'Meals on Wheels' needs volunteers for delivery



"Meals on Wheels," a vital service in our community, is in critical need of volunteers to deliver nutritious meals to TC homebound people, enabling them to maintain their independence and continue to live in their own homes. Meals are delivered to people of any age or economic status who are unable to shop or prepare meals for themselves. Visits by volunteers also provide an important social interaction for the homebound and a link to the community. Young or old are encouraged to participate.

The only qualifications are that you have a valid Maryland driver's license and a vehicle to transport meals. All meals will be picked up at the Pascal Center. It takes approximately two hours for each route. Empty containers are returned to the Brooklyn Park United Methodist Church.

For more information, call 263-5444.


Looking for a great way to cool off in this scorching summer heat? The first of three authors in the county library's Summer Reading Program will appear at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Brooklyn Park Branch Library, 1 E. 11th Ave.

Former circus clown David Wisniewski will demonstrate shadow puppets to show how he developed his unique cut-paper illustrations in books such as "Elfwyn's Saga" and "Rain Player."

Children will have a chance to meet and talk with Mr. Wisniewski. This summer program is free and open to all children entering grades one through six in the fall. Advance registration is not required. Seating is limited, however, and is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

While you are there, be sure to pick up your Summer Reading Starter Kit and register for the Summer Reading Program.

For more information: call 222-6260.


Brooklyn Heights United Methodist Church is housing a new program called "Moms and Tots." It is sponsored by the Anne Arundel County Department of Health and the YWCA of Greater Baltimore.

This program meets from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. every Wednesday in the education building. The YWCA provides activities for the children while mothers discuss such issues as nutrition, self-esteem, domestic violence, protection and child discipline.

The church is at 110 Townsend Ave. For more information, call 789-3688.


North County High School news: Congratulations to the students who received recognition at the Spring Sports Banquet held May 25 at Michael's Eighth Avenue.

Girls Lacrosse: Most Valuable Player, April Hall; Dedication Award, Joyce Abarro and Karen Wick; Unsung Hero, Stacey Mayo, Jamie Dembeck and Cindy Abarro.

Baseball: Pride Award, Justin Godfrey and Bobby Christopher; Unsung Hero, Steve Tornshack; Most Improved Player, Dave Saffield.

Boys Lacrosse: Most Improved Player, Jon Vance and Ryan Ross; Unsung Hero, Bob Lincoln; Boomer Award, Cory Fowler; Shining Knight (Academic Award), Tim Valenta; Knight "Ground Hot", Chris Lamy.

Tennis: Best Record, Heidi Newcomer and Emma Ketterle; Most Improved Player, Anne Ketterle; Unsung Hero, Keith Matuszewski.

Softball: Pride, Hustle, Desire Award, T. C. Horney Senior Awards, Leanne Jones and Kristen Sauble.

Girls Track and Field: Most Valuable Players, Kenda Johnson and Tamiko Mack; Most Improved, Agnes Osinski; Unsung Hero, Tashana Williams.

Boys Track and Field: Most Valuable Player, Toney Fowlkes; Most Improved Athlete, John Pinkosz and Chris Connolly; Unsung Hero, Topper Ellis and Danell Baskin.

* Don't forget the cheerleading clinic, sponsored by the North County Cheerleaders, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Tuesdya, Wednesday and Thursday. For more information, call 222-6970.


The Chesapeake Health Plan, a mid-Atlantic HMO, is relocating to larger quarters in the Empire Towers, 7310 Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie.

The facility has better handicapped accessibility and access to public transportation.

Information: 944-6060.

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