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June 12, 2008
ADULT SOFTBALL Hagerstown Area Church Softball League Life House 24, New Day 12 St. James 24, Otterbein 9 Life House 26, Otterbein 14
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August 13, 2004
ADULT SOFTBALL Hagerstown Area Church League A Division Five Forks 11-4; St. James 11-5; Tri-State 10-5; Virginia Avenue 10-5; Hagerstown Bible 8-8. B Division Valley 14-0; Otterbein 9-6; Grace 8-7; New Life 5-8; Smithsburg Valley 4-10. C Division Nazarene 5-11; Ringgold 3-11; Otterbein, Pa. 2-11; Christ Lutheran 2-14. D Division Bethel 10-3; West End 9-3; Life House 8-7; Crossroads Tan 6-10. E Division St. Joseph's 11-5; Concordia 7-5; St. Mark's 8-8; Covenant Life 4-8; Crossroads Green 1-12.
NEWS
August 18, 1998
Hagerstown Church Softball League Grace 12, Otterbein 10: Mike Mowen hit two home runs, including a grand slam, to lead Grace. Brian Allen and Blake Gelwicks each had three hits for the winners. John Pickett had a home run for Otterbein. Christ Reformed/St. James 23, Gateway 11: Lloyd Kelly had three home runs and Warren Sauble was 6-for-6 with two triples for Christ Reformed/St. James. Frank Yost added a three run homer for Gateway. Maranatha/Va. Ave. Church of God 26, Chewsville 19: Ray Scadden, Zore Cline and Brian Smith had four hits to lead Maranatha/Va.
NEWS
July 3, 2004
YOUTH LEAGUES Charles Cvijanovich's triple with the bases loaded in the top of the sixth inning gave the Federal Little League 9-10 All-Stars the lead for good in a 9-7 victory over Oakland in the District 1 losers' bracket final on Friday. Kris Burdick had three hits for Federal, which will face Halfway today at 4 p.m. Federal must defeat Halfway twice to claim the District 1 title. Zach Knotts, Ryan Bennett, Wyatt McBee, Shane Peck and Mike Skipper had two hits each for Oakland.
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By KAREN MAWDSLEY | kmawdsley@schurz.com | June 28, 2013
Otterbein United Methodist Church member Gary Wright was aware of the good works another congregation performed with its emergency response trailer and wanted his church to pursue a similar program. Little did he know that within half a year and at less than $100 cost to his church's council, his $12,000 project of assembling a trailer would become a reality. “You make the thing and hope that you never have to use it,” Wright, 61, of Hagerstown, said Monday. The Rev. Stephen Robison, Otterbein's pastor, said Wright “spearheaded a task force to look at the trailer and equipment cost and offering training.” Wright found inspiration in his brother, Cliff Wright, who served as a member of an emergency response team from Mount Nebo United Methodist Church in Boonsboro.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | August 17, 2011
A new Otterbein Church planned for construction on Welty Road remains in limbo as church and municipal officials debate the scope of a traffic-impact study. Pastor Mike Newman addressed the Waynesboro Borough Council on Wednesday regarding a traffic study required by the council. Newman said he's concerned about the borough asking how traffic from the development will impact the road's integrity. Newman said he's worried the borough council wants that information to require the church to rebuild Welty Road.
NEWS
April 13, 2011
Otterbein United Methodist Church in Hagerstown is sponsoring its seventh annual bicycle collection in conjunction with Bikes for the World. Hagerstown Rotary Club is also providing assistance in the collection efforts. Collecting bicycles and portable sewing machines to send to those in need in an underdeveloped country, this effort also reduces waste in the United States. A bike that you no longer use helps someone in an underdeveloped country get to work or school, and a working, portable sewing machine provides an opportunity for income and self-sufficiency.
NEWS
July 10, 2009
BASEBALL MELBOURNE, Fla. -- Martinsburg (W.Va.) graduate Brandon King made his professional baseball debut on Thursday in the Florida Gulf Coast League. King, who signed with the Washington Nationals, started and went the first two innings in a 7-4 Nationals win over the GCL Cardinals. The right-hander allowed two hits, struck out five and walked none. COLLEGE BASKETBALL Thornton to play at Fairmont MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- Isaac Thornton, The Herald-Mail's 2008-09 Boys Basketball Player of the Year who led Martinsburg to the West Virginia Class AAA state title this year, has accepted a full scholarship to play basketball at Fairmont State University.
NEWS
January 28, 2009
YOUTH VOLLEYBALL Monument City Classic The Tri-State Athletes in Action Volleyball Club kicked off its 2009 season at the Monument City Classic in Richmond, Va. The 13U Spirit finished 16th with an overall record of 5-3. The Spirit were led by Cindy Poling (26 aces, 25 kills, 12 digs), Shelby Griffith (44 aces, 10 digs), Erica Feigley (31 kills, 12 aces) and Danielle King (12 kills).  The 15U Halos finished 12th with a 7-12 record. The Halos were led by Alyssa Brandt (33 kills, 17 aces)
NEWS
July 23, 2008
JUNIOR GOLF Yingling's Qualifier #5 (Par 54) Haeun Lee 57 Adam Lipella 64 Austin Patten 66 Tyler Brown 67 Jordan Wivell 68 Scot Drury 69 Shane Fritts 69 Bo Phillips 70 Isaac O'Brien 72 Marcus Peterson 72 Jason Moody 73 Matt Deal 73 Luke Shindle 73 Brock Heiston 75 Brian Shoop 75 Adam Eichelberger 80 Tyler Strickland 89 Gabrielle McDermitt 94...
NEWS
February 17, 2007
The annual Grace, Graze and Grow Lenten program at Otterbein United Methodist Church in Hagerstown begins Feb. 20, continuing each Tuesday through March 27. Activities begin at 6 p.m. in Fellowship Hall for offering of grace and a light meal. Course selections for adults include Yearning to Be One: Spiritual Dialogue between Catholics and United Methodists; The Rich Single Life and Fundamentals of Inspirational Caregiving, led by Dawn Johns. An additional option this year is a daytime group study of The Will of God. Dates for this class are Feb. 22, March 8 and 22 and April 12 and 26, at 10:30 a.m. Classes are offered for children.
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