New Severn School head sets goal to learn names

NEIGHBORS

January 13, 1994|By JONI GUHNE

Bill Creeden, the new headmaster at Severn School, has given himself a challenge for the new year. He promises to know every student's name by the end of January. His dedication to the kids, combined with an enviable memory and a copy of the Severn yearbook, will help him reach his goal.

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If you were a member of the Anne Arundel Community Concert Association, you would be attending Monday's 8 p.m. concert by the Vancouver Wind Trio at Severna Park High School.

The trio will present selections by Mozart, Corelli, Gershwin and Joplin.

For information on subscribing to next season's series, call 647-6873 or 647-7851.

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Members of Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church are traveling by bus to the Annapolis State House Monday night to join the Stop Handgun Violence Rally.

Participants will park at the Navy-Marine Corps Stadium, and will begin the march at 6 p.m. Scheduled to speak at the 6:30 p.m. event are former White House press secretary Jim Brady, Annapolis Mayor Al Hopkins and Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke.

Information: 647-2550.

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The Bereavement Center of Hospice of the Chesapeake also is doing something about the violence in our society. Adult family members and friends who are grieving the murder of a loved one may attend an eight-week group meeting, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. from Wednesday through March 9 at the Millersville office.

Also, a hospice group meets at 7:30 p.m. on the first Monday of each month.

The groups are free. For information and reservations, contact Betty Asplund at 987-2129.

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The Severna Park Jaycees invites prospective members to a non-alcoholic cocktail party featuring snacks and "mocktails."

The Mocktail Party will be served from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the former Art in the Park shop at Park Plaza, next to the Cosmetic Center.

The Jaycees are an international organization for men and women ages 21-39 who want to learn practical management and improve individual development skills through community service projects.

Information: 544-0699.

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The Severna Park United Methodist Church is offering two interesting programs. A Human Relations seminar is planned from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Sunday to learn how and where to volunteer.

The church also has scheduled a marriage encounter seminar on Jan. 26, Feb. 2 and Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the church, 731 Benfield Road.

Information: 987-4700.

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Thirteen Anne Arundel Community College students have been inducted into Tau Alpha Pi, the national honor society for engineering technologies majors.

Six of those students placed in the top 2 percent of their class. They are David Bostak of Severn; Robert Bussink, James Johnson, Michael Kaiser and Gabriel Saavedra of Annapolis; and Allen Chan of Baltimore.

The remaining new inductees are Timothy Connelly and Donald Smith of Edgewater; Trent Greenwell and Mun Yu of Glen Burnie; and Sophia Stachel of Odenton.

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If creating crafts is the way you're keeping busy indoors during these cold winter evenings, let those potential treasures earn money for you at the Old Mill High School Spring Craft Show on March 26.

The band boosters, event sponsors, say there are a limited number of spaces available.

Call 760-5067.

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