Up comming evets at St. Pauls Church

All you can eat slippery Pot Pie will be held, Saturday, January 17, 2015, (snow date 1-24-2015).  This is a fund raising event for St. Paul’s Softball Team.  There will be a Magic Show at 7:00PM with Magician Dean Burkett.  Ticket cost is $10.00 per person.  For information and tickets call Bobby Rodgers 301-791-5018 or Charlotte Miller 301-733-2678.

By Popular demand St. Paul’s Lutheran Church will hold a Soup & Sandwich Sale the first Saturday in February 7 and March 7, 2015.  The Lutheran Lunch Counter will be open 10:00am to 2:00pm. All proceeds from these events are to raise funds for a sound system in the Fellowship Hall.

St. Paul’s will have a Valentine Dinner and Play “Love Letters” by A. R. Gurney with the Potomac Playmakers, Saturday, February 14, 2015.  Dinner at 5:30pm (doors open 5:00) The cost is $15.00 per person.  For Information and Tickets please call Charlotte Miller 301-733-2678.

Utility contributes $5,000 to the Washington County community

Columbia Gas of Maryland partners with local volunteer fire department to donate combination carbon monoxide and smoke detectors to Funkstown.
Utility contributes $5,000 to the Washington County community

WHO:      Columbia Gas of Maryland, Inc. and Funkstown Volunteer Fire Company

WHAT:     Columbia Gas, in partnership with Funkstown Volunteer Fire Company, will be making over 130 complimentary combination carbon monoxide/smoke detectors available to the community. Free detectors will be available through Funkstown Volunteer Fire Company.

WHERE:     Funkstown Volunteer Fire Company
2 South Westside Avenue
Funkstown, MD 21734

WHEN:        Monday, December 22
Check presentation to take place at 5:30 PM
Scheduling of installation of carbon monoxide/smoke detectors begins immediately

WHY:         Year round, Columbia Gas is dedicated to giving back to the communities where we work and live. Columbia Gas is also committed to keeping the families who live in those communities safe. The holiday season reminds us all of family and staying warm during the colder weather months. As we turn on those natural gas appliances to cook holiday food or to stay warm, it is important that they vent properly.  Carbon monoxide is an odorless, tasteless, non-corrosive gas that can be a by-product of the combustion of ordinary fuels. Carbon monoxide can become very poisonous if it is not vented properly and if allowed to accumulate without sufficient oxygen. The combination carbon monoxide and smoke detectors will also alarm to warn of the presence of smoke in your home. For more information on Carbon Monoxide safety, including what to do if carbon monoxide is in your home and steps to take if you believe carbon monoxide has accumulated, please visit www.ColumbiaGasMD.com/carbon-monoxide.

NiSource Foundation Grant
As one of the seven energy distribution companies of NiSource, Inc., Columbia Gas of Maryland’s $5,000 contribution to Funkstown Volunteer Fire Company to support the department and provide for the purchase of carbon monoxide detectors is thanks to the NiSource Charitable Foundation, which was established to provide funding to non-profit organizations making a difference in the communities where NiSource companies operate or provide service. The Foundation looks to enhance community strengths, address critical needs and build resources for the future by extending financial and human resources of those organizations that carry out these works.

About Columbia Gas of Maryland
Columbia Gas of Maryland safely delivers clean and efficient natural gas to approximately 33,000 customers in Garrett, Allegany and Washington counties. It is one of seven energy distribution companies of NiSource Inc. (NYSE: NI). NiSource companies deliver energy to approximately 3.8 million customers located within the high-demand energy corridor stretching from the Gulf Coast through the Midwest to New England. More information about Columbia Gas of Maryland is available at www.ColumbiaGasMD.com.

Olde Tyme Christmas Dinner

The Funkstown Fire Company is  again holding their Olde Tyme Christmas dinner during the town Christmas event on Decenber 12th. The door will open at 4:30pm and the menu is as follows

Hot roast beef, Gravy and french fries $7.00

French fries                                                $2.00

Hot Dog                                                       $1.50

Apple Dumplings                                       $3.00

Backed goods                                              $1.00

“BREAKFAST WITH SANTA”

“BREAKFAST WITH SANTA” Saturday, November 29, 2014, 8:00am to 11:00am at the St Paul’s Lutheran Church. All ages are invited to give Santa your Christmas list and have your picture taken.

Start the Holiday Season with Santa, invite your friends and neighbors and enjoy a Breakfast Buffet: Scrambled eggs, Bacon, Hash Browns, French Toast, Sausage Gravy and Biscuits.

Come join us At St Paul’s Lutheran Church, goodwill donations accepted.

 

Yard Waste

The last day for yard waste is Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Rubbish Round-Up

Rubbish Round-up

Fire Prevention week

The Funkstown Volunteer Fire Company will be Celebrating Fire Prevention Week on Saturday October 11th from 9am-4pm with an open house/public safety day. It is a wonderful event for children and adults alike. You will get to meet the brave men and women that protect the community and see the latest technology and equipment that they use in the event of an emergency.

 

Holiday Changes

Due to the Labor Day Holiday, waste collection will be delayed by one day.  Yard Waste will be picked up on Wednesday morning and waste collection will be picked up on Friday morning.

Bluegrass Jamboree

This is a pretty significant fundraiser for the Mason-Dixon Council that benefits the Camp.

This is a pretty significant fundraiser for the Mason-Dixon Council that benefits the Camp.

Funkstown Geocach

The NEW Funkstown Geocach kick off is this Saturday.

Town of Funkstown would like to bring you a new geocaching adventure. Explore town history on this 1 hour expedition filled with interactive puzzles and historic and scenic photo ops.

Expect to walk at least 1 mile, mostly on sidewalks.  All locations welcome visitors

The Town of Funkstown would like to thank Terbear and Jr BassAssassin for helping set up this geocaching adventure. Permission has been granted by the various entities for placing physical containers or accessing information at these locations. Please respect those locations.

This Funkstown Historical Walkabout will be officially published on www.geocaching.com Saturday July 19, 2014 at 9:00 am, at the same time the foraging and music activities will begin for Day in the Park/Battle of Funkstown. Join us for a day filled with fun and excitement as you step back in time and experience the history of Funkstown.

The cache name is “Funkstown Historical Walkabout” with a GC code of “GC587GC”. Enjoy the journey!!”