Chamber's Campaign Adds To Membership


Dinner-dance Tops Off Six-weekevent

August 28, 1991|By Vicki Wellford

The sign hanging in Odenton says "Join West for Success."

This isthe theme for the West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce annual membership campaign. Two teams will compete for both individual andteam prizes during the six-week campaign in August and September.

Jerry Boyer of Long & Foster Realtors is the captain of "Best of the West."

Team members include:

Maria Anthony and Larry Brinson of Cross Keys Insurance Agency; Mary Chewning of Chewning Properties; and Doll Haley and Geoff Johnson of Johnson Insurance Agency.

Rosalie Jones of the Washington Savings Bank; Carl Marvel of Fairfax Mortgage Corp.; and Jodi McMannis and Joyce Ohmer of the Bank of Glen Burnie.

Bernie Robinson of Maryland National Bank; and Harold Rossof Maryland Department of Economic Development.

Lee Scott of Classic Kitchens; Tom Stone of Stone Dental Laboratories; Vic Unnone of Maryland Gazette; and Marle Waring of State Farm Insurance.

Chuck Mosca of Alichar and Associates is the captain of "Team West."

His team members include:

Dick Barton of Baron Ceilings & Commercial Interiors; Betty Evans of C & P Telephone Co. of Maryland; Mike Feraciof Many Happy Returns; Ed Griemsmann of Griemsmann Management; and Bud Hamilton of Banner Glass.

Nina Hendrix of Citizens National Bank; Jeff Jefferson of BG&E; Carl Nanney of Auto Collision; Dave Patterson of Gambrills Insurance Service; Earl Pfeifer and Elizabeth Reinsch of 5% Realty Co. Ltd.; Mike Schellman of Cooperative Direct Mail Advertising T/A "Super Coups Anne Arundel County;" Sue Sellner of L.S. Lee; Jim Thomas of Dudley Products; and Adrienne Watts, CPA.

Prospective members should call 672-3422 for additional information.

The campaign will culminate at the 30th annual Meet Your Neighbor dinner-dance Sept. 28 at the BWI Holiday Inn.


There will be a lot of new faces this year at Arundel High School. Along with the new ninth- and 10th-grade classes, there are some new teachers and administrators. Ellen Corbett, Sylvia Edwards and Lois Peterson have joined the English department. Matthew Ellenberger will teach social studies and science, with Deborah Fernandez, Judith Kay and Gerry Quickel withteach mathematics. Janet Epple, Ann Frost and Paul Yannuzzi are new to the science department.

Eugene Kirk, Jerry Meconi, and Carita Randall are new special education teachers. Lynne Layton will teach Spanish. Bruce O'Neill and Geraldine Venturella will teach social studies. Joining the administration staff are Stephen Mitas and Davidson Watts.

At 7 p.m. tonight in the school auditorium there will be a parent and student orientation program for new Arundel students, including all ninth- and 10th-grader students and transfer students. With the influx of new students, reporting dates for the first day of school are staggered. Tenth-graders are to report to school Sept. 3. Students in the ninth-grade are to report to school Sept. 4 and all otherstudents are to report Sept. 5.


The Windy Knoll Horsemen is a group of riders who sponsor a variety of events, including trail rides and horse shows. Members work with the 4H clubs, getting them involved in different horse activities. To help with the expenses, the organization has scheduled a fall craft show and flea market 9 a.m. to3 p.m. Sept. 21 at Jerman's IGA Foodliner Center in Gambrills. A variety of crafts, flea market items and refreshments will be available.If you are interested in renting space, please call Sharon Fraundorfer at 969-1166.


The Fort Meade Officers' Wives Club has scheduled its annual Welcome Coffee 10:30 a.m. Sept. 11 at the Fort Meade Officer's Club. A variety of community organizations, such as Patchwork Porch, the Red Cross and the Fort Meade Garden Club, will have representatives present to answer questions and offer information. No reservations are required.


Twenty-three college courses are being offered this fall at the O'Malley Senior Center, 1275 Odenton Road. A complete listing of all courses is available at the center. Registration starts Sept. 3 for the classes that will begin Oct. 1.

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