Three are injured in Mount Airy accident
Three people were injured Saturday afternoon when a car stopped to make a left turn and was knocked into the path of two other vehicles on Route 27 at Harrisville Road near Mount Airy.
Robert Thomas Lynch, 23; Anita Marie Muscatello, 24; and Mary Dudley Owen, 36, a passenger in one of the four vehicles involved in the accident, were taken to Carroll County General Hospital.
They have since been discharged, according to a hospital supervisor.
Mr. Lynch, of the 5600 block of Olde Oak Road, was driving north on Route 27 about 3:15 p.m. when he struck Ms. Muscatello's 1990 Dodge Shadow, which was stopped and signaling to make a left onto Harrisville Road.
Ms. Muscatello's car was pushed across the double lines and into the southbound lanes, where it was hit by a 1991 GMC Safari, driven by Cynthia Ann Zimmmerman of Union Bridge.
Ms. Muscatello's car then spun into a 1986 Dodge Lancer, driven by James Cornelius Owen III of Mount Airy, which was at a stop sign on Harrisville Road.
Ms. Muscatello's car stopped when it hit the stop sign.
No other injuries were reported in the incident.
Piedmont Pacers walk through Westminster
The Piedmont Pacers walking club will stroll through Westminster starting at 1 p.m. Friday at the Westminster Inn, 5 S. Center St.
The 10-kilometer walk, which will begin and end at the Westminster Inn, will be mostly on city sidewalks or streets. County Commissioners Elmer Lippy and Julia Gouge will present start cards to the first walkers.
The city event is free and open to everyone. An embroidered commemorative patch, shaped like Carroll County and featuring a team of horses and a covered wagon heading west, will be for sale for $5.
The Westminster walk will receive national coverage through the American Volkssport Association bi-monthly newspaper, American Wanderer.
The Piedmont Pacers Volkssmarch Club is a member of state, national and international organizations of clubs that sponsor walking, bicycling, swimming and cross-country skiing events worldwide.
Youth Recreation Council plans party for graduates
The Carroll County Youth Recreation Council is forming plans for "Project Graduation '93" to be offered to the high school classes of 1993 immediately following commencement exercises.
Project Graduation '93 is a party offered by the Carroll community as a gift to graduating seniors. The party will be given on three consecutive evenings, June 18-20.
Information about the parties will be available at the next meeting of the Youth Rec Council at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Westminster East Middle School, Longwell Avenue.
Each graduating senior will be given a ticket good for two admissions to the party on the night of his graduation. The parties will be held at Four Seasons Sports Complex near Hampstead and will be free for graduates and their guests. The drug- and alcohol-free parties will start at 10 p.m. and last all night.