HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL IS BACK!

Linganore (61) vs. Frederick (58)  011317
boys varsity basketball

 

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This marks a very special week with a national holiday on Monday and our Presidential inauguration on Friday.  We will bring you special coverage of all the news, traffic and inauguration events and a very special live feed during the inaugaration from 11 to 1:30pm on Friday.

And now your Community Circle for this week:

 

 

Once again this Tuesday you can join your friends at the Thurmont Senior Ctr. For Line Dancing from 10-11 a.m. Hangout after Line Dancing for Winning the Paper Battle,” from 1-2 p.m. to learn how to turn piles of paper into useful files & find important information easily & quickly.

Tuesday evening those in need are invited to Thurmont United Methodist Church Clothes Closet on Long Rd., from 10-11:30 a.m. for free clothing, household items and more. Donations are accepted too.

Wednesday the Frederick County Solar Co-op Information Session will be held at the C. Burr Artz Library on E. Patrick St. in Frederick at 7 p.m. Want to go solar? Frederick County Government has teamed up with MD Solar United Neighborhoods to help homeowners join the co-op to save money & make solar easier. To register: go to mdsun.org/frederick.

Thursday Hospice of Frederick County invites you to their Grief Education Support group on Trail Ave. in Frederick from 2-3pm. This group is designed to provide support to individuals who have experienced the death of a loved one. Participants can share their stories and express their grief. Being with individuals who have had similar experiences and similar feelings allows a sharing to take place. No registration required. Continues through Feb. 9.

Friday the Small Business Development Center invites you to their campus on Spectrum Dr. in Frederick for a free seminar entitled: Grow Your Business With Social and Email Marketing from 10am to noon.

Friday evening at 7:30pm enjoy Music in Gettysburg at a premier concert series featuring international, regional and local musical artists for the greater south central Pennsylvania region. It will be Burns Night – Celebrating Robert Burns, Scotland’s national bard, with his verse, and music from the Highlands by Cormorant’s Fancy. Concerts are free and open to the public in the chapel of the Gettysburg Seminary.

Saturday there will be a Preschool Open House for Fall 2017 for Good Shepherd Lutheran Church on West 7th St., in Frederick. The open house begins at 10 a.m. Classes are for 2, 3 & 4 yr. olds.

Saturday is Story & Craft Hour at the Blue Ridge Summit Free Library. The fun begins at 11 a.m.

Saturday afternoon attend a Senior Care Seminar at the Thurmont Senior Center from 2-4:30 p.m. sponsored by Catoctin Community Medical Group.

Saturday night the Ott House Presents the well known local band “Sticktime,” on W Main St. in Emmitsburg at 9:30 p.m. There will be a $5 cover charge with door prizes, an Ott House Vendor Auction at 11 p.m. All proceeds go to benefit the Catoctin High School Class of 2017 Safe & Sane.

Sunday Orders are due for the Catoctin High School Future Farmers of America Butchering at Catoctin High School on February 10. For more information contact Amy.Poffenberger@fcps.org.

The Community Circle is a free public service of AM1450 The Source.

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WEEKDAY SCHEDULE

Hugh Hewitt’s Morning in America 6-9 am
The Mike Gallagher Show 9-12 pm
Lunchtime Groove Jam 12-2 pm
Dave Ramsey 2-5pm
Eye on our Community w/ co-hosts Kai Hagen & Ysela Bravo 5-6pm Mon., Tues., Fri.
Thor at Four 4-6pm Wed.
Extra Talk 5-6pm Thurs.
Classic Rock 6-9pm
The Steve Deace Show 9pm – midnight
 The Blair Garner Show Midnight – 6am

* Regular schedule may be pre-empted by sporting events

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