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September 27, 2006

Magness wins $12,000 in Classic Grand Prix

Tracy Magness of Baltimore and two other Maryland horse riders took top honors at Sunday's $40,000 Columbia Classic Grand Prix. Magness' time of 37.699 seconds earned her a $12,000 purse.

The second-place prize of $8,800 went to Mary Lisa Leffler of Brookeville. The third-place winner, Marilyn Little of Frederick, earned $5,200.

Twenty-six riders from New York, Florida, New Jersey and Virginia competed in the event, which was held on the campus of Howard Community College in Columbia.

Tracey Weinberg of Lovettsville, Va., took first place in the $10,000 Junior/Amateur Classic, which preceded the main event. She earned a purse of $3,000.

Board reappoints Clancy, McLaughlin

Patrick J. Clancy, attorney and partner at Krooth & Altman LLP in Washington, and Charles McLaughlin, retired grant and contract administrator for the federal government, have been reappointed to the Howard County Library board of trustees.

Both are Howard County residents.

They will continue to serve along with five other trustees.

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