Cub Scout Pack 663 members race homemade cars in derby

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February 06, 1996|By Vicki Wellford | Vicki Wellford,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

MOVE OVER, Richard Petty, the Cub Scouts from Pack 663 are looking to take the checkered flag.

The boys gathered late last month to race homemade cars in their annual Pine Wood Derby. Scouts received car kits in a December pack party and worked with their parents to assemble, customize and paint their cars, vying to win awards for fastest car and best design.

The winners from each den:

* Tigers: Adam Geineder, fastest, and David Andrews, best design.

* Wolves: Trey Ranken, fastest, and Adam Batchelor, best design.

L * Bears: Miles Cosner, fastest, and Doug Quinn, best design.

* Webelos I/I: Andrew Carter, fastest, and Ian Hines, best design.

* Webelos I/II: Mark Geineder, fastest, and Chris Geldmacher, best design.

* Webelos II: Jeffrey Fonteneau, fastest, and Brian LaAsmar, best design.

A special award was given to Patrick Mullen, a member of Webelos II, for having developed the most creative design.

Fastest in Pack honors went to Mark Geineder, first place; Adam Geineder, second place; and Trey Ranken, third.

This month, Pack 663 will be going ice skating at Piney Orchard. On Feb. 17, the annual Blue and Gold will be held at the American Legion Post 276 home on Quarterfield Road. The post sponsors Pack 663.

For more information, contact Cubmaster Linda Fonteneau at (410) 813-3115.Black history talk

In celebration of Black History Month, Vincent O. Leggett will discuss, "Blacks from the Chesapeake Bay; A Part of Maryland's Maritime History," today at 11 a.m. at the O'Malley Senior Center.

Leggett, an administrator at Anne Arundel Community College, served on the county Board of Education in 1988-1993, including a stint as its president.

The program is open to all. The center is at 1275 Odenton Road.

F: For more information, call (410) 222-6227 or 621-9515.

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