English teacher Zeleana Morris is praised by Board of Education, Hammond High School

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March 15, 1996|By Lourdes Sullivan | Lourdes Sullivan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

ZELEANA Morris of Hammond High School's English department was among teachers honored at a recent luncheon at the Board of Education, and now she's been nominated by the senior class at Hammond as the Teacher of the Year.

Officials at Hammond say this isn't the first time that Mrs. Morris has been so named. She's a popular teacher of an often difficult subject. Congratulations.

Honor roll, S-Z

Here it is the final installment of Hammond's elite thinkers. Take note of these students, future judges, software designers and paleontologists. We can all say that we knew them when they made the principal's honor roll.

Congratulations to Larisa Emily Stahl, Kimberly Anne Stetson, jTC Andrew Stockham, Emily Ellen Sunderland, Jennifer Lynn Surface, Jill Kyleen Thompson, Carrie Timlin, Meredith Traber, Marc Richard Tucci, Heather Tyng, Stephen Watson, Brian Keith Whitener, Sin Yi Yeung, Stephanie Terresa Yezek, Kyla Sara Zaret, Michelle Elizabeth Zavage, Gregory Zawada, Rebecca Dana Zingman and Ari Gene Zytcer.

Skating club performance

The Columbia Figure Skating Club presents its spring performance, "The Lion King and Pocahontas," at 4: 30 p.m. and 7: 30 p.m. March 30 and at 1: 30 p.m. and 4: 30 p.m. March 31.

Like all the club's performances, this promises to provide terrific enjoyment for the family.

This year, Laurel resident Paula Campos directs the show.

Nobody knows how she finds the time to do this. For the past few years, she has sat on the board of directors of the club and has been the club's president. She also paints scenery, selects the costumes and designs the backdrops.

Her daughter Anna is a very successful competitive skater. She started skating competitively when she was 9. Now 13, she has a wall full of medals to record her success. Look for her as Pumbaa the wart hog in this month's performance.

Another competitive skater from our area, 10-year-old Brynn Harbert of Laurel, will be featured as Older Nala in the Lion King segment. She started competing when she was 8 and just

placed fourth in the Capital Regional Council's skating competition in Annapolis.

Tickets for the show are available by calling (301) 596-4132 or (410) 461-7345. Tickets cost $9 for adults, $7 for children 12 and younger.

The show will be held at the Columbia Ice Rink, in the Oakland Mills Village Center.

Pub Date: 3/15/96

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