• December 28, 2014

The Star Democrat - Easton, Maryland: Announcements

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Friday 12/26/2014
Clough

Clough

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Sts. Peter and Paul Sabres soccer players earn conference honors

EASTON — Sts. Peter and Paul High School recently announced the following students recognized by the ESIAC athletic conference for an outstanding season in women’s varsity soccer.

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Area students honored at St. James School

Area students honored at St. James School

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Terry

Terry

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Gunston students attend student diversity conference

Gunston students attend student diversity conferenceA group from The Gunston School traveled to Indianapolis to participate in the three-day Student Diversity Leadership/People of Color Conference, hosted by the National Association of Independent Schools on Dec. 3. At the conference, which focuses on making students aware of diversity issues and how to cultivate a positive school climate, students and teachers participated in themed-dialogue sessions, attended workshops and heard nationally renowned speakers. Participating students included Korren Campbell, Tyler Urquhart, Kailani Clarke, Kejing Jin, Jack Wilson, Yohanes Gray and Neel Patel. Junior Natalie Purpora and Alison Vooris, director for global programs at Gunston, were invited to work as facilitators. Many of the students belong to Gunston’s Student Diversity Leadership Group.

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Friday 12/19/2014
Manship

ManshipLindsay and Dustin Manship were wed at 5 p.m. June 28 at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Denton. The presiding minister was the Rev. Bryan Saathoff. The reception was held at the Denton Fire Hall.The maid of honor was Emilee Manship of Ridgely, and the bridesmaids were Amy Bauman of Harrington, Del., Jessica Winstead of Federalsburg, Ashley Waltrup of Ridgely, Addison Willey of Trappe and Gabrielle Leach of Easton. The junior bridesmaid was Anna Bauman of Harrington, Del. The best man was Todd Anderson of Denton, and the groomsmen were Brandon Bell of Ridgely, Brice Manship of Denton, Matthew Manship of Federalsburg, Garrison Willey of Trappe and Cody Satterfield of Ridgely. The flower girl was Riley Walstrum of Ridgely. The ring bearer was Owen Walstrum of Ridgely. The junior usher was Alex Walstrum.The bride is the daughter of Richard and Sharon Bell of Ridgely. Her grandparents are Ted and Barbara Suman, Donald and Barbara Bell, and the late Margaret Daye. She is a 2008 graduate of North Caroline High School and a 2011 graduate of Salisbury University. She is a sixth-grade language arts teacher at Colonel Richardson Middle School.The bridegroom is the son of Teddy and Charlene Manship of Ridgely. His grandparents are the late Theodore Manship and the late Joan Deford. He is a 2008 graduate of North Caroline High School and a 2011 graduate of Chesapeake College.The couple honeymooned in Orlando, Fla., and live in Ridgely.

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Morse

MorseChloe Noel Morse was born Dec. 10 in Easton. She weighed 7 pounds, 1.5 ounces, and was 20.5 inches long.Her parents are Sarah Elizabeth Morse and David Scott Morse Jr. of Preston.

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Nolan-Sundquist

Nolan-SundquistJosh Sundquist of Harrisonburg, Va., and Ashley Elizabeth Nolan of Easton have announced their engagement. The wedding is set for Sept. 19.The bride-to-be is a 2005 graduate of Garrison Forest School for Girls and a 2009 graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park. She is the assistant director of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at Children’s National Health System. Her parents are Kevin Michael Nolan Sr. and Terry Elizabeth Nolan. Her grandparents are Gayle Stauffer of Medford, N.J., and Bill Stauffer of Fort Myers, Fla.The bridegroom-to-be is a 2006 graduate of the College of William and Mary, with a degree in business administration, and a graduate of the University of Southern California, with a master’s degree in communication management. He is a motivational speaker and the author of “Just Don’t Fall” and “We Should Hang Out Sometime.” His parents are Paul Sundquist and Linda Lee Sundquist of Harrisonburg, Va.

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Horner-Frey

Horner-FreyAttie Grace Horner of Johnstown, Pa., and Matthew Lewis Frey of Greensboro were wed at 5 p.m. Aug. 9 at the Stone Mill Inn in York, Pa. The presiding minister was Pastor David Garrett, and the bride was given away by her parents. The reception also was held at the Stone Mill Inn.The maids of honor were Hallie Weakland of Trumansburg, Pa., and Stephanie Graboski of State College, Pa., and the bridesmaids were Michelle Murray of Media, Pa.; Samantha Jo Webb of Maple Shade, N.J.; Natalie Sedlak of Greensburg, Pa., and Kristin Frey Langley of Belford, N.J. The best men were Dr. Ryan Mechior of Richmond, Va., and Andrew Melchior of Rockville, and the groomsmen were Tom McVey of Philadelphia, Pa.; Joseph Pusateri of Rockville; Micheal Coates of Washington, N.J.; and Abel Horner of Queens, N.Y.The bride is the daughter of Robert and Tracy Horner of Johnstown, Pa. She is a 2010 graduate of Lycoming College and is a language arts teacher in Lebanon, Pa.The bridegroom is the son of Timothy and Susan Frey of Greensboro. He is a 2009 graduate of Lycoming College and is an investment advisor with Pennwood Financial Group, office of MetLife.The couple honeymooned in Jamaica and live in Lancaster, Pa.

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