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June 12, 2008
YOUTH BASEBALL American Little League Funkstown 10, FOP 0 Funkstown: Jacob Wise 2 hits; Robert Tracey, Myles Nicholson combined 1-hitter. Clear Spring Little League MackIntosh Realtors 17, Cozzoli Studios 7 MackIntosh: Ryan Yetter 4 hits; Hunter Fiddler, Riley Lazich, Michael Wollard 2 hits each. Conococheague Little League Tony's Pizza 10, Broad Run 3 Tony's: Tristan Baker, Brandon Toloso 2 hits each. Conococheague Minor League Tony's Pizza 10, Reid's 6 Tony's: Cory Walters 4 hits; Christopher Pike, Aaron Koons 3 hits each; Joseph Pike HR. Reid's: Chad Atha, Josh Gerber 2 hits each.
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By HEATHER KEELS | May 8, 2008
HAGERSTOWN - Before entering Horizon Goodwill's job training program, Van Rexroth's job application skills were limited. "I never even knew what a résumé was," said Rexroth, 36, of Cumberland, Md. But over the course of a work experience program and a series of job readiness training sessions, Rexroth absorbed the material so eagerly that he was hired permanently by his first off-site temp position, an ad insertion job at the Cumberland...
NEWS
March 26, 2008
Make a donation of gently used clothing or household textiles to Horizon Goodwill Industries between today and April 7 and you will receive one coupon worth 20 percent off on purchases at the Bon Ton department store for each item donated. The event marks the fourth time Bon Ton and Horizon Goodwill have partnered in a donation drive for the nonprofit agency. A similar event was held last fall, and the department store chain is planning to hold another donation drive for the agency in September.
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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.
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