Severna Park Swimmers Prove They Are Unsinkable


Ymca Team Records 110th Victory In A Row

January 30, 1992|By Joni Guhne

Pardon me, but when your team wins the Super Bowl, you gotta shout.

Hail to the Redskins!


Some Severna Park kids really live life in the fast lane: they are members of the Severna Park YMCA Swim Team (SPY), and they have just recorded their 110th straight victory -- 442 to 264 over Mid-Delmarva.

Earning Top 16 YMCA times were Kristin Nelson, 11; Katie Ball, 12; and Chris Scheier, 14.

Triple winners at the Delmarva meet were: Brandi Care, 10; Laura Bodine, 11; Eric Sloan, 18; and Nora Grannell, 15.


The Severna Park Newcomers Club invites all whoare new to the community for coffee and companionship at 7:30 p.m. Tues., Feb. 4 at the home of Julie Gullimore.

For more information,call 987-0703.


This Valentine's Day, members of the Severna Park High School Band have a special gift for your sweetheart: a fresh rose bud, packaged with baby's breath and fern and tied with a ribbon, delivered to his or her door.

The roses are $2.25 each or $12.50 for a half dozen.

Orders will be accepted until Thursday, Feb. 6, and delivered on the 14th.

For more information, call 544-2017.


Anne Arundel Community College and the Maryland Victim's Assistance Network announce The Heart of the Matter, a program to provide information to those who work with victims of


The event, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:55 p.m. Fri., Feb. 14, at the People's Resource Center, 100 Community Place in Crownsville, is geared for social service providers, police, advocates and lawyers.

For registration information, call AACC at 541-2325.


Speaking of getting older and better, the great-looking Severna Park High School Class of 1982 is about to celebrate its 10th anniversary.

The reunion at Martin's West, Security Boulevard, from 8 p.m. to midnight April 10, will feature a four-hour open bar, dinner, a D.J., dancing and door prizes.

Deadline for ordering tickets at $30 per person is March 13; they will not be available at the door.

For more details, call 544-2434or 369-0468.


A few tips for bargain hunters: On Ritchie Highway in DiDonato Shopping Plaza is the Discovery Workshop, a resale boutique where all proceeds from the sale of gently used clothing, household items and collectibles go to the American Cancer Society.

Call the shop at 544-0568.

A surprise source of bargains is the library.

To make room for new material, branches must eliminate older titles by putting them on sale: hardbacks, 60 cents; magazines and paperbacks, 30 cents; cassettes, CDs and record albums, 30 cents; mediakits, $1; and framed art, $10. Contact the Severna Park branch at 222-6290.

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