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March 9, 2006
Coffman Nursing Home held its first Sweetheart Candlelight Dinner-Dance on Feb. 14. This year's King and Queen of Hearts, Joseph Divelbliss and Elizabeth Bragunier, presided over the event. They were chosen as royalty Feb. 13 at the home's annual Valentine Party. Registered dietitian Katie Vandermer and dietary supervisor Kim English planned the event. The residents' dining room was decorated with white linen tablecloths and red linen napkins, rose petals, candles, dishes and stemware.
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October 19, 2009
Fogelsonger gets additional title Judy Fogelsonger, director of nutrition services at Washington County Hospital for the past 22 years, has been named the director of environmental and linen services. She began the newly combined position, called director of support services, in February. Fogelsonger, of Shippensburg, Pa., has called on her experience as director over linen, housekeeping, and nutrition services for more than five years at Quincy Home and Village to aid her in her new role.
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By ASHLEY HARTMAN | September 23, 2007
WELSH RUN, Pa. - To live in the Welsh Run area during the middle of the 18th century was to live in a constant state of terror, said Walter Powell, executive director of the Conococheague Institute. Between 1756 and 1763, the French and the British and their Native American allies were fighting one another over who would control the expansion of North America. Therefore, settlers during that time lived in constant fear of being attacked by Native Americans. "During the French and Indian War (the Conococheague Valley)
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By ERIN CUNNINGHAM | April 25, 2008
View the slideshow BIG POOL - It was like going back to the 18th century, except with credit cards and talk of rising gas prices. Re-enactors were dressed in attire that would have been common during the French and Indian War Thursday during the first day of the 14th annual 18th Century Market Fair at Fort Frederick State Park. However, shoppers looking for period clothing, blankets, weapons and other items common in the 18th century were talking about the price of gas and paying for their purchases with credit cards.
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By BONNIE H. BRECHBILL | August 14, 2005
WELSH RUN, PA. bonnieb@herald-mail.com The view from Rock Hill Farm, just south of Welsh Run, is all mountains, trees and fields. Few signs of civilization are evident. It was the perfect setting Saturday for the Conococheague Institute's first Colonial Farm Faire. Gay Buchanan, a member of the institute, said the group wanted to plan "events rather than meetings to get people to our site. We have a lot to offer to educate people. " The Conococheague Institute is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the study of the cultural heritage and natural history of the area around Conococheague Creek.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | September 9, 2007
BOONSBORO - By the end of the 36th Boonesborough Days festival this afternoon, volunteers with Salem United Methodist Church likely will have served up 900 halves of grilled chicken basted with Wanda Heuer's "secret sauce. " "We've got people who come all the way from Rockville (Md.)," said Dennis Albert, a leading member of the cooking crew for the church's annual fundraiser. Heuer, who is president of the Boonsboro Historical Society and coordinator of Boonsboro's popular celebration, expects 10,000 people to visit Boonsboro for the event.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | September 8, 2007
BOONSBORO - By the end of the 36th Boonesborough Days festival this afternoon, volunteers with Salem United Methodist Church likely will have served up 900 halves of grilled chicken basted with Wanda Heuer's "secret sauce. " "We've got people who come all the way from Rockville (Md.)," said Dennis Albert, a leading member of the cooking crew for the church's annual fundraiser. Heuer, who is president of the Boonsboro Historical Society and coordinator of Boonsboro's popular celebration, expects 10,000 people to visit Boonsboro for the event.
NEWS
November 18, 1999
So you got an invitation to the party of the holiday season. You were just sooooo pleased! Then you arrived in sparkling finery, and everyone else was casually gathered around the fire in jeans and sneakers. Did you spill red wine on your host's new white linen sofa? Or was it hot cheese dip dripping down your chin? Was the person seated on your left the creep who broke your best friend's heart? Did the boss' wife make a pass at you? Or how about the time your beloved kitty got to the buffet table and the salmon mousse just as guests were arriving?
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April 4, 2011
FEB. 20, 1944-APRIL 3, 2011 Beverly Ann (Hutzell) Munson, 67, of Hagerstown, died Sunday, April 3, 2011, at her home after a long battle with cancer. Born Feb. 20, 1944, in Hagerstown, was the daughter of Lela M. (Legget) Hutzell of Hagerstown and the late Charles W. Hutzell. Beverly was a 1962 graduate of North Hagerstown High School. She had worked at the Washington County Hospital in the linen service department. Beverly loved spending time with her family and friends.
NEWS
April 24, 2008
BIG POOL -- It was like going back to the 18th century, except with credit cards and talk of rising gas prices. Re-enactors were dressed in attire that would have been common during the French and Indian War Thursday during the first day of the 14th annual 18th Century Market Fair at Fort Frederick State Park. However, shoppers looking for period clothing, blankets, weapons and other items common in the 18th century were talking about the price of gas and paying for their purchases with credit cards.
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April 4, 2011
FEB. 20, 1944-APRIL 3, 2011 Beverly Ann (Hutzell) Munson, 67, of Hagerstown, died Sunday, April 3, 2011, at her home after a long battle with cancer. Born Feb. 20, 1944, in Hagerstown, was the daughter of Lela M. (Legget) Hutzell of Hagerstown and the late Charles W. Hutzell. Beverly was a 1962 graduate of North Hagerstown High School. She had worked at the Washington County Hospital in the linen service department. Beverly loved spending time with her family and friends.
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NEWS
October 19, 2009
Fogelsonger gets additional title Judy Fogelsonger, director of nutrition services at Washington County Hospital for the past 22 years, has been named the director of environmental and linen services. She began the newly combined position, called director of support services, in February. Fogelsonger, of Shippensburg, Pa., has called on her experience as director over linen, housekeeping, and nutrition services for more than five years at Quincy Home and Village to aid her in her new role.
NEWS
By ERIN CUNNINGHAM | April 25, 2008
View the slideshow BIG POOL - It was like going back to the 18th century, except with credit cards and talk of rising gas prices. Re-enactors were dressed in attire that would have been common during the French and Indian War Thursday during the first day of the 14th annual 18th Century Market Fair at Fort Frederick State Park. However, shoppers looking for period clothing, blankets, weapons and other items common in the 18th century were talking about the price of gas and paying for their purchases with credit cards.
NEWS
April 24, 2008
BIG POOL -- It was like going back to the 18th century, except with credit cards and talk of rising gas prices. Re-enactors were dressed in attire that would have been common during the French and Indian War Thursday during the first day of the 14th annual 18th Century Market Fair at Fort Frederick State Park. However, shoppers looking for period clothing, blankets, weapons and other items common in the 18th century were talking about the price of gas and paying for their purchases with credit cards.
NEWS
By ASHLEY HARTMAN | September 23, 2007
WELSH RUN, Pa. - To live in the Welsh Run area during the middle of the 18th century was to live in a constant state of terror, said Walter Powell, executive director of the Conococheague Institute. Between 1756 and 1763, the French and the British and their Native American allies were fighting one another over who would control the expansion of North America. Therefore, settlers during that time lived in constant fear of being attacked by Native Americans. "During the French and Indian War (the Conococheague Valley)
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | September 9, 2007
BOONSBORO - By the end of the 36th Boonesborough Days festival this afternoon, volunteers with Salem United Methodist Church likely will have served up 900 halves of grilled chicken basted with Wanda Heuer's "secret sauce. " "We've got people who come all the way from Rockville (Md.)," said Dennis Albert, a leading member of the cooking crew for the church's annual fundraiser. Heuer, who is president of the Boonsboro Historical Society and coordinator of Boonsboro's popular celebration, expects 10,000 people to visit Boonsboro for the event.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | September 8, 2007
BOONSBORO - By the end of the 36th Boonesborough Days festival this afternoon, volunteers with Salem United Methodist Church likely will have served up 900 halves of grilled chicken basted with Wanda Heuer's "secret sauce. " "We've got people who come all the way from Rockville (Md.)," said Dennis Albert, a leading member of the cooking crew for the church's annual fundraiser. Heuer, who is president of the Boonsboro Historical Society and coordinator of Boonsboro's popular celebration, expects 10,000 people to visit Boonsboro for the event.
NEWS
March 9, 2006
Coffman Nursing Home held its first Sweetheart Candlelight Dinner-Dance on Feb. 14. This year's King and Queen of Hearts, Joseph Divelbliss and Elizabeth Bragunier, presided over the event. They were chosen as royalty Feb. 13 at the home's annual Valentine Party. Registered dietitian Katie Vandermer and dietary supervisor Kim English planned the event. The residents' dining room was decorated with white linen tablecloths and red linen napkins, rose petals, candles, dishes and stemware.
NEWS
By BONNIE H. BRECHBILL | August 14, 2005
WELSH RUN, PA. bonnieb@herald-mail.com The view from Rock Hill Farm, just south of Welsh Run, is all mountains, trees and fields. Few signs of civilization are evident. It was the perfect setting Saturday for the Conococheague Institute's first Colonial Farm Faire. Gay Buchanan, a member of the institute, said the group wanted to plan "events rather than meetings to get people to our site. We have a lot to offer to educate people. " The Conococheague Institute is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the study of the cultural heritage and natural history of the area around Conococheague Creek.
NEWS
November 7, 2004
Name of business: Upstairs Linen Closet Owner: Dosha Green Address: 672 Oak Hill Ave., second floor, Hagerstown (Business is above Bill's Other Yard Sale) Opening date: June 22 Products and services: Secondhand/vintage housewares, window treatments, linens, bath accessories and kitchen dcor. Market area: Hagerstown How did you get into your business, or what motivated you to start it? "Sprang from the used furniture store my parents own. " Previous business experience: "Seven years at my parents' used furniture store, numerous customer service jobs around Hagerstown.
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