Open house at Lindale/Brooklyn Park schools


February 16, 1997|By Rosalie Falter | Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

LINDALE/BROOKLYN Park Middle Schools, 415 Andover Road, are holding an awards assembly and practical and fine arts open house from 7: 30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday. French and Spanish classes will be highlighted.

Family and friends are invited to the auditorium to praise students who made the honor roll or didn't miss a day during the second marking period.

About 8 p.m., visitors will tour classes to watch students perform skits in foreign languages and to sample French and Spanish treats.

Family and consumer science students will show why it's not "home ec" anymore, and the music department will put on a show that will include Travis Doway singing "I Believe I Can Fly" and an invigorating performance by the step/stomp group. Student work will be on display and students will read poetry.

Rhianon's design

Rhianon Pandullo, a student at North Glen Elementary School, was congratulated at a recent school assembly for winning a bookmark design contest sponsored by the Bowie Baysox.

Rhianon's design was chosen from thousands of entries submitted by 600 schools in five counties. Her colorful design will be used for the Bowie Baysox's reading program this year.

Rhianon was awarded two Bowie Baysox baseball caps, a Bowie Baysox T-shirt, a baseball signed by outfielder Keith Gordon, season tickets for her and family members to Baysox home games for the 1997 season, and the opportunity to throw out the first pitch on Anne Arundel County Night at the Baysox ballpark May 30.

As a bonus, Rhianon's sixth-grade class received Gordon autographs.

Rhianon, the daughter of Renee and John Pandullo of Glen Burnie, gets involved in many activities.

Last year, she won a wrestling contest and later placed sixth for a county medal. She has also given a speech portraying U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Later, she met O'Connor. Rhianon also has received an award in a story-writing contest sponsored by the Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights.

Boy Scout food drive

Boy Scout Troop 822 is enlisting support for its annual food drive. On Saturday, the Scouts will place plastic bags marked "Scouting for Food" on porches and doorsteps.

If you receive one, the Scouts hope you will fill it with nonperishable food. The boys will return March 1 to collect the bags.

The drive will benefit Linthicum Heights United Methodist Church food pantry and its outreach program.

Groceries can be dropped off at the church. A collection box will be placed in the church entrance way.

Pub Date: 2/16/97

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