Columbia East

October 01, 1992

Creator of Step Reebok visits Supreme Court Club

A whole lot of "stepping" will be going on Saturday when Gin Miller, the inventor of Step Reebok, one of the country's fastest growing fitness movements, comes to Supreme Court Club to teach exercise instructors and fitness buffs.

Power Step Reebok will be the subject of an "instructors only" workshop from 9 a.m. until noon. This second generation of Step is an intense workout aimed at students who have mastered the original program and possess high levels of strength and aerobic fitness.

Considered an advanced training program, Power Step includes explosive movements such as jumps, runs, hops and lunges.

The cost is $55 a person.

Ms. Miller will return to Supreme Court from 4:45 to 6:15 p.m. to lead a Step Reebok Master Class.

The cost is $15 for Columbia Association members, $25 for non-members. Supreme Sports is located in the Village of Owen Brown. For more information call 740-0793.

Dorsey's Search foundation sponsors benefit sale

The Dorsey's Search Women's Foundation Inc. is sponsoring a Children's Items Consignment Sale to raise money for charity from 9 to 1 a.m. Oct. 24 at Dunloggin Middle School, 9129 Northfield Road, Ellicott City.

Children's clothing up to size 12, maternity clothes, toys, books, juvenile furniture and baby equipment are needed for the sale.

Individuals must price and deliver sale items. The Women's Foundation will work the sale for a 50-50 split with all of their share going to local charities. Shoppers are asked not to bring strollers on the day of the sale. Information: 750-8814 or 461-7826.


* Kings Contrivance: 10000 block of Hat Brim Lane: Someone stole a $100 digital radio and a $100 tape deck from a 1988 Suzuki Samarai Monday.

block of Quantrell Row: Someone broke the rear door handle to a parked 1990 Chevrolet Astro in a driveway Monday.

Oakland Mills: 5700 block of Stevens Forest Road: Someone covered a 1992 Honda Nighthawk motorcycle with dirt and rocks Tuesday.

*5200 block of West Running Brook: A 1987 Coca-Cola delivery truck was stolen from Running Brook Elementary School during a delivery at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. The truck was recovered later that day at The Mall. An undisclosed amount of cash was taken, police said. No one was injured, police said.

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