Girl Scouts receive gold, silver awards

NEIGHBORS

June 07, 1994|By NATALIE HARVEY

Girl Scout Community 57, which includes the Villages of Oakland Mills and Owen Brown, honored members at a recent awards ceremony.

Sarah Himmelheber received the highest achievement, a Gold Award. Silver Awards were presented to: Sarah McCracken, Kristina Dixon, Jill Gerofano, Charise Huhta, Shannon Monahan, Michele Risser, Bethany Smith, Andrea St. Clair, Gail Phillips, Megan Tyler, Jennifer Patton and Jaimee Goodman.

High school graduates Sharon Katkow, Elizabeth Esposito and Rachel Himmelheber were recognized for completing 12 years of Scouting.

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Congratulations to the new slate of Stevens Forest Elementary School PTA officers: Beth Bohac, president; Trish Trahan, first vice president; Susan LoPresto, second vice president; Edy Hekimian, secretary; Cyndi Rogers, treasurer; Susan Beare, PTA Council representative; and Judy Gottsagen, teacher representative.

Keep in mind there are many ways to help the PTA accomplish its goals. Leave a message at the school, 313-6900, if you'd like to help.

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The names of east Columbia students receiving state delegate scholarships were recently announced by Del. Virginia Thomas. From Oakland Mills and Howard High schools were: Jonathan Bakst, Ryan McAllister, Tricia Witte, Jeffrey Wong, Joseph Hensley, David Kardos, David Plasse and Stephen Reid.

College undergraduate scholarships were awarded to: Christopher Bittner, Leonard Boyd, Jeremy Calvert, Romi Deangelis, Claire Ferguson, Jonathan Lazar, Gary Nathan, Aurda Paul, Catherine Pech, Kenneth Plasse, Andrew Rosado, Amy Rosado, Jessica Saltz, Sean Sullivan and Krisrin Terrio.

Diana Miglioretti and Kevin Wilson received college graduate scholarships.

Nontraditional awards were presented to Rebecca Kardos, Linda Caplan and Sarah Fountain. District 13A scholarships applications are received, reviewed and awarded by a District 13A committee appointed by Ms. Thomas.

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Oakland Mills Village Manager Erin Peacock has announced that Nancy Shirey has joined the staff as community events coordinator. You can call Ms. Shirey at 730-4610 or 301-596-5237.

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For fathers who enjoy a good cup of coffee, Fathers' Day gifts of El Salvador coffee will be sold after services by St. John Evangelist Social Ministry Committee at Oakland Mills Meeting House and Wilde Lake Interfaith Center, Saturday and Sunday.

The 8-ounce bags are available in roasted beans, or regular and decaf ground. The cost is $4. You may call 964-1434 to be sure that your selection will be available.

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Owen Brown residents are invited to attend today's meeting at Owen Brown Community Center, 7:15 p.m., to meet Revellopment Inc., residential developer Paul Revelle, who will discuss the development of the Dasher "out-parcel" property between Talisman and Melting Shadows lanes. Information: 381-0202.

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Stevens Forest Elementary School bids a fond farewell to Assistant Principal Jane Sims, who will assume the same job at Phelps Luck Elementary School in Long Reach Village. A warm welcome is extended to her replacement, Susan Goglia, who is assistant principal at Laurel Woods Elementary School.

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The Rev. Patrick Carrion led the service May 22 at St. John Evangelist as two dozen boys and girls received their first communions. Receiving the Eucharist were: Elizabeth Azzaro, Michelle Bone, Dee Brimley, Jay Brimley, Laura Camilli, Katrina Clippert, Matthew Davidow, Brittany Frank, Jolaine Gero, Jules Gero, David Gers, Michael Gilmartin, Peter Hatfield, Bryce Hudak, Ali Johnston, Karen Kreis, Winifred LaFrance, Nicholas Leffner, Livingston Levasseur, Elvire Marc, Kelly Mason, Andres Rojas, Courtney Shiels and Dominic Ventura.

Bill Gilmartin was their teacher.

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Jeffers Hill Elementary School's Readers of the Day, April 18 through May 14, were: Yarryd Lowery, Nichole Goldman, Dennis Lange, Doug Dellinger, Candice Kirklin, Amy Lutz, Caitlin Meeker, Paul Hunt, Arien Talabac, Michael McGadney, Brittany Newsome, Christina Reilly, Cory Melvin, Chanel Vandergrift, Glori Carter, Yuka Kohari, Chancey Gannett, Ashley Hartman, Caitlin Moore, Shana Harcum, Sara Loaiza, Landon Ledoux and Ivy Baker.

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If tarot has always fascinated you, you will want to meet "Dragonrose" Monday evenings at Cover To Cover Bookstore/Cafe in Owen Brown Shopping Center. She is also taking registrations for a tarot class she is creating. Information: 410-381-9200.

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