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Linglestown Gazette: Clinton, Obama coming to Linglestown, sort of

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Clinton, Obama coming to Linglestown, sort of

Linglestown Life has extended an invitation to Gazette readers to attend a special presentation at the church of The Compassion Forum, featuring exclusive Church Communication Network interviews with 2008 presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, Sunday, April 20 from 7:00-9:00 pm.

The special presentation at Linglestown Life on April 20 will give you an opportunity to see the full debate that will be held this Sunday at Messiah College, not just a sound-byte. CLICK HERE for more info.

CD Rams sports In baseball, CD dropped a home game to Chambersburg by a count of 2-1. … Moving to softball, CD slipped past Chambersburg 4-3 in 10 innings. Kelsey Shutt tripled to lead off the bottom of the 10th and raced home on a wild pitch. Freshman pitcher Jessie Probst earned the win in relief. … In girls' soccer, CD claimed its fifth straight win, drilling CD East 5-0 behind two goals each from the Yurkovic sisters, Allicia and Kate. ... CD boys' volleyballers suffered a 3-1 loss to Carlisle in Carlisle. … In boys' track, PIAA Class AAA javelin champion Justin Shirk of CD cleared 200 feet for the first time this year with a throw of 203 feet in the Rams' 87-63 Commonwealth triumph over Carlisle. … Shifting to girls' track, CD's Anna Muzio tossed 118-7 in the discus in the Rams' 78-72 win over Carlisle. … Finally, Jay Crosier heeds the call of the roundball, and takes post as CD boys’ basketball coach.

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At 9:58 PM, Blogger Harry said...

I might be going down there myself. I was really hoping to see all three candidates...it's really to bad that John McCain turned down the invitation.


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