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Bright, Busy Seniors Honored On Awards Night


June 14, 1991|By Peg Adamarczyk

Kimberly Jarvis and Jason Pellegrini -- Elizabeth McLauglin Memorial Book scholarship from the Inner Wheel of Lake Shore Rotary. Michele Julian -- Lake Shore Rotary. Brian Eveleth -- Pasadena Elementary School PTA. Joshua Bokee -- Patricia Born Duckett Scholarship, Sunset Elementary PTA. Carmella Seckman -- East Anne Arundel Lions Club award. Kerry McCloskey -- Lake Shore PTSO. David McWilliams -- CHS LAX Alumni scholarship.


Need to shape up before suitingup for vacation time? The YMCA is offering a class just in time for summertime shaping.

A one-hour shape-up and tone class will meet from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday and Wednesday evenings at Venice on the Bay Community Hall, 1919 Arundel Road, beginning Monday, June 17.

To sign up for class or for more details, call Sheila Light at the Severna Park YMCA, 647-3800.


Turn those unwanted treasures into cash for summer vacation at a Yard Sale sponsored by Orchard Beach Improvement Association.

The outdoor market will start at 9 a.m. tomorrowat 1000 Hilltop Road. Tables are available to rent for $5 each. Proceeds will benefit community projects.

To reserve a spot, call Jerry at 255-1786.


Increasing crime is, unfortunately, a part of modern life. We can imitate ostriches and pretend it doesn't exist inour own backyards, but statistics would prove us wrong.

As a community service, VFW Post 2462 is sponsoring a program presented by Citizens Against Crime, the Nation's largest safety organization, on "Living Safe in a Dangerous World."

The fast-paced, entertaining program is slated for 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, at the post home, 1720 Bayside Beach Road.

For more details, call 255-1149 or 255-7101 after 6 p.m.


June Happenings at Stoney Creek Democratic Club:

* County Assistant State's Attorney Trevor Kiessling will be the guest speaker at an Open House set for 8 p.m., June 19.

* Come and help celebrate the club's 57th Anniversary at a special party set for 8p.m. to 1 a.m., June 29.

Dine on a hot-and-cold buffet menu and dance to music by the Esquires. All this and an open bar, too.

Tickets are $12 per person and may be reserved by calling Charles Michaels at 437-9821.


While their peers were leisurely lounging overa bowl of cereal before school, watching the latest episode of cartoon characters, some students at Riviera Beach Elementary were hard atwork.

Each Tuesday morning this spring, bright and early at 8 a.m., over 150 youngsters filtered in to the school's media center to bepart of the "Please Read To Me" program. For some, the effort was monumental. Others enjoyed every minute of it.

The eight-week program began back in April. Each week, four teachers volunteered to read aloud to younger students while older children read independently.

What was the incentive to follow through with the commitment? A pancake and sausage breakfast with a surprise guest. The guest turned out to be the Oriole Bird. Not bad, but with the O's record lately, maybehe's lucky to get invited anywhere.

A far subtler reward was to be with your peers while having a good time and learning to read for pleasure.

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