Corrections on gameFrom: Marcia A. McGillinBel AirIn The...

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July 19, 1992

Corrections on game

From: Marcia A. McGillin

Bel Air

In The Harford County Sun on July 12, in the Youth Sports section, "Baseball" Bel Air In House, the Expos did beat the Brewers for the championship.

There was no statement written that the Expos were 15-0 for the season. They were 11-0 regular season and 4-0 in the playoffs.

Also, the paper states that Jason Driscoll drove in the winning run. This is a mistake.

Joshua Kosiol hit a single and made it to second base on a throwing error. Jeffrey McGillin hit a double down the third-base line to send Josh home for the winning run. Although the Brewers started hitting in the top of the sixth, Shane Justis, the Expos pitcher struck the last batter out with two Brewers on base.

Not only did the Expos play well all season, but they supported each other and worked well as a team. These boys should be commended for their excellent playing ability and sportsmanship.

I would appreciate if you would please rewrite the article to include what I have stated above.

Thank you for your time and interest.

P. S. A big thank-you to coaches Steve Driscoll and Bob Bents.

Thanks from '92

From: Project Graduation '92 Committee

C. Milton Wright High School

Project Graduation '92, a drug- and alcohol-free program and graduation party, was held for seniors at C. Milton Wright High School on graduation night. The project was a huge success, thanks to the efforts and support of many.

These include: Minuteman Press, Campus Cafe and Catering, MacGregor's Restaurant, Hard Times Cafe, Chili's, White Marsh Dinner Theatre, Lowe's Theaters, Bel Air Bowl, Stockton Printing, Lions Club, of Bel Air, Churchville Ruritan, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Churchville Presbyterian Church, Bel Air Copy and Print, Friendly's Flying Geese Quilt Guild, Exxon Station Route 543 and 22, Ronnies Beverage Warehouse, Merry Go Round, the Rev. Joseph C. Martin of Ashley, Harford Mall, everyone who purchased raffle tickets and the parents of the Class of 1992.

Thank you for your generous support. We could not have done it without you!

Picnic a success

From: Augustus E. Succop 3rd

Darlington Peace Committee


For the past 10 years, the Darlington Peace Committee has organized a pre-Fourth of July picnic on the last Sunday in June. The picnic includes a town parade, music and fireworks. This year's picnic, especially the fireworks, was exceptional!

Every year, community residents help in the planning of the picnic. The Peace Committee would like to express its gratitude to Jane Conlisk, June Griffith, John Low, Edna Reeves, the Darlington Parks and Recreation Council, the Maryland State Police, the Darlington Volunteer Fire Company, and the record number of community residents and businesses who contributed toward the cost of the music and fireworks.

The picnic, held in Silver Park, is a strong reminder of how important community is to the American way of life and how much fun there is in nurturing that spirit as a community.

With the spirit of Darlington!

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