Members of the Baltimore Blast indoor soccer team will travel to Meade Senior High School, Feb. 19, to participate in several volleyball games against student teams, coaches and faculty.
Tickets are available for $3 per person in advance or may be purchased at the door. Food and snacks will be available in the school cafeteria. An autograph session will be conducted with the players.
The program will begin at 7 p.m.
All proceeds will go to the Meade High School Boosters Club. The booster club provides money for school functions and athletic needs throughout the school year.
The next meeting of the Western District Police Community RelationsCouncil will be at 7:30 tonight at the district station, 8273 Telegraph Road, Odenton.
The guest speaker will be Lt. Thomas Sell, of the communications division, who will give an overview of police communications and the 911 system. Sell's presentation will be followed bya question-and-answer period.
Also, Capt. Franklin Milholland will be available to address any questions pertaining to law enforcementin the community.
For those who have not paid their 1992 dues yet, Liz Green will be on hand with blank renewal forms for your convenience.
The Arundel High School Boosters Club is sponsoring a day trip to Atlantic City on Feb. 22. The cost is $25 per person, but participants will get $9 in coins. The bus will leave Arundel at 7 a.m. and will pick up passengers at the Sands in Atlantic City at 7:30 p.m. for the trip home.
For tickets or more information, call Laura Rolocut at 672-5232.
The boosters club meets the second Thursdayof every month at 7 p.m.
The club has more than $500 toward the new concession stand and bathrooms. Cinder blocks are being sold for $10 each, and a plaque will be mounted listing the names of those who have contributed.
Donations may be sent to Boosters Building Fund,P.O. Box 542, Odenton, 21113.
In February 1926, Dr. Cater G.Woodson and others set aside one week in February to honor the many contributions of African- Americans. Fifty years later, this period was extended to the entire month of February.
Celebrate Black History Month with master storyteller Len Cabral at the Provinces Branch Library, 2624 Annapolis Road (Route 175), at 2 p.m., Feb. 22.
This 45-minute program, for ages 6 to adult, includes mime, poetry, humor and audience participation.
No registration is required. Admissionis free, but canned food contributions to the county Food Bank are welcome.
The West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce willhold its 30th annual Installation Dinner at 6:30 p.m., March 6, at the Fort Meade Officers' Club. Officers and the board of directors will be installed.
The officers are Ed Griemsmann, of O'Conor Piper &Flynn, president; Donna Salisbury of Odenton Office Supplies Inc., vice president; Carl Nanney, Auto Collision Inc., treasurer; and Judy Smiechowski, Odenton Federal Savings and Loan, secretary.
Board members being installed are Bob Baldwin, of Reliable Contracting Co. Inc.; Mary Chewning, Chewning Properties; Geoffrey Johnson, Johnson Insurance Agency; Bill Kaufmann, Kaufmann's Tavern Inc.; and Lee Scott, Classic Kitchens Inc.
Also serving on the board in 1992 are Mark Anderson, Nevemar Corp.; Billie Clark, associate member; Charles Ayres, attorney; Betty Evans, Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.; Nina Hendrix, Citizens National Bank; Pappu Khera, certified public accountant, Khera & Associated Ltd.; Joyce Ohmer, Bank of Glen Burnie; Harold Ross, state Department of Economic and Employment Development; and Jim Thomas, Dudley Products Inc.
O. James Lighthizer, state secretary of transportation, is the featured speaker. Riley Eldridge will provide dinner music.
The goals of Griemsmann include increasing communication with all members, using the market study to expand businesspotential and working with area organizations to develop community spirit.
Tickets are $30 per person. Reservations are required by Feb. 28 and can be made by calling the chamber office at 672-3422.
What is a living trust? How can a living trust help care for a family? Answers to these questions and more will be available at the O'Malley Senior Center, 1275 Odenton Road from 1 to 3 p.m., Feb. 28.
Ray Van Sweringen will be available to answer questions and provide free seminar materials to all participants.
As a reminder the center will be closed today for the observance of Lincoln's Birthday and also again on Feb. 17 for Washington's Birthday.
For more information, call the center at 222-6227 or 621-9515.