Dining out opportunities, and a science fair


April 07, 1996|By Rosalie Falter | Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

WELCOME, SUNDAY readers, to the Ferndale-Linthicum column. Please call me with any neighborhood news you would like to see published, 859-3569.

Oyster, bull roast set

The Anne Arundel Alarmers Association's annual oyster and bull roast will be held April 14 at the Earleigh Heights Fire Hall at Ritchie Highway and Earleigh Heights Road.

Atlantic Caterers will serve dinner from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Beer and dancing will be offered until 6 p.m. Music is provided by the Lasting Impressions.

Tickets are $25. Call Kroger Electric Co. at 766-1416 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., or Ruth Altvater at 761-4679, evenings.

The Alarmers Association is a member of International Fire Buffs Association Inc.

Roast beef dinner

Looking for a good church supper in the neighborhood? Try the roast beef dinner sponsored by the United Methodist Men from 4 p.m. to 6: 30 p.m. Saturday at Linthicum Heights Methodist Church, 200 School Lane.

Also on the menu will be parsley potatoes, green beans, salad, rolls, homemade desserts and beverages.

The cost is $9 for adults, $5 for children ages 5 to 12.

Proceeds from the dinner are used for church and mission programs.

Tickets can be purchased in advance from Russ Holmes, 859-5939, or the church office, 859-0990. Tickets will be sold at the door.

Brothers set for science fair

Next month, Linthicum Elementary School will send its science fair grand prize winners to the County Science Fair.

These winners include brothers Michael and Bobby Kazlauski, each with an entry. Michael was the grand prize winner in the fifth- and sixth-grade categories with his project, "Is your mouth really as clean as you think it is?" He interviewed a dentist and selected one toothpaste as doing the best job.

Bobby's "Sock It to Me!" entry made him the third-grade grand prize winner. He subjected six pairs of socks to a treatment of ketchup, mustard and dirt before washing them in different brands of detergent to determine which cleaned best.

Two teams won grand prizes. Sixth-graders Kate Francazi, Christy Latagan and Megan Collins put together a project called "Wash or Wear." They washed their hands with plain water and various soaps, then ran a finger over a petri dish and observed the growth of germs over an eight-day period to determine which soap had killed most of the germs. A team of third-graders -- Alez Hrybrik and David Twist -- won for "Really Tiny Toons." They devised a moving cartoon using still pictures, poster board and a record player to demonstrate how something in various stances can appear to move.

Other Science Fair winners:

Third grade, individual: Kurtis Cwiek, first place; Craig Brocious, second; Jessica Rachid, third. Third grade, team: Randi Clary and Lisa Wilcox, first; Lauren Dunnigan and Sara Bicknell, second; Jessica Albert and Melissa Howard, third.

Fourth grade, individual: John Klebba, first; Megan Brodie, second; Melanie Marcus, third. Fourth grade, team: Bobby Proctor and Cori Proctor, first; Chris Kirby and Andrew Mannion, second; Allison Daciek and Patrick Daciek, third.

Fifth grade, individual: Katie Charney, first; Robert Baschenis, second; Sean Smith, third. Fifth grade, team: Amy Brocious, Jill Thompson and Lindsey Thompson, first; Danielle Pucciarella and Tiffany Prichard, second; Ryan Brooks and Jamie Henderson, and Robert Barnes and Catherine Citroni, third (tie).

Sixth grade, individual: Stephanie Eder, first; Shanna Bartlinski, second; Ashley Howard, third. Sixth grade, team: Jenny Anarino and Kurt Hargett, first; Danny Anacker, Greg Engel and Mark Gardner, second; Nichole Duffett and Jenna Trevillian, third.

Resource class: Edward Smith, first; Dale Tipton, second.

Pub Date: 4/07/96

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