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July 25, 2004
Mr. and Mrs. Gene C. Cairns, of Long Green, MD, and Mrs. William Edward Off, of West Chester, PA, announce, with pleasure, the marriage of Patrick Andrew Cairns and Kristin Dorothy Off. The wedding took place at the Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, Park Avenue, on May 8, 2004. The Rev. Dr. William Hess, of West Chester, PA, officiated. Matthew Cairns, brother of the groom, was the Best Man. Elizabeth Bennett and Gray Mac Nair were the Maids of Honor. A reception followed at the Maryland Club.
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Sports Digest | June 25, 2012
Triathlon Winterroth, Cairns win 21.52-mile competition Benjamin Winterroth of Silver Spring and Hilary Cairns of Washington took home victories at TriColumbia's third annual Celebrating Heroes Sprint Triathlon on Sunday at Centennial Lake Park in Columbia. More than 1,000 endurance athletes, including both able-bodied and physically challenged athletes, participated in the race, which consisted of a 0.62-mile swim, 17.5-mile bike ride and 3.4-mile run. Winterroth, 31, won the men's division with a time of 1 hour, 20 minutes, 50 seconds, defeating the defending champion and course record holder, Anthony Van Lierop . Cairns, 42, was the top female finisher, with a time of 1:30:55.
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NEWS
November 15, 2003
On November 7, 2003; CHARLES L. CAIRNS, JR, of Kingsville, MD died at Union Memorial Hospital. His wife of 40 years, the former Nancy L. Nortman; a son Mark A. Cairns and his wife Laurie of Richmond, VA survive him. His father Charles L. Cairns, Sr. of Honey Brook, PA and a sister Jane C. Bevan of West Chester, PA also survived him. A brother Robert A. Cairns passed away in October 2000. A Memorial Service will be held at 2 PM, Saturday, November 22, 2003 at First Presbyterian Church in Bel Air, MD with the Reverend Richard J. Link officiating.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen | fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | March 30, 2010
Julia R. Cairns, who was known as New Windsor's "unofficial historian" and spent decades gathering and preserving the history of the Carroll County village, died March 20 from complications of pneumonia at Friends House, a retirement community and nursing facility in Sandy Spring. She was 96. Julia Ann Roop, scion of an old Carroll County family, was the daughter of a real estate salesman and a homemaker. She was born one of nine at home in New Windsor, and was raised in the Carroll County community, where she spent most of her life.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | April 15, 1995
Strong games in goal against Penn and Brown merited the Ivy League Player of the Week award for Princeton's Patrick Cairns.Cairns, a sophomore out of Boys' Latin, made six saves in the No. 5 Tigers' 19-2 rout of Penn and 11 in the 8-6 win over No. 11 Brown, holding the Bears scoreless for a 32-minute stretch from the second quarter to the fourth. Cairns leads Ivy League goalies with a 7.67 goals-against average.* Lehigh junior attack Jill Altshuler (Catonsville) led Division I in scoring with 45 points (34 goals, 11 assists)
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | May 14, 1995
PRINCETON, N.J. -- It has been a series of struggles this season for Princeton lacrosse goalie Pat Cairns; against a legend, postseason nerves and finally himself.L But the sophomore from Boys' Latin keeps coming up a winner.Cairns rebounded from a shaky first-half performance with a superb one in the second, including eight of 16 total saves, leading sixth-seeded Princeton past visiting Massachusetts, 11-6, in an opening-round game of the 12-team NCAA Division I tournament.Cairns' performance inspired a lackluster Princeton team that outscored the 11th-seeded Minutemen 5-1 in the fourth period to turn a close game into a rout.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 22, 1996
One would think that, after spending two seasons in the net at Princeton, junior Pat Cairns would feel secure as the Tigers' top goalkeeper.Think again.For starters, Princeton carries four goalies on its roster. And coach Bill Tierney is not afraid to use them, especially senior Pancho Gutstein, a co-captain as well as the guy Cairns originally beat out a year ago. Second, Cairns replaced Scott Bacigalupo, the three-time All-American who led Princeton to two national championships before graduating in 1994 as one of the best ever in the NCAA.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Paul McMullen and Doug Brown and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | May 25, 1997
COLLEGE PARK -- Princeton coach Bill Tierney took aside his goalie, Patrick Cairns, on Friday night after the Final Four banquet and gave him not a piece of his mind, but peace of mind.Would Tierney consider yanking Cairns if things weren't going right, like he did in last year's semifinals and final? Senior Pancho Gustein came in and restored order, and Princeton went on to win the championship.No, Tierney would not do that to Cairns this time, not to a senior. When Duke scored five straight goals in the first half to tie it at 6, Tierney never considered removing the former Boys' Latin star.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | June 3, 1993
Boys' Latin goalkeeper Pat Cairns and Poly's Augie Waibel, The Baltimore Sun's 1993 Baltimore City Player and Coach of the Year, respectively, found themselves in precarious positions this season.After two years as a reserve behind All-Metro Steve Bassford, Cairns was thrust into a starting role and challenged with leading the Lakers in their quest for a third consecutive Division II title and eighth Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference playoff berth in the past 10 years."I was pretty scared, to be honest with you. We all thought it would be just a rebuilding year," said the 5-foot-11, 170-pound senior who, along with All-City defender Todd Quenzer, helped the Lakers to a 13-4 record, the Division II crown and an MSA semifinal finish.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 26, 1996
COLLEGE PARK -- When two goalkeepers battle it out for the starting job, it's usually called a controversy. At Princeton, it's referred to as a goalkeeping agreement.Patrick Cairns and Pancho Gutstein have rotated in and out of goal for the top-ranked Tigers all season. But the situation became a little cloudier yesterday.Princeton coach Bill Tierney pulled Cairns with 12: 04 remaining in the fourth quarter after Syracuse came back from a six-goal deficit to tie the game at 9. Gutstein entered the game and made four saves while shutting out the Orangemen.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,Special to The Sun | February 2, 2007
Italian 19th-century composer Gaetano Donizetti's The Elixir of Love proves smoothly transportable to Prohibition-era Tennessee in Anne Arundel Community College Opera's version on stage this weekend. Artistic director and opera founder Douglas Byerly and his dedicated cast and crew have something extra to celebrate with this production at the Pascal Center for the Performing Arts -- the 25th anniversary of AACC's fine facility. Judging from the large audience on Saturday, the 5-year-old organization seems well on its way to attracting a new crowd to opera.
TRAVEL
By SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS | January 15, 2006
My recent flights were delayed because the airline boarded passengers with seats in the front of the plane first. Why don't they board the back first? We are not aware of any carrier that allows passengers at the front of the plane to board first, unless they are in first class or business class or they need extra time. United Airlines often boards by groups but allows those with window seats to get on the plane first, followed by passengers with middle seats and then those with aisle seats.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 25, 2004
Mr. and Mrs. Gene C. Cairns, of Long Green, MD, and Mrs. William Edward Off, of West Chester, PA, announce, with pleasure, the marriage of Patrick Andrew Cairns and Kristin Dorothy Off. The wedding took place at the Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, Park Avenue, on May 8, 2004. The Rev. Dr. William Hess, of West Chester, PA, officiated. Matthew Cairns, brother of the groom, was the Best Man. Elizabeth Bennett and Gray Mac Nair were the Maids of Honor. A reception followed at the Maryland Club.
NEWS
November 19, 2003
On November 7, 2003, CHARLES L. CAIRNS, JR., of Kingsville, MD died at Union Memorial HospitalA Memorial Service will be held at 2PM Saturday, November 22, 2003 at First Presbyterian Church of Bel Air, MD with the Reverend Richard J. Link officiating. Friends will be received at the church from 12:30-2:00 PM on Saturday the 22nd. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Legacy of Faith Building Fund at the First Presbyterian Church, 224 North Main St., Bel Air, MD 21014 or to the Friends of Jerusalem Mill, P.O. Box 480, Kingsville, MD 21087
BUSINESS
By Jean Marie Beall and Jean Marie Beall,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 18, 2003
Visitors once were drawn to New Windsor because of the so-called medicinal powers of the town's sulfur spring. But many residents who live there now boast about the quiet charm of this rural Carroll County community. "We had been living in Montgomery County and we were looking for a more rural environment," said Barbara Dolan Brown, who lives on the outskirts of town. After driving around New Windsor, they came to what is now the Browns' home, which overlooks the Catoctin Mountains. "My husband said, `This is it,'" Barbara Brown recalled.
FEATURES
By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,SUN TELEVISION WRITER | March 20, 2002
WBFF reporter Kathleen Cairns said she must have been accompanied by the "guardian angel of journalism" when she stopped in Greektown on Monday. As the day - Clean Monday - marks the start of Lent in the Greek Orthodox calendar, the people she encountered there turned out to be in an especially welcoming mood as she was reporting a story. But Cairns and her colleagues at the Baltimore Fox affiliate always are accompanied by a kind of professional guardian angel. The station embraces a philosophy that prizes strong, smart storytelling, an approach that carefully winnows footage for the images and sounds that will perfectly enhance the stories it puts on the air. "Yeah, we get paid less," Cairns acknowledges.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | August 31, 2000
Fox-45 News At Ten reporter Kathleen Cairns was treated and released from a hospital Tuesday after, Howard County police say, she caused a head-on collision on Marriottsville Road that injured two others. According to police, Cairns, 36, of Columbia, was driving her Honda Accord too fast in wet conditions around a curve when she crossed the center line and struck a Mazda 626 head-on. The Mazda's driver was Rudolph Dillard, 54, of Randallstown. Dillard was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, where he was treated and released Tuesday.
FEATURES
By Verne Gay and Verne Gay,TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES | November 13, 2000
Perhaps at this very moment, a hungry contestant on "Survivor II: The Australian Outback" is eyeing a death adder. Or perhaps a hungry death adder is eyeing the contestant. Perhaps a contestant is stumbling over lava fields, or rappelling down a cliff, or thinking about how much he or she would like to throw host Jeff Probst over said cliff. Perhaps, but one fact is absolutely certain: Production on "Survivor II" is now officially under way in the Australian outback, and just in the nick of time.
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