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NEWS
November 2, 1999
By The Associated Press Tailgate parties are as cheery a part of football as the point after touchdown. They can be beer-swilling barbecue feasts with fans in complete regalia and painted faces. Or they can be refined affairs featuring prepared meals served on the best china, with linen napkins and wine goblets. cont. from lifestyle Here's a suggestion from the Culinary Institute of America: a simple make-ahead menu for a cool-weather picnic to serve from your tailgate.
NEWS
September 29, 2005
The South Hagerstown High School Class of 1963 will have a "Tailgate Party" on Friday, Oct. 7, at 5 p.m. at Doub's Woods Park behind South High, prior to the homecoming football game against Clear Spring. This event is open to members of the Class of '63 and their guests. Steamers, baked beans and drinks will be provided. Tickets for the game will be available. Classmates are encouraged to bring a covered dish, salad or dessert. For those bringing a covered dish, the cost is $2; for all others, the cost is $5. Tickets to the game cost $4. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. After the game, classmates and their guests are invited to the Funkstown American Legion.
NEWS
November 9, 2005
Members of the South Hagerstown High School class of 1963, their spouses and guests are invited to a pregame tailgate party Friday at 5 p.m. at Doub's Woods Park. There will be steamers, homemade vegetable soup, and hot and cold drinks. Those attending the tailgate party are asked to bring a chair, $2 and a covered dish; or bring $5 if not bringing a covered dish. Game time for the North Hagerstown-South Hagerstown game is 7 p.m. Tickets to the game will be available for $5.
NEWS
October 7, 1997
Preparing appetizers for a tailgate party is as easy as a "quarterback snap" with an attractive platter of cheeses. Allow about 4 to 6 ounces per person, and select a variety of three to four cheeses with different textures and flavors: A hard cheese such as cheddar, baby Swiss or havarti, cubed A soft, ripened cheese such as baby brie or camembert A soft, spreadable cheese Surround the cheese tray with a variety of crackers, crusty...
NEWS
October 7, 1997
Tailgate touchdown Score big with your pregame spread It's fall, and football season is here! You can score a tailgate party touchdown with recipes created especially for game day. To kick off your party, plan easy appetizers like a tray of assorted cheeses that includes a soft, spreadable cheese. It's ideal for crackers, chips, veggies and fruit. Use it to make a variety of "game day" party treats. For the main dish, try Kickoff Kabobs with Red Zone Dipping Sauce.
NEWS
November 10, 2006
South High alumni tailgate party The South Hagerstown High School Alumni Association invites all alumni to attend a tailgate party today at Doub's Woods Park at the rear of South Hagerstown High School beginning at 4 p.m. prior to the South-North football game. The pavilion in the park will be open for our use. Fall and holiday bazaar GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Greencastle-Antrim Lioness Club's annual fall and Christmas bazaar will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, at the Rescue Hose Company Special Events Center, 407 S. Washington St. The bazaar will feature crafts by Lionesses, and vendors.
NEWS
By DARYLENE MOWEN / 301-331-5683 | October 29, 2008
SYA wrestling Sign-up for SYA wrestling is today from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Smithsburg Fire Hall. Forms and information also are available at www.smithsburgyouthathletics.org . SYA wrestling is for boys and girls ages 5 to 14. Wrestlers practice two days per week beginning the week of Nov. 10, from 6:15 to 8:15 p.m. at the Smithsburg High School wrestling room. Registration fee is $60 for the first wrestler in each family and $45 for each additional child. Scholarships are available through the Web site.
NEWS
August 24, 2008
On July 19, South Hagerstown High School class of 1961 graduates held a 65th birthday celebration at the annual class picnic at Doub's Woods. Eighty-five people were in attendance, and the picnic was enjoyed by all. The Rev. Jerry Foltz led the group in the blessing before lunch. Rev. and Mrs. Wesley Morgan traveled the longest distance, from Conroe, Texas. Other class members came from Alabama, North Carolina and Ohio. Buddy Davis, of Lady Lake, Fla., was unable to attend, but provided fried chicken for his classmates.
NEWS
by CANDICE BOSELY | October 21, 2006
HAGERSTOWN - Asked to share an anecdote about his first year at South Hagerstown High School - 1956, the year the school opened - Bob Cianelli paused and pondered for a moment. "Let me think of stuff you can print," he said. One of the many people who gathered Friday night at South High for a 50th anniversary tailgate party, Cianelli came up with a story involving the school's principal at the time, Carl Beer. Cianelli and other seniors had planned a senior skip - or, as he called it, a "hook" - day, but Beer intervened.
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SPORTS
October 26, 2011
I don't usually reach out to guys involved in those wimpier sports that use round balls, but I had a little déjà vu the other day. I took a little World Series break, just to get away from breaking down Options Charter game films for this week's big game. (BTW, one of the options is not to charter a bus). I used my coach's clicker to flick on Monday's game just in time to see the Cardinals go incommunicado. According to the St. Louis Cardinals, Arlington Stadium was placed on Defcon One and all communications were suspended - at least between the third-base dugout and the Cardinals bullpen.
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NEWS
Lynn Little | September 20, 2011
Tailgating parties are synonymous with fall game-day fun. Handling food properly in the stadium parking lot is just as important as handling food safely at home. Don't let food safety mistakes spoil your tailgating party.   Plan your tailgate party menu with game time in mind and the number of people you expect. This can help minimize leftovers and food storage before, during and after the game.   To avoid cross contamination, use separate coolers or ice chests for beverages, ready-to-eat foods, and raw foods that will be cooked.
NEWS
By STACI CLIPP / 301-582-8057 | September 28, 2009
Kiwanis Club travelogues The Kiwanis Club of Hagerstown begins its 35th season of the Travelogue Adventure Series at the South Hagerstown High School auditorium. The series includes six programs: "Yellowstone: Trails and Tales," "Barbados: Island in the Sun," "The Best of Bavaria," "Grand Canyon," "Iran, Then and Now" and "Wales: Land of Song. " With each program, a presenter takes the audience on a memorable trip, narrating highlights of a film created during his or her visit to the area.
NEWS
By HARRY NOGLE | September 11, 2009
o Read more Harry Nogle columns at washingtoncountyliving.com Grandparents establish fund for injured grandson Sharpsburg residents Joe and Karen Greeley have established a fund at M&T Bank to raise money for the care of their grandson, David Greeley. David, a third-grader at Fountain Rock Elementary, was seriously injured when a car struck him while he was riding his bicycle Aug. 27. David sustained head trauma, a swollen brain and a skull fracture, and will be confined to a wheelchair for the foreseeable future.
NEWS
By DARYLENE MOWEN / 301-331-5683 | October 29, 2008
SYA wrestling Sign-up for SYA wrestling is today from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Smithsburg Fire Hall. Forms and information also are available at www.smithsburgyouthathletics.org . SYA wrestling is for boys and girls ages 5 to 14. Wrestlers practice two days per week beginning the week of Nov. 10, from 6:15 to 8:15 p.m. at the Smithsburg High School wrestling room. Registration fee is $60 for the first wrestler in each family and $45 for each additional child. Scholarships are available through the Web site.
NEWS
By SUSIE HOFFMAN / 301-790-2413 | October 14, 2008
Fall in all its glory Good morning, friends. Fall is here in all its glorious colors. It seems that just this past weekend Mother Nature opened her box of crayons and had a blast. Take a drive and see what has happened to the landscape. A quick plug for South Hagerstown High School's homecoming game on Friday, Oct. 24. Hopefully, the weather will be spectacular and the team victorious. The homecoming dance is the following evening, Saturday, Oct. 25. I know that the alumni association is planning a tailgate party just prior to the game, so be sure to get your party hats on and come over to root for the home team.
NEWS
August 24, 2008
On July 19, South Hagerstown High School class of 1961 graduates held a 65th birthday celebration at the annual class picnic at Doub's Woods. Eighty-five people were in attendance, and the picnic was enjoyed by all. The Rev. Jerry Foltz led the group in the blessing before lunch. Rev. and Mrs. Wesley Morgan traveled the longest distance, from Conroe, Texas. Other class members came from Alabama, North Carolina and Ohio. Buddy Davis, of Lady Lake, Fla., was unable to attend, but provided fried chicken for his classmates.
NEWS
November 10, 2006
South High alumni tailgate party The South Hagerstown High School Alumni Association invites all alumni to attend a tailgate party today at Doub's Woods Park at the rear of South Hagerstown High School beginning at 4 p.m. prior to the South-North football game. The pavilion in the park will be open for our use. Fall and holiday bazaar GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Greencastle-Antrim Lioness Club's annual fall and Christmas bazaar will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, at the Rescue Hose Company Special Events Center, 407 S. Washington St. The bazaar will feature crafts by Lionesses, and vendors.
NEWS
by CANDICE BOSELY | October 21, 2006
HAGERSTOWN - Asked to share an anecdote about his first year at South Hagerstown High School - 1956, the year the school opened - Bob Cianelli paused and pondered for a moment. "Let me think of stuff you can print," he said. One of the many people who gathered Friday night at South High for a 50th anniversary tailgate party, Cianelli came up with a story involving the school's principal at the time, Carl Beer. Cianelli and other seniors had planned a senior skip - or, as he called it, a "hook" - day, but Beer intervened.
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