Science fair produces middle school winners

NEIGHBORS

March 18, 1997|By Vicki Wellford | Vicki Wellford,CONTRIBUTING WRITER

ARUNDEL MIDDLE school's science fair was a huge success, with more than 90 projects by seventh- and eighth-grade students -- and judging by the length of the list of winners, there weren't many who didn't walk away with some recognition.

Seventh-grade winners

Botany: first place, Katie Kwiatkawski; second place, Shannon Jewell; third place, Steve Wasiscewicz, Sheila Bailey and Jessica Upchurch; honorable mention, Sheila Bailey and Jessica Upchurch.

Zoology: first place, Amy Gorman; second place, Jessica Gouff and Erin Kutsch; third place, Evan Beavers.

Chemistry: first place, Maria Miller; second place, Emily Higgins, Melissa White and Sean Dolan, third place, April Zimmerman and Matt Johnson; honorable mention, Amanda Knapp, Pam Mulherin, Rachel Moreland and Tiffany Boller.

Biochemistry: first place, Julianne Ferguson, April Watts and Ashley Downs; second place, Candi Scarborough; third place, Caitlin Reinhardt.

Engineering: first place, Yizenia Marcano; second place, Andrew Jaegar and Daniel Myers; third place, Nathan Curtis; honorable mention, Carl Schauerman, Jason Lively, Charlotte Westover and Jessica Alexander.

Miscellaneous: first place, Craig Newcomer; second place, Laura Dietrich; third place, Mike Massabni; honorable mention, John Logan and Desiree Tester.

Eighth-grade winners

Physics: first place, Kyle Tribett; second place, Barton Maxwell; third place, Joan Wilton.

Botany: first place, Diane Newcomer and Sarah Yenoli; second place, Bradley Hurst and Jessica Piercy; third place, David Meredith and Ryan McDonald.

Medicine: first place, Philip Blachly; second place, Beth Hughes; third place, Matt Coulter.

Chemistry: first place, Jessica Edwards; second place, Danny Haberman and Catharine Ramsey; third place, Brady Wise and Lindsay Box.

Earth Science: first place, Eddie Nottwottnick; second place, Neelum Khattak; third place, Lara Paolini.

Consumer Science: first place, Alisa Ross; second place, Tim Ale; third place, Cory Marshall.

Miscellaneous: first place, Michelle Schweinsburg; second place, Lindsay Robinson; third place, Joe Andrucyk.

Plenty of pasta

Two area churches are having spaghetti dinners Saturday:

United Methodist Men of Nichols-Bethel United Methodist Church will have its annual spaghetti dinner from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the church hall on Murray Road in Odenton. The menu is all-you-can-eat spaghetti with meat sauce, garlic bread, salad bar, dessert, coffee, tea and punch. Cost is $6 for adults and $3 for children 6 to 12. Children under 6 eat free. To buy tickets, call Owen Cooper at 410-674-6145 or the church office at 410-674-2272.

Trinity United Methodist Church will have a spaghetti supper from 3: 30 to 6: 30 p.m. The menu includes spaghetti, meatballs, bread, butter, salad and beverage. Cost is $6 for adults and $3 for children 6 to 11. Children under 6 eat free. The church is at 956 Patuxent Road, Odenton/Woodwardville.

Pub Date: 3/18/97

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