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EDUCATION
April 25, 2011
Antietam Bible College, Biblical Seminary and Graduate School, at 15 High St. in Hagerstown, is holding registration for the summer session, which begins June 6, and the fall semester, which begins Aug. 15. To register, go to www.antietambiblecollege.org or call the college office at 301-797-0988.
EDUCATION
March 28, 2012
Antietam Bible College, Biblical Seminary and Graduate School, at 15 High St. in Hagerstown, is holding registration for its summer session, which begins June 4 and the fall semester, which begins Aug. 20. To register, call 301-797-0988 or go to www.antietambiblecollege.org.
NEWS
August 29, 2009
DAPHNE, Ala. - The United States Sports Academy has announced the graduation of Andrea Parry of Hagerstown. Andrea graduated in July, earning a master of sport science in sports medicine. HUNTINGTON, Ind. - Adam Michael Lane of Clear Spring graduated from Huntington University in July. Lane earned a bachelor of science degree in worship leadership. He is a Clear Spring High School graduate. He is the son of Larry and Charlene Lane of Clear Spring. CUMBERLAND, Md. - Chad M. Norris of Hagerstown has been named to the dean's list for the summer session at Allegany College of Maryland.
NEWS
August 21, 2000
HBC delays classes By SCOTT BUTKI / Staff Writer Classes at Hagerstown Business College will resume later than usual this fall so the school can prepare for a projected increase in enrollment, which will reach its highest level yet, President Christopher Motz said Monday. The extra time is needed to prepare more classrooms, he said. Classes will start Sept. 25 for the full 15-week trimester, which will conclude in January after a holiday break. Initially, classes were to start Sept.
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By CATHERINE SUDUE | July 8, 2007
For more information about swimming programs at the Hagerstown YMCA, go to www.ymcahagerstown.org. By CATHERINE SUDUE catherine.sudue@herald-mail.com Sitting at the desk in her YMCA office, Karen Meinelschmidt, who teaches swimming lessons, recalled a telephone conversation she had in October. A mother described how her 4-year-old son rescued himself when he fell into their backyard swimming pool while trying to get his toy boat. "When I heard that story, that made it all worthwhile," Meinelschmidt said.
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By CATHERINE SUDUE | July 9, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - Sitting at the desk in her YMCA office, Karen Meinelschmidt, who teaches swimming lessons, recalled a telephone conversation she had in October. A mother described how her 4-year-old son rescued himself when he fell into their backyard swimming pool while trying to get his toy boat. "When I heard that story, that made it all worthwhile," Meinelschmidt said. Meinelschmidt, the aquatics director at the YMCA in Hagerstown, has been teaching parent-to-child swimming classes for 40 years.
NEWS
By JESS WEST, 301-988-0435 | April 29, 2009
Recycling project Winter Street Elementary School students collected phone books to learn about recycling. The school collected 280 books, with Ms. Bowers' class leading the way with 198. Mrs. Stevens' class followed with 54 collected. Yard sale The fourth-grade class at Winter Street Elementary School is reaching out to the community as the class prepares for a trip to Annapolis. A yard sale will be Saturday from 7 a.m. to noon. You can support the class by reserving a table for $10. All proceeds from rentals will benefit the class trip.
NEWS
April 29, 2005
Teen childbirth, parenting classes FREDERICK, Md. - Families Plus! will offer Teen Childbirth and Parenting Classes from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays, May 4 through 25, at Family Partnership, 7630-B Hayward Road. There is no charge. Families Plus! provides a free, four-week series of childbirth and parenting classes for pregnant teenagers and their partners. The series is repeated every other month. To register or for information, call 1-301-631-3326. Safety fun day in Williamsport WILLIAMSPORT - Williamsport Neighborhood Watch Group and The Town of Williamsport will host a safety fun day from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at Byron Memorial Park.
NEWS
by CAILIN MCGOUGH | June 18, 2002
cailinm@herald-mail.com With most students not due back until fall, area colleges and universities are catering to a different crowd, offering to rent facilities to local and regional groups for camps and conferences this summer. Kathy Lehman, director of conferences and special events at Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pa., said the college supplements its smaller summer session by renting out facilities to mainly nonprofit groups from mid-June to mid-August. Over the summer, 25 groups will fill every available week, Lehman said.
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EDUCATION
March 28, 2012
Antietam Bible College, Biblical Seminary and Graduate School, at 15 High St. in Hagerstown, is holding registration for its summer session, which begins June 4 and the fall semester, which begins Aug. 20. To register, call 301-797-0988 or go to www.antietambiblecollege.org.
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NEWS
May 18, 2011
Antietam Bible College, Biblical Seminary and Graduate School, at 15 High St. in Hagerstown, has announced registration for the summer session which begins on June 6 and the fall semester which begins on Aug. 15. The college is approved by the Association of Christian Schools International to offer course work leading to continuing education units for ACSI certification in the areas of educational and Biblical studies. For more information and to register, go to www.antietambiblecollege.org or call the college office at 301-797-0988.
NEWS
By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | alnotarianni@aol.com | May 14, 2011
Since she was a little girl, Rhonda Kendall's grandmother told her that she would make a great nurse. By the time she was 15, hopes for that dream seemed to be dashed. Just a ninth-grader, Kendall became pregnant, dropped out of school and had a baby. But even then, her strong spirit was evident. Kendall went to night school and earned her GED at 16. "I was determined," said Kendall, now 31, of Hagerstown. "I wanted to finish what I'd started. " Then once again, her tide turned away from education.
NEWS
August 29, 2009
DAPHNE, Ala. - The United States Sports Academy has announced the graduation of Andrea Parry of Hagerstown. Andrea graduated in July, earning a master of sport science in sports medicine. HUNTINGTON, Ind. - Adam Michael Lane of Clear Spring graduated from Huntington University in July. Lane earned a bachelor of science degree in worship leadership. He is a Clear Spring High School graduate. He is the son of Larry and Charlene Lane of Clear Spring. CUMBERLAND, Md. - Chad M. Norris of Hagerstown has been named to the dean's list for the summer session at Allegany College of Maryland.
NEWS
By JESS WEST, 301-988-0435 | April 29, 2009
Recycling project Winter Street Elementary School students collected phone books to learn about recycling. The school collected 280 books, with Ms. Bowers' class leading the way with 198. Mrs. Stevens' class followed with 54 collected. Yard sale The fourth-grade class at Winter Street Elementary School is reaching out to the community as the class prepares for a trip to Annapolis. A yard sale will be Saturday from 7 a.m. to noon. You can support the class by reserving a table for $10. All proceeds from rentals will benefit the class trip.
NEWS
By CATHERINE SUDUE | July 9, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - Sitting at the desk in her YMCA office, Karen Meinelschmidt, who teaches swimming lessons, recalled a telephone conversation she had in October. A mother described how her 4-year-old son rescued himself when he fell into their backyard swimming pool while trying to get his toy boat. "When I heard that story, that made it all worthwhile," Meinelschmidt said. Meinelschmidt, the aquatics director at the YMCA in Hagerstown, has been teaching parent-to-child swimming classes for 40 years.
NEWS
By CATHERINE SUDUE | July 8, 2007
For more information about swimming programs at the Hagerstown YMCA, go to www.ymcahagerstown.org. By CATHERINE SUDUE catherine.sudue@herald-mail.com Sitting at the desk in her YMCA office, Karen Meinelschmidt, who teaches swimming lessons, recalled a telephone conversation she had in October. A mother described how her 4-year-old son rescued himself when he fell into their backyard swimming pool while trying to get his toy boat. "When I heard that story, that made it all worthwhile," Meinelschmidt said.
NEWS
by ERIN CUNNINGHAM | April 11, 2007
WASHINGTON COUNTY - More Washington County Public Schools students are expected to enroll in summer school this year. Officials are inviting more students and touting a beefed-up program as a reason more will want to attend. "(This is really) summer school on steroids, compared to the past," Washington County Board of Education Member Bernadette Wagner said. About 370 incoming first-, second- and third-grade students will be able to enroll in summer school, said Jill Burkhart, acting director of elementary education.
NEWS
April 29, 2005
Teen childbirth, parenting classes FREDERICK, Md. - Families Plus! will offer Teen Childbirth and Parenting Classes from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays, May 4 through 25, at Family Partnership, 7630-B Hayward Road. There is no charge. Families Plus! provides a free, four-week series of childbirth and parenting classes for pregnant teenagers and their partners. The series is repeated every other month. To register or for information, call 1-301-631-3326. Safety fun day in Williamsport WILLIAMSPORT - Williamsport Neighborhood Watch Group and The Town of Williamsport will host a safety fun day from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at Byron Memorial Park.
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