Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills


March 10, 1993

Neall to make tour of Crofton next month

County Executive Robert R. Neall, continuing his all-day jaunts into local communities, will tour Crofton next month.

Mr. Neall's spokeswoman, Louise Hayman, said yesterday the date for the tour was Thursday, April 8. But the schedule has not been completed.

"We're still not sure what we might do," she said.

Mr. Neall already has toured several communities, including Odenton, Brooklyn Park, Severna Park and Edgewater.

Jordan L. Harding, the departing town manager, said he wants to show the county executive new developments and business, as well as projects that Crofton officials have objected to, such as a rock crushing company across Route 3 and a nearby sand and gravel operation currently under consideration by the Board of Appeals.

Spalding cheerleaders 2nd in championships

Archbishop Spalding High School's cheerleaders placed second recently in the Maryland Cheerleading Championships and earned the title of second best in the state.

Cheerleaders representing Spalding include Michele Meyd, Cathy Sowers, Ruthie Toomey, Katie Richter, Kristen Puntey-Bowman, Christie Smith, Shelly Varnum, Vivian Seder, Ryan Riopko, Kristen Dombrowski, Heather Mills, Dawn Springman, Caryn Van Dask, and Kelly Counsel.

The squad qualified to compete in the Eastern Cheerleading Association finals March 20 to 21 in Williamsburg, Va.


* Odenton: Burglars took $40 from a home in the 2600 block of Evergreen Road Friday.

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