Arundel High athletes due physicals


May 31, 1994|By VICKI WELLFORD

All athletes wishing to participate in school sports at Arundel Senior High must be examined and have a certificate of physical fitness before trying out for, or participating in, any school team, including cheerleading.

Arundel will be offering athletic physicals at 2 p.m. June 8 in the school gym. The fee will be $5. Forms are available from coaches and must be signed by a parent prior to the exam. For more information, contact Bernie Walter, athletic director, at 410-674-6500 ext. 252.


Faith Community Church is holding a Summer Celebration at 11 a.m. June 5. Invite friends and your children's friends to hear the Kids Choir present "Basic Training." This musical portrays Bible characters coming alive at a training camp as the counselor teaches Bible lessons about salvation, wisdom, life and freedom. This will be followed by a potluck dinner.

The church is at 1306 Waugh Chapel Road in Gambrills. For more information, call 410-672-3698.


Cub Scout Pack 663 recently gathered to celebrate its last Pack party of the year with an awards presentations. Cubs, their leaders and parents began the evening with games, songs and skits and concluded with the awards.

In Wolf Den 1, Mark Shiffrin, Ian Hines, Clarence Allen and Jason Carter won Arrow Points. Mark Geineder, Patrick Fulton, Andy Horensky, Patrick Kane and Jacob Pomerantz of Wolf Den 2 received Wolf Badges and Arrow Points.

Other awards include:

* Bear Den 1 -- Sports Letter and Arrow Point, Brian LaAsmar; Baseball Pin, Glen LaAsmar; Whittlings Chip and Arrow Points, Kellen Alexander, Ricky Cummings; Whittling Chip, Tony McAllister and Jeffrey Fonteneau; and Arrow Points, David Campbell, George Norris, Bobby Yeager and Patrick Mullen.

* Webelos Den 1 -- Compass Patch, Brady Lambert and Ben Nardone; Engineer and Traveler, Russell Cosner, C. J. French, Andrew Kohlway, Brady Lambert, Ben Nardone, Craig Pangle and Matt Rowland.

* Webelos Den 2 -- Athlete and Communicator, Jason Nizer, Wes Bedsworth, Ian Smith, Ian Stevens and Brian Broseker; Scientist -- Jason Nizer, Wes Bedsworth, Ian Smith and Ian Stevens.

Pack 663 is sponsored by Howard L. Turner American Legion Post 276. The pack will continue to meet for summer activities, including the Junior Olympics, Luau and a car wash. For more information, contact Cubmaster Linda Fonteneau at 410-315-8113.


The United Methodist Women and the United Methodist Men of Nichols Bethel United Methodist Church will hold a crab cake carryout dinner from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. June 18 at the church. Proceeds will go to the social hall/kitchen renovation fund. Large platters, which sell for $8, will include two crab cakes, cole slaw, potato salad, roll and butter. Small platters, which sell sell for $4, include one crab cake, cole slaw, potato salad, roll and butter.

Although the dinners are carryout, those who so wish may eat their dinner in the social hall or on picnic tables outside.

Drinks will be available and cake can be purchased. As a Fathers Day treat, a piece of cake will be given to all fathers who purchase a dinner ticket.

Advance tickets sales only. Deadline for all tickets sales is Sunday June 12. For more information or to purchase tickets call 410-674-2272.


The Fort Meade Retired Officers' Wives Club monthly luncheon will be held at 11 a.m. June 7 at the Fort Meade Officers Club. Judy Toth will present a program on "Shopping in the Orient." Reservations are required and can be made by calling Louise Giddings 410-647-0945 by June 2.


The O'Malley Senior Center will be accepting registration for the Anne Arundel Community College Continuing Education Classes, Cycle 1, from 9 a.m. to noon June 6 through June 17.

Volunteers will be available to assist with registration and to provide information on courses. There is no tuition for seniors 60 years and over, but there is a registration fee of $20 for the 10 week cycle.

For further information, call 410-222-6227 or 301-621-9515.

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