St. John Baptist Church ordains five as deacons

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April 17, 1996|By Liz Lean | Liz Lean,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

FIVE MEMBERS of St. John Baptist Church were ordained as deacons Sunday in a service with the theme "Ordained to Serve, Equipped to Lead."

New deacons Harold Dickerson, William Harris, Earl Johnson, Francelia McKendra and Ostein Truitt trained for a year under the church's pastor, the Rev. Robert A. F. Turner and members of the Deacons' Board.

Nathaniel Alston is acting chairman of the Deacons' Board. The church is at the Interfaith Center in Wilde Lake.

Wilde Lake reunion

Members of the Wilde Lake High School class of 1986 are organizing a 10-year reunion, and they're in search of classmates.

David Anshen, Deanna Bell Lintz, Diana Everett and Laura Daudelin Pedone are among the organizers. Call Steve McCarthy at 799-2546 to participate.

Benefit auction

The Meeting Room in River Hill will be the site of an auction to benefit the Stevens Forest Co-op Nursery School at 7 p.m. April 27.

Scores of items donated by co-op members and local companies will be sold in silent and live auctions. There is no entrance fee, said chairwoman Andrea Zettel.

Call 379-0644 for information.

Parent orientation

Parents of current fifth-graders who will enter Wilde Lake Middle School next fall will have an orientation program tonight, starting at 7: 30 p.m. at the school.

Team leader Roberta Shaker, Principal Albertha Caldwell and Assistant Principal Beverly Koren will give a preview of opportunities awaiting incoming sixth-graders.

Call 313-6957 for information.

St. John Baptist recital

St. John Baptist Church is presenting noted pianist and organist Elmer L. Hammond Jr. in concert at 8 p.m. Friday at the Interfaith Center in Wilde Lake.

Mr. Hammond is director of music at St. Albans Congregational Church in New York City. He played in 1988 for Pope John Paul II at St. Peter's Basilica.

Ernestine Jones, Suzanne Leiba and Janice Phillips organized the event. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children. Call 992-6977 for information.

Flea market

If you have $15 and some stuff to sell, it's not too late to reserve a space at the April 27 flea market to benefit Wilde Lake High School at River Hill's Chemical-Free Graduation activities.

The flea market will run from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Harper's Choice Village Center. Call Liz Factor at 964-2927.

Athletic director shift

After 23 years at Atholton High School, Athletic Director Don Van Deusen will move to River Hill High School next fall.

Track coach Pat Saunderson, who last year led Atholton to a state indoor track title, will become the school's athletic director.

Happy Earth Day to you

About 100 second- and third-graders from Longfellow Elementary School will perform songs about Earth Day at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Harper's Choice Village Center.

The mini-concert, under the direction of music teacher Nancy Terrill, is part of the entertainment that village officials have lined up in hopes of luring residents to voting booths for Columbia Council and village board elections.

Saturday is election day in all Columbia villages. Cast a vote for the people who set the budget and policy for your neighborhood and city.

Changing work force

Flowers and lunches are always welcome, but a more useful way to observe National Secretaries Week is offered Friday by the Association of Community Services of Howard County and Careerscope.

A half-day seminar, "The Changing Workforce: Yes, You Can Cope!", is designed to help administrative and support personnel understand their changing role in today's work force. Mellie Kausal, manager of Manpower Temporary Services' Columbia branch, will speak.

The program will conclude with a workshop on developing a professional image, presented by Charlotte Watchinski, Columbia-area director for Mary Kay Cosmetics.

The cost is $20 for members of the Association of Community Services and $40 for others. Call 730-3710.

Pub Date: 4/17/96

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