Local students star on winning hockey team

NEIGHBORS

March 29, 1994|By NATALIE HARVEY

Four local students who attend Mount St. Joseph High School in Baltimore were members of their school's winning team in this month's Maryland Scholastic Hockey League Championship at the USAir Arena.

Defensemen Danny Callihan, Sean Bauer, Shawn Ferry and Finn Salmi played a strong game in keeping Bethesda's Landon High scoreless on five power plays to win 5-4.

St. Joe's season record is 13-0-0 and they outscored their opponents 156-11.

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Girl Scout Troop 988 and the Oakland Mills Community Association are sponsoring the annual Easter egg hunt tomorrow from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Other Barn in the Oakland Mills Village Center.

Plenty of other fun activities are scheduled for the afternoon. Registration and a $2 ticket are necessary so that the committee has an ample supply for all the children.

Information: 730-4610.

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Two Stevens Forest Elementary School students' "Maryland, You Are Beautiful" essays have been selected as Howard County finalists in the state Department of Education competition.

Second-grader Alex Douyon and fourth-grader Kristen Zwobot are the talented writers.

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New moms and dads and their infants are invited to join a group of their peers at the Other Barn in the Oakland Mills Village Center. Sponsored by the Oakland Mills Community Association, the new group will meet weekly for lunch, socializing and an exchange of ideas.

Information: 730-4610.

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Principal James Weisner, of Phelps Luck Elementary School, invites parents and guardians to come for coffee and a discussion at the school April 6, at 1 p.m. and at 6 p.m. Call 313-6886 for information.

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Spot the Dog is having a birthday party April 9 at 10 a.m. and children 3 to 12 are invited to attend in the costume of a favorite book character.

Cover To Cover Bookstore-Cafe judges will award prizes for the best costumes in age categories, 3 to 6, 7 to 9 and 10 to 12. Cover To Cover is in the Owen Brown Shopping Center.

Information: 381-9200.

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A three-part course, "Providing Care in the '90s: A Course for Parents and Child Care Providers" begins April 11 at Amherst House in Kings Contrivance Village Center.

"Current Issues in Early Childhood," "Encouraging Children to be Creative Thinkers" and "What do Parents Need To Know?" are the class titles.

The cost of three classes is $50. Individual classes cost $20.

Information: 381-9600.

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