Police Community Relations Council Has Officer Elections

Neighbors/Odenton, Ft. Meade, Gambrills

November 13, 1991|By Vicki Wellford

The Western District Police Community Relations Council will meet 7:30 tonight at the district station, 8273 Telegraph Road, Odenton.

The top item on the agenda is the election of council officers. Nominated last month were: Joseph R. Levesque and Allen Kuchera for president; Dave Daughters and Jerry Kull for vice president; Liz Gren, recording secretary; and Larry Strong, treasurer. Nominations also will be taken from the floor tonight.

Capt. Franklin Milholland will be available to address questions or concerns you may have concerning law enforcement in your community.


MacArthur Middle School played host and captured a number of awards in the first county Middle/Junior math competition Oct. 19.

MacArthur Middle finished first out of 11 teams.

MacArthur's team consisted of seventh-graders Jerry Jones, Kathy Kreuter, Jared Olson, Jeneen Manlangit, Jayme Nispel, Rima Patel, Theresa Smedley, Kimberly Taylor, Sheena Taylor and Chrissy Wagner.

Eighth-graders on the team were: Andrele Cummings, Krystal Evans, T. J. Page, Derek Robbins, Jessica Sebald, Heather Teitelbaum, and Evan Williamson.

MacArthur students T. J. Page and Jeneen Manlangit were two of seven students with perfect scores during the individual competition.


The Chapelgate Community Association is having a raffle to purchase gifts for the homeless children at Sarah's House at Fort Meade.

First prize is a Nintendo Entertainment System, second prize is a EmersonAM/FM cassette portable stereo, third prize is a Sony AM/FM clock radio and fourth prize is the book, "History of the Capitol," signed bySen. Paul Sarbanes.

Tickets will be sold Nov. 29 and 30 at the Odenton Ames and Crofton K mart. The drawing will be Dec. 14 at the Crofton K mart. Tickets are $1.

The gifts will be delivered to the children by Santa himself on Christmas Eve. To purchase tickets, sell tickets or to make a donation, call 674-4810 or 674-4794.


The Fort Meade Retired Officers' Wives Club monthly luncheon will be 11 a.m. Dec. 3 at the Fort Meade Officers Club.

The Newe Renaissance Voyces, a group of singers and instrumentalists, will present a Christmas concert of secular and sacred music. This costumed group's program includes music of Bach, Mozart, tunes of Colonial America and the 20th century.

A display of handmade items by members will be available for purchase. The cost for the luncheon is $7. Reservations are required and can be made with your area reservation member or chairwoman Mae Hudson, 720-1085, no later than 4 p.m. Nov. 26.


Meade High School is sponsoring an Antique Craft Fair 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov.23 and 24 at the school cafeteria. All proceeds will be used to provide scholarships and athletic equipment for Meade High students.

For more information, call Lou Norbeck, 672-3636.


The MacArthur Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Parent Association (MACBOCPO) has chosen its officers for the 1991-1992 school year.

They are: Francesca Guerin, president; Kathy Campbell, vice president; Claudette Booker, recording secretary; Judy Porter, corresponding secretary; Anna Butler, treasurer; and Mary Clark, assistant treasurer.

On Nov. 7, the association kicked off its major fund-raiser, the sale of cookbooks.

The event ends Nov. 22.

Congratulations to student musicians who auditioned for and were selected to participate on the all-county music groups.

MacArthur students representing the All-County Band are:Elizabeth Durham, flute; Kari Widup and Tetra Lewis, clarinet; JamesCampbell, trumpet; and Andrea Tonsfeldt and Hans Geurin, trombone.

All-County Chorus members are: Torri Jackson, alto, and Adam Booker, tenor.

Association committees are being organized. If you are interested in helping or would like more information, contact FrancescaGuerin at 551-2024.


The O'Malley Senior Center is sponsoringa seminar, "Easier Living in Your Own Home," that will suggest ways to make a home "user friendly" for later years.

The seminar is 11 a.m. Nov. 14. The public is invited. Information, call 222-6227 or 621-9515.

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