Meeting set on proposed boot camp move WEST COUNTY Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills

NEIGHBORS

August 03, 1993|By VICKI WELLFORD

Residents in the Seven Oaks neighborhood of Odenton will get the opportunity to discuss with elected officials a proposal to relocate the state prison boot camp to Fort Meade.

NTC Tomorrow's meeting, at the Odenton Fire Hall on Route 175, will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Maryland correctional officials have proposed moving the Herman L. Toulson Correctional Boot Camp from Jessup and expanding the facility from 365 inmates to 500.

The camp would be 100 yards south of Route 175, near Route 32 and the Seven Oaks development.

Expected to attend the meeting are County Executive Robert R. Neall, County Council Chairman David Boschert, state Sen. John Cade and District 33 Dels. John Gary, Marsha Perry and Elizabeth Smith.

The meeting is sponsored by the Greater Odenton Improvement

Association.

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An Aviation Appreciation Day and Open House will be held from a.m. to 6 p.m. Aug. 14 at Tipton Army Airfield.

The event is sponsored by members of the Fort Meade Flying Activity and the Naval Air Systems Command Flying Club. It will feature displays of antique and World War II airplanes, helicopters and gliders. Other attractions include demonstrations of radio-controlled aircraft and airplane and balloon rides.

Hot dogs with sauerkraut, hamburgers, chips, pretzels, sodas and beer will be sold.

The rain date is Aug. 15.

L For more information, call (301) 677-6806 or (410) 674-7851.

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Arundel High School student Karen Zucco and former students Ian and Chris Kennedy are among the local performers featured in the production of "42nd Street" at the Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre.

Running Monday through Wednesday evenings now through Aug. 18, "42nd Street" features Broadway-style dance numbers choreographed by Bobbi Smith, who has been involved in many of the theater's most successful shows, including "Can Can,"

"Singing in the Rain" and "Hello Dolly."

Performances are at 8:30 p.m. Parking is available at the Board of Education lot next to the theater. All tickets are $7 and reservations are strongly suggested.

Call the box office, 268-9212, or the information line, 268-0809.

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St. Joseph's Church in Odenton will be getting a new pastor next week.

The Rev. John Harrison, pastor at Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Ilchester, will succeed the Rev. Thomas Schmidt, who is being transferred to Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Edgewater.

The Rev. Frank Poux will remain associate pastor at St. Joseph's.

6* The changes are to take place Aug. 11.

Archbishop Francis P. Keough Council, Knights of Columbus in Odenton conducted an installation of officers July 24 at St. Joseph's church.

The new officers are: Jack McLaughlin, grand knight; Joe Snook, deputy grand knight; Mark Conroy, chancellor; Mike Pendleton, warden; Henri Hoover, recorder; Ed Wyrwas, financial secretary; Tom Bresnahan, treasurer; Joe Hundley, lecturer; Art Wheatcraft, advocate; Dave Wallace and Bob Boyd, guards; and John Meinhardt, Rich Walzand Joe Pfeiffer, trustees.

The new pastor at St. Joseph's, the Rev. John Harrison, will succeed the Rev. Thomas Schmidt as chaplain. Richard Swann, deacon, will serve as assistant chaplain of the council.

The coveted "honored guest" for the term 1993-94 was conferred on Past Grand Knight William Smith of Severn, who also is past faithful navigator of the 4th Degree William S. Benson Assembly.

The award represents outstanding accomplishments in promoting the principles of Columbianism.

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The local Meals on Wheels program is urgently in need of people who can volunteer two hours on Fridays or can alternate with others every other Friday.

If interested, contact Gene Murray, area coordinator, at 551-9349.

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