Students recognized for accomplishments WEST COUNTY -- Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills


June 29, 1993|By VICKI WELLFORD

Odenton Elementary School ended the year with an awards ceremony to recognize the outstanding accomplishments and skills of its students.

The "Most Improved For the Year" award went to: Conchita Colbert, Margaret Donohue, Michael Hill and Tim O'Hara.

The "Whole Year Good Citizen" award was presented to: Justin Aisquith, Laura Ashton, Adam Brand, James Brannon, Theresa Draughon, Kristi Forrester, Ron Gonski, Shawn Gonzales, Melissa Knight, Alex Maymir, James McGill, Kristine Price, Katie Scholes, Chris Timberlake, Mallory Wright and Rebecca Yates.

The "Whole Year Perfect Attendance" award was given to: Ryan Bosley, Scott Brosig, Lorenzo Brunelle, Joshua Carlson, Michael Crush, Kevin Dyer, Jennifer Ellick, Jason Fowler, Melissa George, Mary Gill, Sheila Hagan, James Haupt, Rebecca Jackson, Christopher Keen, Amanda Knapp, Barry Lear, Michael McGee, Michael Miller, Jessica Morgan, Aaron O'Hara, Torri Proctor, Marquita Savoy, Felicia Smith, Rebecca Yates and Katie Zeller.


Three members of Arundel Senior High's Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) have been chosen to compete in Washington this summer against students from around the country in tests of business and leadership skills.

The students were tested during competition at the FBLA State Leadership Conference in April. David Kershner placed first at the state level in Accounting 2. Tony Steele was second in Introduction to Business. Vincent Garufi was selected to be part of the State Parliamentary Procedures team.

Vincent was part of the four-member Arundel Parliamentary Procedures team, which finished third in the state competition. Vincent and team members Tara Kreiger, Missy Hawes and Robert Sutton were awarded a plaque, which they gave to English teacher and forensics sponsor Carol Myers for her help in preparing for the competition.

Other competitors from Arundel were: Rosanne Blazevic in computer applications, Heather Matys in word processing, and Jenn Carmo and Dan Patterson, who competed in the economics event.


Students from MacArthur Middle School took part recently in the Maryland Band Directors' Association State Solo and Ensemble Festival at Towson State University.

The students' performances were rated and they received the following scores:

* Judged "Excellent" were Uriah Robins and Justin Maczis for their snare drum duet; Christina Wagner and Theresa Parsons for their clarinet and flute duet; and Stephanie Giardina for her flute solo.

* Judged "Superior" were Tetra Lewis and Pam Ford for their clarinet duet; Natalie Butts and Jennifer Brown for their flute duet; and Theresa Parsons, Jodie Harriott and Jeannie Vieve Andres for their flute solos.

The musical duo Magpie will teach children about the sea and its creatures at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Odenton Library, 1270 Odenton Road, and at 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. July 8 at the Provinces Library, 2624 Annapolis Road in the Severn Square Shopping Center.

Terry Leonino and Greg Artzner involve children in performing "Blue Crab Blues" and other songs.

Also at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. tomorrow, at the Provinces branch, professional magician Michael Chamberlin is returning with a bagful of comedy magic tricks.

The magic show and Magpie are part of the county library system's Summer Reading Program. All performances are free and open to preschoolers and children entering grades one through six in the fall. Registration is not required for the hour-long show, but seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information, call (410) 222-7371.


Come and be uplifted by the Faith Community Church Choir as it presents "America, Lift Up Your Voice" 11 a.m., Sunday at the church, 1306 Waugh Chapel Road, Gambrills.

The service will be followed by a potluck dinner and communion. Bring a main dish and dessert or salad to share. There will be no 8:15 a.m. or 6:30 p.m. service.

For more information, call (410) 672-3698.

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