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by RICHARD F. BELISLE | December 3, 2003
waynesboro@herald-mail.com Two new members - Megan Shea, at 19 one of the youngest school board members in the state, and Todd Rock, 40, who assumed the seat occupied for years by his father, were sworn in Tuesday during the Waynesboro School Board's annual reorganizational meeting. Lawrence Glenn, who has served as board president for three years, was re-elected to that post by the members Tuesday. Glenn, K. Marilyn Smith and Anna Bostwick-Foley, all of whom won re-election this year, were sworn in for new four-year terms along with Shea and Rock.
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by Richard F. Belisle | January 21, 2004
waynesboro@herald-mail.com Waynesboro Area Senior High School seniors may graduate on their home turf this spring as the result of a 5-4 vote by the Waynesboro Area School Board Tuesday night. The vote against a motion to hold the graduation ceremony at Mount St. Mary's College in Emmitsburg, Md., came without discussion by board members. Last year, the school held commencement exercises at Knott Arena at Mount St. Mary's College, 15 miles away. The ceremony was moved there after more than 100 patrons suffered from extreme heat in the local high school gymnasium during the 2002 graduation ceremony.
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by JENNIFER FITCH | March 29, 2006
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Ronald Eberly's name is not to appear on May 16 Republican primary ballots as a 90th District candidate for the state House of Representatives, a senior Commonwealth Court judge ruled Tuesday. Without Eberly, the field narrows to Todd Rock of Mont Alto, Pa., and incumbent Patrick E. Fleagle. Eberly, who did not return calls made to his house and cell phone Tuesday, would have to appeal the decision very quickly, Judge Jim Flaherty said at a March 21 hearing.
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April 9, 2010
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The Franklin County (Pa.) Young Republicans in cooperation with the Franklin County Council of Republican Women and the Franklin County Republican Committee will be sponsoring a Tea Party on April 24 at noon at the Franklin County Courthouse. "2010 is turning out to be a watershed moment in American politics. The term 'We the People' means more now than ever, and we need to stand up and continue to voice our concerns," Franklin County Young Republicans Chairman Ben Rice said in a news release.
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November 5, 2008
From staff reports Dozens of candidates who represent residents in Franklin and Fulton counties in Pennsylvania and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia ran unopposed Tuesday. They include: West Virginia Delegates: 53rd - Jonathan Miller, R-Berkeley 54th - Walter E. Duke, R-Berkeley 55th - John Overington, R-Berkeley 56th - Bob Tabb, D-Jefferson Circuit judges 23rd Circuit First Division - David H. Sanders, Democrat Third Division - Christopher Wilkes, Republican Fourth Division - Gray Silver III, Democrat Family court judges First Division - William Wertman, Democrat Second Division - Sally G. Jackson, Democrat Third Division - David Greenberg, Democrat Jefferson County races Prosecuting attorney - Ralph Lorenzetti, Democrat Magistrates - Gail Boober, Democrat; Mary Paul Rissler, Democrat; Bill Senseney, Democrat Berkeley County races Prosecuting attorney - Pamela Games-Neely, Democrat Assessor - Preston B. Gooden, Republican Pennsylvania State representatives: 86th - Mark Keller, R-Perry/Franklin 89th - Rob Kauffman, R-Franklin/Cumberland 90th - Todd Rock, R-Franklin 91st - Dan Moul, R-Adams/Franklin
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September 14, 2009
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- State Rep. Todd Rock, R-Franklin, is encouraging local volunteer fire departments and volunteer ambulance services to apply for state grants through the office of the State Fire Commissioner. Last year, Franklin County-area fire and ambulance organizations received more than $101,770 in funding from the program, which was created by the General Assembly as Act 10 of 2007. The program is funded through state gaming proceeds. The grants may be used for construction or renovation of a unit's station, the purchase or repair of equipment, training or debt reduction.
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February 12, 2009
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Waynesboro Lions Club will start cooking early Saturday for its all-you-can eat pancake and sausage breakfast, which serves close to 1,000 meals some years. The event will be from 7 a.m. to noon at Waynesboro Area Senior High School. The 13th annual Greater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce Business Expo will be held in conjunction. Chamber director Carlene Willhide said 35 vendors have signed up for the expo, which starts a half-hour after the breakfast begins.
LIFESTYLE
December 27, 2011
Adam Miller, a member of Boy Scout Troop 95 in Shady Grove, earned the rank of Eagle Scout in October. Eagle Scout is the highest rank in Scouting. In 2001, Adam began his Scouting career in Tiger Cubs and progressed through all of the Scout ranks, receiving many achievements and awards until reaching the Eagle Scout rank. Adam's Court of Honor was held Dec. 11 at Shady Grove Community Center. Scout leaders Rich Melius and Terry Stine presided over the ceremony, presenting Adam with his Eagle Scout badge.
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May 4, 2010
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- The Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a bill that would expand the limits for small games of chance held by charitable and civic organizations. Franklin County representatives Rob Kauffman and Todd Rock, both Republicans, voted in favor of the measure. House Bill 169 would increase the allowable prize limit for raffles and daily drawings from $500 to $1,000, and it would increase the weekly prize limit from $5,000 to $25,000, according to a news release.
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April 2, 2009
GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Senior adults will have a chance to ask questions of experts in legislation, banking, senior services and investment today at a special breakfast seminar at Antrim House Restaurant in Greencastle. Heritage In-Home Care Services of Greencastle co-sponsored the event titled "Senior Services Seminar" with F&M Trust and Edward Jones Investments. Pennsylvania State Rep. Todd Rock, R-Franklin, will speak along with Traci Kline of the Franklin County Area Agency on Aging, Rod Salter of F&M Bank and Marissa Bert of Edward Jones.
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