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April 23, 2010
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Allison-Antrim Museum will host its third annual afternoon tea at the barn from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 2. Tea will be served in the center two bays of the reconstructed 1860s barn. Along with several choices of tea, tea cookies and sweet treats will be served. Reservations are required for seatings beginning on the hour at 1, 2 and 3 p.m. It is not required, but those attending are invited to wear their best Sunday afternoon tea clothes. Vintage clothing or reproductions from any era will also be appropriate.
NEWS
August 24, 2012
Freedom Valley Chorus held a tea June 9 at St. Paul United Methodist Church in Chambersburg. The event included a four-course tea served on antique china, silent and Chinese auction items, and entertainment by the chorus, which is a chapter of Sweet Adelines, International.  Proceeds from the event will go to purchase music and education materials for the chorus. The chorus also donated $500 to Breast Cancer Awareness - Cumberland Valley, and $250 to the church where it hosted the event.  Tea committee chairwoman Elaine Gerwig told attendees that BCA-CV was chosen as a recipient since a number of members of the chorus and their family members have been affected by breast cancer.  The chorus is a group of 25 women who sing four-part a capella harmony.
NEWS
July 14, 2009
Hagerstown residents Valerie Jardine and her husband, Carl Jardine, have a tea party Monday afternoon with their granddaughter Natalie Jardine of Germantown, Md., at Hagerstown's City Park.
NEWS
February 15, 2000
See also : Tea anyone? Tea is thought to have been discovered more than 5,000 years ago by the Chinese emperor Shen Nong. While out campaigning, he had servants boil some water, knowing that boiling drinking water could prevent sickness. Some leaves blew into his cup, he left them there, tasted the brew, and the history of tea began, according to Liz Thompson. cont. from lifestyle Dutch traders brought tea to Europe in 1610, and when Charles II was restored to the British throne in 1660 from exile in Holland, he already had a fondness for tea. Tea and teapots were among the valuable items in his Portuguese wife Catherine's dowry, said Thompson, showing off a bit of her Florida State University degree in international relations and minor in European history.
NEWS
December 28, 2005
Benjamin Art Gallery owners Clifford Springer and Eugene Sappington, along with Rebecca Pearl, extend a warm appreciation to Vincent Groh, who purchased the second original painting in the Hagerstown Series, "Tea on Prospect Street. " The gallery released limited-edition prints of "Tea on Prospect Street" in November and teamed with the nonprofit Women's Club by donating a portion of the proceeds from each print. "Tea on Prospect Street" is Pearl's second painting of Hagerstown and provides a historic view looking north on Prospect Street.
NEWS
October 7, 2007
Name of business: Spirit of the Lotus Tea Company Owners: John & Siming Macpherson Address: 223 N. Prospect St., No. 106 Opening date: June 22, 2007 Products and services: More than 250 gourmet loose-leaf teas from China, India, Japan, Taiwan, South Africa and South America. Also carry herbal tisanes and blends and a variety of teawares and accessories. "We can create gift baskets and packages in a wide variety of styles, filled with all kinds of goodies.
NEWS
July 2, 2009
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- The Franklin County (Pa.) Young Republicans, Franklin County Republican Women and the Franklin County Republican Committee will hold a TEA (Taxed Enough Already) event Saturday starting at 10 a.m. in front of the Franklin County Courthouse. This event will be used to voice dissatisfaction with government, and everyone is encouraged to bring posters and signs. There will be contest to win $100 for the best sign, according to a news release. Call Steve Brenize, event coordinator, for additional information at 717-360-0565.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | April 14, 2008
GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- They come in pewter, clay, china, glass and copper from as far away as Japan and Germany. Now, though, these collectibles aren't overseas, but rather in Greencastle and under glass in the latest exhibit at the Allison-Antrim Museum. "Basically, our exhibit is focused on tea and tea sets," said Evan Zimmerman, a docent at the museum. Only about 10 people visited the exhibit on Sunday, the first of two open houses to see it. Zimmerman, who is a 10th-grader at Greencastle-Antrim High School, attributed the turnout to overcast skies threatening rain.
NEWS
June 10, 2008
Borders Books, Music and Café at The Centre at Hagerstown will host summer activities for book-lovers and coffee and tea fans. Here are the events scheduled for June: · Today, 7 p.m. - Coffee tasting and seminar · Saturday, June 14, 2 p.m. - Teen Book Club discusses "Wake" · Tuesday, June 17, 7 p.m. - Tea Tasting and Seminar · Thursday, June 19, 7 p.m. - Stephenie Meyer discussion group · Saturday, June...
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by DON AINES | October 21, 2006
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Women in search of upscale, lightly used clothing and accessories suitable for work or casual wear can find them at a new downtown thrift shop while at the same time giving a helping hand to other women. Dress to a Tea opened earlier this month at 17 W. King St. with an inventory of brand-name women's suits, blazers, blouses and tailored slacks in all sizes donated by professional women in the community. Proceeds from sales will benefit The House of Grace at 307 Lincoln Way East, a Christian life skills, education and mentoring program in Chambersburg.
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Cheryl Weaver | Around Clear Spring | July 30, 2013
The Clear Spring High School golf team will host a golf tournament Friday at Whitetail Golf Resort. Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. The entry fee cost $70 per player. For more information, send an email to coach Rob Embly at rembly@myactv.net.   Volleyball clinic Clear Spring Middle School volleyball clinics will be on Aug. 3, Aug. 10 and Aug. 17, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The clinics will be held at the Maugansville Elementary School gym.  The cost is a one time fee of $5.  For more information, call 301-992-2272 or send an email to csmsvc@gmail.com.
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By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | alnotarianni@aol.com | July 13, 2013
High tea hats served as elegant hedges for polite conversation Saturday at Applause Catering. But amid the genteel exchanges ran a common goal and a resolve to achieve it. Attendees of the Friends of the Doleman Black Heritage Museum's Chocolate Garden Tea expressed an interest in preserving and honoring the history of blacks in Washington County, and in acquiring a proper place to do so. “This kind of event gives some historical perspective...
NEWS
June 26, 2013
A fundraiser to benefit the Doleman Black Heritage Museum will be held Saturday, July  13, from 3 to 5 p.m. at Applause Caterers, 58 E. Washington St. in Hagerstown. Doors open at 2 p.m. The second annual Chocolate Garden Tea will include a tea party with an assortment of chocolate desserts, a showing of the latest mobile museum exhibits, a raffle of two Longaberger baskets filled with goodies, and performances by local musician Duane Carey and vocalist Kirky Mason and guests. Tickets cost $25 per person or $250 for a table of 10. If interested in becoming a table sponsor, to make a donation, or to buy tickets, call Alesia Parson-McBean at 301-797-5019, or send an email to alesiaparsonmcbean@verizon.net .
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Staci Clipp | Around South Hagerstown | May 26, 2013
ABC Cumberland Valley Chapter will hold a money bonanza Saturday, June 22, at Williamsport Fire Hall. The doors open at 4:30 p.m. and food will be served at 6 p.m. The grand prize will be $1,000, and the first and every 10th ticket drawn wins $40. Tickets cost $40 for two. Participants must be 21 or older to play. In addition to the drawings, there will be 50/50, music and beverages. For tickets, call 301-739-1190. Hagerstown Lions Club Tuesday - Richard Humbert, health inspector for the Washington County Health Department, will talk about what's involved with a public health inspection.
NEWS
By KAUSTUV BASU | kaustuv.basu@herald-mail.com | May 17, 2013
Hagerstown Tea Party supporters gathered at the Beaver Creek Country Club on Thursday night to hear Del. Neil C. Parrott, R-Washington, talk about the recently concluded session of the Maryland General Assembly and a drive to collect petitions to challenge the repeal of the death penalty through a referendum in the 2014 elections. Parrott said at the gathering - a general meeting of the Hagerstown Tea Party attended by about 20 people - that he was extremely disappointed with passage of measures such as the increase in the state gasoline tax and the gun-control bill, which was signed into law by Gov. Martin O'Malley on Thursday.
OPINION
May 15, 2013
Well, this would explain my $25,000 tax bill. Looks like I picked the wrong year to start up a right-wing militia group. I called it “Tim's Teas,” and well, who knew? I swear, we were simply a “social welfare” organization - a strictly nonpartisan 501 something-something, which should have qualified us for tax-exempt status. Sure, we marched on Washington a few times with posters of Obama in a Hitler mustache, but hey, who didn't? Now, it turns out the IRS was flagging any group with conservative-sounding buzzwords like “tea,” or “patriot,” or “9/12” or “Rove,” and making their lives a living nightmare.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 13, 2013
1. Comedy that's  'Dy-no-mite' Make Me Laugh Comedy Tour will host two shows Saturday, May 18, at Fraternal Order of Eagles, 18 N. Locust St., downtown Hagerstown. The shows will feature Jimmie Walker and C.J. Burney, hosted by Chad Beadle. Two shows: doors open at 5:30  p.m., show at 7 p.m.; and doors open at 8:30 p.m., show at 9:30 p.m. $20. For information, call 240-367-5052 or charge online at www.makemelaughchad.com . 2. Tour & tea A walking tour of southwest to northeast Shepherds-town.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | julieg@herald-mail.com | May 12, 2013
Enjoying sips of teas such as ginger-peach and tasty treats like mango-curry chicken salad rounds and blackberry tarts, several Tri-State area mothers enjoyed a Mother's Day tea Sunday at Sereni-Tea Room in Funkstown. “Just a special event that I could bring her to ... where we could share a nice meal and ... just get out with our families and enjoy the day,” said Boonsboro resident Joanie Costlow. Ranota Marcotte said she opened the tearoom in October after her husband saw that the small cottage-type shop on Funkstown's East Baltimore Street was available for rent.
EDUCATION
April 21, 2013
The Conococheague Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, or DAR, held the annual DAR Good Citizens awards ceremony and tea March 13 at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown. Conococheague Chapter Regent Jo Ann Schuchman welcomed all in attendance. Five high school seniors from Washington County Public Schools were honored as DAR Good Citizens. Selection was based on demonstrated qualities of leadership, patriotism, dependability and service. Information reviewed included academic achievement, letters of recommendation, and written responses to an assigned essay.
NEWS
March 27, 2013
The Freedom Valley Chorus of Sweet Adelines International will serve its second annual fundraising tea, “A Spoonful of Musical-i-TEA,” on Saturday, June, 8, at noon at St. Paul United Methodist Church at 750 Norland Ave. in Chambersburg. Guests will be treated to a full four-course afternoon tea served on antique china and sweet harmonies provided by the a capella chorus. There also will be a variety of baskets available by Chinese auction to add to the fundraising effort, according to a news release.
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