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email@example.comBank executive M. Rebecca "Becky" Linton appeared a bit frazzled Friday afternoon, but the cause — Christmas Cash for Kids — was a good one. The messages left for the City National Bank regional president piled up Thursday when she was...
The Salvation Army Christmas Dinner committee continues to prepare for the big dinner it serves Christmas Day. Committee members have been collecting food and presents for those who either need a meal delivered or who will come to the door of The...
Employees at the Tractor Supply Company Hagerstown Distribution Center worked with The Salvation Army to provide Christmas presents to 50 children in the area. They participated in two programs of The Salvation Army. One was Fill the Stocking, in which...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHagerstown resident Amber Stouffer carefully surveyed a sea of donated toys and picked out some stuffed animals that she plans to give to her 13-month-old daughter on Christmas morning. “I just want to make sure my daughter has a good Christmas...
Ruth Mae Spurdens, 62, formerly of 611 Adams Ave., Hagerstown, died Friday, Dec. 23, 2011, at Western Maryland Health Care System in Cumberland, Md. Born Oct. 11, 1949, in Baltimore, she was the daughter of the late William Burley and Evelyn Isabell...
On Nov. 21, Woodmen of the World Lodge 1 presented donations totaling $2,000 to local agencies at its Thanksgiving banquet at Applause Catering in downtown Hagerstown. The lodge presented the following: ° The Salvation Army — $500 for food ° The...
email@example.comAlthough she’s Jewish and does not celebrate Christmas, Lynne Newman has helped thousands of Chambersburg area residents have a better holiday for the past two decades. Under Newman’s direction for the 20th consecutive year, about 200...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHagerstown resident Mike Stoner's favorite Christmas memory involves a tradition that sent his children scurrying to bed in advance of Santa's arrival. Stoner, who recently was collecting money for The Salvation Army at Valley Mall, said that memory...
Sometimes it takes a little glass to create a window of recognition. Howard S. Kaylor has never sought the spotlight, content instead to, along with his wife, Anne, quietly spread a legacy of care and support throughout the community. His generosity...
Tags: Arts, Museums, Culture, Arts and Culture, Entertainment
Wilson Ruritan will hold a country butchering and pancake breakfast Saturday starting at 6:30 a.m. at the club just west of Huyetts Crossroads. The menu includes all-you-can-eat pancakes with one serving of puddin' or sausage patty or sausage gravy,...
Tags: Sausages, Christianity, Religion and Belief, Pizzas, Charity
My name is Linda Murray and I will be bringing you news and events from Hagerstown’s West End. I look forward to sharing news from area schools, churches, clubs and organizations. Call 301-791-2160 after 5 p.m. or send an email to...
email@example.comOn the Saturday morning in the early 1930s when Howard S. Kaylor was introduced to the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, he had no way of knowing the role the museum would play in his life, or the important role he would play in the museum's...
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