Glenelg High School production of 'Peter Pan' set to take off WEST COUNTY Clarksville * Highland * Glenelg * Lisbon


February 25, 1993|By SALLY BUCKLER

There is still time for you and your family to visit Neverland with Peter Pan, Wendy, Captain Hook and the lost boys. Opening night was last night, and there are performances at 8 p.m. tomorrow and Saturday, and at 3 p.m. Sunday at Glenelg High School in the auditorium. Under the leadership of Ron Oaks, the Drama Department has produced a spectacular play. Tickets are $6. Call 313-5528 for more information.


"They're really excited about this," were the words Leslie Vaccari, program chairman or the Glenelg High School PTSA, used to describe the enthusiasm of the administrators at the school.

Principal Jim McGregor is really proud of the students in the Human Relations and the Peer Mediation programs. At 7:30 p.m. on March 8, at the PTSA meeting, you'll have a chance to see these highly effective and successful programs in action.

Assistant Principal Mimi Hopkins leads the Human Relations Team. The team of students will show you what they do and how their activities affect other students' lives. The team helps students understand and respect all people.

Students, parents and 15 faculty members are working hard to make the Human Relations program at Glenelg High be the best it can be. They are creating small group activities on multi-cultural living for all students. The team will show how they do this in the classrooms.

Assistant principal Dr. Clarence Miller will introduce the Peer Mediation Team. Eleven Glenelg students are trained to help other students to resolve their conflicts. Students will display their skills through role playing, and you may ask questions about the program.

Mr. McGregor is eager to have all parents come to see these exciting programs in action. He says that Glenelg High has a fantastic program, and you just have to see it in action to see how great these students are. So mark your calendar.*

If you've never been to a PTA-sponsored art auction, you've missed some fun.

The Pointers Run Elementary School PTA is sponsoring an art auction Saturday in the school cafeteria, and it promises to be an enjoyable adult evening. You can preview the pieces to be auctioned at 7 p.m. The bidding starts at 8 p.m. All profits will help fund the PTA cultural arts programs at the school.

No need to worry if you've never been to an auction before. The amiable people who run the auction will explain the procedure. They'll make it fun and easy for you to get the pieces you want for your home. The work is varied and interesting, and the prices are reasonable.

Your $5 admission at the door entitles you to hors d'oeuvres, homemade desserts and beverages. Anyone is welcome. For more information, call 531-7142 or 490-5340.


Don't forget to drop off your extra books for the Book Olympics. There is a Big Book Bin in the lobby of Glenwood Middle School. The students are reading in the Olympics until March 12, and they need many books of upper elementary through high school reading level. CAll 313-5520 for more information.


Today is the day "Professor Bodywise" will visit Clarksville Elementary School, courtesy of the PTA Cultural Arts committee. Four actors promote nutrition, exercise, personal and dental hygiene, safety and substance abuse resistance.

The students love programs like this, and the actors bring home their messages as no parent or teacher can.


Mount View Middle School in Marriottsville will open in September. To fill the new school, about 500 students will transfer from Glenwood and Patapsco middle schools.

The department of education has proposed to transfer Glenwood students who live east of Underwood Road, Pfefferkorn Road and Route 32. The proposal does not affect any students currently attending Bushy Park Elementary, but it does affect students living in the West Friendship area.

If you are interested in the proposed boundary line adjustments, plan to attend a public hearing at 7:30 p.m. March 9 at the department of education.


Many churches observed the beginning of Lent yesterday. Wednesday evenings during Lent, beginning March 10, the Rev. Harry Brunett, vicar of St. Andrew's Church, will meet with church members and newcomers.

The informal meetings run from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Participants will discuss the Episcopal church. Glenwood area church members open their homes for these meetings. To attend, call 489-4035.

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