Roland Terrace Democrats to sponsor Elvis dance

NEIGHBORS

January 03, 1994|By PHYLLIS FLOWERS AND PHYLLIS LUCAS

The Roland Terrace Democratic Club, 619 Matthews Ave., will sponsor an Elvis dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday at the hall. Music will be provided by Reasons, with a floor show performed by Jesse Aaron.

Tickets are $12 a person and include beer, soda and set-ups. You must be 21 or older to attend.

For information or tickets: 636-1504.

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On Dec. 1, the Northern District Police Community Relations Council honored Cpl. James Baublitz with the Officer of the Year Award and Cpl. Michael Belcher and Officer Eric Gennett as Law Enforcers of the Year.

Corporal Baublitz has been a chief investigator for 21 years. Corporal Belcher and Officer Gennett patrol the Northern District on bicycles and in a police car.

These officers are dedicated to citizens in the Northern District. Congratulations on the awards.

* The Northern District Police Community Relations Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Northern District Police Station on Hammonds Lane. Prospective members are welcome.

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Brooklyn Park Elementary School news: The art department needs donations of metallic wrapping paper, large coffee cans, 8-ounce Cool-Whip containers, clean spray bottles from pump hair sprays, squeeze bottles from liquid margarine, old towels, yarn and plastic tablecloths.

* Every month, the Washington Bullets and the school honor those fourth- and fifth-graders who have excelled in the areas of achievement, attendance and attitude. The six students selected by teachers for November are Joshua Perkins and Nicole Young, attendance; Kevin Hammack and Kristy Lutz, achievement; and Jennifer Taylor and Richard Young, attitude.

Students will receive a free ticket to a Bullets game. Congratulations.

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North County High School news: The Parents Club will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the conference room. All interested parents are welcome.

* Five North County students have been named Advanced Placement Scholars by the College Board for their exceptional achievement on the college level Advanced Placement Examinations.

Won Kim has been awarded the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning a 3.50 on five or more AP Exams. The Advanced Placement Scholar with Honor Award was given to John Sena for scoring a 3.25 on four or more AP Exams. Students who received a three or higher on at least three exams qualified for the Advanced Placement Scholar Award. Those students are Matthew Anderson, Christopher Odachowski and Natalie Wass.

* Students and parents are invited to attend Financial Aid Night at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the school. Larry Riordan is the guest speaker.

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The Community Advocate for Senior Opportunities and Services program will begin its 25th year with a fund-raiser.

From 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Feb. 6, the organization will hold a banquet at the Altoona Beach Banquet Room at Mags Creek in Glen Burnie. The menu will include pit beef, pit ham, roast beef, Italian sausages, mashed potatoes, soup, desserts and beer. Live music will be provided by Bonnie & Stan.

Proceeds will benefit the Minivan Fund. Reserve a table and bring 10 of your friends. C.A.S.O.S. organizations are asked to furnish bus transportation for seniors. Information: 761-1769 or 789-2192.

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Arundel Improvement Association news: The association will resume its monthly meetings Wednesday. The board of directors will elect a new chairman for 1994 at the meeting. All members are asked to attend. Information: 789-2192.

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