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August 6, 2006
Kristen Mellott, 9-year-old daughter of Ray and Doreen Mellott, has become the youngest camper to pass the Advanced Antietam Skills swimming class at Antietam Recreation. "Kristen has shown tremendous skill and determination in a level which is designed to be very difficult," according to an award certificate signed by Mary O. Rotz, director of Antietam Recreation's swimming program. "In the 30-year history of Antietam Recreation, no camper has demonstrated this kind of swimming ability.
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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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