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June 15, 2012
Friday, June 15, 2012 PREP TRACK & FIELD GREENSBORO, N.C. - Boonsboro's Abby Duncan broke her own Washington County record in the girls 100-meter dash Friday at New Balance Nationals. Duncan placed second in her preliminary heat in the Emerging Elite division in 12.09 seconds, breaking the mark of 12.13 she ran last month to win the Maryland Class 1A state title. She finished eighth in the final in 12.39. In other Emerging Elite action, Williamsport's Evan Hardy placed ninth in the boys 2-mile run in 9:28.
NEWS
June 3, 2008
YOUTH BASEBALL American Little League Goodwill 9, Funkstown 4 Goodwill: Demetrius Edwards, Brendan Colbert 3 hits each; Dylan Churchey, Trevion Hamlin 2 hits each; Aaron Lighter 7 Ks. Clear Spring Little League Play It Again Sports 20, Cozzoli Studios 7 Play it Again: Tyler Walling 5 hits; Levi Bucher 4 hits; Bradley Colliflower 2 hits. Cozzoli Studios: Jacob Brant, J.T. Altman, Conner Greenlee 2 hits. Play It Again Sports 5, Divelbiss Excavating 0 Play It Again: Tyler Walling 2 hits, HR, 16 Ks. Clear Spring Minor League Myers Building Systems 6, Bragunier Masonry 6 Astros: Brady Clark, Garrett Embly, Eric Broadwater, Kyle Hammond, John Yeargan 2 hits each.
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February 13, 2004
"I wish I had access to Mail Call before I ever moved here because if I did, I wouldn't have moved here. Now I see what the people are like here and I see what the government isn't like. I can see now why people are so unhappy here. " "I just read the article about the task force for the rezoning. This smells really fishy, just like a lot of other things in this area. Why was this on the inside of the paper, when it should have been on the front page? The citizens of this county, should be outraged.
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by TIM ROWLAND | November 10, 2005
Commentary Warning: Shameful self-promotion to follow - do not read. Instead of peddling a new book this fall, I've decided to produce a new self-help instructional video called "Fitness Made Complicated," which is designed to make you, the viewer, conclude that getting into the best shape of your life is a lot more trouble than it's worth. I have hired an actual "fatness celebrity" who will guide you through 10 easy steps that are guaranteed to help you let yourself go and live a life that's free of that nagging obsession for exercise that comes with being healthy.
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By KERRY LYNN FRALEY | December 23, 1998
It takes a year-long effort to raise the money. But Antietam Exchange Club members say they are more than repaid every December with the joy brought to less fortunate Washington County children by the fun holiday party and presents it yields. [cont. from front page ] The club has sponsored the Christmastime event for more than 20 years, said event chairman Arthur Schneider. This year's event, held Dec. 12 at Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church on North Potomac Street, drew 81 children referred by the non-profit Exchange Club Parent-Child Center in Hagerstown, Schneider said.
NEWS
October 13, 1999
A fund-raiser for school security systems Tuesday night exceeded its $2,500 goal, according to Sam's Club Community Involvement Coordinator Lynn Bibbee. Modern Woodmen of America sponsored the event at Bingo Island, which donated proceeds from the event. Sam's Club has helped raise more than $18,000 for video cameras and recorders to be placed in all Washington County middle and high schools. On Tuesday, several principals and assistant principals volunteered at Beanie Baby and Buddy Bingo, where some 250 parents and children played games to win Beanie Babies and other prizes.
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June 15, 2012
Friday, June 15, 2012 PREP TRACK & FIELD GREENSBORO, N.C. - Boonsboro's Abby Duncan broke her own Washington County record in the girls 100-meter dash Friday at New Balance Nationals. Duncan placed second in her preliminary heat in the Emerging Elite division in 12.09 seconds, breaking the mark of 12.13 she ran last month to win the Maryland Class 1A state title. She finished eighth in the final in 12.39. In other Emerging Elite action, Williamsport's Evan Hardy placed ninth in the boys 2-mile run in 9:28.
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OBITUARIES
May 25, 2011
MAY 9, 1957-MAY 22, 2011 Lee Ann (Carey) Henson, 54, of Williamsport, passed away on Sunday, May 22, 2011, at Meritus Medical Center. Born May 9, 1957, in Hagerstown, but raised in Smithsburg, she was the daughter of Joyce (Eyler) Carey of Smithsburg and the late Robert Carey. Lee Ann was of the Methodist faith. She was a 1975 graduate of Smithsburg High School, during which time she participated in the Olympic tryouts in California for the high jump. She was a proof reader at Double Day Publishing and had also worked at Moore Business Forms and at Sam's Club.
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April 19, 2010
The sixth annual St. Patrick's Day Gala, a fundraiser for Washington County charities, took place at the Knights of Columbus Pangborn Council on March 13. Funds from the Tootsie Roll drive were donated to Maria Villa, United Cerebral Palsy and Star Community. Contributions for the Tootsie Roll drive were provided by patrons of Sam's Club and from members of the six Catholic churches in Washington County. Door prizes were provided by Bob Evans, Martin's food store on Dual Highway and Sam's Club.
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September 28, 2009
Antietam Chapter 312 of the Korean War Veterans Association has set up a scholarship fund to benefit Washington County students. The fund was made possible by an initial grant from Sam's Club, as part of its community involvement program. Antietam Chapter 312 is planning several fundraising events throughout the year to build up the scholarship fund to the point where it can offer an award to a Washington County senior in the future. Other companies or individuals interested in contributing to the scholarship fund may contact chapter Commander Wayne Winebrenner at 301-797-1030 or Les Bishop, chapter secretary, at 240-420-3755.
NEWS
August 3, 2008
Beattie-Sizemore Jeff and Chris Beattie of Williamsport, and Cristy Myers of Hagerstown announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Renee Beattie, to Bryan Keith Sizemore, son of Janie Williams of Hagerstown. Miss Beattie is a 2006 graduate of Williamsport High School. She is attending McDaniel College in Westminster, Md., where she is majoring in psychology. Mr. Sizemore is a 2006 graduate of South Hagerstown High School and an airman first class with the U.S. Air Force.
NEWS
June 22, 2008
LEGION BASEBALL MOUNT AIRY, Md. -- Cody Nelling had three hits and an RBI as Funkstown beat Mount Airy 8-4 in the second game of their Western Maryland District doubleheader Saturday. Mount Airy won the first game, 10-1. Raymond Rosario hit a two-run homer, Brandon Knight had two hits and an RBI and Steven Cromer pitched a complete game with five strikeouts in the win for Funkstown (5-4, 4-3). Jeremy Barron had two hits and drove in Funkstown's lone run in the first game.
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