'My Fair Lady' on stage at Mt. Hebron ELLICOTT CITY/ELKRIDGE


March 22, 1993|By JEAN LESLIE

Mt. Hebron High School invites you to its spring musical, "My Fair Lady," which will be presented on March 25, 26 and 27 in the high school auditorium.

The play, set in Victorian England, involves Professor Henry Higgins' transformation of down-and-out flower seller Eliza Doolittle into a "proper lady." Musical selections include "The Rain in Spain," "I'm Getting Married in the Morning," and "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?"

Mt. Hebron's cast includes Andrew Farrell as Henry Higgins, Marloe Apelman as Eliza, Zach Kulis as Colonel Pickering, Jesse Barnes as Doolittle, and Greer Colvard as Mrs. Pierce.

Faculty direction is provided by band director Bob Johnston, choreographer Amanda Tschirgi, vocal director Kitty Wright, and director Tom Sankey.

Tickets, which can be purchased at the door or in the school front office, are $5. For information, call the school at 313-2880.


To celebrate Earth Month in April, 4-H member Rick Plenge is inviting Howard County young people to join him and his team of volunteers from 10 a.m. to 12 noon on Friday, April 16. During a spring break meeting, Rick will lead a hands-on workshop of environmental demonstrations. The children will learn methods of determining the age of a tree and the vital role trees play in our environment.

Youths who attend should bring an empty two-liter soda bottle and a bag of yard waste (leaves, grass, twigs) to contribute to the existing bins in operation. Using the existing soil compost, those attending will plant tree seedlings donated by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources in the 2-liter bottles. Once at home, parents can help the children to plant the trees in their yards or at a designated site in the community.

The group will meet at Centennial Park's composting facility next to the boat ramp parking lot.

As part of his 4-H program, Rick, a Mt. Hebron High School senior, is evaluating waste management in landfills.

He has established a partnership with Burleigh Manor Middle School students in Ms. Ireland's class. One of their main goals is the management and monitoring of Howard County's composting facilities in Centennial Park. The group is planning tree plantings and other community beautification projects.

For information on the workshop, call Rick Plenge at (410) 465-7790 between 6 and 9 p.m. If you would like to reserve a spot in this fun and educational event for your child, call before April 13.


Tonight from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Rockland United Methodist Church will have an all-you-can-eat Soup Supper. A variety of soups and barbecue will be served, as well as beverages and dessert. All are welcome to attend.

Adult tickets cost $5, children's tickets for ages 6 to 12 cost $2.50, and children under age 6 eat for free.

Rockland United Methodist Church is located at the intersection of Old Frederick Road and Chapel Avenue in Ellicott City. For further information or directions, call Lorraine McShane at 465-3024.


The Learning Disabilities Association of Howard County cordially invites county parents to its monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Media Center of Howard High School.

This month, LDA will sponsor a Roundtable Discussion for parents, chaired by president Janet Nuse. Under discussion will be the state's new policy of inclusion. Under this policy, most special education students will be mainstreamed into "regular" classrooms. Many parents of learning disabled children hold that this policy may not best serve their children, and that inclusion may also present other problems.

At the Roundtable, parents can share their own experiences with inclusion. The LDA hopes to submit a report of their findings to the Board of Education.


Centennial High School's Drama Department has announced its selection of children for its April 1, 2, and 3 production of "The Music Man." Erin Holmes of Worthington Elementary, Emily Smith of Northfield Elementary, Abby Arnold-Oches of McDonough School, Jenny Zonarich of Centennial Elementary, and Joel Frisch and Shawn Rowe of Burleigh Manor Middle School, along with children from other areas of the county, will play in the Children's Band. Congratulations to the newest members of the cast!


The Ladies Auxiliary to the Elkridge Volunteer Fire Department will hold its second annual Spring at the Station Craft Bazaar from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 3. Over thirty area crafters will present their new lines of goodies. You can also buy edible goodies at the home baked table.

Parents, remember to bring the little ones, as the Easter Bunny will arrive by Fire Engine at 11:00 a.m., and hand out Easter surprises.

The Elkridge Volunteer Fire Department, located at 6275 Old Washington Road in Elkridge, has opened its doors for the Craft Bazaar. For more information on this fun event, call Cathy at 379-0315.

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