Calvary church members honor Sunday school teacher Haugh


July 18, 1996|By Sally Buckler | Sally Buckler,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

CANADIAN PHYSICIAN Sir William Osler opined, "No bubble is so iridescent or floats longer than that blown by the successful teacher."

His remark fits Margaret Haugh of Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church in Lisbon.

After 34 years as a Sunday school teacher for Calvary, Haugh, known as Miss Margaret, retired from her Sunday school duties in June.

Church members honored her at a festive celebration, which she called a "joyous day." She claims to have had many helping hands in her endeavor.

"When I look into the faces of Calvary's little and young ones, I see hope for a brighter, better world tomorrow," she said.

Church member Carol Merton created a beautiful Noah's Ark quilted wall hanging in "Miss Margaret's" honor, to hang in the church's kindergarten classroom.

Buffalo, apple tour

In the fall, you'll be glad you made a reservation for a trip to Bedford, Pa., with the Howard County Homemakers.

The group will travel to Bedford on Oct. 24 to visit a buffalo ranch and an apple orchard.

Beverly Green is taking reservations for the trip. She promises that Johnny Appleseed will board the bus and visit with the group before the bus makes its way down Gravity Hill, an unusual stretch of highway where gravity takes over and drivers don't have to use the accelerator.

Lunch and entertainment are included in the $42 price of the trip. Take spending money.

Green will arrange to have the bus pick up passengers in Normandy or Lisbon. Call Green at 489-4527 for more information. Make reservations by Aug. 1.

River Hill happenings

It's hard to keep up with the energetic folks who are launching River Hill High School.

Susan Klime is helping with the River Hill Hawks Boosters' Club efforts to organize a concession stand at the school stadium for fall sports.

Call her at 531-1123 if you can donate or sell the club a refrigerator; a freezer; a 30- to 60-cup coffee pot or urn; a small hot water heater; a microwave oven; a vendor popcorn machine; crock pots; a gas grill; free- standing shelves and cabinets.

The Boosters can provide transportation for donations.

A new sign in front of River Hill High School officially announces the establishment of the school. River Hill Principal Scott Pfeifer and his staff have moved into the administrative suite, and the River Hill guidance department is in full swing registering students and checking schedules. Anyone who needs to see a '' guidance counselor should call 313-7120 for an appointment.

Staffing for the new school is nearly complete. Veteran vocal music teacher Betsy Graff will organize the River Hill chorus and vTC madrigals.

Parent volunteers are busy answering the River Hill phones and helping as furniture, books, supplies and equipment arrive at the school daily.

Ninth-grade team leader and math teacher Rick Marquart needs volunteers to help unpack and set up 200 computers in the school the evening of Aug. 6. The computers will be set up in classrooms, the Information Center and computer labs.

Anyone who can spare a few hours Aug. 6 should call 313-7120 to sign up.

Prism fellow

Michael Kopec of Dayton is spending his summer at St. Mary's College of Maryland conducting research in physics under a Prism Fellowship. In the fall, his brother Mat will join Michael at St. Mary's.

Mat recently graduated from St. Anselm's Abbey School. Michael's and Mat's siblings Jennifer and John both graduated from St. Mary's. They are the children of Juliana Kopec.

Pub Date: 7/18/96

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