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By Rosalie M. Falter | March 17, 1992
Friendship Church of the Brethren will be filled with joyful sounds on March 27 when musicians from Bridgewater College perform.The Bridgewater College Concert Choir, a 45-member ensemble, will cover five centuries of choral literature, from traditional to contemporary, including gospel hymns and spirituals. Also performing that evening will be the Bridgewater College Chorale and Handbell Choir.The 24-member chorale is preparing for its second European tour in three years. In May 1990, the chorale performed in Poland, Czechoslovakia and Austria.
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January 28, 2014
Your recent article on hydraulic fracturing stopped me in my tracks ("Furor over fracking in Va. forest," Jan. 26). I spent my undergraduate days at Bridgewater College in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. One of the highlights was the resplendent beauty of George Washington National Forest and the breathtaking view from atop Reddish Knob. The idea that one of nature's gifts is to be sacrificed to the promoters and opportunists of high-volume hydraulic fracking is unconscionable.
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March 16, 2008
Debbie and Chris Reynolds of Bedford, VA are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Jennifer Turner to Michael Haines, son of Earl and Darlene Haines of Westminster, MD on April 28, 2007. Jennifer is a 2004 graduate of Bridgewater College. She is the Director of Activities at Heartlands Senior Living Village in Ellicott City, MD. Michael is a 1999 graduate of Westminster High and a 2003 graduate of Bridgewater College and 2005 graduate of Villa Julie College. He is a registered nurse at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD.
NEWS
December 6, 2013
McDaniel women's soccer coach and Sykesville native Sandy Lagana has been named the Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Lagana completed her second season at the helm, guiding the Green Terror to its first Centennial Conference playoff appearance in program history. She also led the team into the Eastern College Athletic Conference South tournament. Lagana now advances as a candidate for National Coach of the Year against the other seven regional winners.
EXPLORE
November 30, 2011
Richard and Jan Kost, of Richmond, Va., formerly of Bel Air, have announced the engagement of their son, John "JP" Paul Kost, to Nicole Corrine Stevens, daughter of Roger and Diane Stevens, of Front Royal, Va. Nicole Stevens graduated from Warren County High School in Front Royal in 2002 and from Bridgewater College in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration. She was most recently a marketing analyst at Sallie Mae in Reston, Va. The prospective groom is a 1999 graduate of C. Milton Wright High School in Bel Air and a 2003 graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y., with a degree in marine transportation and logistics.
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February 14, 2012
Bob and Maureen Huether, of Stoneleigh, announce the engagement of their daughter, Maggie Huether, to Chuck Anton, son of Tom and Judy Anton, of Westminster. The bride-to-be is a 2001 graduate of Notre Dame Preparatory School, and graduated from Loyola University with a bachelor's degree in marketing in 2005. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in education at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. She is a teacher and coach at Notre Dame Preparatory School. The prospective groom is a 2000 graduate of Francis Scott Key High School, and graduated from Bridgewater College with a bachelor's degree in business management, in 2005.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 14, 2000
Western Maryland will face Old Dominion Athletic Conference champion Emory & Henry College at noon Saturday in Emory, Va., in a first-round game of the NCAA Division III football playoffs. Western Maryland compiled a 9-1 regular-season record and earned a fourth straight trip to the playoffs, one of three teams in this year's field of 28 with a streak that long. The Green Terror, Centennial Conference champion for a fourth consecutive year, was granted the No. 6 seed in the seven-team South Region.
NEWS
December 6, 2013
McDaniel women's soccer coach and Sykesville native Sandy Lagana has been named the Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Lagana completed her second season at the helm, guiding the Green Terror to its first Centennial Conference playoff appearance in program history. She also led the team into the Eastern College Athletic Conference South tournament. Lagana now advances as a candidate for National Coach of the Year against the other seven regional winners.
NEWS
January 28, 2014
Your recent article on hydraulic fracturing stopped me in my tracks ("Furor over fracking in Va. forest," Jan. 26). I spent my undergraduate days at Bridgewater College in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. One of the highlights was the resplendent beauty of George Washington National Forest and the breathtaking view from atop Reddish Knob. The idea that one of nature's gifts is to be sacrificed to the promoters and opportunists of high-volume hydraulic fracking is unconscionable.
NEWS
December 30, 1990
Name: Alice PuckettSchool: Fallston High.Age: 31.Sport: Field hockey.Accomplishments: Fallston's field hockey team did not have a single veteran field defender, but that drawback didn't stop Puckett from coaching the Cougars to the state Class 2A Championship -- the third straight title for the Cougars. Puckett, a Havre de Grace native and John Carroll graduate, has coached the Cougars to the state playoffs four times in her eight years at Fallston. She coached this year's county champions (12-3-1)
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By L'Oreal Thompson | July 22, 2013
Ten years ago, Cheryl Holdefer was busy scribbling notes on legal pads while watching her kids' softball and baseball games. Now she's the proud author of “Victoria's Run,” her first novel, pieced together from those notes she wrote so long ago. Holdefer's “Run” is both literal and figurative, as the novel blends themes of distance running and life's challenges. Although not autobiographical, the story is loosely based on Holdefer's life. While recovering from foot surgery as the result of  (what else?
EXPLORE
February 14, 2012
Bob and Maureen Huether, of Stoneleigh, announce the engagement of their daughter, Maggie Huether, to Chuck Anton, son of Tom and Judy Anton, of Westminster. The bride-to-be is a 2001 graduate of Notre Dame Preparatory School, and graduated from Loyola University with a bachelor's degree in marketing in 2005. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in education at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. She is a teacher and coach at Notre Dame Preparatory School. The prospective groom is a 2000 graduate of Francis Scott Key High School, and graduated from Bridgewater College with a bachelor's degree in business management, in 2005.
EXPLORE
November 30, 2011
Richard and Jan Kost, of Richmond, Va., formerly of Bel Air, have announced the engagement of their son, John "JP" Paul Kost, to Nicole Corrine Stevens, daughter of Roger and Diane Stevens, of Front Royal, Va. Nicole Stevens graduated from Warren County High School in Front Royal in 2002 and from Bridgewater College in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration. She was most recently a marketing analyst at Sallie Mae in Reston, Va. The prospective groom is a 1999 graduate of C. Milton Wright High School in Bel Air and a 2003 graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y., with a degree in marine transportation and logistics.
NEWS
March 16, 2008
Debbie and Chris Reynolds of Bedford, VA are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Jennifer Turner to Michael Haines, son of Earl and Darlene Haines of Westminster, MD on April 28, 2007. Jennifer is a 2004 graduate of Bridgewater College. She is the Director of Activities at Heartlands Senior Living Village in Ellicott City, MD. Michael is a 1999 graduate of Westminster High and a 2003 graduate of Bridgewater College and 2005 graduate of Villa Julie College. He is a registered nurse at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD.
SPORTS
By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 22, 2001
If someone would have told Johns Hopkins coach Frank Margraff before last night's game that his team would set a school record for offensive plays in a game and run up 487 yards in total offense, he probably would have been elated. But in hindsight, it didn't matter much. In spite of running 91 offensive plays, the Blue Jays (2-1) were beaten, 50-27, by Division III powerhouse Bridgewater (3-0) at Homewood Field. Bridgewater's Davon Cruz led all rushers with 212 yards on 14 carries and four touchdowns.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 14, 2000
Western Maryland will face Old Dominion Athletic Conference champion Emory & Henry College at noon Saturday in Emory, Va., in a first-round game of the NCAA Division III football playoffs. Western Maryland compiled a 9-1 regular-season record and earned a fourth straight trip to the playoffs, one of three teams in this year's field of 28 with a streak that long. The Green Terror, Centennial Conference champion for a fourth consecutive year, was granted the No. 6 seed in the seven-team South Region.
EXPLORE
By L'Oreal Thompson | July 22, 2013
Ten years ago, Cheryl Holdefer was busy scribbling notes on legal pads while watching her kids' softball and baseball games. Now she's the proud author of “Victoria's Run,” her first novel, pieced together from those notes she wrote so long ago. Holdefer's “Run” is both literal and figurative, as the novel blends themes of distance running and life's challenges. Although not autobiographical, the story is loosely based on Holdefer's life. While recovering from foot surgery as the result of  (what else?
SPORTS
By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 22, 2001
If someone would have told Johns Hopkins coach Frank Margraff before last night's game that his team would set a school record for offensive plays in a game and run up 487 yards in total offense, he probably would have been elated. But in hindsight, it didn't matter much. In spite of running 91 offensive plays, the Blue Jays (2-1) were beaten, 50-27, by Division III powerhouse Bridgewater (3-0) at Homewood Field. Bridgewater's Davon Cruz led all rushers with 212 yards on 14 carries and four touchdowns.
NEWS
By Rosalie M. Falter | March 17, 1992
Friendship Church of the Brethren will be filled with joyful sounds on March 27 when musicians from Bridgewater College perform.The Bridgewater College Concert Choir, a 45-member ensemble, will cover five centuries of choral literature, from traditional to contemporary, including gospel hymns and spirituals. Also performing that evening will be the Bridgewater College Chorale and Handbell Choir.The 24-member chorale is preparing for its second European tour in three years. In May 1990, the chorale performed in Poland, Czechoslovakia and Austria.
NEWS
December 30, 1990
Name: Alice PuckettSchool: Fallston High.Age: 31.Sport: Field hockey.Accomplishments: Fallston's field hockey team did not have a single veteran field defender, but that drawback didn't stop Puckett from coaching the Cougars to the state Class 2A Championship -- the third straight title for the Cougars. Puckett, a Havre de Grace native and John Carroll graduate, has coached the Cougars to the state playoffs four times in her eight years at Fallston. She coached this year's county champions (12-3-1)
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