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November 21, 1990
The Progressive Clovers 4-H Club elected officers for 1991 at its Nov. 12 meeting.Those officers are: MaryEllen Seraydian, president; Cindy Starner, vice president; Missy Starner, recording secretary; Jessica Rodkey, corresponding secretary; Amy Miller, treasurer; Erin Seraydian, historian; Mandy Holland, recreation leader.The meeting was called to order by out-going President Debbie Starner, with Secretary Cindy Starner and Treasurer MaryEllen Seraydian reporting. The 4-H pledge was led by Mandy Holland.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | December 17, 1990
Think myth, magic and fairy tale when you sit down to watch Olivia Newton-John make her TV movie debut in "A Mom for Christmas" at 9 tonight on WMAR-TV (Channel 2). As a fairy tale with lots of holiday trimmings and spirit, it's a pleasant little made-for-TV film."A Mom for Christmas" stars Juliet Sorcey as Jessica Slocum, an 11-year-old whose mother has died. Jessica lives alone with her father, a workaholic played by Doug Sheehan. She spends her after-school hours at a large department store admiring the displays and looking wistfully at other girls who are shopping with their mothers.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | December 17, 1990
Think myth, magic and fairy tale when you sit down to watch Olivia Newton-John make her TV movie debut in "A Mom for Christmas" at 9 tonight on WMAR-TV (Channel 2). As a fairy tale with lots of holiday trimmings and spirit, it's a pleasant little made-for-TV film."A Mom for Christmas" stars Juliet Sorcey as Jessica Slocum, an 11-year-old whose mother has died. Jessica lives alone with her father, a workaholic played by Doug Sheehan. She spends her after-school hours at a large department store admiring the displays and looking wistfully at other girls who are shopping with their mothers.
NEWS
November 21, 1990
The Progressive Clovers 4-H Club elected officers for 1991 at its Nov. 12 meeting.Those officers are: MaryEllen Seraydian, president; Cindy Starner, vice president; Missy Starner, recording secretary; Jessica Rodkey, corresponding secretary; Amy Miller, treasurer; Erin Seraydian, historian; Mandy Holland, recreation leader.The meeting was called to order by out-going President Debbie Starner, with Secretary Cindy Starner and Treasurer MaryEllen Seraydian reporting. The 4-H pledge was led by Mandy Holland.
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December 21, 2003
On December 18, 2003, OCTAVIA A.; beloved daughter of the late Frederick and Katie (nee Bowers) Konigkremer; loving aunt of William O. Steinmetz and his wife Betty Cooke-Steinmetz, Octavia Amy Miller and her husband John E. Miller, Emmy M. Steinmetz and her late husband George F. Steinmetz and Darlene K. Waters. Funeral Services will be held at the family owned LILLY AND ZEILER, INC., FUNERAL HOME, 700 S. Conkling Street, on Monday, at 10 A.M. Interment in Oak Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call on Saturday, 7 to 9 P.M., and Sunday, 5 to 9 P.M. In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to United Evangelical Church of Christ, East Avenue and Dillon Street, Baltimore, MD 21224.
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June 9, 2003
On June 6, 2003, WALTER PERRY BROWN; beloved husband of Olivia F. Brown (nee Stagnoli); loving father of Linda and David Rein, Bonnie and Michael Miller and Tammy and Thomas Halley; devoted grandfather of Susan and Abdul Shah, William and Christine Baxley, IV, Timothy and Tina Rein, Wendy Miller, Amy Miller, Rebecca Rein, Tracy Miller, Emilee Halley and Bradley T. Halley; great-grandfather of Kyle, Stephanie, Victoria, Johnathan, Rayaz, Justin and Andrew....
NEWS
December 29, 1991
Because The Carroll County Sun will not be published New Year's Day,our regular Religion section won't appear this Wednesday.Noticesof events to appear in our next Religion section, Wednesday, Jan. 8,must reach our office by 5 p.m. this Friday.Information or questions: Amy L. Miller at 876-8771, 857-0550 or (800) 829-8000, Ext. 6595.
NEWS
September 26, 1995
A fire in a wood stove apparently extended into the walls of a split-level house in Aspen Run and forced a family out about 3 a.m. Sunday. Fire officials said the family was awakened by the smoke detector and called 911 before fleeing the building.Hampstead Assistant Fire Chief Raymond Rill said the fire in the wood stove entered the interior of the wall through a split in the mortar and began burning up toward the roof of the house in the 100 block of Opal Avenue.Firefighters ripped off the exterior siding of the wall near the stove to extinguish the blaze and check for possible spreading of the flames.
NEWS
December 14, 1992
As Joe Friday Said, Just the FactsPlease consider returning to the tabloid-sized Carroll County Sun of the past several years -- whether bi-weekly or more often. Currently, the front page of the "county" section features more area and city news than that from Carroll . . .In addition, errors are increasing, probably because of aexpanded staff unfamiliar with the county and its history. I cite two recent examples:* The brick church sketched on page 4B on Nov. 29 is St. Mary'United Church of Christ in Silver Run and not the stone Lutheran Church as the caption states . . .* In "Salmagundi" on Dec. 3, the writer refers to "New Windsor College."
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | September 25, 2012
Two Harford County residents are among 10 Ravens Cash Fantasy scratch-off players who have been selected to travel with the Ravens to the Kansas City Chiefs game, the Maryland Lottery announced this week. Harford winners Martin Pollitt, of Abingdon, and Amy Miller, of Bel Air, and the other winners and their guests will fly on the team plane, stay in the team hotel and attend the Oct. 7 game at Arrowhead Stadium. The 10 winners, who can each bring a guest, will travel with the team to Kansas City on Oct. 6. In addition to flying on the team plane and staying in the team hotel, each winner will receive $500 in spending money.
NEWS
September 4, 1991
Two county 4-H dairy judging teams took top honors at the Maryland State Fair Saturday.The junior and intermediate dairy judging teams from Carroll placed first in the state. The senior team placed fourth.Junior team members were Amanda Holland of Uniontown, Kristin Myers of New Windsor and Jeena Rinehart and Justin Thomas, both of Taneytown.Two junior team members also won individual honors. Rinehartwas first overall in the state, and Thomas placed first in the "reasons" category.In dairy judging contests, 4-H'ers are required to evaluate several cows of the same age and compare them with their knowledge of an ideal cow. They also must justify their evaluation with oral reasons.
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