Tickets for the Chamber Day bull roast can be purchased for $25 for adults and $12.50 for children ages 6 to 12. Children under 6 are admitted free.
For more information, call 766-8282.
Students who will be attending Old Mill Senior High School for the first time this fall are invited to an orientation at 7 p.m. tomorrow in the school auditorium.
Following the orientation, parents and students willbe invited to tour the school and meet with their guidance counselorand the ninth-grade class advisers, Carol Cross and Sean Swanson. Class schedules will be distributed.
Assignment books, new this year, will be sold for $2. Assistant Principal Paul Vandenburg says the books should help the new students adjust to the demands of high school by helping them to organize their assignments and schedules.
In addition to the assignment books, students may purchase gym clothes and pay their class dues of $5.
For more information, call the school office, 969-7000.
Drive by Marley Middle School most weekday evenings and you'll see the NFL stars of the future taking a lap or two.
It's football season again, and the East Glen Burnie Warriors are accepting registration for players on their 95-, 115- and 135-pound teams.
The head coaches are Lenny Blades, 95 pounds; Dave Castle, 115 pounds; and Michael Francis, 135 pounds.
The Warriors also are recruiting cheerleaders to cheer at the games and participate in competitions throughout the season.
Kathy Anderson, cheerleading director, is interviewing coaches for the squads. Anyone interestedin helping as a coach or assistant coach is welcome.
Registrationfor football or cheerleading is $40. Each youth must have a copy of his or her birth certificate when registering.
For more information, call the EGB clubhouse, 766-0217.
An apology to Anita Lacyand Leah Moyer.
In last week's column, they were identified as being members of the pompon squad at Glen Burnie Senior High. Anita is a member of the flag squad, and Leah is a member of the band.