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May 15, 2010
A group of retired and former Chemical Leaman Tank Lines Inc. drivers, owner operators and mechanics met for lunch April 17 at the Western Sizzlin' restaurant in Halfway. In attendance were Norman Vickery, Joe Sours, Leroy "Buck" Renner and friend, Sharon, Bob Davis and wife, Doris, Rodger Lohman and wife, Shelva, Gerry Rubeck and wife, Emily, Fred Detrow, Charles "Sonny" Weddle and wife, Shelby, Al Lane and friend, Barbara Moats, Raymond Bingaman, Chester Masser and wife, Cathy, Joe Robosson and wife, Dorothy, daughter, Melissa, and granddaughter, Paige.
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Kristy Smith | Around Boonsboro | February 28, 2011
If you are a senior looking for a healthy lunch and some companionship, the Keedysville senior site invites you to lunch. Meals are offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday for a suggested price of $5.25.  Financial assistance is available. A two-day notice is required. In addition to lunch, the site offers lectures, exercise classes and other activities. For more information, call Marsha at 301-432-5624. Music students Several gifted musicians from Boonsboro Middle School participated in the All County Band event Feb. 5 under the direction of Jeff Brodie.
EDUCATION
April 21, 2013
On April 9, the middle and high school students at Broadfording Christian Academy were treated to an international lunch. Students had the option of trying several foods that are commonly prepared and eaten in the Chinese and South Korean cultures. The luncheon was part of the ongoing international student exchange program at the school.
NEWS
August 17, 2010
SCORE's Small Business Roundtable will be held Thursday at noon at The Landing Restaurant and Pub, 710 Dual Highway in Hagerstown. It is an opportunity for small-business owners and/or operators to gather for networking and sharing ideas. The event is free and lunch may be purchased. For more information and to register, call 301-766-2043 (leave name, plus e-mail address or telephone number).
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By LYNN LITTLE | September 15, 2010
Make your lunchtime "special" by brown bagging your midday meal. A packed lunch can be a great way to trim your waist and your budget. Restaurant meals are usually large portions and lots of calories that can really pack on the extra pounds. Plus, they can easily cost $10 or more. Over the course of a month, the extra calories and dollars really add up. How do you make the lunch you pack at home just as exciting as a restaurant meal? First, stay away from the same dull sandwich.
NEWS
November 24, 2009
The City of Hagerstown will host Lunch with Santa at 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, at the Gourmet Goat, 41 N. Potomac St. The event is being held during the City Center Holiday Showcase. The event consists of a visit and photo with Santa, a meal and a hayride throughout the City Center of Hagerstown. Cost is $10 for adults and $6 for children. Reservations are required, and spaces are limited. To make a reservation, call 301-739-8577, ext. 183.
NEWS
April 19, 2011
Hagerstown Community College students will help prepare and serve a Good Friday lunch at the Salvation Army's Feeding Program at 541 George St. on Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Maj. Robert Lyle said. The Western Enterprise Women's Auxiliary is donating ham for the event, and students from Daniel Madron's sociology class will help prepare and serve the lunch, Lyle said. The lunch is open to the community for those who are in need, he said.
NEWS
By ERIN CUNNINGHAM | November 30, 1999
HAGERSTOWN ? Three South Hagerstown High School students were taken to the hospital Monday and three others were charged with criminal offenses after chemicals were put on a student's lunch. School officials learned about 1 p.m. Monday that diluted hydrochloric acid was put on a student's lunch at South Hagerstown High, according to Washington County Public Schools spokesman Will Kauffman. The chemical mixture was taken from a chemistry classroom at the school, he said. Three students who ate some of the contaminated food were taken by ambulance to Washington County Hospital.
NEWS
February 11, 2013
During each Wednesday in Lent, Christ's Reformed Church will offer a short midday lunch and service in its auditorium from 12:15 to 1 p.m. Attendees will share a light lunch, then hear lessons from pastor and author Tim Keller from his DVD series, “The Gospel in Life.”  The topics will be: Wednesday - “Heart: Three Ways to Live” Wednesday, Feb. 20 - “Idolatry: the Sin Beneath the Sin” Wednesday, Feb. 27 - “Community: the...
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Lynn Little | August 20, 2013
Packing a lunch can save money, but that's not the only reason to do it. Involving your children in the process can help them learn about food, food safety, nutrition, health and basic kitchen skills.  Make packing lunch fun. Set aside “let's do lunch” family or one-on-one time. If time is typically tight in the morning, partially prepare lunch the night before. Plan a sandwich-making session on Sunday evening, wrap in plastic wrap, then in aluminum foil, freezer paper or bag and freeze a sandwich for each day of the week.  Sandwiches made with peanut butter, cream cheese, processed cheese, luncheon meats or salad mixtures such as tuna, chicken or ham prepared with a small amount of mayonnaise freeze well and can be frozen for one to two weeks.  Freezing will help protect a sandwich, food safety-wise.
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Scott Anderson | Culinary Passion | July 5, 2013
After spending the better part of two weeks working with many of the wonderful cooks from across Washington County for grades kindergarten through 12th grade, I wanted to create a delicious recipe as tribute to their determination to get back to scratch cooking.  They rise early and hit the kitchens running to work hard to feed students delicious, nutritious meals with limited time and funding. They are not simply lunch ladies, but true culinary professionals that go the distance to safely feed our kids.  My chef hat is off to everyone that took part in the Cook Smart program and I thank you for your time, talents and perseverance when I forced you to put down your paring knives and pick up your chef knives.
NEWS
May 19, 2013
Craig to make June 3 announcement For months, speculation has been rife that Republican David R. Craig, the Harford County executive, would make a run for governor in 2014. Supporters will have to wait until June 3 to find out, said Josh Wolf, political director for Craig. Wolf said Craig will make an announcement at his house that day. That's the same day Craig is scheduled to be in Hagerstown “for an important discussion regarding the future of Maryland.” The Hagerstown event will take place at 7 p.m. at Bulls & Bears restaurant at 38 S. Potomac St. in downtown Hagerstown.
LIFESTYLE
April 27, 2013
Memory Cafe Lunch will be held at noon Thursday, May 23, at Always Rons, 29 N. Burhans Blvd., Hagerstown. Memory Cafe is a safe and relaxed place where people with dementia, their families and friends, and health and social care professionals come together for a unique blend of education and support. It is a forum where people can share experiences and talk about dementia. Anyone affected by dementia is welcome to attend. Memory Cafe Lunch meets once a month at varying locations.
EDUCATION
April 21, 2013
On April 9, the middle and high school students at Broadfording Christian Academy were treated to an international lunch. Students had the option of trying several foods that are commonly prepared and eaten in the Chinese and South Korean cultures. The luncheon was part of the ongoing international student exchange program at the school.
NEWS
By CALEB CALHOUN | caleb.calhoun@herald-mail.com | April 17, 2013
Smithsburg Emergency Medical Service provided lunch to the staff at the Washington County 911 Center as a token of appreciation for National Public Safety Telecommunications Week on Wednesday, but workers had no time to relax. Dispatchers grabbed food, went back to their desks and continued working as they ate. Washington County Emergency Communications Center Assistant Supervisor Tina Bowers described a lunch in the call center room as “one of the best things” the staff could get. “There are a lot of times during the day we get busy, and people don't even have time to step out and go to the bathroom, much less eat,” Bowers said.
EDUCATION
February 21, 2013
Hagerstown Mayor David S. Gysberts joined Lori Balog's fifth-grade students at St. Mary Catholic School for lunch Feb. 12. After lunch, fifth-graders Sofia Corsi and Del Carden gave Gysberts a tour of St. Mary School and presented him with a thank-you banner, made by their class, to thank the city of Hagerstown for all they do. They also gave the mayor a bag of mementoes from the Hagerstown school. 
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Susie Hoffman | Around Funkstown | February 18, 2013
The South Hagerstown High School Alumni Association will award three scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each to this year's graduating class.  Students can pick up applications in the cafeteria Wednesday and Thursday during lunch period. Alumni representatives will be on hand to answer questions. Bargain sale The Women's Club, at 31 S. Prospect St., will hold its spring bargain sale Friday, March 1, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Saturday, March 2, from 9 a.m. to noon.
LIFESTYLE
February 14, 2013
A surprise 50th anniversary celebration was held for Susan and Dick Lohman on Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013, at the Hagerstown Church of the Nazarene with family and friends in attendance. The Lohmans were married on Dec. 29, 1962, at Zion Reformed United Church of Christ in Hagerstown by the Rev. Arthur Grove. The celebration lunch was hosted by their family, Brenda Lohman, Rich Lohman and his wife, Debbie, and grandchildren, Randy and Bethany. The Lohmans also celebrated their anniversary with a vacation in Myrtle Beach, S.C., with the entire family.
NEWS
February 11, 2013
During each Wednesday in Lent, Christ's Reformed Church will offer a short midday lunch and service in its auditorium from 12:15 to 1 p.m. Attendees will share a light lunch, then hear lessons from pastor and author Tim Keller from his DVD series, “The Gospel in Life.”  The topics will be: Wednesday - “Heart: Three Ways to Live” Wednesday, Feb. 20 - “Idolatry: the Sin Beneath the Sin” Wednesday, Feb. 27 - “Community: the...
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