Taneytown * Union Bridge

NORTHWEST --

February 10, 1993

'Mathletes' getting ready for competition

The Northwest Middle School Mathletes, a group of more than 20 math enthusiasts, have begun "working out" in preparation for the regional Mathcounts Competition to be held Feb. 27 in Hagerstown.

The mind-stretching exercises take place two afternoons a week under the supervision of coaches Deborah Messinger, Paul Sauvageau, Mary Ann Galandak and Allan Dawson. This is the ninth year that Northwest Middle has entered the regional competition.

CYC Council honors members with awards

The winter Christian Youth Crusaders Honor Council recently honored 56 Heralds and Cadets in ceremonies at Evangelical Christian Church in Keymar.

Heralds are children in the first through third grades; Cadets are in fourth through sixth grades.

Twenty-four Joybells, preschoolers age 3 to 5 years, received membership.

Those receiving badges and pins as Heralds were: Gary Barnes, Whitney Boone, Sarah Haines, Krystal Higgs, Cassie Lookingbill, Tess Sparkman, Brandy Tyeryar, Markle Brungardt, Jonathan Gill, Danielle Hess, Vanessa Kramer, Tyler Moore, Emily Smith, Shannon Stonesifer, Natasha Thomas, Ashley Wantz, Lauren Wantz, Doug Honeycutt, Joshua Kline, Lance Kramer, Justin Stonesifer, Melissa Wantz, Jennifer Waskiewicz and Wesley Watkins.

Cadets earning pins were: Lissette Acosta, Lisa Barnes, Rebecca Haarer, Rusty Hagan, Lauren Hess, Jessica Jones, Stephanie Kramer, Ryan Moore, Carrie Ness, Alicia Redding, Crystal Rowe, Shane Smith, Matthew Thurman, April Tooker, J. T. Tyeryar, Matthew Weddle, Chad Boone, Eric Bostian, Dale Kline, Shane Stonesifer, Heather Gill, Jamie Gumm, Nicholas Hoifs, LeAnn Honeycutt, Amber Keyser, Jennifer Kramer, Martin Lookingbill, Randy Stonesifer, Adam Weddle and Michael Wolf.

For information about the CYC program or CYC summer camps, call Anne Lethbridge at 775-2553, or Sharon Hershey at (717) 637-2552.

FIRE

* Union Bridge: Units were called for an investigation on Elger Street at 6:55 a.m. Tuesday and were out for 30 minutes.

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