Irish-style bagels to open walking program

Neighbors

March 12, 1998|By Joni Guhne | Joni Guhne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

CHESAPEAKE BAGEL Bakery and North Arundel Hospital will tTC kick off this year's Bagel Walkers program at 8 a.m. Monday with an Irish-style happening at the bakery in Park Plaza.

Come dressed "in the spirit of St. Patrick's Day" and get a prize, or come anyway to enjoy green bagels and cream cheese.

A bagpipe player will lead the parade of walkers to the trail.

For more information, call North Arundel Hospital at 410-787-4367.

Car seat safety stickers

The Kiwanis Club of Severna Park, with its motto "Young Children -- Priority One," has begun a project called Help a Child.

The program provides bright yellow stickers to adhere to the backs of child car seats.

Robert Jennings, a member of the Loch Raven Kiwanis Club in Baltimore, thought up the idea in 1996 after he witnessed the confusion at the scene of a serious auto accident. No one knew whom to contact to take care of the baby and toddler in the car.

The sticker lists the name of the parent or guardian and that of another relative not living with the child.

Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. got 12,000 stickers to give to employees.

To receive free emergency stickers, call 410-360-9325 in the evening.

Girl wins scholarship

Congratulations to eighth-grader Lizzy Greif, who has been named a winner in the annual Archbishop Spalding music scholarship competition for next school year.

Liz and her parents, Dan and Amy Greif, along with her sisters, Allie and Carrie, recently moved to Severna Park, where Mrs. Greif grew up.

Liz, an outstanding student, plays the piano and clarinet, but her heart belongs to the oboe. "I can't imagine living without my oboe," she says.

She plays clarinet for the Maryland Youth Symphonette under conductor Angelo Gatto, founder and director of the Maryland Youth Symphony Orchestra and a member of the music faculty at Catonsville Community College.

Middle school 'Mattress'

Have you been around long enough to remember that Carol Burnett got her start starring in the Broadway musical "Once Upon a Mattress" by Mary Rodgers and Marshall Barer?

Students at Severna Park Middle School will try their theatrical hands at this musical adaptation of "The Princess and the Pea" at 7 p.m. March 26, 27 and 28. There is also a 2 p.m. matinee March 28.

The show will be directed by Kevin Wheatly, a volunteer who regularly appears in Chesapeake Music Hall productions, and the music will be directed by choral teacher Kathy Gabriele.

For tickets, call Pam Biddlecomb at 410-544-1719.

Pub Date: 3/12/98

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