Chesapeake High Will Bring To Life 'Sound Of Music'


April 12, 1991|By Peg Adamarczyk

Enjoy the excitement and the music of live theater at the student production of "The Sound of Music," April 25-27 at Chesapeake High School. Curtain time is 7 p.m.

The Chesapeake drama department will bring to life the delightful story of Maria and the Von Trapp family for its spring production.

The musical, directed by Dan Ortmeyer, with musical direction by Karen Uhl, will feature students from Chesapeake and local elementaryschools.

Playing the part of Maria, the young, unsure postulant from Nonnberg Abbey, is Holly Taylor. Jack Dourakos will play the strait-laced Austrian Capt. Georg Von Trapp. Jonda Madison is the mother abbess, and nuns will be Samantha Sheffield, Karin Necessary, Christina Jones, Amie McIntyre, Lauren Cawter, Tina Dodson, Beth Blaoe, Carrie Wareheim, Melissa Modero, Robin Beke, Carrie Williar, Lori Heisterhagen and Cortney Clulow.

Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children. For more details, call the school at 255-9600.


The names of elementary school science fair winners are still trickling in.

At Fort Smallwood Elementary, more than 150 students, kindergarten through fifth grade, submitted projects.

First- , second- and third-place

winners are: kindergarten, Mary Pat Death (first), CathyCacchione (second) and Eric Dunton (third). First grade, Brandon Flohr, Jonathan Miller and Tina Robaczynski. Second grade, Ben Copley, Matthew Death and Andrew Weisenborn. Third grade, Stephanie Robaczynski, Lynda Warejko and Greg Cacchione. Fourth grade, Lisa Copley, Andy O'Dell and Jessica Barrett. Fifth grade, Kim Carpenter, Carrie Arnoldand Mandy Jones.

Two students were selected to represent the school at the county level: fourth-grader Lisa Copley and fifth-grader Kim Carpenter.

More than 100 student projects were submitted in Pasadena Elementary School's fair last week.

The first- , second- and third-place winners are: kindergarten, Elizabeth Rodenhizer (first), Jodi Kleier (second) and Anthony Gedeik (third). First grade, MichaelMcNey, Michael Eaton and Shirin Nicholson. Second grade, Shannon Reichenbach, Patricia Blanchard and Matthew Clarke. Third grade, Laura Tabellion, Melvin Guthrie and Katie Cunningham. Fourth grade, Jeffrey Coomes, Sara Crespo and Rebecca Friesner. Fifth grade, Demetrius Jones, Christopher Zalamia and Dawn Blanchard.


The Lake Shore School PTO and Citizens Advisory Council is looking for nominees for elected executive officers for next school


Those consideringrunning should contact principal Thomas Johnson at 255-5920 for moredetails.


Pasadena Assembly of God, 206 Pleasantview Ave., will have a guest speaker at Sunday's 11 a.m. service.

The Rev. David M. Harvey, founder and director of Project Life Ministries, will present a program focusing on the positive Christian effort for life.

The public is invited.


North Arundel Hospital will bring its Pediatric Educational Program to young students at St. Jane FrancesSchool Wednesday.

Nurse Karen Baker will be visiting with kindergarten, first- and second-graders, introducing them to equipment at a hospital.

In the presentation, students will be shown procedures they will

go through if they are patients. Following the talk, youngsters will be permitted to touch IV bags, blood tubes and role-play with some of the equipment.

Orchard Beach Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary will sponsor a sub sale from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 26 at the Solley Road fire hall.

The Italian cold-cut subs, made bythe volunteers and packed with assorted meats, cheeses and condiments, are $3 each.

Free delivery is available for orders of five subsor more. To place your order, call Marie Soutar at 255-1607 or the fire hall at 437-3496.


The YMCA day-care program for students at Lake Shore School is accepting registrations for the 1991-1992 school year for before- and after-school care. The center will also be providing after-camp care for children enrolled in the YMCA summer camp at Fort Smallwood.

For child-care information, call Pegy Hoover at 360-1707.

For information on Camp Smallwood, call the Glen Burnie YMCA at 761-1251.


The United Methodist Men at Community United Methodist Church are sponsoring a roast beef dinner tomorrow from 4 to 7 p.m. at the church, 8680 Fort Smallwood Road.

The cost for hot roast beef with

gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, dessertand a beverage, is $5 adults, $3 for 12-and-under.


The VFW Post No. 2462 will sponsor a shrimp and beef roast from 8 to midnight tomorrow at the hall, 1720 Bayside Beach Road.

The cost is $20 perperson and there is just too much food to list! There will be prizesand wheel games, too.

For information, call 437-5639.


Clean your car's exterior and fill your body's interior at the car wash and bake sale, sponsored by Girl Scout Troop 786 tomorrow from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Wilson's Citgo on Mountain Road.

The cost is $3 for cars. The charge for trucks and vans will be slightly higher.

Proceeds will be used to help pay for the Cadettes' trip to Girl Scout Expo '91 at Kings Dominion.


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