Waugh Chapel students awarded for citizenship


January 18, 1994|By VICKI WELLFORD

Every month, Waugh Chapel Elementary School chooses a theme for citizenship awards.

The theme in December was "Giving Your Best," with citizenship slips awarded to students who were on their best behavior, worked hard on in-class and homework assignments, helped keep their classroom clean and adhered to the rules.

The students honored for good citizenship were: Jessica Alexander, Sheila Baily, Walter Boyd, Kayla Broznowicz, Evan Centineo, Carly Cross, Joan Cruz, Amber Cunningham, Catrina Dailey, Diana Dakai, Lauren Davis, Stephanie DeGroat, Danny Drummond, Nicholas Dukes, Scott Gearhart, Michael Gutierrez, Tanya Harrison, Jeffrey Higginbotham, Ashley Hughs and Elizabeth Hughs.

Also, Kristin Jewell, Gerald Koher, Steven Lambert, Sonny Lewis, John Long, Stephanie Long, Joseph Mendez, Katie Nider, Michael Owen, Amanda Ritte, Ashley Roberts, Craig Roberts, Jason Rollison, Heather Ruppert, Melissa Scott, April Watts, Katie Wiersema and Michael Young.


The Odenton Jaycees are looking for civic-minded neighbors to join the club and help with projects around the community.

The club meets at 8 p.m., the third Tuesday of every month at the Odenton Volunteer Fire Hall. During the meetings they have guest speakers that are of interest to the community.

The next meeting will be at 8 tonight at the fire hall on Route 175.

Information: Karen Ceresa at 621-9508.


St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church is sponsoring a bus trip to Washington Friday for the March for Life anti-abortion demonstration.

The bus will leave the church parking lot at 10:15 a.m.

Participants are urged to dress warmly, wear comfortable shoes and bring a lunch.

The bus ride is free, but a $2 round-trip fare will be collected on the bus for the Metro ride from RFK Stadium to the rally on the Ellipse, just south of the White House. The march will pass the Capitol and U.S. Supreme Court building.

Information: 551-9238.


The Provinces Branch of the county public library will be closed for an undetermined period while a ruptured water pipe is repaired.

The branch is in the Severn Square Shopping Center, Route 175 and Ridge Road in Severn.

For information on the reopening, call 222-6280 or 222-7371.


The Fort Meade Officers' Wives Club monthly luncheon will be held at 11 a.m., Feb. 1, at the Fort Meade Officers Club. The program will present Edmund Truter, the "Merman" of the Baltimore National Aquarium.

Information: (410) 269-1726.

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