Good things happen on Fridays at Arundel High

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October 13, 1998|By Nancy Gallant | Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

FRIDAYS are special at Arundel Senior High School.

Members of the faculty and staff and many students are sporting green and white outfits. During Friday morning announcements, Principal Will Myers is recognizing good things going on at the school. This week, several people were honored for their achievements. Delante Byrd, Brandon Harris and Kelly Jordan have been named National Achievement Scholars, recognizing their performance on the 1997 PSAT.

Franklin "Buddy" Hepfer was named 4A-3A Wrestling Coach of the Year by the Maryland State Wrestling Association. Laura Adcock and Anna Hoppmann have been nominated for the Maryland House of Delegates page program. Juniors Candace Chapman, Danielle Crawley and Jennifer Flores were recognized for outstanding performance in speech. Senior A. J. Gallow was honored for exemplifying strong character and good work.

And Brandon Buckholtz has shown special school spirit; he's worn an AHS wildcat shirt every Friday this school year.

Bundle Sunday coming

Start cleaning out your closets. Bundle Sunday is coming. Trucks from the St. Vincent de Paul Society will be in the parking lot at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton parish on Route 424 in Crofton before and after all weekend Masses to accept donations of clothing, bedding, household items and other goods. Donations should be placed in plastic bags and tied securely.

Donations are tax-deductible and will help the St. Vincent de Paul Society to help homeless and needy people. For more information, call 410-721-5770.

Fall Craft Fair

Are you looking for some pretty fall decorations? Or perhaps you would like to start your Christmas shopping a little early. The Four Seasons Women's Club will sponsor a Fall Craft Fair at Four Seasons Elementary School on Waugh Chapel Road in Gambrills Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Programs for youths

Prince of Peace Presbyterian Church in Crofton is planning two programs for young people. A middle school puppeteer ministry is being offered for youths in grades six through eight. The new ministry will teach Bible stories through interactive hand puppets, accompanied by dialogue and music.

Also, the church's youth groups are planning to attend Michael W. Smith's Live the Life Tour at the Patriot Center in Falls Church, Va., on Oct. 30.

Women's group to meet

The Christian German American Women's Group will meet Monday at noon in the Blue Room of the Chapel Center on Grandea Avenue in Fort Meade. The group will practice German and provide an opportunity for Christian fellowship. The meeting will include a German lunch and time for gemutlichkeit. For more information, call Irene Kucholik at 301-621-7862 or Lisa Beilke at 301-604-5880.

Pub Date: 10/13/98

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