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by MARLO BARNHART | July 23, 2002
marlob@herald-mail.com They came, they saw, they got muddy. Approximately 450 Tri-State area residents showed up Saturday to play mud volleyball at Cochran's Auction Complex to raise money for the Community Free Clinic in Hagerstown. "We're very pleased with how the event turned out," said Jeff Downin, executive director of the clinic at 18 W. Franklin St. "It was a great day. " The third annual event raised at least $20,000 for the clinic, which provides medical care for people without health insurance, Downin said Sunday afternoon.
NEWS
March 30, 2007
SHARPSBURG - On Saturday, April 7, volunteers will team up with the Civil War Preservation Trust to clean and restore America's historic battlefields, cemeteries and shrines. Antietam National Battlefield is participating in this year's Park Day activities from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 7. A special interpretive program will be held from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Volunteers are needed to clean up trails and stream banks, clear vegetation and assist with other restoration projects.
NEWS
September 15, 2010
SHARPSBURG - Volunteers are needed at Antietam National Battlefield on Saturday, Sept. 25, to work on a vegetation restoration project from 9 a.m. to noon, with registration from 8:30 to 9 a.m. Antietam National Battlefield will provide all needed equipment; however, participants are asked to dress for the weather, bring a water bottle, and wear sturdy shoes or boots. In addition, leather work gloves are highly recommended. In case of inclement weather, the event will be postponed until Sunday, Oct. 2. Students needing community service hours should bring their paperwork.
LIFESTYLE
October 13, 2011
The landscape restoration project at the Antietam National Battlefield will be from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturdays, Oct. 15, 22, 29 and Nov. 19. Volunteers are needed to plant native wildflower plugs in several buffer areas. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Antietam National Battlefield Visitor's Center, 5831 Dunker Church Road, Sharpsburg. Work projects start at 9 a.m. and end at noon. Participants are asked to dress for the weather, bring a water bottle, and wear sturdy shoes or boots.
LIFESTYLE
November 30, 2012
Names: Thelma and Louise Ages: about 11 months Color: Green Species: Iguana ID: A17781130 and 17781124  These lovely ladies are looking for a nice warm place to call home. Thelma and Louise love to be misted with their water bottle a few times a day. Iguanas live up to seven years, grow quite long and reach up to 20 pounds in weight. Thelma and Louise and many other animals are available for adoption at The Humane Society of Washington County, 13011 Maugansville Road, north of Hagers-town.
NEWS
By Jo Ellen Barnhart | April 17, 1997
I guess I read "The Little Engine That Could" one too many times to my children. I actually believe I can apply the book's naive optimism to unveil a Cindy Crawford body. Yes, even with a uterus stretched three times to the size of Utah and a schedule that puts an air traffic controller to shame, I believe I can find the time to workout. Preparing for the first exercise class is like going to the restaurant rest room where women who dine at the same table travel in tandem to use the toilet.
NEWS
October 24, 2004
Study: Cold offices lower productivity If your office is often cold, take note - chilly environs may lower productivity. A study by a Cornell University ergonomics professor found a correlation between typing mistakes and temperature. When an office temperature was cut from 77 degrees to 68 degrees, typing mistakes rose by 74 percent and typing output fell by 46 percent. "This study shows that when employees get chilly, at least in this case, they are not working to their full potential," said Alan Hedge, the researcher.
NEWS
Chad Smith | February 9, 2013
Becoming a healthy eater is no small task. In the end, what is more important than having a slavish devotion to a particular diet regimen is consistent effort to eat well every day. Here are some tips to stay consistent and become a health eater: 1. Make one healthy change per week. Lifelong health is a marathon, not a sprint. You don't have to overhaul your entire life overnight, but it is wise to take steps every week to get better. Every week you should make at least one healthy change to your eating habits.
NEWS
by ANDREA ROWLAND | May 4, 2003
andrear@herald-mail.com Karate kids Jeffrey Wolfe, Landon Grove and Adam Simons traded their Tae Kwon Do gear for walking shoes on Saturday to help fight birth defects and reduce infant mortality rates. The Smithsburg youngsters joined about 20 other students and instructors from Allstar Kicks Karate in Hagerstown during the 32nd annual WalkAmerica event that raised about $70,000 for the March of Dimes. An "awesome" number of walkers - about 600 - registered for the six-kilometer trek through the city, said Melissa Clark, the organization's community director for Washington and Frederick counties.
OPINION
January 7, 2013
Anyone searching for a life lesson today could do worse that this one: Bicycles and road salt don't mix. Some caveats: If you are 12 years of age, this lesson is not terribly applicable. When you are 12, excessive road salt and a 45-degree curve at a bottom of a hill are way cool. It is cool if you make the curve by locking your rear wheel and going with the slide. But it is even more cool if you wipe out altogether and have a good story and some road burn to share with your friends.
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Chad Smith | February 9, 2013
Becoming a healthy eater is no small task. In the end, what is more important than having a slavish devotion to a particular diet regimen is consistent effort to eat well every day. Here are some tips to stay consistent and become a health eater: 1. Make one healthy change per week. Lifelong health is a marathon, not a sprint. You don't have to overhaul your entire life overnight, but it is wise to take steps every week to get better. Every week you should make at least one healthy change to your eating habits.
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OPINION
January 7, 2013
Anyone searching for a life lesson today could do worse that this one: Bicycles and road salt don't mix. Some caveats: If you are 12 years of age, this lesson is not terribly applicable. When you are 12, excessive road salt and a 45-degree curve at a bottom of a hill are way cool. It is cool if you make the curve by locking your rear wheel and going with the slide. But it is even more cool if you wipe out altogether and have a good story and some road burn to share with your friends.
LIFESTYLE
November 30, 2012
Names: Thelma and Louise Ages: about 11 months Color: Green Species: Iguana ID: A17781130 and 17781124  These lovely ladies are looking for a nice warm place to call home. Thelma and Louise love to be misted with their water bottle a few times a day. Iguanas live up to seven years, grow quite long and reach up to 20 pounds in weight. Thelma and Louise and many other animals are available for adoption at The Humane Society of Washington County, 13011 Maugansville Road, north of Hagers-town.
LIFESTYLE
October 13, 2011
The landscape restoration project at the Antietam National Battlefield will be from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturdays, Oct. 15, 22, 29 and Nov. 19. Volunteers are needed to plant native wildflower plugs in several buffer areas. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Antietam National Battlefield Visitor's Center, 5831 Dunker Church Road, Sharpsburg. Work projects start at 9 a.m. and end at noon. Participants are asked to dress for the weather, bring a water bottle, and wear sturdy shoes or boots.
NEWS
September 15, 2010
SHARPSBURG - Volunteers are needed at Antietam National Battlefield on Saturday, Sept. 25, to work on a vegetation restoration project from 9 a.m. to noon, with registration from 8:30 to 9 a.m. Antietam National Battlefield will provide all needed equipment; however, participants are asked to dress for the weather, bring a water bottle, and wear sturdy shoes or boots. In addition, leather work gloves are highly recommended. In case of inclement weather, the event will be postponed until Sunday, Oct. 2. Students needing community service hours should bring their paperwork.
NEWS
By KATE S. ALEXANDER | November 8, 2008
GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- The bottle of water sitting on Brian Denton's desk looked like a monument to health and wellness. Its white cap and rippled plastic carefully contained what appeared to be the epitome of pristine liquids. "Yeah, this looks pure, but it is not. It's full of leeching chemicals," Denton said while grabbing the bottle. "That's just part of why I created Project Earth H20. " In a proactive step toward reducing the environmental and economical footprint of plastic bottles, Denton, a native of Greencastle, began Project Earth H20 with the hope of giving convenience-minded consumers an alternative to what he called "toxic" water bottles.
NEWS
March 30, 2007
SHARPSBURG - On Saturday, April 7, volunteers will team up with the Civil War Preservation Trust to clean and restore America's historic battlefields, cemeteries and shrines. Antietam National Battlefield is participating in this year's Park Day activities from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 7. A special interpretive program will be held from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Volunteers are needed to clean up trails and stream banks, clear vegetation and assist with other restoration projects.
NEWS
October 24, 2004
Study: Cold offices lower productivity If your office is often cold, take note - chilly environs may lower productivity. A study by a Cornell University ergonomics professor found a correlation between typing mistakes and temperature. When an office temperature was cut from 77 degrees to 68 degrees, typing mistakes rose by 74 percent and typing output fell by 46 percent. "This study shows that when employees get chilly, at least in this case, they are not working to their full potential," said Alan Hedge, the researcher.
NEWS
by ANDREA ROWLAND | May 4, 2003
andrear@herald-mail.com Karate kids Jeffrey Wolfe, Landon Grove and Adam Simons traded their Tae Kwon Do gear for walking shoes on Saturday to help fight birth defects and reduce infant mortality rates. The Smithsburg youngsters joined about 20 other students and instructors from Allstar Kicks Karate in Hagerstown during the 32nd annual WalkAmerica event that raised about $70,000 for the March of Dimes. An "awesome" number of walkers - about 600 - registered for the six-kilometer trek through the city, said Melissa Clark, the organization's community director for Washington and Frederick counties.
NEWS
by MARLO BARNHART | July 23, 2002
marlob@herald-mail.com They came, they saw, they got muddy. Approximately 450 Tri-State area residents showed up Saturday to play mud volleyball at Cochran's Auction Complex to raise money for the Community Free Clinic in Hagerstown. "We're very pleased with how the event turned out," said Jeff Downin, executive director of the clinic at 18 W. Franklin St. "It was a great day. " The third annual event raised at least $20,000 for the clinic, which provides medical care for people without health insurance, Downin said Sunday afternoon.
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