September 7, 2004
firstname.lastname@example.org WASHINGTON COUNTY - Washington County might not buy Charmin, but for a government that tears through 48,000 rolls of toilet paper a year, the price fits the budget. The county will spend $11,125 this fiscal year on toilet paper, which is enough to buy 500 cases. At 96 rolls per case and 1,000 sheets per roll, that's 48 million sheets of one-ply toilet paper the county estimates it will use in a year. The county typically buys some items in bulk to save money, such as paper towels, copier paper and other daily supplies.
September 22, 2006
REACH Cold Weather Shelter will invites volunteers to clean from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 23, at the shelter, 140 W. Franklin St., Suite 300, Hagerstown. The shelter is also collecting items such as ground coffee, paper napkins, toilet paper, paper towels, deodorant, razors, foot powder, disinfectant spray, tissues, pillows, liquid dish soap, suitcases, duffel bags, backpacks and other items. For a complete list of items, call 301-733-2371 or e-mail email@example.com .
February 15, 2008
The REACH cold weather shelter is in need of the following items: · Creamer shakers · Paper towels · Toilet paper · Powdered milk · Liquid laundry detergent · Powdered drink mix · Napkins · Comet/Clorox Spray Items can be dropped off between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the REACH Office, Aspiring to Serve Building, 140 W. Franklin St., Suite 300, Hagers-town (rear entrance next...
May 25, 2012
Bountiful Blessings, a nonprofit organization helping need-based working-poor families, has a new location inside Benevola United Methodist Church, 19925 Benevola Church Road, Boonsboro. Bountiful Blessings offers a variety of nonfood items, such as shampoo, bath soap, bath tissue, paper towels, toothpaste and cleaning items. The site is open from 4 to 6 p.m. the second and and fourth Tuesdays of the month. Families must show a photo ID with a complete current addres. Families that receive from the Bountiful Blessings program are required to give volunteer time.
October 7, 2008
Here's a fun idea to add your own style to your shoes. For this project you will need: o Canvas shoes o A few Sharpies or something else to customize with ( I used Sharpies, but you can just as easily use paint) o Some paper towels or something to set your shoes on Â First, take your canvas shoes and set them on paper towels to keep your floor or table from getting messy. Next, jot down on a piece of paper some ideas of what you would want to draw or paint on your shoes.
May 2, 2001
Inspection uncovers problems at Jefferson High School By DAVE McMILLION / Staff Writer, Charles Town For the second year in a row, a health department inspection at Jefferson High School has uncovered a list of problems including lack of soap, paper towels and toilet paper in student bathrooms, and cigarette smoke in the bathrooms that is "thick as fog. " Randy DeHaven, administrator of the Jefferson County Health Department, said...
August 10, 1999
It's certainly summer. Time to spread out the newspaper, grab the paper towels, roll up your sleeves and eat crabs. It requires a little effort, but the rewards are amazing. But what's that yellow stuff? Should you eat it? [cont. from lifestyle ] It's fat, and it can be eaten, according to Beach-Net, an online guide to the Delaware-Maryland-Virginia shore resorts. Beach-Net at www.beach-net.com , also has a step-by-step guide about how to eat crabs: First, snap off the two large claws at the body.
October 29, 2012
Some stores in Washington County were fast running out of essential bad-weather supplies such as generators and flashlights Monday, but grocery store shelves for the most part held what people were seeking. After a hectic weekend of grocery shopping in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, the rush appeared to slow down at some area grocery stores Monday. The Martin's grocery store on Wesel Boulevard had bottles of water, bread, batteries, ice packs, paper towels, toilet paper and milk all in stock, but it was running low on water, paper towels and toilet paper.
December 29, 1999
By DAN KULIN / Staff Writer photo: JOE CROCETTA / staff photographer With 2000 only days away, bottled water, canned goods and paper products were in high demand around Hagerstown Wednesday. cont. from front page While some grocery shoppers were at markets on regular shopping trips, others were taking care of some last minute Y2K preparations. "People are buying water like crazy," Rick McTighe, a manager at the Sam's Club in Hagerstown, said.