Howard Co. sisters open their own dance studio in Ellicott City

NEIGHBORS

September 19, 1994|By JEAN LESLIE

Ellicott City has a new school of dance, the Blizzard Dance Studio, offering classes in ballet, tap, modern and jazz dance styles for children, teens and adults.

For more information, call Bruce Taylor at (410) 997-4803.

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On Sept. 27, Cub Scout Pack 361 will hold its first pack meeting of the year outside at its regular meeting place, the First Presbyterian Church on Route 108 in Ellicott City.

The theme of the month will be "Explore Your Neighborhood."

Also that evening, the Cubs will be given instructions on the pack's annual fund-raiser, its candy sale. Candy will be distributed at den meetings in September.

Parents who would like their boys to participate in Cub Scouting can find information at Centennial Elementary's Back to School night Thursday, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Rockburn Elementary School in Elkridge will hold its Back to School night at 7 p.m. Thursday.

The meeting will be in the school's cafeteria. After a short business meeting, parents will be given two half-hour sessions with the school's teachers.

School programs, policies and curriculum will be explained during the sessions.

The business meeting will include a presentation from a representative of Elkridge National Bank to explain the newly formed partnership between the bank and the school.

Elkridge Bank has set up a branch office in Rockburn School by building tellers booths and training fourth- and fifth-graders. Children can make deposits twice a month. The bank is called "A Piece of the Rock," a name created by Ryan Losonsky and voted best name by the student body.

Ryan received a $50 gift certificate from Elkridge National Bank for inventing the winning name.

In other Rockburn news, the school has chosen a mascot, the raccoon.

The students will now be know as the Rockburn Rangers. On Sept. 26, parent Gabrielle Parks will make a presentation about raccoons to each team in the school.

Rockburn students should wear their Rockburn Rangers T-shirts that day.

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Dunloggin Middle School will hold its Back to School night at 7:30 p.m. tonight.

Dunloggin welcomes three new staff members this year. Leslie Jones is a science and reading teacher. Nancy Stefan is a social studies and reading teacher, and Mike Mitchell is a long-term

substitute teacher in the art room.

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If you're a grandparent with a few hours to spare, Howard County Library can use your love of reading and children.

Grandparents read to children in all area libraries, as well as help with seasonal intergenerational programs.

Grandparents are needed in the Central, East Columbia, Miller, Savage and Elkridge libraries.

A workshop for grandparents who would like to join will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Oct. 5.

Call 313-7860 for information or to register.

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