Home » 2013 » March (Page 4)

Easter services

No Comment

Witness walk: The South Jefferson Ministerial Association will host a ‘Walk Of Witness’ at 10 a.m. on Good Friday. The walk begins at Asbury United Methodist Church in Charles Town and concludes at Edge Hill Cemetery. Call 304-725-5513 or visit myasburychurch.org for more information. Special service: The Jefferson County Association of Black Clergy will sponsor […]

Continue reading …
Operatic baritone to sing in Harpers Ferry

HARPERS FERRY — Operatic baritone Warren Fremling will be the soloist and hymn leader at the Easter Sunrise Service Sunday. The service takes place at the Harper Cemetery on Fillmore Street in Harpers Ferry and will begin at 6:30 a.m. Fremling will also be a soloist at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 898 Washington Street in […]

Continue reading …

Out&about

No Comment

First Tuesdays Charles Town’s the Tap House now offers First Tuesdays, a new open-mic event. Open to bands or individuals, including musicians of any ability or age, performers will enjoy the bar’s big stage and state-of-the-art lighting and sound system. It’s also possible to get a recording of any live performance. Besides being a hub […]

Continue reading …

This week  Fire department fundraiser: Blue Ridge Mountain Fire Co. will be holding a craft and vendor show from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. An Easter egg hunt for children will start at 1 p.m. Easter flower sale: Blue Ridge Mountain Fire Co. will sell flowers today through Saturday starting at 10 a.m. each […]

Continue reading …

Community Notes

No Comment

Scholarship available: Applications are being accepted for the 2013 Woman’s Club of Harpers Ferry Carrie Schilling College Scholarship. The scholarship is for $1,000 and is open to students at Washington or Jefferson high schools who plan a college major in the arts and humanities, environmental studies or public service fields. For an application, contact the […]

Continue reading …
French foils Bulldogs in first start

Ryan French made his first varsity start a memorable one. The Washington sophomore right-hander waded through Martinsburg’s lineup with economical ease as his complete-game effort showed him allowing only three hits and no earned runs. And only one walk. Washington used a five-run inning against Bulldog starter Curtie Miller and a four-run inning against relievers […]

Continue reading …

Washington was finally able to open its girls tennis schedule, and the Patriots blanked Musselman, 7-0. Singles winners for Washington were Jill Spuria, Mackenzie Littleton, Amber Barr, and Dori Sanders. The two doubles matches played were won by Spuria/Amber Barr and Jessica Barr/Laurel Shuff and then Littleton/Sanders received a forfeit win. In a 6-1 team […]

Continue reading …

The Jefferson girls tennis team dropped a 5-2 decision to visiting Hedgesville to open its 2013 season. After the Lady Eagles had posted wins in all four singles matches, Jefferson managed wins at No. 1 doubles with Shelby Stanton/Susanne Lindsay and at No. 3 doubles with Kaley Hoffman/Hunter Roll defeating their Hedgesville opponents. Even with […]

Continue reading …

Jefferson defeated visiting Hedgesville, 6-1, to get its boys tennis season underway. The Cougars had singles wins from Devin Forman, Isaac Washington, Kaleb Lochner and Christian Shimer. Two of the three doubles matches went to Jefferson with No. 1 Forman/Washington and No. 2 Lochner/Drew Polczynski getting wins over the Eagles. Hedgesville’s No. 3 doubles team […]

Continue reading …
Washington evens softball record

Even though Amber Curry drilled a home run and had two hits, Washington found homestanding Musselman too difficult to handle and dropped a 14-4 season-opening softball decision to the Lady Applemen. Musselman was 2-0 with the victory. Sabrina Shroades was Musselman’s winning pitcher, and Nikki Dusing had three doubles and four RBIs to pace the […]

Continue reading …