Cub Scout Pack 269 members get badges at awards ceremony WEST COUNTY -- Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills

NEIGHBORS

November 17, 1992|By VICKI WELLFORD

Cub Scout Pack 269, sponsored by the Four Seasons Women's Club, had its awards ceremony recently at Four Seasons Elementary School.

John Hamrick Jr. was awarded the rank of Bear. Cubmaster Mark Hagensick also presented Webelos activity badges to the following Cub Scouts:

* Handyman, Brad Hurst and Marty Shatzer.

* Fitness, Brett Bosher, Sean Brynes, Matt Coulter, Kevin Farber, Brad Hurst, Michael Innes, Bart Maxwell and Marty Shatzer.

* Naturalist, Trevor Allen, Michael Hodgkiss, Sean Linton, Jacob McNamee, Daniel Parmentier, Eric Scott, Daniel Sonntag and Clint Sullivan.

* Sportsman, Sean Linton.

Recruiter badges were presented to Trevor Allen, Freddy Downing and Michael Ostiguy.

Attendance pins were awarded to Billy Bergbauer, Matt Hagensick and Brandon Reiger.

Sports awards were presented to: Trevor Allen, sports letter and archery pin; Jacob McNamee, baseball pin and belt loop; Marty Shatzer, bowling belt loop; Joseph Danahy and Michael Strang, fishing belt loop; Brett Bosher, Sean Brynes, Matt Coulter, Kevin Farber, Brad Hurst, Michael Innes, Bart Maxwell, Matt Seaton and Marty Shatzer, badminton belt loop; Lance Bell, Troy Clark, Sean Danahy, Freddy Downing, Devon Hof, Andrew Moore, Matt Napier-Carr, Michael Ostiguy, Michael Strang and Kevin Zoblisein, marbles belt loop; Sean Linton, Ultimate Frisbee belt loop.

Twenty boys earned the rank of Bobcat: Lance Bell, Patrick Carey, Joseph Napier-Carr, Matt Napier-Carr, Troy Clark, Sean Danahy, Freddy Downing, Joey Frykman, Devon Hof, Craig Maley, Andrew Moore, Michael Ostiguy, Patrick Price, Lovett Roberson, Geoffrey Shieman, Michael Strang, Mark Tyler, Andrew Walter, Matthew Yates and Kevin Zoblisein.

The Greater Odenton Improvement Association will hold a general membership meeting a 7 p.m. tomorrow at the Odenton Fire Hall on Route 175.

The agenda includes voter registration from 7 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. for people who have been members since July 1992; a brief business meeting and election of three board members at 7:30 p.m.; and a program at 8:15 p.m. about property tax assessments.

The speakers will be Kenneth H. Tschantre, county supervisor of assessments, and Bill Smouse, assistant supervisor of assessments.

Non-members are invited.

Students, faculty members, parents and friends of West Meade Elementary School can see their principal, Barbara Mason, work behind the counter of McDonald's in Oden

ton from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. tonight as part of Principal's Day.

Proceeds from tonight's sales will go to the school.

A Hoedown Family Night is planned from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday the Odenton Elementary School cafeteria.

The event will feature music by Windy Ridge, square dancing, food, a raffle and door prizes. Admission is $5 in advance, $6 at the door. For children in kindergarten through fifth grade, admission is $2.50 in advance and $3 at the door. Information: 222-6514.

A number of Arundel High School students were honored recently as part of the Distinguished Scholars Program.

The scholarship program is Maryland's largest scholarship program for students with exceptional academic or artistic ability.

High school seniors selected as finalists are offered an annual scholarship of $3,000, renewable for four years, at a Maryland college or university. Semifinalists will be offered any awards not used by finalists.

Students selected as finalists in the High Achievement category combined excellent academic performance and SAT scores. Those selected Talent in the Arts finalists competed in dance, drama, music or visual arts.

High Achievement finalists: Erin Clark, Brit Erslev, John Filigenzi, Alexandra Newman, Brian Scott and Scott Wolford.

Semifinalists: Traci Koenig, Allison McGuire, Carolyn Pointek, Scott Swain and Andrew Touma.

Honorable Mention: Timothy Bach, Christine Fullerton, Ronald Hannebahn, David Kershner, Jonathan Nichols, Kristie Owen, Matthew Sakal, Nathan Tilman and Joanna Trebelhorn.

Talent in the Arts: Patricia Weimer, finalist; Kelly Inskeep, semifinalist; Denise Blake, Erin Clark and Tiffany Haughn, honorable mention.

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A panel of professional patient advocates will be at the O'Malley Senior Center, 1275 Odenton Road, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow.

The program will provide updated information and answer questions concerning the health care for retired military personnel.

The panelists are Jan Heaton, Navy Clinic, Sue Manning, Wyman Park Medical Associates, and Jeanie Funderburk, Kimbrough Army Hospital.

The program is free and open to the public. No registration is required.

Information: 222-6227 or 621-9515.

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