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January 25, 2002
W.Va. church to explore need for area Christian school SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Covenant Baptist Church has hired a Hagerstown firm to study the need for a Christian school. Harry Young, chairman of the church's School Exploratory Committee, said the church has hired Insight Research and Planning to explore the need for an academically enriched Christian school. The proposed school would be based on the Covenant campus in the new 14,000-square-foot educational wing, planned for completion in the summer of 2002.
NEWS
By ERIN JULIUS | January 8, 2008
HAGERSTOWN - A Hagerstown woman who stole money from Horizon Goodwill Industries used it to pay tuition at her son's private Christian school, her defense attorney said Monday morning in Washington County Circuit Court. Kerri Ann Sasse, 32, pleaded guilty Monday to felony theft scheme, more than $500. Washington County Circuit Judge W. Kennedy Boone III sentenced Sasse to three years in prison, with all three years suspended. She must serve three years unsupervised probation, the judge said.
NEWS
July 27, 2007
Heritage Academy will have its annual auction on Saturday, Oct. 6. The auction is the main fundraiser for the school, which is a non-denominational Christian school, west of Hagerstown. Craft vendors are being sought to participate in the activities that day. To be a vendor, call 301-991-7984.
NEWS
April 28, 2010
When Carl Zello died April 10 at the age of 93, he left a legacy to the students at Heritage Academy. In 1968, when a group of parents was looking for land on which to build a school, Zello donated 10 acres five miles west of Hagerstown for the school. After the Supreme Court voted to remove prayer and Bible reading from public schools in 1968, a group of parents began to meet for prayer and to discuss the possibilities of beginning a Christian school in the Hagerstown area.
NEWS
May 21, 2001
Homeschool moms get support By MARLO BARNHART marlob@herald-mail.com Sheryl Deike chose to teach her children at home even though she knew the decision could have far-reaching effects. She is not alone, however. Deike has been able to depend on SonLIGHT Homeschool, a home-schooling support group rooted in Washington County, for advice and counsel. Founded about six years ago by four or five mothers who taught their children at home, SonLIGHT has grown to 132 families schooling more than 300 children.
NEWS
by ANDY MASON | December 2, 2004
andrewm@herald-mail.com Ben Jordan and Nick Kipe both are on the short list of the best athletes I've covered during my two-plus years working at this newspaper. This past spring, Jordan batted .539 for the Williamsport baseball team and was named All-Area First Team, while Kipe was virtually untouchable in the triple jump for the Waynesboro track team and was named All-Area First Team. Last fall, Jordan and Kipe both were All-Area First Team soccer players. Now, they are teammates for real, although Jordan still says, "It's surreal.
NEWS
By ANDREA ROWLAND | April 10, 1999
It was school time in the Goodies' Hagerstown home. Dissatisfied with public schools, Lisa Goodie started home schooling her daughters, Ashley, 11, and Katlin, 9, four years ago. It's one of the most rewarding things she's ever done. "I feel like our family has such a bond now," said Goodie, 34. She said she never thought her parental duties would expand to include teaching academics to her kids.
NEWS
by MARLO BARNHART | March 14, 2006
CLEAR SPRING - Chris Mitchell is a man of God and an enthusiastic sports fan who has combined those two passions under one steeple. In late January, Mitchell organized a men's basketball league at Emmanuel Baptist Temple where he is youth pastor. The teams play Monday nights from 7 to 9 p.m. at 16221 National Pike east of Clear Spring. "My wife says the word fan is short for fanatic," Mitchell said. "But it's just that I love basketball and baseball, sports which promote both good exercise and teamwork.
NEWS
by DON AINES | August 3, 2004
chambersburg@herald-mail.com KAUFFMAN, Pa. - She left school after the seventh grade to work, but Viola Daley Plum amazed a few of the people sitting with her Thursday evening by recalling the names of all her teachers going back 83 years. "I know Mrs. Hoover was my teacher in first grade," the 90-year-old Greencastle, Pa., woman said before listing off the other six at a reunion of students from the Brown's Mill Consolidated School. In 1921, however, the school had yet to open and Plum was attending the Old Brown's Mill School across the road.
NEWS
by RICHARD F. BELISLE | December 15, 2005
waynesboro@herald-mail.com WAYNESBORO, Pa. - A wealthy Cincinnati businessman who once was part-owner of the Cincinnati Reds baseball team is buying a 421-year-old Geneva Bible that was donated to a Waynesboro church last year. Carl H. Lindner was born in Ohio in 1920. According to his company's Web site, he parlayed his small interest in a family-owned dairy business into American Financial Group, one of the most successful financial conglomerates in the country. From virtually nothing, Lindner built a $17 billion company.
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EDUCATION
April 5, 2013
Third quarter marking period Distinguished honor roll K5 - Marissa Culler, Madalyn Eby, Jordan Miller First grade - Roxy Renner Second grade - Delaney Renner Third grade - Atlee Barnhart, Camryn Moore Ninth grade - Marissa Swope Honor roll K5 - Shae Cawley, Steven Hershberger, Morgan Shaffer First grade - Madison Bageant, Andrew Cawley, Joel Cook, Alison Hoyt, Grace Tedrick Second grade - Corrina Angle,...
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EDUCATION
December 2, 2012
On Nov. 9, seven area Christian schools came together for a professional development training day. The schools present were Broadfording Christian Academy, Grace Academy, Shalom Christian Academy, Heritage Academy, Cumberland Valley Christian School, Adams County Christian School and New Life Christian Academy.  A total of 140 classroom educators participated in the day's events. The presenter for the day was Pat Eger from Dover, Pa. Eger has a 30-year plus career in education.
SPORTS
By DANIEL KAUFFMAN | kauffman@herald-mail.com | December 1, 2012
Sarah Elwood was the first to say she had it easy on Saturday night. The Clear Spring senior finished with 13 assists and three kills to help Team Crabtree beat Team Crawford 25-18, 19-25, 15-7 in the high school senior all-stars match to conclude the seventh annual Spikefest at South Hagerstown High. Elwood served it up for Heritage Academy's Kara Stamper (10 kills) and Williamsport's Stacey Christy (six kills, three aces), who each put several emphatic kills down to help Williamsport coach Emily Crabtree's team defeat North Hagerstown coach Megan Crawford's squad.
OPINION
December 13, 2011
“Man up and raise taxes, Chambersburg caller? Forget it. Every time Republicans have agreed to tax increases with promises of future spending cuts, those cuts never, ever happen. You want more revenue, install a corporate flat tax everybody pays, and get rid of all loopholes, special tax credits, and favoritism for politicians' favorite industries, like GE, which paid no federal income tax last year. Raising rates on millionaires won't change that. And get rid of the de facto Gulf drilling war ... allow drilling off our coast and approve the Keystone oil pipeline, for starters.
EDUCATION
June 22, 2011
  Emmanuel Christian School participated in the Maryland Association of Christian Schools Fine Arts Competition for the 2010-11 school year. Here are the results: Elementary: First place Morgan Anthony — Bible teaching Caleb Barton — Oral interpretations Madison Bible — Oral interpretations Joseph Cook — History project Madison Crampton — Poetry Emmett Hoyt — Evangelistic preaching Rebecca Moyer — Poetry, sacred piano solo, vocal solo Intermediate Small Ensemble Second place Garet Bingaman — Evangelistic preaching Kenton Bowers — Bible teaching Daniel Hendershot and Rebecca Moyer — Piano duet Jacob Moyer — Vocal solo Emma Trobaugh — Crafts/mixed media, sewing/textiles Reader’s Theater Third place Morgan Anthony and Rebecca Moyer — Vocal duet Caleb Barton and Nathan Thomas — Duet acting Atlee Barnhart — First-grade narrative Madison Bible — Vocal solo Garet Bingaman — Vocal solo Madison Crampton — Second- and third-grade narrative Intermediate Large Ensemble Junior/Senior High: First place Jessica Aikens — Bible teaching Nathaniel Aikens — Poetry Jordan Anthony...
EDUCATION
April 3, 2011
Fine arts results for the junior/senior high classes at Emmanuel Christian School: First place: Jessica Aikens — Bible teaching Nathaniel Aikens — Poetry Jordan Anthony/Marissa Swope — Sacred piano duet Ethan Bowers — Crafts Ethan Bowers — Extemporaneous speaking Laura Calhoun — Crafts Margret Hoyt — Science fair Meredith Hoyt — Old Testament academic test Marissa Swope —...
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