Glenelg Class of '94 to have chemical-free cruise


May 12, 1994|By SALLY BUCKLER

Celebrating graduation with a chemical-free cruise is a tradition at Glenelg High School. The class of 1994 will join for a last get-together as they cruise Baltimore's Inner Harbor on the Bay Lady after graduation May 31.

This is an expensive occasion, but folks in our area have made contributions so organizers Cris Farley and Cynnie Hood can sell tickets to graduates at a reduced price. Their goal is to make the cruise affordable to all.

If you'd like to make a contribution, send it to GHS, in care of Cris Farley, 14025 Burnt Woods Road, Glenelg 21737.


The prom, the senior sports assembly, a class picnic, graduation rehearsals, class night, an awards assembly and finally graduation and the cruise fill the calendars of the Glenelg High School Class of 1994.

Class night, May 27, for seniors will be a memory maker, with dinner and a dance at Turf Valley, and a chance to share goals and memories.

The awards assembly at the school at 8:30 a.m. May 27 will extol the deeds of this gifted class. Parents and friends may attend this event to see many members of the junior and senior classes rewarded for their excellence.


The College Board named six 1993 Glenelg High School graduates Advanced Placement Scholars in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level advanced placement exams.

Cheryl Seymour qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction. Edward Hogan and Hemant Sharma qualified for the AP Scholar with Honor, and Dwight Bates, Elizabeth Pagel and Cassandra Thomas qualified for the AP Scholar Award.


Virginia Beach was the site for the recent North American Music Festival attended by the Glenelg High School choral groups under the direction of Nancy Buckle.

The combined scores of the five competing groups from Glenelg won the school the Festival's Choral Sweepstakes award. That means that the choral groups from Glenelg were best overall, in any division.

In Division AA, the mixed choir and women's choir both received first place, with a superior rating, the highest possible. The madrigals and jazz choir both competed in open class. Both received a superior rating.

The madrigals received a first place, and the jazz choir received a trophy, since there was insufficient competition for places. The men's choir received a trophy and an excellent rating.

The choral music department at Glenelg played host to the Howard County Choral Adjudication recently. Groups from all Howard County High Schools were at the adjudication, a comments-only judging.

Glenelg's mixed choir received rave reviews from the judges, as the madrigals were expected to do last Tuesday in the Howard County Madrigal Festival.

If you'd like to hear Glenelg High School's wonderful choir and madrigals, and the fabulous Glenelg Symphonic Band and Jazz Band, plan to attend the Glenelg Spring Music Concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday . Obtain $4 tickets from students in the bands or choirs or at the door. Call 313-5533.


Next week, both the Glenwood Middle School Concert Band and the Glenwood Jazz Band will perform at 7:15 p.m. Thursday, after the Glenwood PTSA General Meeting at the school. Admission is free. Phone 313-5520.


The Maryland Youth Symphony Orchestra will present the final concert of its season at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Fine and Performing Arts Theatre at Catonsville Community College.

The 90-member orchestra conducted by Glenwood resident Angelo Gatto is celebrating its 30th anniversary and in June will leave for a two-week concert tour of Italy.

fTC Tickets for the concert are $8 and may be purchased at the door. Call 442-5645.


Congratulations to Glenelg Country School's Lynda P. Ellestad, head of the Lower School.

Mrs. Ellestad was named an Outstanding Educator in Howard County by the Howard County Chamber of Commerce April 7.

For 15 years at GCS, Mrs. Ellestad has taught, counseled and acted as mentor and administrator.


At Lisbon Elementary School fifth-grader Kraig Demastus and second-grader Kara Novello received first place awards for the posters they entered in the Howard County Garden Festival Poster Contest.


Clarksville Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Kitty Boyan was selected as one of Maryland's three finalists for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Elementary Science Teaching.


In the "Maryland You Are Beautiful" literacy writing competition, two Clarksville Elementary School students won. Second-grader Carley Katz and fourth-grader Kate Burgy wrote about why it is important to keep our schools drug-free. Their essays were sent to the state competition for judging.


Provident Bank sponsors Math Mania, and Diane Miller's fourth-grade class at Clarksville Elementary School accepts the Math Mania Challenge each month from November through March.

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