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June 14, 2004
Today 8 a.m. - Breakfast at Roy Rogers Noon - Lunch at Dual Highway Motors 1 p.m. - Rehearsal at City Ballet School 4:15 p.m. - Dinner at Texas Roadhouse 6:15 p.m. - Contestants meet with Miss Maryland 2003, music rehearsal and schedule review 6:30 p.m. - Contestants attend Hagerstown Suns game at Municipal Stadium Tuesday 9:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - General rehearsal at City Ballet School Noon -...
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by KATE S. ALEXANDER | December 10, 2006
CHAMBERSBURG, PA. - Sitting on a tall wooden chair, the custom-made red suit jiggled under his hands as he practiced a hearty laugh, "Ho, ho, ho. " Waiting for more children to arrive Saturday morning at Red Lobster for the Chambersburg Toy Mission's annual Breakfast with Santa, the novice Santa's feet dangled excitedly from the chair. "Where are your reindeer today?" a passer-by asked him. Puzzled by the question, 4-year-old David Sandell adjusted his red hat and replied simply, "I don't have any reindeer, just a rocking horse.
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by KAREN HANNA | January 1, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - Whether it's the bleary vision, the pounding headache or the sick feeling of dryness in your mouth, the immediate future might call for a few over-the-counter painkillers. At least you've made it this far. Hours before the first party of 2007, bartenders and fans enjoying football games Sunday offered a variety of hangover remedies - from pickle juice to sports drinks - for people suffering from too much New Year's Eve revelry. "Slam a beer, that's it. That's pretty much the rule of thumb, man," said Chris Francisco, who puts the "C" in C & J's Roadhouse Grill.
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By LAURA ERNDE | April 30, 2000
Sarah Barnhart wasn't sure she was going to finish the 8-mile March of Dimes walk Sunday. Five months pregnant, the Greencastle, Pa., woman had to stop and rest several times along the way. cont. from front page "I made it," Barnhart said from the finish point at Long Meadow Shopping Center in Hagerstown. Barnhart and fellow Red Lobster waitresses were among 300 people who participated in the annual fund-raiser coordinated by the Jaycees of Hagerstown. Barnhart, 20, said she walked to support her baby and other babies who benefit from the charity's programs aimed at preventing birth defects.
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May 1, 2010
Name of business: Mason-Dixon BBQ Services Owner: Eric Forrester Address: 1542 Buchanan Trail East, Greencastle, Pa. Opening date: Retail store opened April 3 Products and services: "Mason-Dixon sells a full line of commercial charcoal and LP gas hog roasters, chicken roasters, barrel smokers, grills, LP gas portable fryers and portable sinks. We also rent these units out for use at large events - family reunions, church events, street fairs, fundraisers, etc. "Mason-Dixon also is involved in Kansas City Barbeque Society competitions and carries sauces and rubs created and used by competition teams on the KCBS barbecue circuit - stuff that can't be found in supermarkets.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | matthew.umstead@herald-mail.com | August 17, 2012
The Olive Garden restaurant under construction along Foxcroft Avenue in Martinsburg is scheduled to open in late November, a company spokesperson said Friday. The restaurant will be 7,659 square feet with seating for as many as 246 guests and will feature a design that is inspired by traditional farmhouses found in Tuscany, Italy, said Tara Gray, who manages media and communications for Darden Restaurants Inc. Next to the Martin's Food Market, the restaurant at 891 Foxcroft Ave. is being built on a 1.47-acre parcel.
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January 31, 2008
Thanks so much for supporting our troops To the editor: Lantern Post 729, 29th Division Association, Cascade, Md., would like to take this opportunity to thank the Sheetz organization, especially the one in Rouzerville, Pa., for the donation of International Calling Cards to be distributed to members and families of the armed forces, especially the 29th Division members serving on active duty. Again, thanks for your support of our organization and all members of the armed forces.
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by GREGORY T. SIMMONS | October 23, 2004
gregs@herald-mail.com Madeleine Snyder and her sister-in-law, Wanda Cunningham, had just begun their weekend shopping expedition Friday afternoon. "It's kind of a girls weekend. ... No guys," said Snyder, 49, with bags already piling at her feet on a bench at Prime Outlets. "Believe it or not, I'm not really a shopper," Snyder said. The two live about a half-hour from Charlottesville, Va., but this is their third trip to Hagerstown, which is 21/2 hours away.
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by MARIE GILBERT | September 12, 2005
marieg@herald-mail.com HAGERSTOWN - John McKintock entered the ballroom of the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center ready to indulge in the ultimate food fest. "I came hungry," the Hagerstown resident said Sunday evening. "So I plan on doing a lot of eating. " McKintock was among 550 people who attended Taste of the Town, an annual fundraiser which this year benefited REACH, Religious Effort to Assist and Care for the Homeless. "This is very exciting for us," said Terri Baker, executive director for REACH.
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by JULIE E. GREENE | September 7, 2005
julieg@herald-mail.com The Taste of the Town's baton has been passed from Hospice of Washington County Inc. to REACH. While the beneficiary has changed, there still will be a variety of yummy cuisine to sample while helping a good cause. The Taste of the Town and Benefit Auction is at 5 p.m. Sunday in the grand ballroom at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center at Antietam Creek on Dual Highway. Fountain Head Country Club, Dimensions, Burhans Station, Hickory Corner, Square Cup, Ryan's, Maugansville Creamery, Port City Java, Red Lobster and Good Humor-Breyer's Ice Cream Inc. were among the restaurants, caterers and businesses scheduled to provide food, though some changes could occur, says Brent Houck, managing partner with Three Marketiers in Hagerstown and coordinator for Taste of the Town.
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