String musicians will perform at Bethany Lane Baptist Church


October 25, 1994|By NATALIE HARVEY

Cellist Kyra Sliwinski, a Hammond High School freshman, is a member of Brooks Bozman's C String Club, which will play a concert at the Fellowship Hall of Bethany Lane Baptist Church, 3030 Bethany Lane, Ellicott City, at 5 p.m. Nov. 13.

When not rehearsing, Kyra enjoys impromptu musical sessions with her mother, who plays piano and her sisters, who play flute and violin.

The C String musicians include a second-grader, Heather Stebbins; two fifth-graders, Adele Hoffman and David Cho; Heather Blackburn, who teaches at Washington State University in Pullman, Wash.; and Brooks Bozman, who in addition to teaching is a member of the Maryland and Roanoke Symphony orchestras.


he Peabody Preparatory is inviting the public to attend the school's open house at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Columbia Academy, 9210 Route 108, Columbia.

The Peabody Childrens' Chorus Training Choir, in Halloween costumes; dance students; and prep faculty will present a concert.

Faculty members will discuss enrollment for adults and children in piano, flute, voice, French horn, saxophone and classical guitar classes. Information: 410-997-0800.


Oakland Mills Village's Reading Center at the Other Barn invites children and adults to enjoy the Village's new library.

Story times for children, ages 3 to 5, will be held Tuesdays, including today, and Nov. 1, 8 and 15 at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. and Thursdays through Nov. 17.

Reservations are required. Adults are also invited to gather at 7:30 p.m. every third Wednesday for reading discussions.

"The Celestine Prophecy" will be discussed Nov. 16.

Information: 410-730-4610 or 301-586-5237.


Congratulations to Richard Diener on his appointment to the Owen Brown village board. Richard fills the vacancy created by Dorothy Hersi's resignation and will serve until next April's village elections.


Saturday is the deadline to buy tickets for the Oakland Mills 25th Birthday Bash, a Country Barn Dance, which takes place Nov. 4 at the Other Barn.

Tickets are $15 and include a Western buffet, catered by Putting On The Ritz, with beer, wine, soda and dancing from 8 p.m. until midnight.

Pat and Jim Davis will be on hand to teach the Texas Two-Step and Cotton-Eyed Joe line dances and encourage everyone to attend.

Oakland Mills residents who would like to volunteer as ticket-takers, bartenders or work on the decorations committee will be awarded a ticket discount.

Tickets will not be sold at the door; so stop in and buy your tickets today.

Information: 410-730-4610 or 301-586-5237.


Funny, scary and spooky costumes are expected to appear at Owen Brown village's Halloween party at 3:30 p.m. Friday.

Tomorrow is the last day for parents and guardians to register their boys and girls, kindergarten through fifth grade, for games, crafts, stories and treats. The fee is $2.

Information: 381-0202.


Parents and guardians are invited to attend the open house at 11 a.m. Saturday at Young Care Child Development Center, 9008 Red Branch Road.

The state-accredited school welcomes children from infants to toddlers. Information: (410) 740-7476.


If you have a used car, camper or boat you would like to donate to the Salvation Army, the contribution is tax-deductible. Pickup will be arranged.

Proceeds go directly to the Salvation Army's Adult Rehabilitation Center to help alcohol and drug addicts.

You, the donor, decide the fair value of your donation. Information: 229-7156.


College students who are interested in engineering, land surveying or civil engineering can request a CEC/MD scholarship application from the Consulting Engineers Council of Maryland.

Scholarships of $1,000 are awarded to two students attending an accredited college or university in Maryland or who are Maryland residents in an accredited out-of-state school.

Students must be in their junior, senior or fifth year of a five-year program.

The deadline is Feb. 1, 1995. Information:539-1592.


The Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks needs you to fill out its public interest survey.

The department wants to know residents' interest in the current parks' programs and get ideas for new programs.

If you were missed on the original mailing, call 313-2762 for your copy.

Seems that not every household has received a survey. The department will be happy to hear from you.


Driving the byways, one notices brightly colored signs posting dates for zoning hearings. Now, you can be a well-informed taxpayer on the subject of who's building what.

"Land Development Projects: A Citizen's Guide to Sources of Information and Assistance in Maryland" is yours for the asking.

The brochure lists land development projects in Maryland and state, federal and private organizations that provide information.

Call: 800-773-4571.


Stevens Forest Elementary School's students continued their reading interests during the summer. Boys and girls who completed the Howard County Library's program are: Amanda Mezei, Jacob Spain, Billy Rademacher,Heidi Rademacher,Matt Buonato, Christin Richey, Emily Kay, Paige Walter, Jasmine Jennifer, Amber Cron, Daniel Berman, Nell Geddes, Devin Kitchelt, David Barnes, Sharon Berlin, Jonathan Lyon, Kara Passarelli, Elena Hekimian, Brian Hamilton, Zackary Lyon, Ashley Johnston, Marc Schulman, Jamie Buonato, Peter Linton, C.J. Foreman, Jonathon Kay, Ciarra Butler, Ross Cron, Melissa Harris, Allison Bohac, Andrew LoPresto, Brendan Kitchelt, Scott Kimber, Karan Chopra, Lindsay Kishter, John Harris and Laura Hamilton.

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