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by LYNN F. LITTLE | August 6, 2004
If everyone's day has 24 hours, why does it seem like other people have more time? The reality, of course, is that everyone has the same amount. Learning basic time management skills can, however, free up some time for activities and interests. Time management is similar to money management. The concepts are easy to implement, and the results are almost immediate. If you are feeling overwhelmed, start with small changes. As an example, people who readily identify prime time with television might not realize that they also have their personal prime time, an hour or more during the day when they are most productive.
NEWS
July 11, 2009
The Washington County Department of Social Services in June held its second annual Leadership Development graduation ceremony. Participants in the program attended classes twice a month and learned such aspects of leadership as time management, human resource policies, budgeting, strategic planning and professionalism. Graduates of the class, pictured above, are Jill Meyers, Rebecca Dick, Sherry Keeney, Barb Shevokas, Amanda Royal, Brittany Tesla, Nancy Hopkins, Mike Piercy, Dan Moreland and James Gossard.
NEWS
January 23, 2006
Time management tips and weekly meeting invitation for caregivers MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Berkeley Senior Services' Adult Day Services will have a Dutch-treat lunch out from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3, at Shoney's, off King Street (Interstate 81, exit 13). Caregivers can listen to a presentation by Brighter Tomorrow Counseling Center's Barbara Ehrenburg. Her topic will be "Tips for Time Management. " Also, Berkeley Senior Services' Adult Day Services will sponsor a free weekly Caregiver Supper Club from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays at Berkeley Senior Center, 217 N. High St. Caregivers can bring a "sack supper" and eat while professionals from the community provide information on various aspects of care-giving.
NEWS
June 16, 2008
On May 20, the Washington County Department of Social Services celebrated the first Leadership Development graduation ceremony. The program was developed as a result of the agency's 2006 strategic planning process, which identified a need to improve the agency's managerial succession planning. The program began in September 2007 and ended in May. The participants attended classes twice a month and learned important aspects of leadership in an organization. Some of the classes included time management, human resource policies, budgeting, strategic planning and professionalism.
LIFESTYLE
January 21, 2011
Discover Relaxation Within I and II, will be offered at City Hospital and Jefferson Memorial Hospital through Mountain State Blue Cross Blue Shield's Preventive Heath Alliance. Discover Relaxation Within is a wellness and lifestyle improvement program designed to identify and reduce personal stress through practical relaxation techniques and innovative stress management strategies. It gives participants the tools they need to recognize stress, become stress-resilient and develop coping skills.
NEWS
December 26, 2005
Name of business: Adventures in Organizing Owner: Sharon Womack Address: 1328 Fairchild Ave. Opening date: Currently operational. LLC formed Aug. 31. Products and services: "Professional organizing, a service that includes decluttering and ordering of both work and home environments, including rooms, closets, basements, garages, attics, teen rooms, offices, paper clutter. This includes time management, goal setting, preparation for moving and guides for encouraging the cooperation of others in the family or workplace.
NEWS
December 28, 2000
How to help your children set goals in 2001 Teaching your Child | By Lisa Tedrick Prejean A couple of months ago, my 5-year-old was having trouble with bed-wetting. It was embarrassing for him. He hid his wet clothes and didn't want to talk about it. continued At his checkup, our pediatrician, Dr. M. Douglas Becker, recommended that we chart his progress on a calendar. Every time he woke up dry, he earned a star for that day. My son really looked forward to putting those stickers on the calendar.
NEWS
By BOB POOR | March 8, 2009
Q: Recently, I was let go by my company from a mid-management level position, and I am thinking of starting a business. I know that entrepreneurship can be risky and hazardous for your health. What are the major challenges I'll face and how can SCORE help me? A: Sure, there are perils to face along the way. Here are just a few of them. · Organizational skills: Having these gives you a head start. Being disorganized not only means wasting time but also limits your ability to focus on the priorities of running the business.
NEWS
December 10, 1998
St. Lawrence Cement Robert K. Baker has been promoted to shift supervisor at St. Lawrence Cement Co. in Hagerstown. Baker began his career with the company nine years ago as a laborer. He was promoted to control room operator in May, 1996. Office Essentials Brian Zook, service manager/instructor for the Maryland-based firm Office Essentials, recently received Ricoh's Ace Award. The award for perfect scores in theory, practical application and diagnostics was presented during a recent training seminar on Ricoh's newest high-speed digital copy systems.
NEWS
By C.J. LOVELACE | cj.lovelace@herald-mail.com | June 8, 2012
Draped in their red gowns, Benjamin Shuster and Edward Beachley took the podium together Friday morning - and got the full-house crowd laughing inside North Hagerstown High School's auditorium. The tandem, North High's Class of 2012 valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, went back and forth, alternating every few words in their opening remarks. “But no, we would not do that because that would be...,” Beachley said. “Very annoying,” Shuster quickly chimed in, prompting widespread laughter.
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By C.J. LOVELACE | cj.lovelace@herald-mail.com | June 8, 2012
Draped in their red gowns, Benjamin Shuster and Edward Beachley took the podium together Friday morning - and got the full-house crowd laughing inside North Hagerstown High School's auditorium. The tandem, North High's Class of 2012 valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, went back and forth, alternating every few words in their opening remarks. “But no, we would not do that because that would be...,” Beachley said. “Very annoying,” Shuster quickly chimed in, prompting widespread laughter.
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LIFESTYLE
January 21, 2011
Discover Relaxation Within I and II, will be offered at City Hospital and Jefferson Memorial Hospital through Mountain State Blue Cross Blue Shield's Preventive Heath Alliance. Discover Relaxation Within is a wellness and lifestyle improvement program designed to identify and reduce personal stress through practical relaxation techniques and innovative stress management strategies. It gives participants the tools they need to recognize stress, become stress-resilient and develop coping skills.
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BY LAURA BELL | Pulse correspondent | January 17, 2011
Like many college freshmen, my first semester is over and I am getting ready to start my second semester. One of the things I learned during those first months is that there might be a few things that you just don't think about when you start out after high school graduation. After you've decided where you want to attend college, they will give you dozens of pamphlets about the many organizations, opportunities, places and rules associated with the university. The things they don't always tell you might seem obvious,  but they are things you might just want to remember as you prepare for your first semester in college.
NEWS
July 11, 2009
The Washington County Department of Social Services in June held its second annual Leadership Development graduation ceremony. Participants in the program attended classes twice a month and learned such aspects of leadership as time management, human resource policies, budgeting, strategic planning and professionalism. Graduates of the class, pictured above, are Jill Meyers, Rebecca Dick, Sherry Keeney, Barb Shevokas, Amanda Royal, Brittany Tesla, Nancy Hopkins, Mike Piercy, Dan Moreland and James Gossard.
NEWS
By BOB POOR | March 8, 2009
Q: Recently, I was let go by my company from a mid-management level position, and I am thinking of starting a business. I know that entrepreneurship can be risky and hazardous for your health. What are the major challenges I'll face and how can SCORE help me? A: Sure, there are perils to face along the way. Here are just a few of them. · Organizational skills: Having these gives you a head start. Being disorganized not only means wasting time but also limits your ability to focus on the priorities of running the business.
NEWS
August 10, 2008
Lake Insurance McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Sherie D. Lake , president of Lake Insurance, has published a book titled "A Business Success Journal. " The book explores the keys to running a successful business, including topics such as time management, focus, team motivation, implementation and the power of masterminds. The book combines insight from nine other authors. Autographed copies can be reserved by calling 717-485-9033 or sending an e-mail to sherielake@lake-insurance.
NEWS
June 16, 2008
On May 20, the Washington County Department of Social Services celebrated the first Leadership Development graduation ceremony. The program was developed as a result of the agency's 2006 strategic planning process, which identified a need to improve the agency's managerial succession planning. The program began in September 2007 and ended in May. The participants attended classes twice a month and learned important aspects of leadership in an organization. Some of the classes included time management, human resource policies, budgeting, strategic planning and professionalism.
NEWS
January 23, 2006
Time management tips and weekly meeting invitation for caregivers MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Berkeley Senior Services' Adult Day Services will have a Dutch-treat lunch out from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3, at Shoney's, off King Street (Interstate 81, exit 13). Caregivers can listen to a presentation by Brighter Tomorrow Counseling Center's Barbara Ehrenburg. Her topic will be "Tips for Time Management. " Also, Berkeley Senior Services' Adult Day Services will sponsor a free weekly Caregiver Supper Club from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays at Berkeley Senior Center, 217 N. High St. Caregivers can bring a "sack supper" and eat while professionals from the community provide information on various aspects of care-giving.
NEWS
December 26, 2005
Name of business: Adventures in Organizing Owner: Sharon Womack Address: 1328 Fairchild Ave. Opening date: Currently operational. LLC formed Aug. 31. Products and services: "Professional organizing, a service that includes decluttering and ordering of both work and home environments, including rooms, closets, basements, garages, attics, teen rooms, offices, paper clutter. This includes time management, goal setting, preparation for moving and guides for encouraging the cooperation of others in the family or workplace.
NEWS
by LYNN F. LITTLE | August 6, 2004
If everyone's day has 24 hours, why does it seem like other people have more time? The reality, of course, is that everyone has the same amount. Learning basic time management skills can, however, free up some time for activities and interests. Time management is similar to money management. The concepts are easy to implement, and the results are almost immediate. If you are feeling overwhelmed, start with small changes. As an example, people who readily identify prime time with television might not realize that they also have their personal prime time, an hour or more during the day when they are most productive.
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