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These photos originally appeared on WayNet in January 2009.

This Dayle Lewis bear is too busy for hibernation this winter. Hagerstown Town Hall:  Hagerstown area residents can access local government offices at this convenient and attractive Town Hall, located at 49 East College Street in Hagerstown.
The beautiful Evans House, built in 1855, was used to aid refugeee resettlement during WWII.  It now serves as the Quaker Hill Conference Center. Volunteers Bil and Marilyn Martus work tirelessly to hang the new Permanent Collection exhibit at the Richmond Art Museum.

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On this page: Grizzly bear sculpture, carved out of a log by chainsaw artist, Dayle Lewis.  Hagerstown town hall during a snow flurry.  White pillared Evans House, home to Quaker Hill Conference Center.  Bill (on ladder) and Marilyn Martus help hang an exhibition of paintings at the Richmond Art Museum.


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