Another Glenelg senior named Merit semifinalist WEST COUNTY -- Clarksville * Highland * Glenelg * Lisbon

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October 22, 1992|By SALLY BUCKLER

Congratulations to Glenelg High School senior Lee Ebersberger, who is a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist and a semifinalist in the 1992-93 Maryland Distinguished Scholar program. Lee qualified for the National Merit award along with two other Glenelg Seniors, Jennifer Roberts and Matthew Miller. Lee's name was inadvertently left off the lists of award winners we published last week.

Qualifying for the National Merit Scholarship semifinals places high school seniors in the top 1 percent of all college-bound seniors in the country. The Maryland Distinguished Scholar semifinalist status makes Lee an alternate for a grant of $3,000 per year to attend a Maryland college or university.

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More kudos for our local scholars, the following young scholars are commended students in the 1993 National Merit Scholarship Program: David Buckholltz, Jennifer Burkmar, Edward Hogan, Deepak Jain, Elizabeth Pagel, Theresa Senn, Cheryl Seymour. Kary Thompson, Ian Timourian, Susan Wisch, Christopher Yeiser and Mandy Ziehm.

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It's fall open house time at Glenelg Country School. Headmaster Ryland O. Chapman 3rd and the school faculty invite parents and grandparents to attend from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 8.

You can learn about the organization of the kindergarten through 12th-grade school, go on a student-led tour, learn about the challenging college preparatory curriculum, and ask questions about extracurricular and extended day programs. Glenelg Country School is a co-educational, non-denominational, independent school. For more information please call Admissions Director Megan Thanner-Guerra at 531-2229.

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You have a chance to buy gorgeous wreaths of dried herbs at prices you won't mind paying. The Cattail River Garden Club will hold its annual "Summer's Bounty for Winter's Joy" sale at 10 a.m. Oct. 31 at Glenelg United Methodist Church. The club members work all year to grow, gather, and craft the wreaths, bundles of dried materials, boutique items, and baked goods that they sell at the fall sale.

Proceeds go right back into our community. The club works hard at education conservation, and it plants and helps conserve trees in public areas. At Bushy Park Elementary, the members planted five enormous maples, assisted with the Nature Trail development, and installed a picnic table and trash receptacle.

Members donate to the Lisbon library, give scholarships, support scout projects, and are helping to develop the new garden in the courtyard at Glenwood Middle School. So do yourself and the community a favor by attending the Cattail River Garden Club Sale.

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Her kids went to Bushy Park, she lives in our neighborhood, and now she's part of the Bushy Park staff. Dana Davis is the new teachers' secretary at the school, where her sons Andy and Bill were in first and second grades when the doors first opened. Bill is now at St. Mary's College and Andy is at the University of Baltimore, and son Jim attends Howard Community College. Best wishes for a happy tenure!

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The guidance department at Glenelg High School is a treasure chest of information about colleges, college tours, scholarships, tests, financial aid, and other programs. The guidance staff can help all Glenelg High students and parents. The direct line to the Guidance office at the school is (410) 313-5535.

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