Honor Society Inducts

Odenton notes

April 22, 1992

The Archbishop Spalding High School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted new members at a March 6 ceremony.

The seniors inducted are Keith Carrington, Lawrence Edell, Christine Gregorio, ThomasReilly, Andrea Siemek, Elizabeth Teawell and Jessica Teawell.

The juniors are Nathaniel Chaudoin, Fabian Dilaimy, Timothy Kane,Kelly Mabe, Alice Matos, David Rand and Scott Robuck.

The sophomores are Christopher Conlon, Marie Daniels, Erin Kilby, Michael Meyd, Kathleen O'Brien, Melanie Porpiglia, Marie Swartwood, Caryn Van Dask,Dabney Waller, Caroline Warfield and Karina Wzientek.


Archbishop Spalding High School teacher Nancy Cummings has been nominated for the 1992 Outstanding High School Mathematics Teacheraward given by the Maryland Council of Teachers of Mathematics. The winner will be announced in November.

Sophomore Caryn Van Dask represented the school at the Hugh O'Brien Youth Foundation's LeadershipSeminar in Columbia.

Caryn, the daughter of Joanne and Robert VanDask of Glen Burnie, was one of 200 sophomores from around the statechosen to attend. The seminar featured volunteer leaders from business, education, industry, government, science and the arts, who discussed the challenges facing future leaders.

Senior Nicholas Duque, son of Isabel and Col. George Duque of Odenton, won a $1,000 scholarship at the Juried High School Art Exhibition sponsored by the MarylandCollege of Art and Design. He was honored for his mixed-media drawing of two musicians.


Hal Trapkin, a children's performer and creator of Percussion Discussion, will entertain and teach elementary school-age children from 3:30 to 6 p.m. every Wednesday from today through May 27, at Epiphany Episcopal Church in Odenton.

The program will feature Trapkin, supported by a team of volunteers who will assist children in 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.

While engaging them with his skills and showmanship, he introduces musical concepts, history and appreciation.

Sponsored by the Epiphany Episcopal Church and underwritten by area businesses, this program is available to the first 60 children to register for a $5 weekly fee (scholarships are available).

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