Arundel students join National Honor Society WEST COUNTY--Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills


January 05, 1993|By VICKI WELLFORD

Just before the Christmas break, a number of juniors and seniors at Arundel Senior High School were inducted into the Studemus Chapter of the National Honor Society.

The organization, sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals, recognizes students who attain good grades, show leadership and provide service to the community.

To be eligible for membership, candidates must have a grade point average of at least 3.5, be a junior or a senior, have attended Arundel Senior for one semester, and be nominated and selected by the faculty council.

Members of the junior class chosen for the National Honor Society are: Linda Baker, Loren Bausell, Cecilia Beach, Kelly Bryan, Susan Cook, Anthony Costanzo, Cortney Dillon, Michael Flannary, John Golombeck, Kim Humelsine, Heather Jones, Laura Jones, Steven Kane, Amanda Kelly, Lesley Knowles, Aaron Krouse, Michael Malek, Rachel Milne, Joanna Moreira, Heidi Motzer, Barbara Muller, Jolyn Newhard, Paige Pickar, Regina Raimond, Robert Reif, Keli Renoud, Kathyrn Siegfried, Laurie Skuraton, Valaree Sandberg, Jennifer Wilhelmi, Elizabeth Williamson and Jennifer Woods.

Seniors selected for membership are: Soren Baker, Kristi Owen, Cory Gimperling, Ron Hannebohn, Dave Kershner and Matt Fickus.


The Very Rev. Thomas Schmidt, pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Odenton, has announced the appointment of the Rev. Frank Poux, as the new associate pastor.

He succeeds the Rev. Edward Droxler, who after seven years in Odenton was transferred to St. Peter's Church in Philadelphia.

Father Poux, a Redemptorist priest for 30 years, spent the first 25 years of his priesthood in Brazil. He comes to Odenton from St. Gerard's Parish in Lima, Ohio. The Odenton parish was founded in 1924.


The Arundel Boosters are having their annual Bull and Oyster Roast on Feb. 20 at the Gambrills Athletic Club on McKnew Road in Gambrills.

Dinner will be served from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., with dancing from 8 p.m. to midnight.

NB Music will be provided by Jerry and the Heartaches. A gambling

wheel will be provided and raffles will be held.

Tickets are $22 per person, which in addition to dinner includes beer and setups.

For additional information or tickets, call Ernie Richards, 674-4165, or Tut O'Hara, 987-5357.


Sedwick Ware, of the Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore, will present a program sponsored by the O'Malley Senior Center, 1275 Odenton Road, from 11 a.m. to noon on Thursday.

Mr. Ware will present reproductions and slides as he discusses "Masterworks of American Impressionism."

The displays were taken from an exhibit of the Pfeil Collection that was held in April at the Walters.

For further information, call 222-6227 or 621-9515.


Tickets are now available for the fourth annual $10,000 Raffle/Bull and Oyster Roast sponsored by the West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce.

The event will be held from 7 p.m. to midnight on April 2, at Michael's Eighth Avenue, Eighth and Greburn avenues in Glen Burnie.

The corporate sponsors are Citizens National Bank and the Bank of Glen Burnie.

The raffle is limited to 250 tickets. The holder of the winning ticket will take home $10,000 in cash.

Other cash and door prizes will be awarded during the evening. Games of chance will be held and a band, Jerry and the Heartaches, will provide the entertainment.

Raffle tickets are $100 each. Bull and Oyster Roast tickets are $25 per person. You can save money if you buy combination raffle and bull roast tickets, or if you purchase a table of 10.

Call 672-3422 to order tickets.

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