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May 10, 2009
Name of business: Pump It Up, The Inflatable Party Zone Owners: Kim and Kevin Cunha Address: 10310 Governor Land Blvd., Suite 6015, Williamsport MD 21795 Opening date: April 2009 Products and services: Private parties for children ages 2 to 17 years old; field trips; team parties; and youth group outings. Parties are two hours in length and include 90 minutes in the inflatables play area and 30 minutes in the party room for food and cake. Inflatables area includes four oversized inflatables, two slide/obstacle course combinations and a moonbounce.
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LIFESTYLE
August 1, 2012
The Potomac Valley Audubon Society is offering a new Master Birder program. The program is intended for experienced birders who want to take their knowledge and skills to a higher level. Instruction will be provided through workshops that include both classroom time and field experiences, with the emphasis on the latter. Each workshop will focus on a specific group of birds or a topic that cuts across groups, such as bird song. Applicants must be graduates of PVAS's "Birding 101" course or have commensurate experience (3 or more years of birding)
NEWS
October 9, 1997
By DAVE McMILLION Staff Writer Fort Ritchie donated $12,500 worth of computer equipment to Boonsboro High School after completing technology upgrades at its site. The Hagerstown Coca-Cola Bottling Works donated $3,500 to North Hagerstown High School, an endowment from a long-time landowner in the county left schools with more than $35,000 and Citicorp Credit Services Inc. and the Citicorp Foundation donated thousands of dollars for computer equipment for schools and to pay for upgrades to the school system's planetarium.
NEWS
by DAVE McMILLION | June 17, 2002
charlestown@herald-mail.com CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - In Carol Whittington's kindergarten classroom at South Jefferson Elementary, several educational processes are at work at the same time. Because kindergarten is traditionally the start of a child's educational journey, it is where teachers gauge what type of students they will be. Some will learn fast, others will learn at slower paces. Once Jefferson County's Teacher of the Year finds out names and faces, she sets about her work.
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By MARIE GILBERT | marieg@herald-mail.com | March 18, 2011
There are no assignments or grades. But for two semesters every year, senior citizens go back to school. It's the Institute for Retired Persons (IRP), a program dedicated to lifelong learning. Some weeks, participants might discuss American history. Other times, they're on field trips, exploring museums or heading to the theater. And the only requirement, said Pat Chickering, interim director, is a natural curiosity. IRP was founded in 1983 by several Chambersburg residents who were looking for ways to stayed involved and informed.
NEWS
By BRUCE HAMILTON | March 8, 1999
Students, teachers and visitors would no longer be able to smoke on school grounds after hours or on field trips if the Washington County School Board adopts a proposal to change 1982 drug policies. The proposal also would require police to cite and possibly fine smokers who are caught for a third time, would add look-alike drugs to the policies and would solidify the current practice of trying to help students kick bad habits instead of just punishing them. [cont. from front page ]
NEWS
by KAREN HANNA | May 8, 2006
WASHINGTON COUNTY Tucked in a corner, away from cases of Chinese ceramics, Battle of Antietam artifacts and Eastern European religious icons, the collection of signatures in a Boonsboro museum's visitors book bears witness to admirers near and far. "What a delightful surprise!" a Portland, Ore., visitor wrote in the Boonsborough Museum of History guest book Sunday. A steady stream of people visited the museum - which is stuffed to overflowing with Civil War memorabilia, historic letters, ancient bones and other curios from the personal collection of Doug Bast - on the second day of the third-annual Washington County Museum Ramble.
NEWS
by ANDREW SCHOTZ | October 23, 2002
andrews@herald-mail.com Washington County Public Schools went into a "modified lockdown" Tuesday as a precaution after a fatal shooting in Montgomery County, Md., that may have been part of a recent killing spree. Exterior doors were locked and students were not allowed to go outside for physical education class or recess. Superintendent Elizabeth Morgan said she consulted with School Board President Edward Forrest and Washington County Commissioners President Gregory I. Snook after hearing of the latest shooting.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | May 22, 2012
The smallest school district in Franklin County, Pa., is grappling with some huge problems related to finances as it faces possible teacher furloughs, fewer courses and serious supply cuts. Fannett-Metal School District could start the 2012-13 school year with a budget deficit, as it has done in recent years. Deficits have ranged from $270,000 to $600,000 in each of the past three school years. They represent a hefty amount for a school district that operates on a $6.8 million annual budget.
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