North County High classes to compete with one-act performances

NEIGHBORS

January 30, 1995|By PHYLLIS FLOWERS AND PHYLLIS LUCAS

The North County High School Drama Club will raise the curtain on its annual One-Act Play Night at 7 p.m. Thursday in the auditorium.

Each class will present a short, one-act play directed by seniors and compete for prizes.

The freshman class will present "Happily Never After," directed by Billy Quarles and Christina Nicholson.

"This is a Test," directed by David Hill and Jessica Pulz, will be presented by the sophomore class.

Aaron Poynton and Nadra Wass direct the play "The Swimmer," for the junior class.

The senior class will present "Take Five," directed by Wendy Bolly and Tamara Rosado.

After the presentations, Thespian Troupe 2347 will present "Zero Sum Mind."

The event is produced by Jessica Pulz, and the master of ceremonies will be James Collins.

Awards will be presented for best play, best directors, best performance in a supporting role and the best performance by a freshman, sophomore, junior and senior.

Refreshments will be served during intermission. Tickets are $4 per person and can be purchased at the door.

* The Parent's Club will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday in the conference room.

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Congratulations to Philip "Jason" Syms, a seventh-grader at Brooklyn Park/Lindale Middle School, who has been selected to be a student ambassador with the People to People Program.

Jason is one of 30 county students who will be spending 22 days this summer in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, visiting families and famous sites.

The People to People Program was founded by President Eisenhower in 1956 to promote world peace and international understanding through direct contact between private citizens. In 1961, the program became a private, nonprofit organization.

Jason was chosen after submitting an application, providing letters of recommendation, filling out a questionnaire and being interviewed by the three adult delegates. Now he is busy raising $3,500 to pay for tuition.

Jason said he is "looking forward to the opportunity to see other countries as well as being a representative of Northern Anne Arundel County."

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Brooklyn Park Elementary School students are invited to a skating party from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Skate City II on Route 3 in Crofton.

A bus will be available at the cost of $4.50 per person. Seats are on a first-come, first-served basis. Admission to the skating rink is $2.50, plus skate rental.

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Looking for a great way to take the chill off a cold winter's day? How about hot homemade soup and baked potatoes?

The Women of the ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) from St. John Lutheran Church will sponsor a soup and baked potato sale from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday at the church.

You can eat there or carry it out. Featured will be a variety of homemade soups, baked potatoes with toppings and desserts. Prices are: $1.50 for soup and bread, $1 to $2 for a baked potato, 25 cents for a beverage, 25 cents to 75 cents for dessert and $3.50 for a quart of carry-out soup.

A craft and gift table will be set up for browsing.

The church is at 226 Washburn Ave.

Information: 355-7295.

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Don't forget registration for the Andover Apaches Girls Lacrosse program will be from 9:30 a.m. until noon Saturday at the Linthicum Library.

For information, call 859-1632.

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Northern District Police Community Relations Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Northern District Police Station on Hammonds Lane.

The guest speaker will be Acting Chief Robert Beck. Captain Gary Barr will discuss area crime and police activities.

The council is collecting 1995 dues.

They are $5 per family. Bring a friend and become involved in your local police activities.

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Harbor Hospital Center is offering two new "wellness maps" that cover a wide range of common health-care questions such as disease prevention, information on high blood pressure and skin cancer, self-exam techniques, fitness and cholesterol control.

To receive copies, call 347-2563.

* The hospital is recruiting people age 55 and over for a new program called Advantage that will offer health profiles, screenings, insurance counseling and health information and resources.

For more information on the free program, call 347-2563.

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