North County High School students to present an evening of drama, comedy in one-act plays

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February 05, 1996|By Phyllis Flowers and Phyllis Lucas | Phyllis Flowers and Phyllis Lucas,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

LOOKING FOR some great local entertainment to wipe away the midweek blues? North County High School's Drama Club presents One-Act Play Night at 7 p.m. Thursday in the school auditorium, 10 E. First Ave. in Ferndale. Five one-act plays will be presented, each by a different class and directed by upperclassmen.

Plays will be judged, and awards will be presented for best play, best directors, best performances by a freshman, sophomore, junior and senior and best-supporting performances by a

freshman, sophomore, junior and senior.

The plays on the program are "French Toast," presented by the freshman class and directed by Jeannie Yau and Kim Salinas; "Girl Town," presented by the sophomore class and directed by Katrina Threat and Anne Chan; "The Infamous Soothing System of Professor Malliard," presented by the junior class and directed by Laura Schoenfelder and Becky Cook, and "Stardrama," presented by the senior class and directed by Nicki Antonis and Paige Strehlen.

Thespian Troupe 2347 also will present a play entitled "Roomers," directed by Starr Lucas.

Admission is $4, and tickets can be purchased at the door. Don't miss this wonderful evening of drama and comedy.

Celebrating spirit

St. John's Christian Day School, 226 Washburn Ave., will celebrate "Spirit Week" Feb. 12 through 16. A different activity is planned for each day.

Feb. 12 is School Color Day and Open House. Students will wear blue and white. Parents of current and prospective students are invited to attend. Enrollment information for the 1996-1997 school year will be available.

Feb. 13 is Career/Character Day. Students will dress as a favorite cartoon character or as the kind of worker they would like to be. Feb. 14 is Red and White/Love Day, and Feb.15 is Backward/Clash Day, when students are expected to wear colors that clash with their clothing inside out and backward. Feb. 16 is Sweet Dreams/Bring a Friend Day. Sleep apparel will )) be in fashion, and each child is to bring a favorite stuffed animal.

St. John's has day care programs for children from age 3 through grade six that is open from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. For further information, call 355-7296.

Making a difference

Brooklyn Park Elementary School News. This month, second-graders will work on the Social Studies Unit "Kids Can Make a Difference." Students will make a difference by providing essentials for homeless animals of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. They will collect donations throughout the month. Anyone who would like to help is asked to send old, clean toilet-seat covers to make beds for cats and small dogs, clean used towels, paper towels, dishwasher detergent, laundry detergent, cat food or dog food. Boxes will be available in the front hallway for donations.

Parents club to meet

North County High School News. Parents Club will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the conference room. Anyone interested in joining is invited to attend.

Learn to dance

Country line-dance lessons continue at Brooklyn Heights United Methodist Church, 110 Townsend Ave. Lessons are scheduled at 7 p.m. on Thursdays. The cost is $4 per session and includes refreshments. Call 789-3688 for more information.

Safe housing

Harbor Hospital Center has scheduled its Advantage healthy aging program at 10 a.m. Thursday. The topic is "Making Your Home a Safe Haven."

To register, call 347-2563.

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