North Glen gets several new faculty, staff

Neighbors

September 13, 1998|By Rosalie Falter | Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

AS STUDENTS at North Glen Elementary School in Ferndale returned to their classrooms, they were greeted by some new faces.

Principal Barbara Bowens said these teachers and staff members are new to the school:

Melissa Nocho, secretary; Jennifer Henkel and Susan Vickers, first grade; Michelle Wooten, second grade; Toni Sakalas, reading; Susan Smith, adjunct teacher; William Campbell Jr., fourth and fifth grades; Katrin Duke, health assistant; Charles Blume, media specialist.

Also, Joe Corral, instrumental music; Leona Munoz, guidance counselor; M. Gerry Kershner, nurse; Kelvin Brooks, custodian; Sherri Anders, art; Brandie Gordon, home visitor (special education); Kimberly Ward, teaching assistant; Angela St. Pierre, music; and Patricia Cording, pupil personnel worker.

Parents, grandparents and community business people interested in volunteering at the school are asked to attend an orientation meeting at 9 a.m. Wednesday.

Mary Jo Young, reading resource teacher, and Pam Rodgers, a parent volunteer, are coordinating the program. The meeting will include guidelines and what is expected of a volunteer.

Information: school office, 410-222-6416.

Flea market

The Ann Arrundell County Historical Society will hold a flea market from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Benson-Hammond House, Aviation Boulevard and Andover Road, Linthicum.

About 35 vendors will have tables. Anyone looking for out-of-date Tupperware will find it from a dealer who is getting rid of her stock. Homemade baked goods, hot dogs and cold drinks will be sold.

The Browse and Buy Shoppe will be open for business, and tours will be conducted of the house.

Parking is free on the grounds. There is no rain date.

Information: Joan Cunningham at 410-544-4715 or Mary Calvert at 410-255-2729.

Heart Walk team

The Heart to Heart Cardiac Support Group at Linthicum Heights United Methodist Church is forming a team to walk in the American Heart Association's Heart Walk on Saturday in Annapolis.

It will be the first time the group has participated in the event.

Registration is at 8 a.m., and the walk begins at 9 a.m. Walk at your own pace along two routes -- one 3 miles, the other 6. Both start at St. John's College and go through the Naval Academy to City Dock and around the Historic District.

Walkers are expected to raise pledge money toward the team's goal of $1,000.

Sponsors can help by writing checks to the American Heart Association and forwarding them to team leader Nan Duerling at 381 Hemlock Trail, Crownsville 21032-1722. Contributions must be made by Friday.

The support group's next meeting is at 7 p.m. Sept. 22 in Room 116 at Linthicum Heights United Methodist Church, 200 School Lane.

Duerling, a Sunday school curriculum writer and editor for the United Methodist Publishing House and the United Church Press, will lead a study of selected biblical characters who experienced illness, sought help and eventually found healing, sometimes as the result of miraculous events.

Study materials will be provided, but you may bring your own Bible.

Information: 410-987-0494 or 410-859-0990.

First concert of season

The Performing Arts Association of Linthicum's first concert of the new season is scheduled at 8 p.m. Sept. 26 at Lindale-Brooklyn Park Middle School, 415 Andover Road.

The concert is a re-creation of clarinetist Benny Goodman's 1938 concert at Carnegie Hall, with Joe Midiri as Goodman. This a reprise of a January concert that played to a sold-out Chesapeake Music Hall in Annapolis.

Information: 410-859-8047.

Pub Date: 9/13/98

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