Four Seasons Elementary to hold ice cream social, book fair


May 16, 1994|By VICKI WELLFORD

A community column in Monday's Anne Arundel edition of The Sun incorrectly reported the location of an ice cream social in West County on Friday. The event will be held at Waugh Chapel Elementary School in Odenton from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The Sun regrets the errors.

Four Seasons Elementary School is having an ice cream social and book fair from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday in the school cafeteria. Last year's event was a huge success.

For information, call 672-3191.


The Gambrills Odenton Recreation Council will be holding registration for fall sports programs from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday at Francis Station Park in Odenton.


Fees are $35 for one child, $45 for a second and $5 for each additional child.


Cub Scout Pack 269, sponsored by the Four Seasons Women's Club, held its awards and advancement ceremony.

Receiving the Cub Scout's highest honor, the Arrow of Light, were: Brett Bosher, Joe Danahy, Brad Hurst, Michael Innes, Bart Maxwell, Matt Seaton and Marty Shatzer.

Cubmaster Mark Hagensick presented Sean Danahy and Michael Strang with their Bear badges.

Gold Arrows were awarded to Adam Cage, Sean Danahy, Robbie Harris and Reggie Parker.

The Silver Arrow was awarded to Jeff Anderson, Adam Cage, Sean Danahy, Robbie Harris, Craig Maley, Jimmy McColgan, Geoffrey Schieman and Jeremy Wieland. Eddie Cordova and Joey Frykman received two Silver Arrows each and Matt Mobley received three Silver Arrows.

The Webelos badge and athlete and fitness activity pins were awarded to Tim Anderson, Billy Bergbauer, Eddie Christenson, Matt Hagensick and Brandon Rieger.

Mr. Hagensick also presented the sports awards.

Physical fitness belt loops and pins went to: Tim Anderson, Billy Bergbauer, Eddie Christenson, Matt Hagensick, Robbie Harris, Reggie Parker and Brandon Rieger.

Bicycle belt loops went to: Joey Frykman, Craig Maley, Patrick Price, Lovett Roberson, Geoffrey Schieman, Andy Walther and Matthew Yates.

Skating belt loops to: Adam Cage, Robbie Harris, Chris Mayo, Ryan Osborn, Nathaniel White and Jeremy Wieland.

Jimmy McColgan was awarded a physical fitness belt loop. Matt Mobley received a fishing belt loop. Marty Shatzer was awarded a tennis belt loop.

Two members of the pack have bridged over to Boy Scouts. Mark Tyler joined Troop 177 and Sean Linton went to Troop 758.


The Odenton Heritage Society will hold their next meeting at 7 p.m. May 23 at the Odenton Library.

They will hold election of officers for 1994-1996.

Robert Williams will give a slide presentation on the history of the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad. The meeting is open to the public. For information, call 674-3171.


Do you enjoy walking in the outdoors, discovering new areas and making new friends? Then come and walk with the Chesapeake Bay Country Wanderers.

They will be holding their monthly meeting at 7 p.m. May 19 at Perry's restaurant, Route 175 in Odenton. Dinner will be ordered off the menu. Ask for the walking group. For information, call 551-6396.


Family Development Communities, in conjunction with Odenton Elementary School, has organized a focus group on child care.

They will meet at 7 tonight at the school. The group will address strategies on issues such as cost, child care for infants, school-age children, special-needs children and sick children, and hours the service can be made available.

The group is open to the public and meets the third Tuesday of each month.

/# For information, call 551-5208.

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