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Frederick County Leader, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 2000, Frederick, Maryland Please send your Events Calendar items to The Frederick News-Post, P 0 Box 578, Frederick, Md 21705 Fax 301-662-8299, or e- mail at corn Dance Swing Dancing with John McCalla, Dec 1, 9 pm-midnight Walkersville Town Hall Music by JustUs Entry, 410-875-9147 or at wwwpsy- choboy.com Pilobolus Dance Theater, continues Dec 1 -2 at the Eisenhower Theater, Kennedy Center, Washington, DC Fn 7 30 p m Sat, 2 30 and 730pm Tickets, S22-S35 800-444-1324 Dance, Dec 2, 8 45 p m -mid- night at the FOP Lodge W 7th St, Fredenck Lesson, 7 15-8 p m intermediate west coast swing, 8845prn beginner cha-cha dance only, 301-831-3540 Walkersville Ballroom Oance Cfub, dance, Dec 2, 730-1030 pm at the Walkersville Town Hall All levels welcome Entry, each or free with payment of USABDA dues Every first, third fifth Sat. 301-253-2523 Singles Meet Singles on Sunday, dances, Dec 3 and 10, 6-10 p m at the historical Gateway Inn Ballroom, 100 W Martin St, Martmsburg, W Va S6 304-2746165 New Beginner West Coast Swing, every Thurs, beginning Dec 7 at FOP Lodge 91, 16 W 7th St, Fredenck 7-7 45 p m dance, 8 30 10 30 p m 7-7 45 p m adv beg 7 45-8 30 p m mt 301 -831 -3540 "Holiday Hoedown" benefit, Dec p m at the Ten Oaks Ballroom Clarksville Music by Bob Penlla Big Hillbilly Bluegrass Adv tickets, at the door, S30 Proceeds to Days End Farm Horse Rescue 301-854-5037 Singles Dance, Dec 8 8pm-1230 am Knights of Columbus, 20340 Leitersburg Pike, Hagerstown DJ music For ages Every second, fourth and fifth Fn Members non mem- bers 301-739-4113 Sunday Singles, dance, Dec 10, 7-11 pm Best Western inn, Md 31 and 140 Westminster Free dance lesson, strokin' couples 7 p m Ages Every second, fourth and fifth Sun Entry S6 410840-8251 or 857-3623 New Year's Eve Dance, Dec 1am Lewistown Vol Fire Dept Music by the Marlin King Band Continental breakfast at midnight snacks provided Tickets, person 301-898-3919 or 9533 New Year's Eve Dance, Dec 31 9 p m -1 a m Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 1067, 216 E Patrick St Fredenck Music by Roll the Dice person 301-663 4377 or 6281 Oldies Dance Party, 'S0s-'70s, every second and fourth Fn 8 p m.-midmght Inn Dillsburg ball- room 301 US 15 North Dillsburg Pa Ben Barber DJ 56 717-243-4666 Line Dancing, Dance Connection, every Mon at the Mount Airy Senior Center 703 Ridge Ave All ages 7 30-9 30 p m Music CJ the DJ and 301 305-2535 Friendly Folks Square Dance Club, dance every second and fourth Sat 8-10 30 p rn at the Walkersville Town Hall (upstairs) Primarily plus with round dancing 301 865 0569 Learn to Square Dance Join the Friendly Folks Square Dance Club for beginning classes at the Evangelical Reformed Church United Church of Christ 15 W Church Street at 7 p m 301 865 0569 Frederick Dance Assoc. dance, eveiy Wed Woodsboro Activities Complex on Coppermine Road Woodsboro Lessons 7-8 30 p m open dancing 8 30 10 30 p m FCWDA mem- bers Others 301 694 5981 or 898 5505 Square Dance with the Frederick County Promenaders, every firsl and third Fn 8-1030 p m Balleriger Community Hall Feagaville Mainstream with announced plus tips lines and rounds 301 663-3364 Over 30 Singles and Social Club, every Fn at the Oldies Music Legends Hampton Inn 9pm- midmght 301-696 0867 or at www fwp Southeast YMCA Country Line Dancing, every Mon 6 30 8 p m held at Green Valley Elementary School 11501 Fingerboard Rd Monrovia For more information 301 -607-6900 Frederick YMCA West Coast Swing, 7-8 30 p rn Low impact for coup'es only who are begin- ners 301-663-5131 Dance Connection, every Mon at the Mount Airy Senior Center 703 Ridge Ave Mount Airy By the Dance Connection 10 11 30am CJtlieDJ Regulars first-timers 55 301 305 2535 Frederick Singles, dance, every first third and fifth Sun 710pm Holiday Inn at FSK Mall Doors open 6 30 p m No denims DJ Mid-20s and up 301 6826174 West Coast Swing Dancing, every Thurs at FOP Lodge 91 16 W 7th St Beginner and adv beginner 7pm intermediate 7 45 open dance 8 30-10 4b p m Lesson dance danre only 55 301 831 3540 or at tnpod com Mid Week Singles dance, every Wed 7 30 11 pm Inn Dillsburg ballroom 301 US 15 N Dillsburg Pa B Barber DJ S6 717-243-4666 Country Line Dancing, every Thurs 1 30 3 p m at the Frederick Senior Center 520 N Market St Music by CJ the DJ Regula-s first timers S5 301 305-2535 Fredenck Scottish Country Dancing, every Wed 7 30 p m at Hood Dance Studio Gambnll Gym Hood College 301 663 1042 Beginners' Square Dancing, every Wed 8- 10pm at the South Carroll High School cafeteria Wmfield By Wmfield Rec Council 410 875 2621 or 795 1884 Advanced Square Dancing with the Yellow Rockers, every first third and fifth Fn, through June 1 810pm at Whittier Elementary School Caller Bob Falconi 301-694-9352 Two by Fours Square Dance Club, every first and third Fn 8 10 p m at Sally Ride Elementary School Germantow.n Caller Danny Miller 301- 972 3355 or 8711 Beginners' Round Dancing, every Mon 7 30- 9 30 p m at the Carrolltown Elementary School By the Wmfield Rec Council 410 857-5224 Beginner East Coast Swing and Cha -cha, dancing, every Tues a! FOP Lodge 91 16 W 7th St. at 7 15 and 8 p m 301-831-3540 Beginner Two Step, dancing, every f-n 7 30 pm at FOP Lodge 91 16 W 7th St Frederick 301-831 3540 Dance Connection coming to Emmitsburg Senior Center, every Fn 6pm Music Of CJ the DJ 301 305 2535 Swing Dancing with John McCalla, Wed night at the FOP Lodge 91 16 W 7th St DJ music 410-875-9147 Frederick Country Dance, selected Sat at the Adventist Hall near Frederick Keys baseball stadium Free beginner workshop, 7pm, dance 8 p m Entry 301 694 6794 or at http Music Tim McGraw and Faith Hill: Soul 2 Soul Tour, Dec 1 8pm Baltimoie Arena 201 W Baltimore St Tickets 50 50 and 50 800-551 SEAT Larry Gatlin in concert, Dec 2, 8 p m Maryland Theatre, 21 S Potomac St, Hagerstown Tickels, and 301-790-2000 Joe Morra in concert, Dec 3, 730 pm Performing Arts Center Montgomery College, (Continued on Page 2) Tins is a partial list of entertainment events in and around the Frederick County area. A complete list appears every Friday in The Frederick News-Post THE FREDERICK COUNTY EADER a publication of Featured inside today Artist engineers creative furnishings Pages CASH! l-662-1162 SljE Ifrefcerttk_________ www fredencknewsposl com Covering cities, towns and communities throughout Fredenck County, Md., and nearby counties. Vol. 14 No. 90 Frederick, Maryland 21705 Friday, December 1, 2000 wwiv.fredericknewspost.com 250 Growing ginseng yields green gold Staff photo by Stop Lawrence Steve Galloway explains how to raise ginseng in wooded areas to a group of interested grow- ers and foresters. By PAMELA RIGAUX News-Post Staff Ginseng, a forest-grown crop coveted by the Chinese, is "green gold" to area landowners. Like gold digging in the Wild West, dealers say trading ginseng in the Far East has a good, a bad and an ugly side. "The business has some said Alice McCormick, who runs the Ancient Healing Arts Center in Frederick where clients sometimes use ginseng. The Chinese, she said, believe ginseng will extend the aging process and build the body's energy in a "deep and they will pay as much as for one root The price tempted one dealer to sell a mustard plant root instead of ginseng, she said. "He made mil- lions There is so much fraud involved, some buyers say they never know what they are getting "short of going to the farms and watching the ginseng get Ms McCormick said Taxes have squeezed the major- ity of the dealers into the black market, said Steve Galloway, a Frederick County grower who has invested hundreds of hours in pro- ducing woods-grown ginseng that he speculates will be worth a pound when it is 10 years old His ginseng, cultivated in raised beds, will be ready to export in the year 2007 at a potential per acre, and that is a "conserva- tive he said. "Everyone thinks like that when they start out, but it's not said Jim Fazenbaker of Hagerstown, who dug wild ginseng as a boy with his uncles and father, "I deal mostly with wild gin- seng. I buy it from diggers who might only have half a pound, a pound, a he said They find it in the Appalachian mountains in counties west of Fredenck includ- ing Allegany, Garrett and Washington Dealers say that ginseng grown in the wild with no cultivation "whatsoever" brings the most money Mr Fazenbaker said a pound last year sold for S400 but dropped this year to 'sSSO, and the woods-grown type that Mr. Galloway grows would be "about half that" "The peak price this year was so is good." said Mr Galloway, adding that the diggers (Continued on Page 5) r Our Guide Buffalo Wings and Beer an exceptional treat Buffalo Wings and Beer Restaurant, Bar and Billiards 5 Willowdale Drive (Willowdale Plaza) Frederick 301-698-0100 www.buffalowingsandbeer.com Hours: Seven days a week, lla.m. to 11 p.m. Handicapped accessible have often said it would be easy for me to become a vegetarian if there weren't buffalo chicken wings and barbecued ribs. A recent visit to Buffalo Wings and Beer (aka BWB) reaffirmed my feeling that I shouldn't go buying stock in tofu and Gardenburgers anytime soon. The new restaurant in Willowdale Plaza, next to the Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre, can safely boast some of the best finger- licking wings in the area. The restaurant is the fourth franchise in the Washington area. There is one in the Horizon Center in Gaithersburg, another in the Plaza del Mercado in Silver Spring and a third in Cleverly in Silver Spring The Frederick location is separated into two rooms A small dining room with a six-seat bar greet guests on the left half. Booths line the walls and three four-seat tables run the middle of the floor. In all four corners a television set decorates the spot where the wall meets the ceiling. You could find golf on one station, tennis on another and college basketball on the other two. Visit BWB on a weekend and, this time of year, football will be blaring from all four. Same for the sets in the other room. Yet you won't be able to sit down here Five pool tables with green shaded lamps illuminating their green felt occu- py the space on the right half of BWB. Several dart boards take up permanent residence in the back corner. Yes, BWB bills itself as a sports bar Yet this should not intimidate the non- sports wing fanatic from visiting. Just remember, if you wear team colors on the weekend be prepared to "be true to your so to speak And on week days, the atmosphere is 180 degrees No wor- ries about screaming fans and vociferous supporters. The afternoon lunch mood is quiet and relaxing. And the service is quick and friendly At lunch with a co-worker recently, I stifled my anticipation of sinking my teeth into a fat, juicy wing, having been disap- pointed with offerings from several other well-established local restaurants. Gazing over the menu, my attitude slowly started to warm up as I read down over the choices of sauces. There were over a dozen in all, with an added bonus of being able to tailor coat your wings with a combination of any two sauces. And with names like Chick for mild sauce, Rooster for hot, Super Cock for extra- extra hot and Insane Cock for nerve-dam- aging hot, it was obvious the owners were having fun running the hen house. Add to those flavors honey mustard, teriyaki, BWB Bay, Cajun, garlic and, of course, naked, and the combination possibilities are endless. BWB lets you mix and match any two sauces to create your own cus- tom wing covering. I decided to go with two pounds of wings slathered with a combination of Cock-of-the-Day sauce (extra hot) and Cajun sauce Wings here are sold by the pound, not by the wing. A pound of wings with a single sauce will run you Combine two sauces and add a dol- lar to the price. Two pounds of wings, which makes a health meal for one or a good appetizer for two, costs Ten pounds of wings costs The mandatory side of celery sticks can be served with blue cheese or ranch dressing Score points here for the big chucks of blue cheese in the dressing The wings were nothing short of heaven There were no greasy puddles on the plate and the sauce stuck fast to each wing and leg The pieces were thick and flavorful. My sauce combination was spicy, but not to the point I needed a pitcher of water to quench the fire No throat burning here Instead, it made me want more wings. It was the kind of spicy that slapped your tongue around and pinched your lips, making them tingle Mine were tingling for a good half-hour after finishing. That was a very good sign indeed. Score another point or two for the waitress offering up a good reserve of nap- kins for wiping sticky fingers (Continued on Page 4) What's Going On in the Frederick Area Jaycees Hanging of the Greens The Frederick Jaycees will be hanging greens on Dec. 2. If you are interested in helping, please contact Alissa Tevels at 301- 663-0600 x3212 or at 301-524-0128. Jaycees also have greens available for non commer- cial customers with pick up on Dec. 2 as well. Frederick Ski Club The Frederick Ski Club will meet Dec. 7 at Under the Sun Ski Bike, 1003 W. Patrick St., on U.S. 40 West near K-Mart at p.m. Please bring in canned goods and unwanted coats for a donation. Saturday, Dec. 2, Holiday Party at Fort Detrick, 8 p.m., call Jim 301-694-7982 Thursday, Dec. 7, meeting Under Sun Dec. 7-10, Ski in Killington, Vt, call Jeff 301-620-0609 Friday, Dec. 15, Social at Venuti's, 5 p.m. followed by Christmas Caroling to meet at South and Market streets call Jeanette 301- 698-9438 Dec 26-Jan. 2, Ski trip to Jackson Hole, Wyo., call Rick 301-662-9427 Welcome Wagon Christmas Luncheon The Welcome Wagon Club of Frederick County will host its monthly luncheon at the 44 North Restaurant, located at 44 N. Market St, Frederick, at am on Dec. 12. New and prospective members are invited. Reservation deadline is Friday, Dec. 1, by noon and may be made by calling Shirley Miller at 301-663-4951. Welcome Wagon is a social and civic organization. In addition to the monthly luncheon, activities include Arts and Crafts, Day Away, Movie Club, Book Club and Bridge. For more information about the club call Marlene at 301-663-8150. NARFE 409 The National Association of Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) Frederick Chapter 409 Inc., will meet Friday, Dec. 15, at the American Legion Home, 1450 Taney Avenue, Frederick. The holiday program will be Roger Lindsay, Magician. Doors open at 11 a.m. with lunch at noon and pro- gram at 1 p.m. Reservations are required by Friday, Dec. 8. Send a check for per person to NARFE Chapter 409, P.O. Box 1052, Frederick, Md 21702-0052. For lun- cheon information phone Frances Skinner at 301-620-9672 Call Ronald Castle at 301- 898-5800 for information. Christmas Fire Safety House Open A Christmas Fire Safety Open House will be held on Sunday, Dec 3 from i 4 p m at the Mount Airy V.F.C., 702 N Mam St, Mount Airy. Attractions include Santa, 911 simulator, family safety trailer, child ID Station, blood pressure screenings. MD State Fire Marshals Office, Maryland State Police, videos, tours, snacks and more Safety seat checks by appointment only. Contact Kim at the CCHD at 410-876-4448. For more information call Debbie 410-875- 9587 or Youth Stamp Club The Braddock Valley Youth Stamp Club will hold its first meeting on Saturday, Dec. 2, from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Middletown Municipal Building For this meeting, all that is needed is an interesting collecting postage stamps This group is forming to start youth on the road to stamp collecting or to expand a collection already in progress The club is sponsored by the Braddock Valley Optimist Club.and for information call Kevin Kellman at 301-371-4558 Southern Christian Leadership Conference The Southern Christian Leadership Maryland Chapter will host its monthly meeting on Saturday, Dec 2, at 9 3o'a m. at Asbury (Continued on Page 3) This is a partial list of community events in and around the 9 Frederick County area. A complete list appears every Monday and Thursday in The Frederick News-Post
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