Manchester * Hampstead * Lineboro


June 21, 1993

Mayor appoints D'Amario to board in Manchester

Manchester Mayor Earl A. J. "Tim" Warehime Jr. has appointed Christopher D'Amario to the town Board of Elections Supervisors, which also serves as the town's ethics board.

The vacancy was created when board member Joe Lovetro moved out of the area and resigned from the board.

Mr. D'Amario was an unsuccessful candidate for the Manchester Town Council in the May 18 election. He was a member of the town ad-hoc committee on water and sewers, which the council recently disbanded.

"He had worked hard on the ad-hoc committee and had shown some interest in local government," Mr. Warehime said.

Mr. D'Amario said he may take the oath of office at the Town Council meeting Wednesday.

NESAP goes bowling to help the needy

The Northeast Social Action Program (NESAP) will have a bowl-a-thon to help the needy and those in emergency situations at 7 p.m. July 26 at Hampstead Bowling Lanes.

The cost is $5 per bowler for three games and shoe rental. Bowlers need to get pledges per game or per pin to raise money for NESAP. The event raised more than $900 last year.

Teams and singles are welcome. To register and obtain forms, call 239-6216. Include preference for ten pins or duck pins. Registration deadline is July 21.


* Manchester: Engines from Manchester, Lineboro and Hampstead were dispatched for a house fire on Chestnut Street at 5:51 p.m. Saturday. Units were out for 30 minutes.

Manchester, Hampstead and Lineboro responded to a building fire on Hanover Pike at 5:58 p.m. Saturday. They were out for about one hour.

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