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By MARIE GILBERT | February 23, 2008
HAGERSTOWN -- They spent weeks, side by side, carving a block of wood into a sleek racing machine. But the true moment of bonding between parent and son took place when that car shot down a sloping four-lane aluminum track. This is where their handiwork would be tested. They had attached big dreams to this small car -- and hopefully, they would go home winners. But whatever the outcome, Cub Scout and father were in this together. Pinewood Derby mania hit the gymnasium of North Hagerstown High School Saturday morning.
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NEWS
December 8, 2008
Cub Scouts from Pack 22 saw a demonstration on how firefighters gear up when responding to a fire. The Cub Scouts recently visited Junior Independent No. 3 Fire Department and Community Rescue Services on Eastern Boulevard. The Cub Scouts took a tour of the fire department, CRS living quarters and saw the various equipment used in emergencies. Pack members were also given a demonstration of the equipment firefighters wear and how CRS uses the "jaws of life" to extract victims from vehicles.
NEWS
October 2, 2007
Cub Scouts from Pack 54 gather trash along Antietam Creek near Pangborn Park. Front row, from left, are Kabel Corbin and Aaron Little; back row: Patrick Sacchet, Wayne Brown, Jordon Peiffer, Sammy Pietrzak and Joey Pietrzak. Pack 54, Pack 66 and Troop 4, all of Hagerstown, assisted volunteers from Antietam Creek Watershed Alliance in the cleanup on Sept. 22.
NEWS
December 26, 2010
Boy Scouts from Troop 252 and Cub Scouts from Pack 26 worked together with community volunteers to set up and light luminarias Dec. 4 for the 22nd annual Antietam National Battlefield Memorial Illumination. Troop 252 is chartered by the Church of Christ at Hagerstown on Whitehall Road in Hagerstown.
LIFESTYLE
July 18, 2012
Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts from the Mason-Dixon Council of Boy Scouts of America took part in a local flag ceremony for the Hagerstown March of Dimes Walkathon at Hagerstown Fairgrounds on April 30.
LIFESTYLE
By SHADAE PAUL | November 22, 2011
Special to The Herald-Mail   The wall clock at Memorial Recreation Center strikes 6 p.m. above the heads of young Tigers, Wolfs, Bears and Webelos. It is Wednesday evening. The weekly Cub Scout meeting has just begun on time and well-prepared, as it does every Wednesday evening. Before this meeting begins, Anthony Holmes, the Cub Scouts cubmaster, arrives at the recreation center to gather materials for the Cub Scouts meeting. Holmes, 50, of Hagerstown, leads Cub Scout Pack 75 in the Jonathan Street neighborhood and its surrounding community.
NEWS
By DAN DEARTH | October 9, 2007
Water service could be disrupted today CLEAR SPRING - Clear Spring residents who live on Mill Street and Brennan Drive could experience disruptions in their water service this morning because R.W. Excavating will be working on a water line. The Clear Spring Town Council on Monday said water service in those areas should return to normal before noon. Council will donate candy for party CLEAR SPRING - The Clear Spring Town Council on Monday agreed to donate candy to the Clear Spring Volunteer Fire Department's Halloween party.
NEWS
April 5, 2009
The Washington County District Pinewood Derby was held March 7 at Northern Middle School. The top winners were: First place - Corey Sasse, Pack 27; second place - Jacob Rowe, Pack 20; third place - Everest Shives, Pack 66; fourth place - Adam Mathias, Pack 26; fifth place - Dillon Denig, Pack 20; sixth place - Justin Siebeneichen, Pack 26; seventh place - Garrett Landman, Pack 17; eighth place - Jacob Pence, Pack 23; ninth place - Andrew Owens,...
NEWS
By DON AINES | dona@herald-mail.com | February 26, 2011
Accompanied by the recorded sound of race cars, a foursome of 5-ounce, gravity-driven cars thundered down a 40-foot track Saturday at Northern Middle School in the Washington County District Pinewood Derby. Eighty-five Cub Scouts, the best of 22 packs, competed in the event, among them James Sword VI of Pack 8. "You have to make it super aerodynamic," Sword said of his theory on how to prevail in the derby. "I'm determined to win. " Alas, the checkered flag for the day went to Mark Grimes of Pack 103, Brandon Cole of Pack 252, Dalton Mayhew of Pack 66, Justin Siebenichen of Pack 252 and Logan Adkins of Pack 17 rounded out the top five.
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