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April 28, 1993

Germans dub Glenelg 'cool'

"A super school with beautiful grounds, cool teachers and a really cool headmaster" is how 10 exchange students from Traunstein, Germany, described their two-week stay as the guests of Glenelg Country School and nine host families.

Megan Guerra, Glenelg admissions director and a former German teacher, arranged the visit by the students and two faculty chaperones who live near her parents' summer home.

During their stay, the German ninth-grade students toured Washington, visited Potomac Mills Mall, Baltimore's National Aquarium and the Maritime Museum in St. Michael's on the Eastern Shore. They also attended classes at Glenelg Country School.

This summer, Ms. Guerra hopes to take a small group of Glenelg students to Traunstein, which is one hour southeast of Munich.


* Marriottsville: 800 block of Marriottsville Road: Someone cut the molding around the back window on a 1990 Ford and removed the glass to enter the vehicle about 8:30 p.m. April 20. All four doors on the vehicle were pried and the locks were damaged. A rear tire was flattened also. A $250 miter box and a $170 cordless drill were stolen.

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