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Thank you in the Mail Call

Posted by on Dec 23, 2010 in Accomplishments, In the News | 0 comments

“A big thank you to the Historic City Park Neighborhood 1st Group for walking through this neighborhood singing holiday carols. The generous sharing of time and lovely voices added to our enjoyment of the holiday season. It was a really fine example of being neighborly. We hope the group plans to do this again next year, when maybe more...

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Herald Mail’s Walk through our Neighborhood

Posted by on Sep 13, 2010 in Hagerstown Events, Historic Research, In the News | 0 comments

Image by Chad Trovinger Start by heading over to the Jonathan Hager House Museum. German immigrant Jonathan Hager bought 200 acres of cheap land in Western Maryland and built a story-and-a-half stone house with a basement; he presented it to his new wife, Elizabeth, in 1740. Later, another story was built on top.Hager’s house was purchased in...

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On the News

Posted by on Sep 10, 2010 in In the News | 0 comments

WHAG Article on our group! A group of neighbors from the Historic City Park Neighborhood, are taking a city program very seriously. The City of Hagerstown has launched “Neighborhood First” groups throughout the city to offer residents a chance to meet, voice concerns and plan social events. The Historic City Park group meets once a month, plans...

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Herald Mail Article

Posted by on Apr 11, 2010 in In the News | 0 comments

The recently formed Historic City Park Neighborhoods 1st Group’s first fundraiser ended short of its goal, but group member Heather Holman says members will continue to work to spruce up the park and raise awareness of safety and other issues in their neighborhood. The group’s fundraiser, which ended this week, brought in about $450, short of...

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Historic City Park 1st Annual Block Party a Success!

Posted by on Jun 28, 2009 in Accomplishments, In the News | 0 comments

Herald Mail Article The first Neighborhoods 1st Reynolds Avenue block party and yard sale got off to a slow, drizzly start Sunday, but as the sunshine began to show up mid-afternoon, so did the people. “We’re trying to keep our neighbors together,” said Neighborhoods 1st organizer Laurel Kahn, a two-year resident of Reynolds Avenue, one of the...

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