Snowflakes mark timely end to successful Crofton soccer season WEST COUNTY -- Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills


November 17, 1992|By SUE HALLER

I guess Sunday's snowflakes mean winter is at our doorstep. Luckily for our local soccer teams, the season ended just at the right time.

Congratulations to Crofton's teams, which fared particularly well in countywide competition.

In Crofton's first season in the six-team Division I, the Blast (4-2-4) finished in a tie for second-place with Spirit (5-3-2) -- not far behind champion St. Jane (6-2-2).


Congratulations to Crofton Middle School students who have been named to the Anne Arundel County All County Middle/Junior Orchestra.

These students were selected to perform with other area students to broaden their musical talents: Justin Fohl, Kathleen Graham, Heidi Krause, Dadrian Marbury, Jonathan Martin, Emily Montgomery, Kathleen Morgan, Karen Pazzano, Jonathan Shalvi, Chrissy Sittler, Kelly Sittler, Allison Sledz, Lance Talsky and Andrew Wahba.

These students will be busy in the next few weeks to prepare for their Dec. 13 concert at Chesapeake Bay Middle School.


A number of familiar faces pop up on the Pascal Center for the Performing Arts stage in the Children's Theater of Annapolis production, "The Emperor's New Clothes."

Matt Teliak plays Lord Old, the emperor's honest court official; Chris Dahl is Lord Mal, the evil court official who attempts to rob the kingdom of all its treasures.

Joe Curro plays Jan the jailer and several other parts.

Jonathan Dahl is the constable's able assistant, and Chris Kennedy plays a ranger in the kingdom of Libertania.

This musical, at Anne Arundel Community College, is a break from the holiday hustle and bustle and is something the whole family can enjoy together.

Performances are Dec. 12, 18, 19 and 20. Show times are 7 p.m. on Friday, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday.

Tickets are $6 and are available at the door, or you may call 757-ACT1 for information on box office hours.


The county will have a leaf pickup in the Crofton tax district on Nov. 25. Leaves should be bagged and by the curb by 6 a.m. that day.

People who live outside the tax district or those who do not make the pickup should place bagged leaves out on their normal trash pickup day.


The Crofton Association of Retired Persons will be meeting one week earlier than usual this month to avoid a conflict with Thanksgiving.

The meeting is tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church on Route 450.

Local artist Carol Bailey will exhibit miniatures she creates with ostrich and goose eggs.

Members also should bring non-perishable foods for Thanksgiving baskets and to help restock the shelves at the county food bank inDeale.


Don't forget that the Harvest Bake Sale will be Saturday at the Crofton Community United Methodist Church, 1690 Riedel Road, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

In addition to baked goods, there will be Buckeye Candy, home-canned goods and a table of small crafts.

Proceeds will be used for United Methodist Women's activities.

For information, call 721-3556.


Crofton Meadows Elementary School will hold its annual book fair this week in the media center.

Book fair hours are the same as the school's hours and will be staffed and open on Thursday and Friday during parent-teacher conferences so that parents can shop for books to surprise their children.

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