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April 29, 2007
Piano students of Cinda Perry performed at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts on March 30. Front row, from left, are Hannah Gaylor, Madison Wetzel, Coramina Johnson, Maddie Brown, Chloe Dickinson, Ruth Ann Staley and Max Burzinski; back row: Emmett Orfan, Elias Orfan, Jessica Gaylor, Jamie Scott, Raven Shumaker, Kathryn Higdon, Elizabeth Higdon, Rachael Higdon and Cinda Perry. Present but not pictured were Mack Berry, Anna Marschner, Rebecca Marquiss, Suzanne Marquiss and Holly McKee.
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by ANDREW SCHOTZ | June 12, 2005
andrews@herald-mail.com HAGERSTOWN - Alvin Linn III is working on a multimillion-dollar recreation and education plan that he hopes will appeal to Tri-State area youths. Linn, a student ministry pastor at Bethel Assembly Church of God, said he's trying to raise about $6 million, mostly through public and private grants, to build a community center. He likes Halfway as a home for the center because it's a central spot in Washington County. He noted that teenagers have little trouble getting to Valley Mall.
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