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December 18, 2002
"I would like all the parents and grandparents who don't already have this tradition in their family to begin a new tradition. Read 'The Christmas Story' to your children. They will remember it forever. The fact that you took the time to sit down with them and read to them. Just remember when you read, you learn and when you learn, you improve your mind, your soul and you bond with the person you are reading to. " "I love Christmas, but this year I will be glad when it is over.
March 16, 1999
Snow angels Editor's note - During Sunday's snowstorm there were many random acts of kindness performed in the Hagerstown area and The Daily Mail would like to salute these people in Mail Call. If you would like to thank someone for helping you, just call Mail Call and leave a recorded message. Please be as brief as possible when calling Mail Call, The Daily Mail's reader call-in line. Mail Call is not staffed on weekends or holidays so it is best to call Mail Call weekdays at 301-791-6236.
January 25, 2011
"I would like to say I think it's time that we realize that when somebody shoots somebody, their way out is pleading insanity. I'm saying, if they're 100 percent guilty, take them out and give them the death penalty. We feed these people three days, three meals a day. " — Hagerstown "I wanted to know if anybody out there can give me any advice on people making comments that aren't true about somebody, and making threats to harm people. I was wondering if there was anything I could get for them, like for slander of the person's name or something.
February 1, 2011
"I am so blessed to have a snow angel, Tim, on Halifax Drive. Miraculously, he appears with every snow. " — Hagerstown "On Thursday, Jan. 27 at 11 a.m., my husband, who's in his 70s, had to shovel out our long driveway on Route 67, which is Rohrersville Road, to get to work. When he was halfway done, a white Chevy pulled over and a young guy 21 years old got out with a shovel and helped him finish, and even cleaned out around our mailboxes. We didn't get his name, but he was not only a snow angel, he was a blessing to us. His kindness was overwhelming, and we want to God bless him. Thank you. " — Boonsboro "I'd like to thank my snow angel, who is a neighbor.
December 20, 2010
In anticipation of the season's inclement weather, Hagerstown is again offering the Neighbors Helping Neighbors Snow Angels Program for eligible residents. The program is designed to assist homeowners in maintaining clear public walkways as required by the City Code. Under the program, the city arranges for the exchange of contact information, matching volunteers with individuals who need of help in keeping their sidewalks clear. The Snow Angels program is designed to aid city homeowners who have no resources available to them to keep sidewalks open after a snowfall.
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