Odenton library to bring back magician today WEST COUNTY--Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills

NEIGHBORS

July 13, 1993|By VICKI WELLFORD

Professional magician Michael Chamberlin is returning to the Odenton Branch Library, 1270 Odenton Road, at 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. today with a bagful of comedy and magic tricks. His magic show is one of the events in the library's Summer Reading Program. It is free and open to preschoolers and children entering grades one to six in the fall. Registration is not required for the hour-long show, but seating is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Information: call library headquarters (410) 222-7371.

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The O'Malley Senior Center, 1275 Odenton Road, is sponsoring a concert by two accomplished young musicians, Sheng-Tsung Wang and Hsui-Hui Wang, from 11 a.m. to noon tomorrow at the center. Hsu-Hui Wang, a pianist, and her violinist brother Sheng-Tsung have received many awards in national competitions. He is continuing his studies at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, and she is completing her doctoral degree from the University of Maryland at College Park.

They are presenting the concert of classical music and popular tunes in honor of their aunt Mei Yu Green, who teaches Chinese brush painting at the center. The public is welcome.

Information: 222-6227 or 621-9515.

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Odenton's Archbishop Francis P. Keough Council, No. 5263 of the Knights of Columbus elected a new slate of officers in June.

They include Jack McLaughlin as grand knight; Joe Snook, deputy grand knight; Mark Conroy; chancellor; Miles Pendleton, warden; Joe Pfau, recorder; Ed Wyrwas; financial secretary; George Cronin, treasurer; Joe Hundley, lecturer; Art Wheatcraft, advocate; Dave Wallace, inside guard; Bob Boyd, outside guard; and Trustees John Meinhardt, Rich Walz and Joe Pfeifer.

Snook was chosen to run the program committee; Conroy is to run the church activities; and George Murray was named chairman of the community activities committee. Boyd was named chairman of the council activities committee, and Meinhardt head of family activities. Youth activities will be run by Ken Schmansky; Pendleton was named to head the membership and pro-life activities committees; and Pfeifer was chosen head of the Rosary committee. Walz is to run the bingo committee, while Ray Chase handles Fourth Degree Activities and Bill Smith heads the holding company.

The Very Rev. Thomas Schmidt has been reappointed to serve as council chaplain.

Installation of officers will take place after the 5 p.m. Mass at St. Joseph's Catholic Church on July 24, with a reception to follow in the council home on Becknel Avenue.

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Arundel Senior High School is offering its students an accounting course that uses a college text and parallels college accounting.

The course is the brainchild of Raymond Krolicki, who taught accounting at Arundel for a number of years, then taught college accounting at Anne Arundel Community College.

Krolicki figured some of his high school students could do the college-level work, and fashioned an Accounting 2 course for them, with the emphasis on financial accounting similar to college courses.

Now, he is designing an Accounting 3 course to parallel second year of college accounting with an emphasis on managerial accounting and decision making.

He is planning a field trip to Disney World so his students can study the Disney corporate style first hand. Students have begun fund-raising to help offset the expected cost of $760 a person for airfare, hotels, ground transportation, meals, admissions, instructors and instructional material. Information: call the school at 674-6500.

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