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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - January 10, 1998, Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland times news Community saturday january 10,1998 3a Community notes police set Public meetings Community meetings by the Allegany county sheriffs office and state police have been scheduled in the next few weeks at Midland District 16 fire company Cresaptown and Flintstone. Police officials will meet with residents in a session at Flint Stone on wednesday Midland fire company Jan. 21 District 16, Jan. 28 and Cresaptown fire company on feb. 5. The meetings Are being held to afford residents an Opportunity to convey concerns about their Community to the Law enforcement officials. Churches plan observances in Observance of Martin Luther Kings birthday several local churches will be holding special services sunday through thursday. Each service will begin at 7 . Churches participating include sunday a Kingsley United methodist Church Williams Street. The Rev. John b. Mcintyre will give the Sermon and music will be provided by the Ebenezer Baptist Church choir. Monday a Emmanuel Bethel United methodist Church Humbird Street. Father to Chapman will Lead the service and the metropolitan ame senior choir will perform. Wednesday ass. Peter and Paul Catholic Church Fayette and Smallwood streets. The Rev. Richard Jewell will give the Sermon and the Kingsley Grace combined choir will provide the music. Thursday Mckendree United methodist Church Paca Street. Rabbi Scott Gurdin will be the speaker and the living Stone Church of the Brethren choir will perform. All of the services Are open to the Public. Summer tour scheduled the activities for life program at Frostburg state University will hold an informational meeting for a fall those interested in an Art and architecture tour of Southern Italy and Greece. The meeting will be held feb. 2, at 8 ., in the flu Lane Center room 140. The tour will take place from june 18 to july i. Stops will include the cities of Rome Naples and Athens with additional Tours of the Vatican Pompeii the Isle of Capri Olympia and Delphi. The informational meeting will outline the basics of the trip air travel land transportation lodging meals and registration. Additionally there will an illustrated lecture by flu professor Randall Rhodes highlighting the ancient Sites from the pantheon to the Parthenon. Rhodes will be the instructor and co Leader of the summer tour. The slide presentation is free and open to the Public. Anyone interested in the tour or who would like to join the travelogue of these famous Sites May Call the flu activities for life office at 301 687-7934. Cumberland times news Cumberland times news usps-140020 published monday through saturday by the times amp Alleg Anian co. At 19 Baltimore Street Cumberland. Maryland 21502 301-722-4600 a Branch offices Frostburg my 19 broadway.301-689-6663 Oakland my 113 s. Third St.301-334-9172 Keyser we. 40�?T/2 n. Main St.301-786-4151 publisher general manager Ronald j. Monahan asst. General manager circulation manager George j. Griffin managing editor Lance White advertising director Stephen l. Stouffer retail advertising mgr Harold Welkerjr. Classified manager Marion Fike finance manager Thomas e. Snyder systems amp internet mgr Robert a. Mcdonald pressroom supt James Bell composing room supt Ronald j. Straw periodicals postage paid at Cumberland my member of the audit Bureau of circulation member of the associated press member of . 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Box 1662, Cumberland my 21501-1662 errors amp omissions Quot the advertiser agrees that the publisher shall not be liable for damages arising out of errors in advertisements beyond the amount paid for the space actually occupied by that portion of the advertisements in which the error occurred whether such error is due to the negligence of the publishers employees or otherwise and there shall be no liability for non insertion of any advertisement beyond the amount paid for such advertisement.�?�. Rare Hare this Snow Bunny was sculpted by Craig Williams and Brandy Reckley on Beall school Road on big Savage Mountain in Garrett county. About a foot of Snow fell in the area in the late december storm. Berkeley Springs will hold Winter festival for the Cumberland times news Berkeley Springs . A from january through March Berkeley Springs is a treasure Chest of special packages sales and events during the eighth annual Winter festival of the Waters. A spa feast on Jan. 24 will offer a morning of free samples for those seeking to cure the Winter demonstrations on therapeutic Massage and facials aromatherapy acupressure sports Massage and healthy exercise will be held from to . To i . At the country inn and there will be a variety of weekend activities. The highlight of the Winter festival is the noted Toast to the tap International water tasting and Competition on feb. 21. More than 80 municipal bottled and sparkling Waters from around the country and across the Globe compete before a panel of travel and food writers for the Honor of Best water in their class. Water master Arthur von Wiesenberger noted water expert from Santa Barbara calif., guides the judges through the Subtle nuances of evaluating a product whose most sought after Quality is tasteless Ness. The water tasting and awards reception held at Coo font resort Are free and open to the Public. A seminar on a water our legacy on feb. 20, focuses on the importance of water in our society. Bottled water producers water facility managers and superintendents join panellists to discuss vital Industry issues. The festival of the Waters concludes March 20-22 with a celebrate George Washington a first time in in 1748, a 16-year-old Washington visited the warm Springs As part of lord Fairfax a surveying Crew. Two Hundred fifty years later Berkeley Springs the town of Bath celebrates with specials and events All weekend for the kick off of Berkeley Springs As a Washington Community. Travel Berkeley Springs the convention and visitors Bureau sponsors the Winter festival of the Waters. For More information and a detailed Calendar of events Call 304 258-9147 or 800 447-8797, and the next time you re surfing the net Check out tbsp a web Page . Officers honoured during the 1997 annual meeting of the Western Maryland chapter National railway historical society held at the Western Maryland railway station in Cumberland recognition was accorded to previous officers. Bill Rosser left receives the chapters certificate of achievement for serving As its first president 20 years ago in 1977. Presenting the award is the chapters 1997 president Tom Conlon Center while looking on is Ted Henry right the chapters president for 1998. Among the other officers who were elected to serve during 1998 Are Richard Markle vice president Richard Kirsch Secretary David Hulburt treasurer Thomas Biery National director Patrick Stakem chapter historian and Glenn Stephenson newsletter editor. Batalion sets reunion for the Cumberland times news Cumberland a the 97th signal battalion association will hold its 10th annual reunion at Kissimmee fla., in the ramada Plaza hotel Gateway on april 15-20. Readers Are encouraged to submit items for the Church Calendar. To ensure publication please submit typewritten items at least a week before the Date of the event to Debbie Haan . Box 1662, Cumberland my 21501-1662. A a a the Flintstone United methodist Church will hold an All Vou can eat breakfast on saturday Jan. To from 7 toll ., at the Church. The menu will include pancakes sausage sausage Gravy biscuits French Toast Home Fries and beverage. The event is open to the Public. A a a Calvary United methodist Church Knob Ley Street Ridgeley ., will hold an All you can eat Pancake breakfast saturday Jan. To from 7 30 toll ., at the Church. The menu will include sausage sausage Gravy and beverage. The breakfast is open to the Public. A a ass. Peter and Paul fraternity of the secular franciscan order will meet saturday Jan. To. The morning Liturgy will be recited after the 8 30 . Mass and a general meeting will follow in the Parish meeting room. Brother Mike will conduct a formation program and inquirers will be instructed at 10 30 . A a a the first congregational Church of Frostburg will hold its installation of officers on sunday Jan. La during the service beginning at 10 45 . All officers for the coming year will attend. A a a the disciple kids club of the first Christian Church 312 Bedford St., Cumberland will meet on sunday Jan. La from 6 to 8 . The club is open to youth 6-18 years of age and meets the second sunday of each month. Youth travel club to hold trips for the Cumberland times news of All denominations May attend. Refreshments will be available and the share room will be open. A a a the jubilate is gospel quartet will perform sunday Jan. La at 7 ., at Centenary United methodist Church Bedford Road Cumberland. The group consists of Jim Glover Gene Streett Belford Crowe Pete Pritts Dottle Streett and Keith Miller. The event is open to the Public. A a a on sunday Jan. La Dana Severance will Lead a discussion on the topic of religious education at the unitarian universalist Fellowship of greater Cumberland. A religious education class will be held for children who Are 5-8 years old. Older children will take part in the discussion in the congregation. A Nursery is available for infants and toddlers. A a a the United methodist men of the Cumberland area will meet on thursday Jan. 15 at 6 30 . For a dinner meeting at the senior citizens building in Ridgeley . Reservations Are being taken by Bob Dunn at 301 729-4408. All United methodist men May attend. A a a on saturday Jan. 17, from 7 to to ., St. Luke a lutheran Church Middle school youth group will sponsor a dance for area sixth seventh and eighth Grade students in the Church Fellowship Hall at 1601 Frederick St., Cumberland. The dance will be a sock hop. Music will be provided by disc jockey Bernie Emrock. There is an admission Cost. Refreshments will be served and door prizes awarded. More information is available from the Church monday through Friday 9 . To 5 . At 301 722-4190. Trinity lutheran Church 326 North Centre St., Cumberland will hold sunday school and adult Bible class on sunday Jan. 18, at 9 30 . The regular service will be held at 10 45 . With Rev. Alan Hart Field of Silver Spring conducting the service and delivering the Sermon. A a a the West Virginia Council of churches will participate in a world religion Day program entitled prayers for peace on sunday Jan. 18. The Bahai i Community of Charleston . Will Host the Celebration beginning at 3 . In the grand ballroom of the Geary student Center at the University of Charleston. Many religious communities will be present to demonstrate the diversity of Charleston religious traditions. World religion Day is observed in january and was initiated in 1950 by the National administrative body of the Bahai is of the United states. The Public May attend. A a a the jubilate is gospel quartet will present a concert on sunday Jan. 18, at 6 ., at the first Wesleyan Church Cresaptown. The quartet began singing in april 1966, and has logged More than 10,000 Miles in travelling to engagements since that time. The group currently holds approximately too concerts a year at churches civic organizations and fairs. Members of the quartet Are Jim Glover first Tenor Gene Streett Lead Delford Crow baritone Pete Pritts Bass Dottie Streett pianist and Keith Miller Bass guitar. The event is open to the Public. A a a Calvary United methodist Church Knob Ley Street Ridgeley ., will hold an All you can eat Pancake breakfast saturday feb. 14, from 7 30 toll ., at the Church. The menu will include sausage sausage Gravy and beverage. The breakfast is open to the Public. Ens away Frostburg a the Summit travel club held its annual Holiday party recently. Travel pamphlets for upcoming motor coach trips were handed out and discussed. Popular dinner Heaters and shows have been highlighted for 1998. The first trip will take place april 18, when the group will travel to Manheim pa., to the mount Hope mansion. The mansion has been transformed into an after hour speakeasy and the group will experience the sights and sounds of what made the a roaring twenties Roar. Due to interest in travelling to Branson mo., the club is sponsoring a Spring trip there from May 3-9. Tickets for seven shows have been reserved and several meals will be included in the Price. All club trips Are open to the Public. For additional information and reservations Call Linda at 301 689-6776. Sunday hebrews 2 1-18 monday hebrews 3 1-19 it a nature not Rtese Ken Hodgdon s -9 column appears every tuesday amp sunday in in the times news on the Ute Region Page. For details Contact Secretary 3608 Dupont Circle Virginia Beach a 23455 or Telephone a 757 464-0513. Email dave97th@aol.com. Or at www.reunited.com/military/m-97thsb. Unitarian universalist Fellowship 211 so. Lee St., Cumberland Beall Johnson its. Exits from 1-68 sunday january la 10 45 . Dana Severance will discuss religious education at Fellowship. Nursery for infants and toddlers the Coupon cupper gets results. Period. Make a Good business decision in �?~98, Call display advertising. 301-722-4600 a a it seems a phenomenon of a tall and massive tree humbled limbs Bent toward the ground by snowflakes so tiny and Light that they float through the Gray Winter sky. Yet As they pile one upon the other they become a heavy Burden. Somehow the tree looks sad. Yet this is no time to be sad for our creator sends the Sunshine and hour by hour the icy Burden melts from each Branch until the tree in its entirety has bounced Back to once More decorate the Winter landscape with Welcome greenery. Sometimes life seems to leave us cold and stooped by cares that pile upon our shoulders. Don t despair for god has a plan and a purpose for your life. Trust him. A stand firm and do not let yourselves be burdened galatians 5 1 worship each week in your chosen Church or synagogue. Hear gods word in prayer and in Praise As your burdens slip away. Scriptures selected by the american Bible society copyright 1998, Keister Williams newspaper services Box 8005, Charlottesville a 22906 Arbyl a restaurant 1202 National Hwy., la Vale 729-0448 Bennett Transfer amp storage Frank a. Bennett and employees no. 1 Bennett Lane 722-6770 the Bowler inc. Winchester Road Christopher photo lab inc. And Chri Studlo 732 Oldtown re. 724-3188 Midas Muffler shop Lavale Plaza shopping Center la Vale my. 729-1945 Bill Brode and staff Pepper s inc. 215 s. George St., Cumberland 777-5050 Plaza crafts at things a your Complete one Stop Craft store Lavale Plaza shopping Center 729-6422 Southern state Cumberland Coop compliments of employees 722-5940 custom floors inc. 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