Satisfying morning appetites...

The Grantsville Volunteer Fire Department, with lots of community support, raised about $3000 at a benefit Saturday. The money will go to the Uniformed Firefighters Widows and Children's Fund in New York. The "all-you-can-eat" pancake, biscuit and gravy meal was held yesterday morning and afternoon at the fire station.

Reaching out to victims

A "Concert for America" was held at Calhoun Middle/High School Thursday by local musicians, Jake Krack and the Whoopin; Hollar String Band, Nikki Church and The McBrides.

Grantsville's First Baptist Church is encouraging area comgregations to give to a special offering on October 7. (SEE article 9/26/01)

"Boston" flips the cakes

"Doughwoman" Johnson works freshly for cause

"Taterman #1" Jarvis on KP duty

"Taterman #2" fries the perfect tater

Retired Mayor's Group has monthly meeting

The Frederick's enjoy meal

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