Boy Scouts honored with medals, rank advancements


October 18, 1994|By NATALIE HARVEY

Boy Scout Troop #75 held a Court of Honor Oct. 11 at Christ Memorial Presbyterian Church, Allview, sponsor of the troop.

Three standard Scout awards, gold, silver and bronze, were presented during the ceremonies.

Gold Medal recipients were: Lance Marshall and Stan Ward.

Silver Medal recipients were: Joel Hampshire, Brett Kennedy, Bobby Rosebrough, Stan Ward, Matt Green, Jonathon Leshin, Chris Roth, Randy Fulcher, Phil Browning and Steve Watson.

Bronze Medal recipients were: Bobby Rosebrough, Jon Barnes, Keith Cooley, John Vidal, Chris Luther, Aaron McWethy, Stephen Watson, Alex Perry, Jason Slanga, Bryn Johnson, Danny Roth, Mike Schaffer, Jeremy Miller, Joe Blasi, Joey Wensus and Paul Klink.

Rank advancements were presented to: Joe Nuffer, scout; David Moore, tenderfoot; Matt LeBaron, first class; Chris Luther, Alex Perry, Mike Schaffer and Steve Watson, star; Totin Chip, Bran Anderson, Kurt Anderson and Joe Nuffer.


"Keep Christ In Christmas" is a poster contest sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and open to all parochial and public school students through the eighth grade.

Posters should be 12 inches by 18 inches and may be in crayon, ink or watercolor.

Each Knights of Columbus council will select a first-place and optional second- and third-place winner. Entries are judged on originality, statement of theme and artistic quality.

At the state level, awards will be for first, second and third in each art medium category.

Contest entry information: 730-7446 or 792-5000, Ext. 4961.


Adoptive parents and their children are invited to register for the program "All Ours, Forever" at the Howard County Library, Nov. 16.

Registration, which begins Nov. 7, may be made by phone, 313-7880, or in person.

The story time for 3- to 8-year-olds is co-sponsored by the Adoptive Family Network.


The Columbia United Christian Church is sponsoring a four-part series on violence.

The first sermon, "Violence and Women," will be delivered during the church's 10:15 a.m. service Sunday at the Oakland Mills Meeting House, 5885 Robert Oliver Place.

The congregation is a blending of the Church of Brethren, Disciples of Christ and United Church of Christ.

Unaffiliated men and women are welcome to attend the series. Information: 410-730-1770.


It pays to volunteer at Stevens Forest Elementary School.

Beginning this month, volunteers will be asked to fill out a "Volunteer of the Month" slip.

At the end of the month, two names will be drawn and two volunteers will each receive a $5 gift certificate donated by the merchants in the Oakland Mills Shopping Center.


The Columbia School of Theatrical Arts is forming classes for boys and girls in kindergarten through 12th grade.

Dramatics, dance, musical theater workshop and ensemble, and Broadway dance styles will be offered. Information: 410-992-4315.


Stevens Forest Elementary School has announced its first group of Citizens of the Month for the 1994-1995 academic year. Teams and students honored last Wednesday were:

Cherry Team: Keith Trahan, Michelle Estabrook and Kyle Dexheimer; Tulip Team: Troy Gleason and Melissa Hawkes; Oak Team: Ashley Johnston, Paige Walter and Alex Price; Dogwood Team: Sylvia Johnson, Kristina Campbell, Arthur Douglas and Jennifer Hersey; Sassafras Team: Sean Wilson, Kori Johnson and Kevin Daughaday.


Amherst House, in Kings Contrivance Village, is offering "energy fuel" -- coffee, hot chocolate, tea and doughnuts -- to volunteers who arrive between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Saturday, before they help with the village cleanup.

Trash bags will be provided, and suggested areas will be listed.

Bring your friends and neighbors, have fun, and beautify KC neighborhoods.

Information: (410) 381-9600.


Amherst House is sponsoring a "Halloween Happening" at Hammond High School's Haunted House at 5:30 p.m., 6:15 p.m. and 7 p.m. Oct. 28.

There'll be trick or treating at the village shopping center before cider and cookies are served at Amherst House. Information: (410) 381-9600.

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