LYNN LITTLE | January 28, 2009
You are busy. You work hard at home or at the office, you carpool, volunteer, workout, pick up and clean up. You don't have time to think about dinner. A few time-saving steps can help you prepare easy family meals with less stress. Use the time you save to enjoy your family. Keep meals simple. Food that keeps your family healthy can be quick to fix. Three quick-to-fix family foods include: o Hearty soup: Add canned or frozen vegetables to tomato or chicken soup. o Pasta dish: Mix chopped lean ham or deli meat and cooked vegetables into macaroni and cheese.
NEWS
April 29, 2009
The Herald-Mail would like to publish penny-pinching, tasty recipes by thrifty cooks in the Tri-State area on the Food page every week. Contact staff writer Julie Greene at 301-733-5131 or 800-626-6397, ext. 2320, or julieg@herald-mail.com . Include a daytime phone number. Also include how many servings the recipe makes. We'll check supermarket prices and determine the cost per serving. When we determine the cost of ingredients, we'll assume cooks don't have any of the ingredients already on hand.
NEWS
BY DAVE McMILLION | April 5, 2002
charlestown@herald-mail.com KEARNEYSVILLE, W.Va. - About two weeks ago, Marge Woelkers began noticing discoloration in her well water in the Fox Glen subdivision along W.Va. 9 west of Charles Town. On March 28, the water turned darker, until it looked like "chicken soup," said Woelkers, one of about 200 homeowners in the subdivision who has been advised by state health officials to boil their water. "I didn't even taste it. I immediately boiled my water. I didn't wait for a boil-water alert," Woelkers said Thursday.
NEWS
BY KATE COLEMAN | May 28, 2002
Books are not dead. Words on a page that evoke and provoke still engage readers. Kids are reading for pleasure, says Donna Parks, head of children's services at Washington County Free Library. And they are reading a wide variety of books. Graphic novels - sort of a long comic-book are popular, especially "Pedro and Me," the story of the friendship between Pedro Zamora, the HIV-positive AIDS educator, and his MTV "The Real World" roommate, cartoonist Judd Winick. "Teenagers especially seem to like poetry," Parks says.
NEWS
February 4, 1999
Book photos courtesy of Amazon.com It started last week. Excerpts of newly released and soon-to-be-released works by six best-selling authors will be included in 35 million 12- and 24-packs of diet Coke and Caffeine Free diet Coke. The excerpted titles are:         " A Sudden Change of Heart ," by Barbara Taylor Bradford. Bradford's first novel, "A Woman of Substance" was published in 1979. That and 13 other novels have sold more than 59 million copies worldwide.
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