Village board, council hopefuls to meet residents EAST COLUMBIA

NEIGHBORS

April 13, 1993|By NATALIE HARVEY

All residents of East Columbia villages are invited to meet their 1993 village board and Columbia Council candidates during a series of "Meet Your Candidates" forums next week.

Monday at 7:30 p.m., Long Reach village candidates Ron Beard and Roy Lyons of Phelps Luck, Cecilia Januszkiewicz of Kendell Ridge and Gail Bailey of Jeffers Hill will be at Locust Park Neighborhood Center in Long Reach.

Oakland Mills village candidates David Hatch of Talbot Springs and Ruth Cargo, Gary Glison, Eric Bauman and Fran Wishnick, all of Stevens Forest, will be at the Other Barn in the Oakland Mills Village Center Monday at 7:30 p.m.

Next Tuesday, Owen Brown village candidates Wanda Hurt, Jay Stearman and Walter Davidson, all of Dasher Green, will be at the Owen Brown Community Center at 7:30 p.m.

On April 21 , Kings Contrivance candidates Albert Genemans, Bill Sowders and Chuck Rees, all of MacGill's Common, Barbara Seely and Paul Amico of Dickinson, and Shayna VanMeter of Huntington will be at Amherst House at 7 p.m.

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Families who would like to be host to Catholic and Protestant Irish teen-agers for six weeks this summer are asked to call the St. John the Evangelist Social Ministry Office, (410) 964-1434.

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Oakland Mills Summer Camps, for children 3 to 8, are accepting registration for three sessions: June 21 through July 2; July 5 through July 16; and July 19 through July 30.

Cost ranges from $87 to $116, depending on the length of the camp and the type of Columbia Association package plan or pool membership the family has. Information: (410) 730-4610 or (301) 596-5237.

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The Columbia Association Nature Camp has added the option this year of one- or two-week camps for boys and girls from kindergarten to sixth grade. Camp activities include canoeing, fishing, crafts, archery, nature and sports. Swimming and overnight stays are added for the two-week camp. For information, call 715-3168.

Nature Explorer Camp, for children in sixth grade and up, will visit a western Howard County farm to feed animals, plant a garden, have a hayride and experience farm life. Information: 715-3165.

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Stevens Forest Elementary students received "Good Citizen" awards at the February and March school assemblies.

February team honors from the teachers went to Cherry Team members Michelle Kupiec, Paige Walter, Marc Schulman, Grace Derenberger and Jamie Buonato.

Tulip Team members included Hema Kumar, Anna Rideout, Judy Gottsagen and Ryan Gleason.

Named to the Oak Team were Barbara Gregory, Rachel Conklin, Margaret Bradley, Allison Conklin, Lisa Hamby and James Pittiglio.

Dogwood Team members were Ruth Barth, Shannon Bacon, Peggy Higgs, Brittany Delmore, Nancy Mosedale, T. J. Gleason, Tom Stabile and Wesley Gunn.

On the Sassafras Team were Ann Bradley, Megan Greene, Mary Ann Nolting and Mary Ann Amponsah.

March team honors went to Cherry Team members Steven Manis, Andrew Fenner and Michael Nathan.

Nameed as Tulip Team members were Rebecca Fritz and Kelly McEachern.

Oak Team members were David Barnes, Alex Bare and Michael Lewis.

On the Dogwood Team were Richard Blankman, Christina McDonaugh, Candace Sommerville and Nathan Short.

And on the Sassafras Team were Jenny Schwalbe, David Buckler and Jason Sidor.

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St. John Lutheran is accepting preschool registration for two morning sessions for 3-year-olds and three morning sessions for 4-year-olds. Information: Marie Meyer, 730-7920 or 455-0961.

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Director Amy Pyle Dower is accepting registration for two sessions at Camp Oasis at Jeffers Hill Neighborhood Center, June 21-July 9 and July 12-30.

The camp can accommodate children from ages 4-12. Activities include music, drama, sports, arts, crafts and swimming. Information: 730-8113.

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