The Family that Shoots Together2 They couldn't buy her...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

June 18, 1995

The Family that Shoots Together

2 They couldn't buy her son. Yet she loved guns.

Tom Gill

North Beach

Mock Trial Program

On behalf of the Gifted/Talented/Advanced Program Office and the Office of the Social Studies of the Anne Arundel County Public Schools, we would like to thank this year's mock trial students, judges, coaches and attorneys who participated in the 1994-1995 competition. The mock trial competition is one of the best programs for involving schools, community and the court system on a positive note, and for this, we heartily thank all those people involved.

First, we thank the students from Annapolis Area Christian, Archbishop Spalding, Arundel, Broadneck, Chesapeake, Glen Burnie, Severn, Southern and Severna Park high schools.

Second, we thank Judges James Drydon, Michael Loncy and Vince Mulieri of the Anne Arundel County District Court.

Third, we would like to thank members of the Anne Arundel County Bar Association who volunteered to serve as judges during this year's competition. They include Michael Madone, Hollie Cutler, Michael Pappafotis, Paula Peters, Debbie Potter, David Simison, Cathleen Vitale and Robert Wallace. Special thanks go to Doug Hofsadt from the Anne Arundel County Bar Association who helped recruit attorneys for the competition.

Fourth, we would like to thank law clerks Robert Church, Mark Gabler, Karen Gilbert, Ann Goodman, Frank Muher, Sandy Pike, and attorney coaches Brian McNamara, Charles Muskin, Mark Lechowicz, Marlisa Stebenne, Jack Dranttel, Susan Zuhowski, Leslie Clark and Michael Wiseman.

Fifth, we thank coaches Charence Riggs of Glen Burnie, Cheryl Menke of Broadneck, Heather Rivenburg of Chesapeake, Patricia Hertzler of Arundel, Larry Castro of Annapolis Area Christian, Mary Colaianni of Archbishop Spalding, Jackie Baugh of Severn, Pat Lawlor and Elizabeth Sicar of Southern and Mark Haring of Severna Park high schools.

Last, we would like to thank Harriet Smith and Myrma Miller for assisting in the scheduling of this year's competition.

Diane T. Sprague

Robert V. Jervis

James F. Adomanis

Annapolis

The writers are with the Anne Arundel County public school system.

Severna Park Thanks

To all the parents who helped make Severna Park High School's Prom Breakfast such a wonderful success, thank you, from the Class of 1995. The "Walk in the Park" theme proved to be a wonderful idea. The decorations were beautiful and the food delicious. The students attending the breakfast thoroughly enjoyed themselves and truly appreciate the hard work, tremendous effort and immense amount of time that you put in to the breakfast to make the event so special for us.

Ken Keech

Severna Park

The writer is president of the Severna Park High School Class of 1995.

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