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June 27, 1995

Springfield Hospital needs to identify photos

Springfield Hospital Center needs help identifying old photographs of the facility as part of its centennial celebration.

The photos, many from the early days of the farm at Springfield, will be in the Centennial Museum on the first floor of the Hubner Building from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday.

Barbara Kelly, Centennial Committee co-chair, said the daylong rTC session is an attempt to involve the community in the hospital's celebration.

For information about the photograph identification or other centennial activities, call 795-2100, Ext. 3218.

Sailing class offered at Piney Run Park

Piney Run Park, Eldersburg, is offering a beginner's one-day sailing class throughout the summer.

All classes are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the dates are: July 9, July 10, Aug. 6, Aug. 7 and Sept. 11.

Sunfish-type boats and life jackets are provided by the park. The course includes basic skills and most of the day will be spent on the water.

Participants under 16 must be accompanied by a registered parent. The cost is $35 or $60 for two people, and must be paid in advance.

Information: 795-3274.

Nominees wanted for volunteer award

The Carroll County Office of Public Information is seeking nominations of county residents for the annual Maryland's Most Beautiful People Volunteer Award.

The program acknowledges the important contributions volunteers make to the community and state.

Nominees must:

* Be Carroll County residents.

* Operate in a recent or continuing capacity and receive no financial gain from their volunteer work.

* Volunteer in activities unrelated to their work or reach beyond the normal workday.

* Not be required to be affiliated with any organization.

Nominations should be sent to the Carroll County Office of Public Information, 225 N. Center St., Westminster 21157 by Aug. 25. Nomination forms are available at Carroll County library branches or from the county's Public Information Office, 857-2973.

A panel of judges will review all nominations and select a winner, who will be honored by the Carroll County Commissioners in September.

One nominee will be chosen to represent all the nominees at a statewide awards ceremony in Annapolis in November.

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