Waugh Chapel Elementary School entered the "Maryland You Are Beautiful Contest" this year and winners were chosen from each grade.
Thewinners from first and second grades were: Jack Kriger, Charles Burneson, Anthony Stapleton, Courtney Noles, Daniel Hartman, Peter Nguyenand Kyle Furnas.
Third-grade winners included: Kathleen Lindsey, Stuart Cataleta, Kyle Tribett, Alexis Viera, Kevin Campbell and Edward Nowottnick.
Fourth-grade winners: Christina Williams, Theresa Kempowski, James Fenton, Adam Weiger, Megan Centineo and Wayne Ramsey.
Fifth-grade winners were: Kris Lundborg, Mark Tribett, Ashton Christ, Matt Tribett,Jennifer Batchison, Derek Wratchford, Johnny Reaves, Sara Higginbotham, and Autumn Cataleta.
The United Methodist Women from the Nichols Bethel United Methodist Church will hold a bake sale on Saturday from 9 a.m. until all the goodies are sold, at the Odenton Shopping Center in front of Beacon's Pharmacy.
There will be a lot of Easter edibles, plus some Easter craft items.
Anyone wishing to donate baked goods can leave them in the church kitchen on Friday evening.
Please mark them for bake sale or bring baked items to the bake sale early Saturday morning.
For more information, contact DoloresBell, 551-5851.
The Arundel Senior High School would like tothank the entire school community for the contributions toward GiantFood's "Apples for the Students" program.
Arundel students brought in $452,000 worth of register receipts. These receipts have been used to order two Apple Macintosh Classic 2/40 systems, two printers, and two software programs for the science department.
The 21stannual Children's Spring Carnival, sponsored by the Fort Meade ChildDevelopment Center II, will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 9, at the center, located on Ernie Pyle Road. The rain date is May 10.
There will be a variety of children's games with prizes,clowns with ballons, face painting, pony rides, a moonwalk and much more.
Also a variety of food -- including hot dogs, chili dogs, popcorn, cotton candy, drinks and more -- will be available.
For entertainment, Sparky the Firedog, a fire engine, McGruff the Crime Dog,a bake sale and a cakewalk will be available.
Proceeds will help buy the center new equipment and supplies, fund the tuition-assistance program, and sponsor special activities for the children throughoutthe year.
For more information, call the center at 677-6002.
Hal Trapkin, a childrens' performer and creator of Percussion Discussion, will entertain, teach and delight elementary school-age children from 3:30 to 6 p.m., every Wednesday from April 22 through May 27, at the Epiphany Episcopal Church in Odenton.
The program will feature Trapkin, supported by a team of volunteers who will assist children in activities, including listening to music, moving to music, musical games and making instruments. The program will culminate in a performance called Peanut Butter and Jam, which will be directed by Trapkin.
Trapkin has entertained more than a half-million children in more than 1,000 schools in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.
While engaging them with his skills and showmanship, he introduces musical concepts, history and appreciation.
This program promises to be a wonderful opportunity for area children.
Sponsored by the Epiphany Episcopal Church and underwritten by local businesses, this program is available to the first 60 children to register for a $5 weekly fee (scholarships are available).
The West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce will hold its third annual $10,000 Raffle/Bull & Oyster Roast from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Saturday, April 25, at the Elks Lodge at Quarterfield and Stevenson roads in Severn.
Tickets for the Bull & Oyster Roast are $25 each. When you buy four tickets you get one free. A table for 10 may be bought for $200.
The raffle tickets can be purchased for $100 each, with a grand prize of $10,000. Ten other lucky people will win $150 each.
To purchase tickets, call 672-3422.