Cub Scout Pack 269, sponsored by the Four Seasons Women's Club, met recently at Four Seasons Elementary School. Cubmaster Mark Hagensick presented the Compass Point emblem to Brad Hurst, Sean Linton and Marty Shatzer.
Compass Point devices were awarded to Trevor Allen, Michael Hodgkiss, Jacob McNamee, Daniel Parmentier, Daniel Sonntag and Clint Sullivan. Webelos activity badges were earned as follows: Craftsman -- Daniel Sonntag, Clint Sullivan, Jacob McNamee, Michael Hodgkiss, Trevor Allen, Daniel Parmentier, Brett Bosher, Sean Brynes, Matt Coulter, Kevin Farber, Brad Hurst, Michael Innes, Bart Maxwell, Matt Seaton, Marty Shatzer; Naturalist -- Joe Danahy; Showman -- Joe Danahy and Daniel Sonntag. A recruiter was awarded to Sean Danahy and a music && belt loop to Joe Danahy, Kevin Farber and Michael Innes.
Sports awards were presented as follows; Bowling belt loop -- Tim Anderson, Billy Bergbauer, Matt Hagensick, Craig Maley, Jason Lively, Brandon Reiger, Troy Clark, Sean Danahy, Devon Hof, Andrew Moore, Michael Ostiguy and Kevin Zoblisein; Soccer pin -- Lance Bell, Sean Danahy and Freddy Downing; Ultimate (Frisbee disk) belt loop -- Joe Danahy.
The pack will hold its annual Blue and Gold Banquet on Feb. 21. For more information, contact Mark Hagensick at 721-0411.
The Greater Odenton Improvement Association will hold a general membership meeting at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 17 at the Odenton Fire Hall on Route 175. The topic for the evening will be "Meade 2000," which will outline Fort Meade's past and its future.
The guest speaker will be Col. Kent Menser, the garrison commander. Membership is not required to attend meetings.
The Odenton Heritage Society has issued a new set of postcards. The new six-card set contains three scenes of Fort Meade as it was in 1917. The set costs $3.15 (tax included) and may be obtained by mail or by calling 674-3171. All proceeds will go toward renovating and restoring Odenton's first bank building.
"Minds in Motion" is a Maryland Public School Student Athletic Award for student athletes with a grade point average of 3.25 or better. Of the 283 Arundel Senior High School athletes participating in fall sports, 98 earned this award, 11 with a 4.0 average. Forty-six earned the Scholar/Athlete award with a grade point average of 3.0 to 3.25.
The Odenton Branch Library, 1270 Odenton Road, will hold story times at 7 p.m. Tuesdays and 10 a.m. Wednesdays, starting tonight.
Story time is designed for children ages 2 to 6, and registration is not required. Parents or care givers must accompany 2- and 3-year-olds and are welcome to accompany older children as well. Sessions include stories, activities and crafts.
The next general PTA meeting for the Odenton Elementary School is set for 7 p.m. today in the school cafeteria. The class with the most parents in attendance will receive $10 to be spent at the teacher's discretion.
* The school is still collecting both Campbell's soup labels and Giant cash register receipts. These labels and receipts can add up to lots of computer software and other hands-on equipment.
To contact Vicki Wellford, call 672-3479.