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Summer Destinations 2019: Eaves serves beyond borders

Rachel Eaves will be traveling from Maryland to Honduras.

by Braden Weinel and Alexis Fowler

July 11, 2019

Helping others and dedicating time to volunteer does not scream “Summer”. For Rachel Eaves, it’s a different story. She will be spending ten days in July to serve others in Copan, Honduras through an opportunity at Damascus Road Community Church (DRCC). Bekah Davis, a previous leader for the tr...

Horticulture says “I do” to making flowers arrangements for local wedding: Photo of the Day 5/24/19

Mr. Hawthorne helps Lacee Larman arrange a bouquet for Saturday's wedding.

by Bailey Bennett, Reporter

May 28, 2019

On May 16 and 17, Mr. Hawthorne’s horticulture 2, 3, and 4 students worked diligently to create various flower piece for a local wedding. This particular wedding was for Linganore alumni, Jessie Turner and her fiancé. The wedding took place on May 18.  The horticulture class made over 40 pieces ...

Future leaders hone skills at leadership training workshop

Student leaders work on a group activity in one of the workshops.

by Emily Webb, Managing Editor

May 6, 2019

On May 2, dozens of student leaders from various clubs and organizations around the school convened at the FCPS Staff Development Center in Walkersville for a leadership training seminar. The seminar was designed to teach valuable skills to the upcoming leaders for the 2019-20 school year. Student leader...

Let’s get down to business: Intro to Business class learns ins and outs of working world

Mr. Rich helps Zach Skowron track his social media marketing analytics.

by Emily Webb and Harry Heitzig

January 22, 2019

What fast food restaurants should be in the cafeteria? Students in Roger Rich's Introduction to Business class determined it should be Noodles and Company, Taco Bell, Wildcat’s Den, Texas Roadhouse, and Panera. This food court proposal was one of the first projects of the semester. The project...

National Honor Society inducts 70 new members: Photo of the Day 11/14/2018

NHS officers wait to speak. From the left: Caroline Etherton, Kaley Henyon, Shelby Tkacik, Savannah Sitler, Emily Wolfe, and Jane Quackenbush.

by Haley Enders, Reporter

November 14, 2018

The National Honor Society Induction Ceremony took place on November 13. The hallway was crowded with inductees at around 6:30 p.m., lined up and ready to get their pictures taken on the main staircase. The ceremony began with an opening message from Mrs. Durann Ecalono, co-adviser for NHS. The NHS o...

National English Honor Society inducts 71 new members: Photo of the Day 11/07/18

The National English Honor Society inducts new members.

by Emily Webb, Editor

November 8, 2018

On November 7, 2018, the National English Honor Society held their annual evening induction. An unusually large group, 71 new members, were inducted.  The ceremony began with opening remarks from the advisor, Natalie Rebetsky. Then, officers were confirmed in their positions and given time to talk about...

$1,000 for a cake? How sweets bring a community together

Ronald Harshmen and Jimmy Summers lead the auction.

by Alex Dembeck, Reporter

October 5, 2018

Buying a cake at the local fair may cost $15. At the cake auction for the FFA, you'll need to shell out up to $1,000. From September 30 to October 2, Linganore hosted the 45th Annual Linganore-New Market Community Show. The community show supports the Linganore FFA Chapter and the communities sur...

Eaves sisters show their way into the future with FFA

Rayann (left) and Rachel (right) recieved their FFA awards at the Frederick Fair with Mrs. Doll.

by Emily Sherwood, Reporter

March 24, 2017

Farming is not just a hobby. It is a way of life. Being born into a family of farmers means that you are naturally going to have an appreciation for the one thing that makes the world "grow" around -- agriculture. FFA members, sisters and fifth generation farmers, Rayann and Rachel Eaves, show their love...

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