It's Winter, But Spring Sports Registration Under Way


February 04, 1992|By Sue Haller

The worst of winter may not have even hit us yet, but the Crofton Athletic Council is hard at work making sure your child has a sports-filled spring and summer.

Registration is under way for boys and girls lacrosse, baseball/softball/T-ball and fall cheerleading. The costfor boys lacrosse is $40; and girls lacrosse and cheerleading is $30per child, while baseball, softball and T-ball is $25. If you have all registrations in the mail by March 1, you will avoid having to paya $10 fee increase per sport.

The new year means you will also have to pay the $30 family athletic fee.

If you have any questions, please call me at 261-0196 or 721-4734.


All you lacrosse players, mark your calendars. Brian Mathews, head lacrosse coach at the U.S. Naval Academy, will speak at Crofton Middle School on Feb. 16 from noon to 2 p.m. This is beingsponsored by the CAC lacrosse program. The one thing they ask is that you please not bring your sticks to this talk.


Yesterday's Crofton Kiwanis Club community blood drive was a huge success, thanksto the many volunteers who were on hand at this annual event.


The Crofton Association of Retired Persons has planned a trip to the Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Feb. 19. The group will be given a one-hour guided tour, then have an hour for lunch and an hour for browsing. The cost is $20 per person, plus lunchin the gallery's dinning room.

For more information, call Dick Strauss at 721-7729.


Us Kids support group meetings for youths ages 6-15 are being held weekly in Crofton. Peer groups for children in families experiencing separation, divorce or remarriage meet everyMonday evening. Scholarships are available.

For more information,call Janis Thompson at 464-8385 or 721-2313.


Public hearingson the proposed Board of Education budget for the 1992-1993 school year will be held at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at board headquarters on Riva Road in Annapolis and at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12, at Glen BurnieHigh School. This will be the chance to have your say in school budget matters.

We in Crofton have some of the best schools around andwant to keep them that way, so go out and let them know what the schools need.

Meanwhile, the calendar for the school year has changeda little since September. I have tracked down the latest information, so mark your calendars with the changes:

Friday is report card day for the second marking period; no school Feb. 17, Presidents' Day;school will be in session April 6, as a teachers' in-service training program has been canceled; no school April 17-22, it's spring break; June 19 is the last day of school for students (although that's subject to change, depending on how many snow days the kids get off).

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