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In Quentin’s memory, the community runs for LLS at the Egg Nog Jog: Photo of the Day 12/23/19

Runners Daniel Etherton and others drinking egg nog.

by Jessica Young, Reporter

December 23, 2019

On December 21, the eighth annual Egg Nog Jog was filled with runners ready to  sprint (or leisurely jog) their way to the finish line. With tables of egg nog, a huge candy cane blow up arch, and triangle streamers lining the course, runners endured cold temperatures to raise money and toys for a g...

Senior Countdown 2019: Class of 2019 SGA Officers celebrate 19 days left

Senior SGA leaders Alec Deyaert, Charlie Rasmussen, Dominic Barbagallo, Shay Arneson, Erika Katsumoto, Jane Quackenbush, Emily Wolfe, and Caitlin Peigh pose for 19 days left of school.

by Emily Webb, Managing Editor

April 25, 2019

With 19 days left in their school year, the senior Student Government Association members are busy with graduation preparation. These seniors hold many responsibilities and work hard to make sure the senior class graduates memorably. The Class of 2019 Council includes Shay Arneson as President, Ja...

News for January 3

by Lancer Media

January 3, 2019

Thank you to everyone that came out to the Quentin Ingram egg nog jog on December 21 in support of the cause. This year, over five-thousand six hundred dollars was raised for the Leukemia and Lymphoma society. Have you explored the possibility of attending the Career and Technology Center? Find ou...

News for December 21

by Lancer Media

December 21, 2018

Linganore High School junior Nicholas Pare will present a rock concert in the LHS theater on Friday, January 11 at 7:00 pm. Nick is about to release his debut album, MEMORY. Join in for a fantastic night of music with proceeds to benefit the Linganore music program. Time is running out to order your 2019 Yearb...

Work together, not apart: How to fix the SGA’s biggest problem

Egg Nog Jog Committee Chairs Alex Ismael and Jane Quakenbush pour eggnog for the participants during the event, which is one of the SGA's largest service projects.

by Tommy Moyer, Reporter

December 18, 2017

Our school’s SGA has been wildly successful.  In 2015-2016, the SGA raised $12,171. In the area of community service, the SGA holds blood drives, toy drives, and raises awareness for cancer. However, the SGA’s largest weakness is the lack of participation in its events. It is very hard for the SGA to s...

Sixth annual Egg Nog Jog gathers toys for children’s hospital: Photo of the Day 12/16/17

Shannon Loughery and Haley Barge skeptically try eggnog.

by Tommy Moyer, Reporter

December 16, 2017

The sixth annual Egg Nog Jog took place on December 16. Even though it was a cold morning, with temperatures below 30 degrees, there was a crowd gathered in they gym before the race. The event was created in 2012 to contribute towards the 14th annual Quentin Ingram toy drive. In 2004, Ingram pass...

Flutist Katsumoto, more than a melody

Erika Katsumoto, the girl farthest to the right, stands with the Frederick Youth Flute Choir that she is a part of.

by Emily Reed, Editor

March 3, 2017

Since fourth grade, Erika Katsumoto has been playing the flute. Six years later, she is still pursuing her passion. She is a part of Linganore's concert band and second semester symphonic band. Outside of school, she is involved in the woodwind ensemble at Hood College, Frederick Youth Flute Choir, and All-County band. "She has earned first chair in All-County Band as a fresh...

2014 Egg Nog Jog: Annual fundraiser brings out crowds of runners

Student participants getting ready to start the Jog.

by Magena Straight, Reporter

December 22, 2014

The 2014 Quentin Ingram Egg Nog Jog was a huge success! Two of the staff volunteers Andrea Poffinberger, and  Desiree Hirschy both helped to pull tags once racers got to the finish line (to keep track of what place each person earned). Poffinberger said, " It was a good and fun event. It was nice to see curre...

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