Local Cub Scout troops plan Back to School Night

NEIGHBORS

September 15, 1995|By LOURDES SULLIVAN

The local Cub Scout troops invite old members and new friends to Back to School Night on Thursday. Leaders of the local dens will be available to sign up new members and renew old friendships that night at area schools.

Dave Czaplicki is the contact person for Troop 62 at Forest Ridge. His number is (301) 725-1076. Lisa Maloney of Troop 345 out of Laurel Woods can be reached at (301) 725-4750. Tanya Lewis of Troop 513 at Guilford Elementary can be reached at (410) 381-5785. Joseph Owens of Troop 606 at Hammond Elementary can be reached at (301) 490-5846. Linda Toole of Bollman Bridge's Troop 617 can be reached at (301) 498-5936.

Call these people for registration times and directions to the schools.

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Hammond High School finally filled out its staff roster by acquiring several new teachers. Christopher Brown and Richelle Woods join the foreign language staff, Debbie Belote joins the home economics staff, Bruce Copein joins the special education staff and Jean Smith is the new ninth-grade guidance counselor.

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The Freestate Happy Wanderers, the local chapter of the American Volksport Association, sponsors a walk through west Laurel Sept. 30 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Three- or six-mile trails wind through residential areas and on sidewalks. In addition, another six-mile trail winds through wooded areas. The wooded trail cannot be negotiated easily by those in wheelchairs or strollers.

These events are free but everyone must register at the starting point at the Supplee Park Community Center.

Restrooms and light refreshments will be available at the starting point. Dogs must be on leashes and they cannot go on the wooded trail.

For more information about volksmarching, this walk and the difficulty of the terrain, please call Sandy Lynch at (310) 725-0918 or Linda Hassell at (410) 437-2164.

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The First Baptist Church of Guilford holds its fall festival tomorrow beginning at 9 a.m. Come to the intersection of Oakland Mills and Guilford roads for a fun morning meeting your neighbors.

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The Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks sponsors a diverse line of classes to keep everyone amused and informed.

A one-day class on growing plants under artificial light will be offered. This class will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Patuxent Valley Middle School. On Sept. 27, a two-hour class, "Gardening Basics from A to Z," is planned at the same site.

Learn how to trace ancestors in an eight-week, Wednesday-night course at Hammond Middle School. The course starts Sept 27.

A two-hour beginning stained glass class will meet Friday evenings at Patuxent Valley Middle School beginning Sept. 29.

This is by no means a complete listing of what's available in our area for adults this month. For more information, registration or extra copies of the department's bulletin, call (410) 313-PARK.

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