Artists to take over media center at Mount View Middle School


March 03, 1994|By SALLY BUCKLER

Mount View Middle School's students and staff are celebrating National Middle Level Education Month, and they invite the community to join them.

Tomorrow is Arti-fact Celebration, where more than a dozen artists will set up "studios" in the school media center. Students will make informal, one-period visits to the studios to see completed works and works in progress, to speak to the artists and to try some artists' techniques.

Organizer and resource teacher Rick Frankle says the artists and teachers are "planting seeds," which may sprout and grow now or later in the artistic lives of the students. Mr. Frankle has worked with Nancy Goyert of Chaselle, one of Mount View's business partners, to arrange to have the artists participate.

Chaselle will present the artists with gift certificates, and the Mount View PTA will serve lunch to the guests. Parents are invited to share in this activity and to join their children for lunch in the dining room.

On Monday, there will be seventh-grade Family Math Night and a one-day canned food drive for the needy, and lunchtime discussions with the American Association of University Women are scheduled for Friday.

For information about these programs, call 313-5545.


People who enjoy sunshine and the outdoors might like this. Kim Hightower, who is in charge of umpires for the Western Howard County Youth Baseball and Softball Leagues, is looking for men and women to officiate games for 8- to 13-year-old boys and girls.

If you like to have fun, want a flexible schedule and are looking for a little extra money, call Kim.

You need no experience for this part-time job, and the league will provide training and equipment. Call 988-9210 evenings after 6 p.m.


Though spring is just around the corner, winter snows in the mountains have meant a bonanza for skiers, who continue to enjoy the slopes. If you'd like to join them, register for the March 12 Department of Recreation and Parks trip from West Friendship for a little night skiing at Ski Liberty.

The bus leaves at 2 p.m. Cost is $65 for the whole package, including lifts, rentals and a lesson. You'll love it. Night skiing is great.


You like to dance, you like the food at C.J.'s Beef Barn and you like to have a good time? Then you'll want to sign up for the Department of Recreation and Parks' Country and Western Dance and Lesson at 7 p.m. March 26.

Try the Texas Two Step, waltzes and line dances. Your $12 ticket includes wine, beer and sodas.

Call 313-5420 to reserve your spot.


Marguerite Rupsis is a goal setter. Before the Class 2A Central Regional indoor track meet Feb. 21, she fixed her sites on setting a new Glenelg High School record in the 800-meter run. She did it. Her record, which she hopes to beat in the State meet, is 2:26.4.


The students in Donna Duke's seventh grade Advisory Class at Glenwood Middle School like to be involved in the community and in environmental projects. They organized the entire seventh grade to collect over 2000 used holiday cards. They sent pictures from the cards to St. Jude's ranch for neglected and abused children, where the pictures are glued onto recycled paper to make new cards to sell to support the ranch.


Last call for citrus fruit from the Glenelg High School Marching Unit. Place your last order of the year for bushels or half-bushels of pink grapefruit or temple oranges by March 10 for pickup March 19.

Call Denise Schmidt at (301) 854-6415 between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m., or drop off your order at the school office. Pick up is from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. Prices range from $9.75 to $18.


Lisbon United Methodist Church will hold its semi-annual Oyster and Ham Supper on March 19 from 1:30 p.m. until they sell out.

Church members will serve oysters; homemade cole slaw, gelatin and potato salad; ham; green beans; corn; rolls; relishes; iced tea, and coffee family style. You may also pick up food to enjoy at home.

Tickets are $9 for adults and $4 for children.

Drop in at the Mini-Bazaar for baked goods, Easter candy, and crafts.

The church is at 15875 Frederick Road between routes 94 and 97 in Lisbon.

For more information, please call the church at 489-7245 or Gayle Carter at (301) 831-3639.


Adorning the hall is the job of the organizing committee at St. Francis of Assisi, and volunteers are needed for the April 30 Reverse Raffle and Dance.

If you'd like to lend a hand, call Bruce Holstein at (301) 776-4588.


The Franciscan Friars hold Vespers Services at 7:30 p.m. every Sunday in Lent at the Folly Quarter Friary.

Call 988-9822 for more information.


Middle school can be befuddling to students and their parents. If you have a child in middle school or one about to enter middle school, you have an opportunity to attend an open forum at Clarksville Middle School, with Instructional Director of Middle Schools Alice Haskins.

She will answer your questions about middle school, its philosophy, programs, or anything else you'd like to know. This joint Parent Teachers Association meeting sponsored by the Clarksville, Hammond, and Patuxent Valley middle schools' PTA's is set for 7:30 p.m. March 21.


The final performance in the Glenelg Country School's Concert in the Manor series is at 8 p.m. March 12. Saxophonist James Cunningham will perform.

Tickets are $12. Call Rayna Woodford at 410-531-2229 for more information.

Glenelg Country School's forum -- "Raising Caring Children in a Challenging Society" -- continues this week with a program entitled "At the Crossroads: Choosing between Isolation and Involvement."

The program begins at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and is free and open to the public.

Call 531-5775.

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