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FAMILY FUN FEST - Herald Mail Media
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The Herald-Mail
5-Day Forecast for Hagerstown
Today
Thursday
Friday
sunshine
Showers and
t‑storms
79°
58°
73°
State Forecast
World Cities
Saturday
Mostly sunny
and breezy
45°
58°
Frederick
82/57
39°
64°
RealFeel Temp
Today
8 a.m. Noon 4 p.m 8 p.m.
The patented AccuWeather.com
RealFeel Temperature ® is an exclusive
index of the effects of temperature, wind,
humidity, sunshine intensity, precipitation,
pressure and elevation on the human body.
City
Mostly sunny
45°
60°
38°
Annapolis
74/60
Washington, DC
79/61
St. Charles
78/57
Cambridge
72/58
Salisbury
75/57
Sun and Moon
Boating Report
Sun
Moon
Chesapeake Forecast
Wind S 4‑8 knots today. Seas 1‑2
feet. Visibility 5 miles.
First
7:41 a.m.
10:04 a.m.
Full
6:08 p.m.
8:22 p.m.
Last
New
Nov 7 Nov 14 Nov 21 Nov 29
Potomac River Stages
Location
Hancock
Harpers Ferry
Eastern Shore Forecast
Mostly sunny today. Wind SW
6‑12 knots. Seas 1‑3 feet. Visibility
5 miles.
As of 7 a.m. yesterday
Yesterday’s stage
2.96 ft.
3.02 ft.
24 hr. change
none
+0.01 ft.
Flood stage
30 ft.
18 ft.
Today Tomorrow
Hi/Lo/W
Hi/Lo/W
65/56/s
53/42/sh
80/49/s
46/31/sh
65/51/s
52/38/pc
49/40/pc
City
Johannesburg
London
Madrid
Mexico City
Moscow
Oslo
Paris
70/58/s
53/43/pc
75/49/s
42/35/pc
80/60/s
58/32/s
49/41/sh
National Cities
Atlanta
Atlantic City
Boston
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Dallas
Denver
Detroit
Hilton Head
Baltimore
76/57
Columbia
77/55
Athens
Amsterdam
Baghdad
Berlin
Buenos Aires
Calgary
Dublin
City
Aberdeen
71/54
Hagerstown Almanac
Statistics are through 5 p.m. yest.
Temperature
High/Low
60°/41°
Normal high/low
60°/40°
Record high
84° in 1950
Record low
24° in 1954
Precipitation
24 hours through 5 p.m. Tue. 0.00”
Month to date
0.00”
Normal month to date
0.10”
Year to date
26.58”
Normal year to date
33.37”
Sunday
Nice with
sunshine
Hagerstown
79/58
Cumberland
82/58
Shown is
today’s weather.
Temperatures are
today’s highs and
tonight’s lows.
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Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Today
Hi/Lo/W
82/63/pc
69/60/pc
65/51/pc
68/48/t
80/61/pc
76/58/c
85/69/pc
61/36/s
68/51/t
81/62/s
Today Tomorrow
Hi/Lo/W
Hi/Lo/W
80/59/t
50/35/pc
72/45/pc
74/53/pc
26/25/pc
38/23/pc
54/33/pc
80/60/pc
51/41/c
71/47/pc
72/52/pc
34/31/sn
35/27/s
51/36/pc
City
Houston
Honolulu
Indianapolis
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
Miami
Minneapolis
Myrtle Beach
Nags Head
New York City
82/57/pc
74/49/t
67/44/t
60/40/s
66/44/t
59/44/r
78/64/c
70/39/s
58/38/pc
82/60/pc
Today
Hi/Lo/W
85/71/pc
83/73/pc
78/56/pc
75/57/s
79/59/s
85/73/pc
59/42/c
79/59/s
73/61/s
70/59/pc
Tomorrow
Hi/Lo/W
85/65/c
83/73/pc
63/42/pc
79/60/s
85/60/s
84/69/pc
60/45/s
82/59/pc
78/57/c
74/44/t
8 am to 2 pm
Lots of local crafters and good
home cooked food including
homemade apple pies, soups,
sandwiches & assorted pastries.
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Our “Harmony Holiday Baking
Book” will be sold at our
HARMONY CHRISTMAS CAFE.
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City
Orlando
Philadelphia
Phoenix
Pittsburgh
Richmond
St. Louis
San Francisco
Seattle
Tampa
Virginia Beach
Today
Hi/Lo/W
84/65/pc
74/58/pc
82/62/s
76/59/pc
80/58/s
80/59/pc
69/53/s
62/52/r
86/68/pc
76/62/s
Tomorrow
Hi/Lo/W
84/64/pc
79/48/t
84/62/t
62/39/sh
83/50/t
68/48/pc
71/54/s
62/46/pc
85/67/pc
81/57/pc
Today’s National Forecast
Yesterday Last year
City
Hi/Lo/Prec. Hi/Lo/Prec.
Baltimore
59/38/0.00 67/52/0.02
Boonsboro
60/41/0.00 68/57/0.01
Chambersburg 60/36/0.00 67/48/Tr
Cumberland 64/41/0.00 69/48/0.00
Frederick
60/40/0.00 66/52/Tr
Greencastle
59/36/0.00 68/50/0.01
Hagerstown 60/41/0.00 68/52/Tr
Martinsburg 61/40/0.00 67/49/Tr
Ocean City
60/43/0.00 69/56/Tr
Smithsburg
60/41/0.00 67/49/0.02
Washington
61/48/0.00 64/53/0.04
Waynesboro 60/40/0.00 67/50/0.02
Williamsport 59/40/0.00 68/48/0.04
W-weather, s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy,
c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms,
r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice.
Prec.-precipitation, Tr-trace
Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs
for the day.
National Summary
T
-10s
-0s
0s
10s
20s
30s
40s
50s
60s
70s
80s
90s
100s 110s
Warmth will hold in the Southeast and build northeastward today. Showers and storms will extend from Texas
and New Mexico to Michigan and upstate New York. Rain will return to the coastal Northwest.
Calendar
Today
Williamsport Rotary
meets at The Improved
Order of Red Men Tribe
is 69. Actor Peter Mullan
Barack Obama toured a
84, 16129 Lappans Road,
is 57. Singer-songwriter
drug rehabilitation center
Williamsport, 7:30 a.m.
k.d. lang is 55. Pulitzer
and met with former
Christian Business
Prize-winning playwright
inmates in Newark, N.J.,
Lynn Nottage is 52. Actress Men’s Connection, Railwhere he called on the
Lauren Velez is 52. Actor
nation to ensure those reroad Junction Restaurant,
Sean Kanan is 50. Actor
gaining their freedom got
301 S. Burhans Blvd., Haga second chance instead of David Schwimmer is 50.
erstown, noon to 1:15 p.m.
Christian/jazz singer Alvin
a return ticket to prison.
Hagerstown Rotary Club
Chea (Take 6) is 49. WisNASA and its global partmeets at Fountain Head
consin Gov. Scott Walker is Country Club, noon
ners celebrated the 15th
anniversary of continuous 49. Rock singer-musician
Rohrersville Ruritan
Neal Casal is 48. Rock
residency at the Internameets at various Rohrerstional Space Station, where musician Fieldy is 47.
Actress Meta Golding is 45. ville churches, 7 p.m.
six U.S., Russian and
Rock singer-musician John
Japanese crew members
Hampson (Nine Days)
held a special dinner.
Thursday, Nov. 3
Actor-writer Colin Welland, is 45. Rhythm-and-blues
Washington County
singer Timothy Christian
81, who won an Academy
Health
Department WIC
Riley (Tony Toni Tone)
Award for his screenplay
nutrition program, Hanfor “Chariots of Fire,” died is 42. Rapper Nelly is 42.
cock Community Center,
in London. Country singer Prodigy (Mobb Deep) is
Tommy Overstreet, 78, died 42. Actor Danny Cooksey is call for appointment at
41. Country singer Erika Jo 240-313-3335.
in Hillsboro, Ore.
Kiwanis Club of HagerToday’s birthdays: Sing- is 30. Actor-singer Kendall
stown meets at Academy
er Jay Black (Jay and the Schmidt is 26.
Thought for today:
Americans) is 78. PolitiTheater Banquet and
“Drop the question what
cal commentator Patrick
Conference Center, second
tomorrow may bring, and floor, 58 E. Washington
Buchanan is 78.
Actress Stefanie Powers count as profit every day
St., Hagerstown. Buffet
that Fate allows you.”
is 74. Author Shere Hite is
luncheon at 11:45 a.m.,
— Horace, meeting from 12:15 to 1
74. Country-rock singRoman poet
er-songwriter J.D. Souther
p.m. For more informa(65 B.C.-8 B.C.)
is 71. Actress Kate Linder
tion, call 301-739-9325.
Exchange Club of Hagerstown meets at Nick’s
Airport Inn, 12:15 p.m.
Food Bank open at St.
All students and parin the middle college atPeter’s
Lutheran Church,
tend school on the HCC ents who are interested in
learning more about the Clear Spring, 1 to 2 p.m.
campus.
The Shepherd’s Table
Students in ninth and HCC STEMM Technical
(Williamsport
Ministerium
10th grade are enrolled in Middle College are encourthe STMC as recruits, and aged to attend one of these free weekly meal), Wilmust take significant math free information sessions. liamsport United Methodist Church, 25 E. Church
Seating is limited.
and science coursework at
To reserve seats, call St., 5 to 6 p.m. For more
their “home” high schools
to prepare them for their 240-500-2483 or send an information, call 301-223junior and senior years at email to [email protected] 7040.
towncc.edu.
HCC.
Hagerstown Lioness
Club meets at Academy
Theater Banquet and
Conference Center, 58 E.
Washington St., Hagerstown, dinner at 6:30 p.m.
If you’re SEPARATED or DIVORCED,
Lions Club of Halfway
the holidays can be hard. Join us for an
meets at Plaza Hotel, 1718
encouraging seminar that will help you
Crab Cake Lunch or Crab Imperial Lunch Underpass Way, 6:30 p.m.
survive the holidays and discover new
Sharpsburg Lions Club
ways to enjoy them again.
meets at St. Paul’s EpisSign up today - free seminar
copal Church, Sharpsburg,
Wednesday, November 16
Crab Dinner Specials
7 p.m.
Program
information
sessions for the STEMM
(science, technology, engineering, math, medical)
Technical Middle College
at Hagerstown Community College will be held
Wednesday, Nov. 9, and
Wednesday, Dec. 7, at 4
p.m., in the STEM Building, room 409.
HCC, working in part-
nership with Washington
County Public Schools,
developed the middle college to allow college-ready
high school students the
opportunity to earn at
least 30 college credits
and credentials such as
certificates and associate
degrees, while completing
their high school diplomas. Juniors and seniors
SURVIVING
THE HOLIDAYS
CHRISTMAS
Grief from the loss of a loved one, can
make the holidays a painful time. Join us
for an encouraging seminar that will help
you survive the holidays and discover
new reasons to enjoy them again.
Sign up today - free seminar
Wednesday, November 9
6:30PM
CRAFT & BAKED
GOODS FAIR
Homemade crafts, baked goods,
food stand, weaving & spinning
demonstrations, pottery, quiltings,
antiques, primitives, jewelry, cards and
prints, teas, herbs, floral arrangements,
wood crafts, candles, soap, fresh made
donuts, wind chimes, plus much more!!
November 12
8:00AM - 3:00PM
Antrim BIC Church
24 Kauffman Rd E., Chambersburg
Contact: 717-375-4685
[email protected] • www.antrimbic.net
GRIEFSHARE
Antrim BIC Church
24 Kauffman Rd E., Chambersburg
Contact: 717-375-4685
www.antrimbic.net
SURVIVING CRAB SPECIALS
THE HOLIDAYS ARE BACK!!!!
$
9.95
DINNER SPECIALS
$
19.95
6:30PM
Antrim BIC Church
24 Kauffman Rd E., Chambersburg
Contact: 717-375-4685
[email protected] • www.antrimbic.net
DIVORCECARE
Find Help, Discover Hope, Experience Healing
Proceeds support our Women’s, Youth Adult, & Youth Ministries
TG Designs
Cedar Grove Mennonite Church
Mark Your Calendars!
9:30 am to 6:30 pm
CHRISTMAS FAIR
Floral Gift & Garden
2016 Christmas
Open House!
44th Annual Bazaar DICKENS VILLAGE
November 3, 2016
held at
Maugansville Ruritan
November 3, 4 & 5
9 - 5 Each Day
Come see our beautiful
Wreaths, Centerpieces,
Decorations, Gift Items!
18007 Maugans Ave
Hagerstown, MD 21740
301-739-9822
Come and enjoy
lots of food-
Also Giveaways and Refreshments!
Place your orders now for:
fresh floral items, wreaths, and greens!
19231 Longmeadow Road, Hagerstown
301-766-9575
www.facebook.com/theflowerline
HM-145865-1
Find Help, Discover Hope, Experience Healing
Crafts, Christmas items,
Baked Goods, Used Treasures,
Tea Room, Lunch, Entertainment
SATURDAY, NOV. 12th
8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
OTTERBEIN
Starts Wednesday, November 2nd until it lasts.
Lunch: 11:00am - 2:30pm • Dinner: 5:00pm - Close
Dine in only, not valid for carry out orders.
Nick’s Airport Inn
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Saturday, November 5th
69/55/t
57/42/s
87/77/t
77/60/s
62/53/r
55/35/r
40/31/sh
Area Cities
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CHRISTMAS IN THE
COUNTRY CRAFT SHOW
70/60/pc
50/41/s
89/76/c
74/58/s
56/52/c
63/50/sh
45/33/c
Middle College information sessions to be held at HCC
HM-150406-1
[email protected]
Paul Hill of murder for
the shotgun slayings of
abortion provider Dr. John
Britton and Britton’s bodyguard; Hill was executed
in September 2003.
In 2000, an American
astronaut and two Russian
cosmonauts became the
first residents of the international space station,
christening it Alpha.
Ten years ago: The Rev.
Ted Haggard resigned as
president of the National
Association of Evangelicals
after a man said they had
sexual trysts together (Haggard later confessed he was
guilty of sexual immorality). Gunmen in Iraq killed
the Shiite dean of Baghdad
University’s school of administration and economics.
Five years ago: The Congressional Gold Medal was
awarded to some 19,000
Japanese-Americans who
served in the 100th Infantry Battalion, the 442nd
Regimental Combat Team
and the Military Intelligence Service.
One year ago: President
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your business briefs
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Broadcasting Corp. inaugurated “high-definition”
television service from Alexandra Palace in London.
In 1947, Howard
Hughes piloted his huge
wooden flying boat, the
Hughes H-4 Hercules
(derisively dubbed the
“Spruce Goose” by detractors), on its only flight,
which lasted about a
minute over Long Beach
Harbor in California.
In 1948, President Harry
S. Truman surprised the experts by winning a narrow
upset over Republican challenger Thomas E. Dewey.
In 1950, playwright
George Bernard Shaw, 94,
died in Ayot St. Lawrence,
Hertfordshire, England.
In 1963, South Vietnamese President Ngo Dihn
Diem was assassinated in
a military coup.
In 1986, kidnappers in
Lebanon released American hospital administrator
David Jacobsen after holding him for 17 months.
In 1994, a jury in Pensacola, Fla., convicted
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Today is Wednesday,
Nov. 2, the 307th day of
2016. There are 59 days left
in the year.
Today’s highlight in
history:
On Nov. 2, 1976, former
Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter
became the first candidate
from the Deep South since
the Civil War to be elected
president as he defeated
incumbent Gerald R. Ford.
On this date:
In 1795, the 11th
president of the United
States, James Knox Polk,
was born in Mecklenburg
County, N.C.
In 1865, the 29th president
of the United States, Warren
Gamaliel Harding, was born
near Marion, Ohio.
In 1889, North Dakota
and South Dakota became
the 39th and 40th states
with the signing of proclamations by President
Benjamin Harrison.
In 1914, during World
War I, Russia declared war
on the Ottoman Empire.
In 1936, the British
Rome
Seoul
Singapore
Sydney
Tokyo
Toronto
Warsaw
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Tomorrow
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1976: Former Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter
defeats incumbent Gerald Ford for presidency
By The Associated Press
Today Tomorrow
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CARPET ......................80¢ Sq. Ft.
VINYL ........................70¢ Sq. Ft.
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CARPET PAD............... 30¢ Sq. Ft.
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Soups, beef pot pie,
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Sunrise Rotary meets at
Academy Theater Banquet
and Conference Center, 58
E. Washington St., 7:30 a.m.
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