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June 2, 2003
Aqua aerobic classes SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - The Shepherd College Wellness Center will offer aqua aerobic classes Tuesday, June 3, through Thursday, Aug. 7. Classes meet twice a week from 8 to 9 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. There will be no classes on July 1 and July 3. The fee is $60 for Wellness Center members and $110 for nonmembers. For information or to register, call 1-304-876-5471. Health screenings Health screenings will be offered by Doppler Diagnostics at 9 a.m. Thursday, June 19, at St. John's Episcopal Church, 101 S. Prospect St., Hagerstown.
By EVA NIESSNER / Pulse Correspondent | March 4, 2008
The problem with most historical films is usually either their dryness or their eagerness to romanticize fact. However, sitting in the audience at "The Other Boleyn Girl," I saw neither. The constantly twisting plot centers around Anne Boleyn (Natalie Portman) and Mary Boleyn (Scarlett Johansson), whose power-hungry uncle is determined to see one of them as a mistress to King Henry VIII (Eric Bana). Henry's attentions flip from Anne to Mary and back so constantly, it seems that the "other" Boleyn girl of the movie title is a different sister every few minutes.
by KEVIN CLAPP | January 31, 2003 Seated with six other youngsters on the carpeted multi-purpose room floor, 7-year-old Sydniy Mabey cradles a lifelike baby doll in her arms. Under the watchful eyes of registered nurse Brenda Mouser, Sydniy learns how to hold the baby. She learns how newborns must sleep a lot and cannot talk. Her mother, Megan Mabey-Leach, sits nearby, watching her daughter. On Feb. 25, she is due to give birth to her second child, a girl. "She's very sensitive anyway, so I don't want her to feel because there's a new baby she's pushed to the side," Mabey-Leach says.
January 29, 2012
Winchester Medical Center recently dedicated its new north tower and celebrated the conclusion of a three-year campus expansion that has enhanced the facility's capacity to care for the region's sickest patients. The $161 million construction project impacted three sides of the 22-year-old medical center, beginning with a 560-space parking deck on the east side of the campus that opened in 2009. On the west side of the site, a new heart and vascular center and a clinical lab expansion opened in spring 2011.
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