February 01, 1993

It's show time for teachers featured in training video

Lights! Camera! Action!


The spotlight will shine on four Pasadena teachers and one Ferndale teacher this month as they take the stage. George Fox Middle School's Jane Moberg, Marcia Richard, Karen Dennehy and Paul Metrinko, along with North Glen Elementary School's Bob Sinclair, are to be featured in a new teacher training video from the Center for Civic Education.

The five county teachers, along with teachers from six states, were videotaped with their classes last spring to appear in the video, "Drugs in the Schools: Preventing Substance Abuse, Exercises in Participation Series."

The 11-minute video was funded by the U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, and the U.S. Department of Education's Drug Free Schools and Communities Program.

The video will be featured during a teacher in-service training program planned for later this month.

Alison L. Asti to lead Baltimore lawyers' group

Alison L. Asti of Pasadena has been nominated as president-elect of the Bar Association of Baltimore City (BABC).

Ms. Asti is an assistant attorney general and principal counsel to the Maryland Stadium Authority.

An active member of BABC since 1985, she is also a member of the state bar association and the Women's Bar Association of Maryland.

Residents on dean's list at Salisbury State

Several Pasadena residents have made the dean's list at Salisbury State University by achieving a grade point average of at least 3.5 out of 4.0 for the fall semester.

The students are Tammy Ann Cookus, Kristin Denise Ena, Rachel Lisa Hobson, Nancy Ann Huff, Suzanne Louise Jones, Jennifer Ruff and Anna Josefina Winkelman.

The Eastern Shore school has 6,022 students in 32 undergraduate and six graduate programs.


* Orchard Beach: Burglars broke into a Ford truck parked in the 700 block of Waterview Drive Wednesday and took a tailgate valued at $500.

* Pasadena: Burglars broke into Pasadena Truck Repair in the 8200 block of B&A Blvd. on Wednesday. Police do not know exactly what was taken.

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