Clarksville raffle prize is $10,000 WEST COUNTY -- Clarksville * Highland * Glenelg * Lisbon


April 15, 1993|By SALLY BUCKLER

Do you want to win $10,000? Maybe this is your year to win the Clarksville Picnic raffle. This year's picnic, sponsored by the members of St. Louis Church in Clarksville, is scheduled for June 26. Tickets for the raffle's $10,000 first prize cost $10 and are on sale beginning this weekend after all Masses in front of the church.


The first St. Louis Golf Benefit will be held on April 23 at the Patuxent Greens Country Club, off Route 97 in Laurel.

They'll spend their day in the sun benefiting the St. Louis School development fund. For a modest entry fee, golfers will play 18 holes, have a chance to win a car and enjoy a luncheon with many door prizes. Call Ernie Capelle, 964-5621, for more information.


Are you ready for a dance contest? The St. Louis CYM students will dance their socks off in the school gym Friday from 7 p.m until 10 p.m., and a dance contest is one activity planned for the evening.

Admission is $3, and students are invited to bring a friend. Call youth minister Chuck Wible at 531-6668 for more information.


Glenelg High School's Band and Marching Unit proved its excellence at the Orlando Music Festival. Now you have a chance to hear some of those band members, as the Jazz Band presents its annual Spring Concert at 8 p.m. April 30.

The band will play jazz, swing, rock and ballads. There will be vocalists from the school, and guest soloist Clint Sharman will bring the house down with his Benny Goodman-style "Sing, Sing, Sing." Mr. Sharman is a former trombonist with Buddy Rich, and he currently tours with Liza Minelli.

Tickets may be purchased for $7 in advance by mailing a check made out to the Glenelg High School Band to Glenelg High School Band, 14025 Burnt Woods Road, Glenelg, Md. 21737. You may send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to receive your tickets by mail, or pick up your tickets at the box office the night of the performance.

This is a great chance for you to see and hear the Jazz Band before its trip to the Montreaux and North Sea jazz festivals this summer.


"It's a matter of life and death," says Karen Gibson. Everyone needs to understand that the problem of AIDS is not going away.

The Glenelg High School PTSA is sponsoring a meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the school.

The program is "AIDS: What You Need to Know," and it's designed for students and their parents. We all hear more than we'd like about AIDS, but education is a key to helping stop the spread of AIDS.

A panel of AIDS experts will help educate participants about the problem in Howard County. Panel members are Lynn Shumake from the Howard County AIDS Alliance; Mary Mazzuca, Howard County Department of Health; Lenny, a person who has HIV/AIDS; and Peggy Schultz, who is with the Howard County Department of Education.


Congratulations to Glenelg High School students Sarah Ramirez and Elizabeth Pagel. Sarah won third place and Elizabeth earned an honorable mention in an essay contest sponsored by the Business Women's Network of Howard County.

The contest was in recognition of Women's History Month in March. Lynne Griffin, co-author of "The Book of Women: 300 Notable Women History Passed By," spoke at a reception and dinner in her honor.

County Council Chairwoman Shane Pendergrass and Business Women's Network President Janice Bauman presented the awards for the essay contest at the dinner March 31.


Here are some important notes for parents of schoolchildren: All schools close two hours early for parent-teacher conferences Monday. All elementary and middle schools close two hours early for the remainder of the week. Your local school will give you information about conferences. When you make plans for the summer, remember that the 1993-94 school year begins Aug. 30.


As our population becomes more diverse, we become aware of the value of other people and other cultures. Cultural diversity and community building are particularly important in our schools.

The PTAs at seven area schools will offer a community relations forum at 7 p.m. Monday in the cafeteria of Pointers Run Elementary School.

The program will feature Jackie Brown, the human relations director for Howard County Public Schools.

Sgt. Rodney Stem from the county sheriff's office and Officer Bruce Lohr of the Howard County Police Department are experts on hate crimes. They will offer suggestions on how to improve community relations.

Participating PTAs are from Atholton, Bushy Park, Clarksville, Clemens Crossing, Lisbon, and Pointers Run elementary schools and Clarksville Middle School. For more information, call Teresa Logan 313-7142.


A group of fourth- and fifth-graders from Pointers Run Elementary School wants to go to Boulder, Colo., to attend the 1993 United Nations Environmental Awareness Programme Global Youth Forum.

These students are involved in a global environmental issues program, and they have been communicating with students in )) the Bahamas and Canada. The students hope to be able to meet youngsters from their partner schools at the workshops and General Assembly. If you can help them raise the $600 per person they need to participate in the May trip, please call teacher Jacklyn Benner or principal Andy Barsinger at the school

at 313-7142.

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