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Washington County and the Great War

One hundred years ago, in 1917, the United States entered into the FirstWorld War. Called "The Great War" at the time, people thought it was the warto end all wars. New technologies and innovations completely changed the faceof warfare and ushered in a new era of culture and thinking.

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Washington County and the Great War

One hundred years ago, in 1917, the United States entered into the FirstWorld War. Called "The Great War" at the time, people thought it was the warto end all wars. New technologies and innovations completely changed the faceof warfare and ushered in a new era of culture and thinking.

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17th Annual MUDD Volleyball Tournament

The 17th Annual MUDD Volleyball Tournament, is on Saturday July 15 from 9 a.m.–5 p.m. This is the biggest Fundraiserput on by the Community Free Clinic of Washington County, to raise funds for patient care. They have between 60–66 teams play Volleyball in the mud! Teams can have eight–12 players with only 8 playing at a time, and there must be four women onthe court at all times. Registration is now OPEN!

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Shepherd University Martinsburg Center Open House & Shred Event

Shred it and forget it! Visit the Shepherd University Martinsburg Center onSaturday, August 5, from 9 a.m.–noon to help protect you from identitytheft. Bring your excess documents to be shredded securely onsite (free ofcharge*) in a shredding truck provided by RMS. Materials suitable for theshredding event include all paper, file folders, hanging files, computerfiles, computer paper, notepads, and envelopes. Staples, paper clips,fasteners, and rubber bands do not need to be removed. For prices...

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Francis Scott Key Antique Car Club

An antique car show of over 100 vehicles plus a car parts corral will be held as Rose Hill Manor Park on Aug. 18 from 10 a.m.–3 p.m. in conjunction with the F. S. Key Antique Car Club. There will also be a WW II living history in adjacent areas. The event is free, but there is a fee to register your vehicle. The rain date is Sunday, Aug. 20. For more information, call 240.422.0368 to register, or 301.600.1650 for more information.

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WWII Weekend

Encamped “soldiers” and “civilians,” as well as displays, family hands-on activities, living history demos, veterans; “President” FDR,“Ike’s” mini golf, food, and more will be on hand at Rose Hill Manor Park in Frederick on Aug. 19. For more information, visit www.rosehillmuseum.com.

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