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By Natalie Harvey and Natalie Harvey,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 16, 1997
NICK THOMAS is the newest Eagle in Boy Scout Troop 75.His Eagle Court of Honor was held Sept. 7 in the theater at Slayton House.The Court of Honor was opened by Scoutmaster Pat Roth.David Buckler, Matt Green, Matt Murphy and Joe Blasi made up the Color Guard.Eagle Honor Guards Jon Barnes, Eric Larsen and Stan Ward escorted Nick to the stage, where he was welcomed by assistant Scoutmaster and master of ceremonies Don Larsen.The Rev. Mike Murphy gave the invocation.The Scout Oath was led by Chris Jordan.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 1, 2002
THIS HAS been a productive and fulfilling summer for the young men in Boy Scout Troop 550, according to Assistant Scoutmaster John McCarty. While camping at the Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation in Pennsylvania, many Scouts earned badges and some advanced in rank. All of the Scouts and adult leaders experienced the beauty and challenges of the outdoors during a weeklong trip. McCarty said that he and Assistant District Commissioner George Kline, who accompanied the troop, also had a surprise reunion.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 14, 1996
THE PATAPSCO Overlook Dixieland Band, a relative newcomer to the entertainment field in the Baltimore-Washington area but whose musicians have a combined total of more than 100 years of performing experience, is coming to Linthicum Park.The group plays at 6 p.m. today in the second performance of the Concert in the Park series sponsored by the Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights.The band is led by Rob White, tenor banjoist and lead vocalist. The group combines sing-alongs with instrumental numbers.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 4, 2001
ALL ARE invited to come and enjoy the fun at SPN Talent 2001, the annual variety show presented by the St. Philip Neri Home School Association. It will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Archbishop Spalding High School on New Cut Road. Students from kindergarten through eighth grade will be featured in the show. Among the acts are skits, including depictions of television's Australian "Crock Hunter" and the "Lunchable Kid" (from a TV commercial); a variety of dance performances; the SPN Supremes; a presentation of "So Long, Farewell" from "The Sound of Music"; country music and religious songs; an all-male version of the Rockettes; and the finale starring the graduating class of 2001.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 2, 1997
A NAME was added to the board of Eagle Scout honorees from Boy Scout Troop 550 during a recent Eagle Scout award dinner and ceremony at St. Christopher's Episcopal Church.David Starr became the troop's 47th Scout to receive the highest rank conferred by the Boy Scouts of America. Troop 550 was started in 1964.David, 16, is a junior at North County High School. He is a member of the school Drama Club and wrestling team and of the Young People's Fellowship at St. Christopher's Church.For his Eagle Scout project, David landscaped the church grounds and cleared a shaded area for picnics.
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By NATALIE HARVEY | January 10, 1995
James Crifasi became the 43rd Eagle Scout of Troop 601 at ceremonies held Dec. 22 at the Other Barn, Oakland Mills Village.Oakland Mills Community Association, sponsor of the troop, established Troop 601's "Eagle Nest" plaque at the Other Barn in 1980, six years before James joined Scouting.James has been bugler, patrol leader, assistant senior patrol leader and troop instructor while earning merit badges and before creating his Eagle Scout project.Howard County Executive, Charles I. Ecker commended his project's "goal of increasing songbird population in the county by designing backyard habitats for songbirds."
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,SUN STAFF | January 29, 1996
The Maryland Society, Sons of the American Revolution, says Brockston W. Posner-Smuck is the state's top Boy Scout, and that might be enough to win the young man a much-desired college scholarship.Brockston, 16, learned two weeks ago that he qualified for a first-place scholarship award of $5,000 or a second-place award of $1,000 from the National Society, Sons of the American Revolution, in Louisville, Ky."At first I really couldn't believe it, and then it settled in," said Brockston, an Eagle Scout.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 1, 2002
THIS HAS been a productive and fulfilling summer for the young men in Boy Scout Troop 550, according to Assistant Scoutmaster John McCarty. While camping at the Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation in Pennsylvania, many Scouts earned badges and some advanced in rank. All of the Scouts and adult leaders experienced the beauty and challenges of the outdoors during a weeklong trip. McCarty said that he and Assistant District Commissioner George Kline, who accompanied the troop, also had a surprise reunion.
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By NATALIE HARVEY | October 12, 1993
Francis "Butch" Colby, of Oakland Mills, was honored last month for being a good Scout.Actually, he has been in Scouting a good part of his life. He recently retired as Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop #601 and was recognized at a Court of Honor ceremony held at Talbott Springs Elementary School in Oakland Mills Village recently.The audience included Scouts he has guided since they were Weblos in Cub Scout Packs #613 and #601, adult Boy Scout leaders, and friends.During his nine years of Scouting in Columbia, Mr. Colby has been Pack Leader for Weblos, #601's Assistant Scoutmaster and has guided 39 Boy Scouts through planning and completion of their Eagle Scout projects.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 20, 1999
ASSISTANT Scoutmaster William D. MacLeod's 19 years of loyal service to Linthicum's Boy Scout Troop 550 has been recognized with the 1999 Unsung Hero Award for the Four Rivers District.MacLeod's service began while he was in the Army and stationed locally. He offered his services to Boy Scout Troop 550.His first involvement was to organize the troop's advancement program, shaping it so Scouts could keep the program fun while moving up the ladder. He spent many hours counseling Scouts on the best way to meet their objectives.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 3, 1999
A PARADE will lead the way to Saturday's 10th annual Linthicum Community Fair -- bringing together local nonprofit organizations for a fun day that will help raise money to help the needy and honor some of our most inspiring neighbors.The parade begins at 9 a.m., on a route from Lindale/Brooklyn Park Middle School to the fairgrounds at St. John's field at Hammonds Ferry and Maple roads. Fair hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.Its main beneficiary will be the North County Emergency Outreach Network (NCEON)
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 20, 1999
ASSISTANT Scoutmaster William D. MacLeod's 19 years of loyal service to Linthicum's Boy Scout Troop 550 has been recognized with the 1999 Unsung Hero Award for the Four Rivers District.MacLeod's service began while he was in the Army and stationed locally. He offered his services to Boy Scout Troop 550.His first involvement was to organize the troop's advancement program, shaping it so Scouts could keep the program fun while moving up the ladder. He spent many hours counseling Scouts on the best way to meet their objectives.
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By Natalie Harvey and Natalie Harvey,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 16, 1997
NICK THOMAS is the newest Eagle in Boy Scout Troop 75.His Eagle Court of Honor was held Sept. 7 in the theater at Slayton House.The Court of Honor was opened by Scoutmaster Pat Roth.David Buckler, Matt Green, Matt Murphy and Joe Blasi made up the Color Guard.Eagle Honor Guards Jon Barnes, Eric Larsen and Stan Ward escorted Nick to the stage, where he was welcomed by assistant Scoutmaster and master of ceremonies Don Larsen.The Rev. Mike Murphy gave the invocation.The Scout Oath was led by Chris Jordan.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 2, 1997
A NAME was added to the board of Eagle Scout honorees from Boy Scout Troop 550 during a recent Eagle Scout award dinner and ceremony at St. Christopher's Episcopal Church.David Starr became the troop's 47th Scout to receive the highest rank conferred by the Boy Scouts of America. Troop 550 was started in 1964.David, 16, is a junior at North County High School. He is a member of the school Drama Club and wrestling team and of the Young People's Fellowship at St. Christopher's Church.For his Eagle Scout project, David landscaped the church grounds and cleared a shaded area for picnics.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 14, 1996
THE PATAPSCO Overlook Dixieland Band, a relative newcomer to the entertainment field in the Baltimore-Washington area but whose musicians have a combined total of more than 100 years of performing experience, is coming to Linthicum Park.The group plays at 6 p.m. today in the second performance of the Concert in the Park series sponsored by the Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights.The band is led by Rob White, tenor banjoist and lead vocalist. The group combines sing-alongs with instrumental numbers.
NEWS
By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,SUN STAFF | January 29, 1996
The Maryland Society, Sons of the American Revolution, says Brockston W. Posner-Smuck is the state's top Boy Scout, and that might be enough to win the young man a much-desired college scholarship.Brockston, 16, learned two weeks ago that he qualified for a first-place scholarship award of $5,000 or a second-place award of $1,000 from the National Society, Sons of the American Revolution, in Louisville, Ky."At first I really couldn't believe it, and then it settled in," said Brockston, an Eagle Scout.
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By ROSALIE M. FALTER | May 31, 1994
A lecture and demonstration on "Our Herbal Culinary Heritage" will be presented by Sue Latini, a member of the Friendly Thyme Herb Club, at the club's regularly scheduled meeting, 10 a.m. Friday at the Ferndale-Linthicum Senior Center, 7205 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd.The demonstration will include preparation of several dishes that feature herbs. The recipe for "1840 House Squash Cakes" will appear in the hearth cooking recipe book Ms. Latini recently completed. It will be published this year.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 4, 2001
ALL ARE invited to come and enjoy the fun at SPN Talent 2001, the annual variety show presented by the St. Philip Neri Home School Association. It will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Archbishop Spalding High School on New Cut Road. Students from kindergarten through eighth grade will be featured in the show. Among the acts are skits, including depictions of television's Australian "Crock Hunter" and the "Lunchable Kid" (from a TV commercial); a variety of dance performances; the SPN Supremes; a presentation of "So Long, Farewell" from "The Sound of Music"; country music and religious songs; an all-male version of the Rockettes; and the finale starring the graduating class of 2001.
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By NATALIE HARVEY | February 21, 1995
Lt. Col. Richard Barnes was presented the prestigious William T. Hornaday bronze medal for distinguished service to conservation during Boy Scout Troop 75's Court of Honor this month.The award recognized Colonel Barnes' 36 years of dedication to reforestation of the American chestnut tree, which before the turn of this century covered more than 9 million acres (one-fourth of the Eastern hardwood forests). Most of the American chestnut trees died because of a fungus.His interest in conservation began while he was a member of Philadelphia's Boy Scout Troop 203. He obtained pure and cross-bred seeds from experiment stations and nurseries.
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By NATALIE HARVEY | January 10, 1995
James Crifasi became the 43rd Eagle Scout of Troop 601 at ceremonies held Dec. 22 at the Other Barn, Oakland Mills Village.Oakland Mills Community Association, sponsor of the troop, established Troop 601's "Eagle Nest" plaque at the Other Barn in 1980, six years before James joined Scouting.James has been bugler, patrol leader, assistant senior patrol leader and troop instructor while earning merit badges and before creating his Eagle Scout project.Howard County Executive, Charles I. Ecker commended his project's "goal of increasing songbird population in the county by designing backyard habitats for songbirds."
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