Northeast High School's PTSA sponsors a back-to-school evening

Neighbors/ Pasadena

September 18, 1992|By Peg Adamarczyk

Northeast High School PTSA will sponsor Back to School Night at 7 p.m. Tuesday evening.

After a brief business meeting and introduction of officers, parents will have the opportunity to experience their student's high school day on a mini-schedule. Classes will be 7 minutes in length.

"Parents will be able to view textbooks, review curriculum, learn course requirements and meet the teachers," said William Myers, assistant principal.

Refreshments will be served in the cafeteria.

The PTSA will also kick-off its membership drive that evening. "Northeast parents, teachers and students are invited to join," said Carlene Heilman, PTSA president. The membership fee is $2.50.

Volunteers to work on a variety of projects are also needed. "If you have the time, we can use your talents," Ms. Heilman added.

For more details, call 437-6400.

* Cub Scout Pack 785 at Fort Smallwood Elementary School has planned a jammed packed evening for returning scouts and newcomers at its annual pack recruitment meeting at 7 p.m. next Thursday at the school, on Popular Ridge Road.

Returning bear, wolf and Webelos Cub Scouts will be participating in the "Our Town USA" theme by holding elections for presidents of the Pasadena pack and den representatives.

In addition to the planned program, parents and boys in grades one to five, interested in joining the scouts may sign up that evening. For more details, call Mike Francis at 437-2750.

* Mountain Road Optimist Wrestling Club has scheduled open registration from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow and Saturday, Sept. 26 at Lake Shore Elementary, 4531 Mountain Road.

The program is open to boys ages 7 to 15, with a weight range of 45 to 145 pounds. Boys under age 7 can participate in the clinic program.

Beginning its fourth season, the Big Blue program has experienced rapid growth. "We started with 12 boys back in '89 and last year we registered 82 in the program," said Coach

Bruce Dulski. "We're looking to involve that many boys again this year."

Stressing the basics of wrestling, the club participates in the county wrestling league and competes in tournaments during the November to March season.

Practices are set for 6 to 8 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at Chesapeake High School starting in November. The first practice is Nov. 2.

Registration fee is $25 per child or $35 per family.

For more details, call Dulski at 255-6444 or Coach Bob Burns at 255-7997.

* Rockview Beach Improvement Association will have its Community Flea Market starting at 7 a.m. tomorrow morning on Fort Smallwood Road across from Salvadore's Citgo.

Household items, clothing and collectibles will be on sale.

Spaces are still available for $5. Call 255-1105 to reserve your spot.

Proceeds will help fund improvements to the community hall.

* Parents of students at Jacobsville and Fort Smallwood elementary schools are invited to attend monthly parenting sessions, offered by school counselor Carolyn Keenen.

"Our first session will be from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. next Wednesday at Jacobsville Elementary," said Keenen. At this session, overall goals for the program, suggestions for topics and special concerns will be discussed.

For more details, contact Keenen on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at Jacobsville, 222-6460; or Tuesdays and Thursdays at Fort Smallwood, 222-6450.

* Pasadena United Methodist Church will be accepting donations for its Flea Market and Children's Fair that will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Oct. 3.

Becky Batta, event chairwoman, explained that items will be accepted at the church, located at 61 Ritchie Highway, on Sept. 27 or Oct. 1.

"We need sale items, but due to limitations, we cannot accept clothing or large items," Ms. Batta said.

To donate or for more details, call the church at 647-3090.

* Chesapeake High School Class of '95 will have a free car wash from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 26 at Maryland National Bank, Sun Valley branch, 7965 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd.

Donations, to be used to help pay for class projects, will be accepted.

* The Chesapeake Woman's Club invites you to its annual bingo luncheon on Sept. 30 at Kurtz's Beach.

The doors will open at 11 a.m. with lunch served at noon.

Admission is $5 and includes food and one card. Additional cards are available.

Proceeds will benefit the CWC scholarship fund.

* Take a walk, do your bit for ecology, enjoy a gospel concert or music with a different sound, all at Downs Park this weekend.

* At 9 a.m. tomorrow and Sunday, those happy, healthy Volksmarchers will trek along the park trails for a 6.2-mile walk.

Sponsored by The Baltimore Blaze Stoppers, a family walking club, the self-paced, non-competitive walk is open to all ages.

Everyone who finishes is declared a winner. Awards commemorating the walk will be available to purchase. Veteran walkers will be on hand to explain "volksmarching" and its award system and to provide more information about other walks in Maryland and across the United States.

For more information on fees and registration, call Lynette Reagan at 296-1707.

* Join the green team and help celebrate the beginning of Coastweeks at the park with a beach clean-up scheduled from noon to 5 p.m. tomorrow.

Captain Seaweed will be making an appearance, so don't forget your camera.

Meet at the information center for trash bags.

* The Queen Sisters concert, rained out last month, is back on the schedule for tomorrow evening starting at 5 p.m. in the Bayside amphitheater. For the best in gospel sounds, don't miss this one.

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