Waterloo PTA invites mothers to breakfasts

NEIGHBORS

April 11, 1995|By NATALIE HARVEY

Mothers of Waterloo Elementary School's students are invited to have breakfast at the PTA-sponsored "Muffins for Moms" at the school, 5940 Waterloo Road and Route 108, at 8:15 a.m. April 25.

Information: 313-5014.

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Sisters United Now will hold its first meeting at 6 p.m. April 20 at the Other Barn, Oakland Mills Shopping Center.

The nonprofit group of black businesswomen was organized to nurture business relationships and foster positive energy and growth with common values, interests and concerns.

Information: 992-7522.

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March Citizens of the Month were honored at Stevens Forest Elementary School's assembly.

Families were invited to attend to share the event with students: Parker Frost, Jared Ballard and Laura Hamilton, Cherry Team; Nell Geddes and Zachary Lyon, Tulip Team; Lindsy Marsiglia, Jessie Dexheimer and Brett Strand, Oak Team; Janele Crawley, Nicole Lewis, Rasheed Frazier and Ashley Frost, Dogwood Team; Dan Birzak, David Barnes and Normeni Topka, Sassafras Team.

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Aviation experts will be present at tonight's 7 o'clock public briefing at Hammond High School, 8800 Guilford Road, Kings Contrivance Village, to discuss future use of Fort Meade's Tipton airfield.

Howard and Anne Arundel counties are studying the feasibility of a bicounty authority to operate the former military facility. Gerald Von Mayer will represent Howard County; Sam Minnittee, Anne Arundel; Bruce Mundie, Maryland Aviation Administration; Sara Gracey, Fort Meade; and Terry Page, Federal Aviation Administration.

There will be a question-and-answer period after the presentation.

Information: 313-2022.

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Free infant and student immunization clinics will be held by the Howard County Health Department from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. tomorrow and May 10 at Hammond High School.

Students entering kindergarten to third grade and sixth to ninth grade in September must have a second vaccination for measles and one for mumps in addition to other required vaccinations. Parents or guardians must accompany children and bring the their immunization records. Information: 313-7500.

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The Oakland Mills Book Discussion Group has selected publications for its April 19 meeting, "Animal Dreams" by Barbara Kingsolver, and May 17 meeting, "A Thousand Acres" by Jane Smiley.

The public is invited to the informal discussions, which are held at 7:30 p.m. the third Wednesday of the month at the Other Barn, Oakland Mills Village Community Center.

Information: 730-4610 or (301) 596-5237

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Camp director Amy Pyle has announced registration for Camp Oasis, which is held at Jeffers Hill Neighborhood Center, Long Reach Village. Information: 730-8113.

Oakland Mills Community Association has announced that it will not sponsor summer camps this summer. Instead, residents are asked to submit programming ideas for alternative traditional classes, for example, storytime in the Other Barn's reading center or perhaps parent/child classes.

Residents who are interested in a part-time position sharing a hobby or interest with children should call 730-4610 or (301) 596-5237.

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East Columbia library, 6600 Cradlerock Way, Owen Brown Village, exhibited a variety of art mediums in its display cases during March Art Month.

Dasher Green Elementary's students created mixed media work; Owen Brown Middle students designed paper replicas of famous houses (Stanley Whitman House, Farmington, Conn., and Amoureux House, Ste. Genevieve, Mo.); Talbot Springs and Thunder Hill Elementary made Southwestern Indian kachina dolls; and Howard High School made craft animals.

On Thursday National Library Week will be observed with author Gloria Naylor discussing her books, "The Women of Brewster Place," "Bailey's Cafe" and "Mama Day" at 2 p.m. Information: 313-7700.

The library will be closed Friday and Sunday.

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Stevens Forest Cooperative Nursery School, Stevens Forest Neighborhood Center, Stevens Forest Road, is holding open registration for the 1995-1996 school year.

This is the first year that noncooperative registrations are being accepted. For information, call 381-9022.

Bet Yeladim is also holding registration for its three age-level classes.

The parent/child class is for 18-month-olds; 2- ,3- and 4-year-olds are offered half- and full-day classes. Full-day kindergarten is available.

Information: 997-7378 or 997-7380.

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A pat on the back to St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic parishioners who collected $215,000 in Giant and Safeway receipts to help Baltimore's Madonna and Beechfield schools purchase computers, software, sports and music equipment.

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Many Oakland Mills Village cars are sporting the first Stevens Forest Elementary School bumper stickers. They were designed by students Shade Lee, David Burton and Peter Beard.

Parents of students who will be attending Oakland Mills Middle

School next fall are asked to consider volunteering for the school's PTA executive board or a committee for the academic year.

Committees in need of volunteers are: hospitality, Octoberfest, PTA Council, membership and newsletter.

Call 997-4824, 740-1539 or 730-0780 for information.

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