Students learn about teamwork


November 16, 1993|By VICKI WELLFORD

Waugh Chapel Elementary School is motivating students to learn to enjoy their classroom experience through a new program, "Citizen Slips."

Each month, students are introduced to a different motivational theme. At the end of the month, teachers recognize students who meet established goals and exhibit positive social behavior.

During October, students learned about teamwork and cooperation in one-on-one relationships and as part of the entire school community.

Students recognized for their efforts were: Travis Baily, Jason Baines, Brooke Collier, Casey Cross, Meredith Curtis, David Dakal, Tiffany Ferguson, David Gainer, Lindsay Grassel, Lena Hinson, Jack Kriger, Cortney Madsen, Cara Palmer, Jamie Perez,

Alvin Ragland, Lindsay Rinehart, Jakyle Shirley, Derek Smith and Lindsey Stapleton.


The Epiphany Episcopal Church will have a Christmas Bazaar from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday.

An English Tea Room will be open, featuring scones and trifles. The baked sale table has many tasty and tempting holiday goodies. The church's cookbook will be on sale, and for the 25th year, pecans will be sold. Crafts, candy, jewelry, Guatemalan and Salvadoran handcrafted items will be for sale.

The church is at 1419 Odenton Road. For more information, call 674-8819.


The Greater Odenton Improvement Association will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Odenton Fire Hall on Route 175.

The main order of business will be the election of officers. The board has nominated Glenn Akers to be president, replacing Norm Myers. Andy Powell is nominated to replace Sally Shoemaker as first vice president, and Shoemaker has been nominated to be second vice president, replacing Dale Crane.

Al Shehab, Steve Sindle and Walt Garrett have been nominated to fill vacancies on the board of directors.


The O'Malley Senior Center, 1275 Odenton Road, will sponsor a program, "Safe Source of Income," from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Thursday and Friday.

This is a two-day program that will be presented by Roger Thusius, registered investment adviser. He will help participants understand investment possibilities and choose those that will provide adequate income during changing economic conditions.

There is no fee for this program, however registration is required.

For further information or to register, call 222-6227 or 621-9515.

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