Is spring finally here? I acknowledged the arrival of warmer weather this week by tucking away my winter mittens. A touch premature? Unencumbered fingers crossed.
The American Bar Association has granted full accreditation to the Paralegal Studies program at Anne Arundel Community College.
Accreditation is based on curriculum, administration, admissions, student services, library and faculty credentials. All full-time faculty members are attorneys.
Our Shepherd Lutheran Church on Benfield Road continues its Family Forum Series at 7:30 p.m. April 2.
Dr. Anthony B. Wolff, an Annapolis psychologist, will discuss "The Elementary Child: Homework, Discipline and Self-esteem."
Baby sitting is available. Information: 647-1658.
On April 3, have members of the Severna Park High School Marching Band Boosters deliver freshly prepared sub sandwiches to your door.
Orders must be placed by Monday. Call 647-7459 or 544-2017.
The combined string orchestras and symphonic bands from Severna Park middle and high schools present a Festival Concert at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday at the high school.
Archbishop Spalding High School news: Principal Barbara Schwitzer invites prospective students and their parents to an Information Night at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
* It will be the lacrosse battle of the ages -- literally -- on April 3 when alumni take to the field at 11 a.m. The contest will pit former students, odd vs. even years of graduation, for school bragging rights.
The game precedes the varsity game against Central Collegiate High School from Ontario, Canada.
While you're there, check out the award-winning Spalding cheerleaders. The 14-girl team, led by captain Michele Meyd and co-captain Candy Sowers, will compete in the Eastern Cheerleading Association finals this month in Williamsburg, Va.
* Tomorrow is the deadline for ordering Florida oranges and grapefruit for an April 3 pick-up. Information: 969-9105.
The Cancer Resource & Support Center, Inc. is preparing to move to Patriots Plaza, 8055 Ritchie Highway, near Jumpers Hole Road.
Beginning April 2, day programs will be canceled until the new facility opens, but evening classes will continue during the transition in Suite 205 in Patriots Plaza.
From 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on April 14, Michael Stefanek, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Oncology and Medical Psychology at Johns Hopkins Hospital will discuss "Assertiveness with Your Medical Care Team."
Severn School news: Senior Michael S. Doh, son of Dr. Sang and Hyo Doh, has been named a finalist in the 1993 National Merit Scholarship Program.
The selection of 6,500 Merit Scholars from the nearly 14,000 finalists will be announced later this spring.
* A recycling fair, geared toward the middle-school-age child, is planned from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sponsored by the Junior League of Annapolis, the fair features information from Eastern Waste Management, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the county Department of Utilities and Division of Waste Management, the David Taylor Research Center and Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.
*Jones Elementary School has said good-bye to its favorite education resource teacher, Norma Kaminsky, who has been selected as the reading specialist at Folger McKinsey Elementary School.
She is replaced at Jones by Anne Taylor.
Idea worth borrowing: Going to church for an affordable evening out.
At Severna Park United Methodist Church, after a family-style meal, the popcorn is passed, the lights are dimmed, and adults are treated to old favorite flicks, while in another "theater," the kids watch Disney shorts.
Have you seen the new 1993 Business Guide published by the Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce? Pick up a free copy at one of several member businesses or have one mailed to you.
To order, call 987-6625.