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November 18, 1992

Spalding High Class of 1995 has food drive

The Archbishop Spalding High School Class of 1995 recently conducted a food drive that netted a van full of food, toiletries and clothing for its adopted charity, Sarah's House shelter at Fort Meade.

The class project involved coordinating pick-up sites and delivering the goods to the shelter.

Student coordinators for the drive were Jen Andylof, Stacey Seitz, Erika Shephard, Nicole Stodard, Cara Tracey, Nicole Trumpler, Michele Wozar and Dennise Yingling.

The Class of '95 plans to continue food drives through the year to benefit Sarah's House.

For more information or to make a donation, please call Spalding's Development Office at 969-9105.

Severn man, 43, attacked with knife

A 43-year-old man was attacked Monday afternoon by another man armed with a knife at the Pioneer Food Mart on Reece Road in Severn.

Police said the victim, who lives in the 8200 block of Deerfield Circle, Severn, was stopped near Pioneer Drive and Arwell Court by a man who asked for a quarter.

The victim refused, and the assailant took out a small knife and put it to the victim's throat, police said. The victim broke free, and the suspect ran away.

Crofton man charged in 3 house break-ins

A Crofton man has been charged with breaking into three homes under construction a few miles from his home.

County police said Officer John R. Bull Jr. saw the suspect inside a town house in the first block of Murdock Court about 6:40 a.m. Saturday.

Officer Bull arrested Patrick Lee Bish, 20, of the 1800 block of Aberdeen Court, and charged him with three counts of breaking and entering after learning two other town houses nearby also had been broken into.

Police said they found a partially burned marijuana cigarette in the car, along with an additional three-quarters of an ounce of the drug, a scale and other drug paraphernalia.

Mr. Bish also was charged with theft, driving under the influence of alcohol, and possession and distribution of marijuana.

Spalding High student to attend conference

Karina Wzientek of Severn has been selected to attend The National Young Leaders Conference set for Dec. 1-6 in Washington.

The conference, "The Leaders of Tomorrow Meeting the Leaders of Today," is sponsored by the Congressional Youth Leadership Council.

During the six-day conference, the Archbishop Spalding High School student will meet leaders and newsmakers from all branches of the government, members of the media and the diplomatic corps.

The conference will culminate in a mock congressional session on gun control in which the participants will act out roles in the Congress as they debate, lobby and vote on proposed handgun legislation.

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