Oakland Mills High School students to perform 'Bye Bye Birdie'

NEIGHBORS

April 25, 1995|By NATALIE HARVEY

"Bye Bye Birdie," Oakland Mills High School's spring musical, will be performed by students of the performing arts department at 8 p.m. May 5 and 6 in the school's auditorium, 9410 Kilimanjaro Road, Oakland Mills village.

The role of Albert will be shared by Keith Murphy and Shawn Crauch. Rachel Rogers is Rosie. Mandy Lamb and Denny Cole play Kim MacAfee and Conrad. Mr. and Mrs. MacAfee are Daryl Burch and Dana Stetson, and Danielle Reed is Mae Peterson.

Director Holly Pasciullo invites family, friends and neighbors to support the cast of "Birdie" and enjoy an evening of happy entertainment at nominal cost: $5.99 for adults and $2 for children under 12. Cynthia Stephens is musical director, and Eric Hildenbrand is stage manager.

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April "Citizens of the Month" were announced at Steven's Forest Elementary School's monthly assembly. Teams, teachers and students were:

Sassafras: Sarah Rosenberg, Shade Lee and Caitlin Warren; Dogwood: Ryan Gleason, Joshua Manis, Alethia Young and Andrew LoPresto; Oak: Kristina Zanker, Ursula Stamp and Jose Zuniga; Tulip: Jessica Daniels and Kate LoPresto; Cherry: Michael Price, Patrick Black and Kevin Harding.

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Mothers of preschoolers may be interested to know that three preschool classes begin this week at the Owen Brown Community Center, 6800 Cradlerock Way, Owen Brown Village. Information: (410) 381-0202.

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New residents of Oakland Mills Village are invited to come to a welcome reception at the Other Barn May 16 at 7:30 p.m. Board members and the Other Barn's staff will be present to answer questions and in general provide information on the services and classes offered for everyone. Refreshments will be served; reservations by May 15 would be appreciated. Call (410) 730-4610 or (301) 596-5237.

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Men and women can learn how to make a eucalyptus swag for doorways and fireplaces May 20 beginning at 10:30 a.m. at Amherst House, 7251 Eden Brook Drive, Kings Contrivance Village. There is a small fee to cover materials of blue/gray eucalyptus, German status, dried flowers and French wired ribbon. Registration is required before May 10; please call (410) 381-9600.

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Children are intrigued with monsters. On May 23, parents and their preschool children can work together at 10 a.m., to make clay monsters at the Columbia Art Center in Long Reach Village. Information: (410) 730-0075.

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Purple is the color to look for during May in Kings Contrivance Village. Colored ribbons will indicate streets on which neighborhood yard sales are taking place. The sales will be held in Macgill's Common and Macgill's North on May 6; Dickinson, May 13; Huntington and Huntington East, May 20. In each case, rain date is the next day. Each sale's hours are the same, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Residents need to register with Amherst House and receive their purple ribbons, which will be available Saturday, to tie on their neighborhood's street signs. Information: (410) 381-9600.

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Kings Contrivance welcomes new neighbors in the Village Shopping Center. Village residents Helen and Haddon Reines have opened "David & Rachel's Specialty Grocers." They open early, 7 a.m., five days a week for commuters to get a cup of coffee and pastry to start their day.

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Spring seems to be a popular time for families to acquire a new pet. Often it's a puppy who is full of energy and doesn't seem to understand "no." PetsMart in the Snowden Square Shopping Plaza offers a free obedience class. Their regular eight-week program is held evenings and weekends. Call (410) 312-0950 for an appointment to take your pet to school for an introductory class.

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Artisans interested in working with fibers have an exhibit of intricate and original "Variations on a Seam" fiber wall hangings on display at the Columbia Art Center, which just might inspire the visitor to sign up for one of the rug hooking or basket weaving classes at the Art Center in the Long Reach Village Shopping Center. Classes begin this week. Next month, children ages 7 to 12 can learn to make wall hangings similar to those of the Canadian Inuit Tribe. Call (410) 730-0075 for details.

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"A Course in Miracles" and "The Celestine Prophecy" is a free workshop at Cover To Cover Bookstore/Cafe, Owen Brown Shopping Center, Owen Brown Village, tomorrow at 7 p.m. by Dr. Thomas Hunt, a Howard County resident. Information: (410) 381-9200.

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Girls in sixth to 12th grades can learn cheerleading basics: tumbling, jumps and pyramids at Columbia's Top Flight Gymnastics, 9179 Red Branch Road, Oakland Mills Village, summer camps. Information: (410) 992-1600.

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