2 students win award from Army Reserve WEST COUNTY -- Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills

NEIGHBORS

April 20, 1993|By VICKI WELLFORD

Matt Sakal and Traci Koenig from Arundel Senior High School have received the Army Reserve National Scholar/Athlete Award. The award has been presented annually since 1991 by the Army Reserve to high school students who have shown outstanding ability in academics and athletics.

Each year, teachers, coaches and administrators from more than 12,000 high schools nationwide choose about 20,000 students as Scholar/Athlete recipients. An awards ceremony is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. May 28 in the school auditorium.

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Waugh Chapel Elementary School's winners is this year's "Maryland You Are Beautiful" Writing Contest, with its theme of "Say No to Drugs . . . Say Yes To Success," were: Grade 3, April Watts, first place, Darian Watson and Ashley Beatty, second place; Grade 4, Kathleen Lindsey, first place, Diane Newcomer, second place, Daniel Haberman, third place; Grade 5, Qiana Moody, first place, Jason Scott, second place, Ryan Miles, third place.

Congratulations to April Watts: Her entry has been sent to the countywide competition. If selected at the county level, April's writing will go on to the state competition.

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The Odenton Heritage Society Flea Market and Auction is scheduled for Saturday at the Odenton Volunteer Fire Department, Route 175 in Odenton. Activities begin at 9 a.m., featuring home baked goods, food and drinks, books, children's furniture, jewelry, plants and other items.

At noon, auctioneer Jake Miller of Hanover will begin auctioning a wide selection: furniture, glassware, antiques, wildlife stamps and prints and many other one-of-a-kind and mystery items.

In addition, many local businesses have provided goods and services for auctioning: dinners for two, automotive services, beauty treatments, gift baskets, a weekend for two in Williamsburg, Va., and a pair of prime tickets to the sold-out May 22 concert at the Meyerhoff.

All proceeds will go toward restoration of Odenton's first bank building as a community museum of Odenton History.

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Barnacle Bones, a trombone quartet that is one of four chamber groups of the Naval Academy Band, will be performing at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Provinces branch library. The performance is open to the public, and admission is free. For more information, call library headquarters at 222-7371.

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The May luncheon of the Retired Officers' Wives' Club is set for a.m. May 4 at the Fort Meade Officers' Club. The Newe Renaissance Voyces, a group of costumed singers and instrumentalist, will be featured. The group specializes in music of the 15th and 16th centuries, secular and sacred, including a wide variety of madrigals, rounds, folk songs, street cries and anthems.

Their repertoire also includes such later composers as Bach and Mozart, tunes of Colonial America and 20th century numbers. The program is developed with the particular audience in mind, and commentary is given to provide background and enjoyment for the listener.

Reservations are required; call (410) 551-8826 or (301) 776-4048 by noon April 29. Luncheon costs $8.

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