WAYNESBORO - Hundreds gathered Thursday on the cold Thanksgiving morning. You didn't hear one complaint, just people ready to give back, hand out meals and a smile. It was an idea that came from some of Steve Geiman's students 30 years ago. The students wanted to a community service project through the Student Council Association. Geiman used to be a teacher at Wilson Memorial High School and he said the students came up with the idea on their own. "It's was the student's idea," he said.
DEERFIELD - According to several other media outlets, emergency personal are attempting to locate a missing hunter in Deerfield. It is not clear who reported the hunter missing and there’s no confirmation about whether one person is missing on more than one person. It is also not clear if the person has be located yet or not. Authorities are said to be searching in the George Washington National Forest. The search might have started late Wednesday night and gone into early Thursday morning.
WAYNESBORO - Coyner Springs Park was alive with the Thanksgiving spirit Thursday afternoon. A group of friends use the shelter to have a little meal with each other — and their dogs. The place emanates happiness and joy. You can feel it and you can also see it in the dogs' and owners' faces. Harry King and his dog Max have been coming to Coyner Springs Park for Thanksgiving for many years. It's a tradition.
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Selecting a term
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