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August 20, 2010
Name of business: kimtown Studios Owner: Kim Townsend Address: 44 W. Main St., Waynesboro, Pa. Opening date: July 17 Products and services: Custom hand-stamped jewelry boutique, lifestyle photography and Web design Market area: Waynesboro, Greencastle and Chambersburg in Franklin County, Pa., and Hagerstown in Washington County How did you get into your business, or what motivated you to start it?...
NEWS
October 4, 2004
Eight area businesspeople participated in a Web design curriculum development panel at Hagerstown Community College on Friday, Sept. 24. The college asked the executives to assist in a curriculum review process called DACUM (Develop a Curriculum). During the session, called a Tech Scan, panel members were asked to identify careers in the Web design and development field, along with educational requirements and availability of jobs. Members also described skills that prospective employees should possess, and discussed developing trends in the Web design field.
NEWS
March 20, 2005
Name of business: DatAchieve Digital Owners: David Layton and Norma Kolson Layton Address: 930 Jefferson Blvd., Hagerstown Opening date: January 2004 Products and services: Web and new media design, with a focus on small business and medical Web design, and CD-ROM publications. DatAchieve provides affordable Web design, e-mail and hosting solutions to small businesses and associations, and secure, HIPAA-compliant Web design and development for physicians and health-care providers.
EDUCATION
October 28, 2012
Three students from Hagerstown Community College recently won the 2012 American Institute of Graphics Artists MockUP Student Design Challenge. Six colleges competed in this year's event, including Kaplan University, Shippensburg University, Shepherd University, James Madison University, Frederick Community College and HCC. HCC's student design team included Meredith Brown of Fayetteville, Pa.; Sarah Cimaglio of Williamsport; and Yun Lee of...
LIFESTYLE
December 31, 2012
Penn State Extension 4-H in Franklin County is ready to kickoff the build season for this year's FRC 4-H Robotics Club. All students in Franklin County, Pa., are welcome to join team 4050. Home school, charter school, private, public, etc. students ages 14 to 18 are invited to be a part of Team Biohazard. Learn the needed skills to be a success in your future. Learn electrical and mechanical engineering, computer programming, and many other team building skills such as web design from experienced professionals from local businesses and educators.
LIFESTYLE
August 8, 2012
The Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau has created an interactive sports venue and facilities guide. The online database can be searched, and is set up to assist sports teams and tournaments in their search for sites. Betsy De Vore, director of sales for the CVB, said the CVB worked with Washington County's Department of Parks and Facilities, the city of Hagerstown, Hagerstown Community College, Washington County Public Schools, local national and state parks, several private facilities, the state's Office of Sports Marketing, DH Web Inc. on web design, and also with Washington County Commissioner Ruth Anne Callaham.
LIFESTYLE
December 15, 2011
Sean Maher, a web and multimedia instructor at Hagerstown Community College, recently competed in the 2011 Adobe Educators' Choice Awards, where he was a runner-up in the category of Higher Education Digital Arts and Media. Held annually, the awards are open to all educators age 18 and older who are employed at a K-12 school or an accredited institution of higher education. According to Adobe's website, the contest is open to residents of Australia, New Zealand, Canada (excluding the Province of Quebec)
EDUCATION
March 12, 2012
Tyler Fitchet, a student at Barbara Ingram School for the Arts in Hagerstown, won an honorable mention for his photo titled “Everyone is Doing It” in the Pittsburgh Technical Institute's Visions and Voices, an art, design and film show. He will receive a $2,000 partial tuition scholarship. The show opened with a reception Feb. 25 and runs through Saturday, March 24. This year's show includes artwork from 340 high school students. Students participating in the show represent 99 schools in six states: Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, New York, New Jersey and Maryland.  More than 700 works of art are on display in the following categories: fine art 2D, fine art 3D, computer-aided drafting, Web design, computer graphics, jewelry, metalworking, ceramics, photography, video film and graphic design.
BUSINESS
November 11, 2012
Washington County Arts Council Chris Brewer is the new gallery manager/administrative assistant at the Washington County Arts Council in Hagerstown. Brewer is a local freelance graphic artist originally from Germantown, Ohio. He holds an Associate of Applied Science in graphic design degree from Kaplan University.  He considers that he “has always been an artist,” and works in oil painting, sketching and other types of freehand artwork. Coffman Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center Coffman Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Hagerstown recently named Colleen Winters as marketing director.
OBITUARIES
December 21, 2012
Susan G. Beard, 66, of 17735 Red Oak Drive, Hagerstown, Md., passed away in the arms of her husband Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012, at Meritus Medical Center. Born March 5, 1946, in Hagerstown, Susie was the daughter of the late Louis Ambrose Snyder and Frances Meyers Snyder. On Dec. 22, 1973, she married Robert J. Beard Jr., her devoted husband of 39 wonderful years. Susie was a graduate of the South Hagerstown class of 1964 and graduated from the former Hagerstown Junior College with an A.A. degree in 1966.
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LIFESTYLE
December 31, 2012
Penn State Extension 4-H in Franklin County is ready to kickoff the build season for this year's FRC 4-H Robotics Club. All students in Franklin County, Pa., are welcome to join team 4050. Home school, charter school, private, public, etc. students ages 14 to 18 are invited to be a part of Team Biohazard. Learn the needed skills to be a success in your future. Learn electrical and mechanical engineering, computer programming, and many other team building skills such as web design from experienced professionals from local businesses and educators.
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OBITUARIES
December 21, 2012
Susan G. Beard, 66, of 17735 Red Oak Drive, Hagerstown, Md., passed away in the arms of her husband Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012, at Meritus Medical Center. Born March 5, 1946, in Hagerstown, Susie was the daughter of the late Louis Ambrose Snyder and Frances Meyers Snyder. On Dec. 22, 1973, she married Robert J. Beard Jr., her devoted husband of 39 wonderful years. Susie was a graduate of the South Hagerstown class of 1964 and graduated from the former Hagerstown Junior College with an A.A. degree in 1966.
BUSINESS
November 11, 2012
Washington County Arts Council Chris Brewer is the new gallery manager/administrative assistant at the Washington County Arts Council in Hagerstown. Brewer is a local freelance graphic artist originally from Germantown, Ohio. He holds an Associate of Applied Science in graphic design degree from Kaplan University.  He considers that he “has always been an artist,” and works in oil painting, sketching and other types of freehand artwork. Coffman Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center Coffman Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Hagerstown recently named Colleen Winters as marketing director.
EDUCATION
October 28, 2012
Three students from Hagerstown Community College recently won the 2012 American Institute of Graphics Artists MockUP Student Design Challenge. Six colleges competed in this year's event, including Kaplan University, Shippensburg University, Shepherd University, James Madison University, Frederick Community College and HCC. HCC's student design team included Meredith Brown of Fayetteville, Pa.; Sarah Cimaglio of Williamsport; and Yun Lee of...
LIFESTYLE
August 8, 2012
The Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau has created an interactive sports venue and facilities guide. The online database can be searched, and is set up to assist sports teams and tournaments in their search for sites. Betsy De Vore, director of sales for the CVB, said the CVB worked with Washington County's Department of Parks and Facilities, the city of Hagerstown, Hagerstown Community College, Washington County Public Schools, local national and state parks, several private facilities, the state's Office of Sports Marketing, DH Web Inc. on web design, and also with Washington County Commissioner Ruth Anne Callaham.
EDUCATION
March 12, 2012
Tyler Fitchet, a student at Barbara Ingram School for the Arts in Hagerstown, won an honorable mention for his photo titled “Everyone is Doing It” in the Pittsburgh Technical Institute's Visions and Voices, an art, design and film show. He will receive a $2,000 partial tuition scholarship. The show opened with a reception Feb. 25 and runs through Saturday, March 24. This year's show includes artwork from 340 high school students. Students participating in the show represent 99 schools in six states: Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, New York, New Jersey and Maryland.  More than 700 works of art are on display in the following categories: fine art 2D, fine art 3D, computer-aided drafting, Web design, computer graphics, jewelry, metalworking, ceramics, photography, video film and graphic design.
LIFESTYLE
December 15, 2011
Sean Maher, a web and multimedia instructor at Hagerstown Community College, recently competed in the 2011 Adobe Educators' Choice Awards, where he was a runner-up in the category of Higher Education Digital Arts and Media. Held annually, the awards are open to all educators age 18 and older who are employed at a K-12 school or an accredited institution of higher education. According to Adobe's website, the contest is open to residents of Australia, New Zealand, Canada (excluding the Province of Quebec)
NEWS
August 20, 2010
Name of business: kimtown Studios Owner: Kim Townsend Address: 44 W. Main St., Waynesboro, Pa. Opening date: July 17 Products and services: Custom hand-stamped jewelry boutique, lifestyle photography and Web design Market area: Waynesboro, Greencastle and Chambersburg in Franklin County, Pa., and Hagerstown in Washington County How did you get into your business, or what motivated you to start it?...
NEWS
February 6, 2009
Hagerstown Community College is offering "Creating a Classroom Web Site," a hands-on course for teachers. Students in the class study at their own pace. They can access the classroom anytime with an Internet connection. New sessions of each course run every month and last six weeks with two new lessons being released weekly for a total of 12. The courses are Web-based with lessons, quizzes and assignments. For information, call 301-790-2800, ext. 453, or go to www.ed2go.
NEWS
March 20, 2005
Name of business: DatAchieve Digital Owners: David Layton and Norma Kolson Layton Address: 930 Jefferson Blvd., Hagerstown Opening date: January 2004 Products and services: Web and new media design, with a focus on small business and medical Web design, and CD-ROM publications. DatAchieve provides affordable Web design, e-mail and hosting solutions to small businesses and associations, and secure, HIPAA-compliant Web design and development for physicians and health-care providers.
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