Parent volunteers session set at middle school

Neighbors

October 11, 1998|By Rosalie Falter | Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

BROOKLYN PARK Middle School is sponsoring two meetings parents may wish to attend Tuesday.

The first is a volunteer orientation at 9: 30 a.m. for anyone who helps with clerical pool duties, principal's newsletter, student government, team volunteers, fund raising, media center, guidance office and reading programs.

The second meeting is a workshop called "What's New in Special Education?" from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the media center. This is an informal information session.

Information: 410-691-4344.

Graduation fund-raiser

Sixth-graders in Overlook Elementary School are looking forward graduation. They are planning to make some money to help with graduation programs, buy yearbooks, take a school trip and other end-of-year activities. The first fund-raiser planned is a flea market from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the school, 401 Hampton Road.

Coffee, doughnuts, hot dogs and drinks will be sold. The event will be held outside unless it rains.

Information: 410-789-8202, 410-636-8020 or 410-636-1720.

Fair success

From the looks of things at the Linthicum Community Fair, it was a success. Friends and neighbors worked and played together, enjoying themselves while supporting a worthy cause, the North County Emergency Outreach Network.

And what a beautiful fall day it was for a parade. Many people worked hard to put together imaginative and interesting floats.

Sue Cwieke, who organized the parade, said St. John's Pre-school took first place and Cub Scout Pack 550 finished second. The prize for the best new entrant in this year's parade went to North County High School seniors, who tied with Linthicum Elementary School's sixth-grade class.

The fair also was a success for NCEON. Although all the receipts are not in, it appears that the fair will meet its $2,000 goal. Martin Muller was chairman of the event.

Pub Date: 10/11/98

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