Honor society inducts 54

Neighbors

February 20, 1997|By Sally Buckler | Sally Buckler,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

GLENELG HIGH School announces the induction of 15 seniors and 39 juniors into its chapter of the National Honor Society.

Seniors Robyn Archibald, Seamus Conlon, Melissa Durant, Rachel Ford, Nicole Gugliotta, David Holland, Julie Kasakitis, Bonnie Kessler, Elizabeth Kuesters, Lacy Dawn McCann, Corey Murray, Sonia Pant, Jill Reeder, Monise Stephenson and Amy Walker were inducted in January.

Joining them were juniors Lauren Bender, Leigh Bender, Vicki Bennet, Joanna Bissell, Krista Brocenos, Tiffany Brocenos, Jennifer Buffington, Jenna Bythrow, Elizabeth Dodmeade, Michael Farley, Kate Fasinski, Ray Hahn, Marianne Hayden, Mike Hennick, Kristin Hucht, Andrew Hunt, Caroline Jones, Justin Krometis, Jason Lanier and Christine Larsen.

Other juniors inducted were Kim Laws, Lauren Loveland, Sarah Mesa, Matt Mundy, Stacey Myers, Julie Rupsis, Jessica Schultz, Holly Shipley, Laura Sinon, Colleen Stanley, Bryan Stepp, Rebecca Taylor, Todd Travis, Brooks Trimper, Kristina Vaskys, Heather Voohaar, Arney Walker, Matthew Whitehead and Amanda Wolfe.

Each of these top Glenelg High students earned the honor by demonstrating excellence in scholarship, leadership, character and school and community service.

Glenelg's musical

Don't miss Glenelg High School's spring musical, "The Music Man," beginning Feb. 27.

Meredith Willson's endearing tribute to Americana by will steal your heart and the hearts of your family.

You'll be toe-tapping to "Seventy-six Trombones" and giggling at the antics of the young Winthrop during this lively production with 66 cast members, a pit orchestra led by Barry Enzman and singing directed by Nancy Buckel.

Luke Reinke treads the boards as Professor Harold Hill.

Jenna Bythrow stars as Marian the librarian. Ryan Kafer plays Harold's sidekick, Marcellus. And Mike Schwartz and Annie Marland appear as Mayor Shinn and his wife, Eulalie.

Kelly Frey is Marian's mother, and Gene Granger takes the part of Winthrop.

David Hemp creates the villain's role, salesman Charlie.

Director Ron Oaks gives life to this production. Jennifer Blizzard-Sisk choreographs great movement.

Linda Simms and Peggy Loyd created the costumes.

Performances will be at 8 p.m. Feb. 27 and 28, and March 1, and at 3 p.m. March 2.

Buy $6 tickets at the door or from a cast member.

Information: 313-5528.

Tough Scouts

How cold can it be on a camping trip?

Ask the Boy Scouts from Troop 737, who braved bitter weather to attend the 10th annual Naval Academy Merit Badge Jamboree last month.

It was so cold that their toothpaste, sodas and propane tanks froze overnight. In the morning, the insides of campers' tents were covered with ice crystals.

Scouts Chris Black, Michael Collison, David and John Logan, Adam Lowman, Joey Mettle, Chris Plumley, Joe Rutan, Chris Stanton, Danny Steil, Sean Wilburn and Tim Winters all feel a sense of accomplishment, having survived the cold in tents at Camp Letts.

Adults Joe Mettle, Betty Steil, Al Plumley, Warren Stanton, Lenny Black, and Mike Logan accompanied the boys.

They claim they slept well.

At the Naval Academy, Troop 737's Scouts had lunch in Bancroft Hall and earned their electricity merit badges with the help of a midshipman.

They also learned much about camping and their ability to deal with winter weather.

Glenwood looks at college

Glenwood Middle School parents and students will want to attend the school Parent Teacher Student Association's meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

President Terry Chaconas will introduce author Barbara Greenfeld, who will discuss her new book, "The Kid's College Almanac, a First Look at College."

Greenfeld wrote this guide for middle schoolers, but it will also serve high school students who are beginning their college search.

Call Chaconas at (301) 854-6152.

Concert at the manor house

Oboist Amy Rogan, a music theory teacher and private oboe instructor at the Peabody Institute, will perform French music at 8 p.m. Saturday at Glenelg Country School.

This cabaret-style concert, held in the Manor House, is part of the school's Music in the Manor House Concert Series.

The program includes works by Debussy, Faure, Saint-Saens and Ravel.

Ticket information: 531-6238.

'Pig day' at the library

Lisbon's Community Library will present "This Little Piggy" at 2 p.m. Tuesday.

The half-hour of stories and activities about pigs is for children ages 2 to 5.

Call 489-4290 to register.

Glenelg jumps

Glenelg Country School's Lower School students will jump rope to fight heart disease at 8: 45 a.m. tomorrow in the school gym.

This is the first year the school has sponsored a Jump Rope for Heart event.

Participants will learn about the benefits of regular exercise and a healthful lifestyle, and a Kangaroo Kids Jump Rope Team will visit the campus to demonstrate jump-rope techniques.

Chance to speak out

Some folks in western Howard County see red when they talk about the lack of county services in the area. They are especially upset when they compare services rendered to taxes paid.

Now there's a chance for all of us to speak out formally.

If you'd like to testify for or against building the Glenwood Center and a western Howard County library, plan to attend the budget meeting at 7: 30 p.m. March 4.

Sign in at 6: 30 p.m. for a chance to speak, starting at 7: 30 p.m.

Information: 313-2077.

Pub Date: 2/20/97

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