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By Phyllis Flowers and Phyllis Lucas and Phyllis Flowers and Phyllis Lucas,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 26, 1996
IT'S TIME to plan for summer.St. John Lutheran Day School, 226 Washburn Ave., will sponsor a summer camp June 17 to Aug. 23. The hours will be 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Registration is open for full or part time.Children may be enrolled by the week, day or half-day. Activities will include arts and crafts, aerobics and gymnastics, language development, music and dancing, computers, water play and field trips.Information: 355-7296.Help for mothersA Moms and Tots program, sponsored by the Anne Arundel County Department of Health and the YWCA of Glen Burnie, is 10 a.m. to 11: 30 a.m. Wednesdays in the Brooklyn Heights United Methodist Church education building, 110 Townsend Ave.This program is designed to help new and expectant mothers with the transition to motherhood.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | April 22, 2014
Dr. M. Daniel Lane, a retired Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine researcher, biochemist and esteemed teacher who studied the body's chemical processes that affect hunger, died of myeloma April 10 at the Charlestown Retirement Community. The former Mount Washington resident was 83. Colleagues said he typically arrived at his classroom at 6 a.m. and filled numerous sliding blackboards with notes for the day's material. These became known as the "Lane Lectures. " Dr. Paul Rothman, chief executive officer of Johns Hopkins Medicine and dean of the medical faculty, called Dr. Lane "a premier scientist and one of our most cherished colleagues.
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April 17, 2014
Ohio University freshman swimmer Carrie Dukes, a 2013 graduate of The John School, was awarded the Ohio University Tad Potter Memorial Award at an athletics dinner Saturday evening. This award is given annually to the swimming and diving student-athlete who demonstrates conduct, leadership, sportsmanship, fellowship and courage throughout the season. Dukes is the first freshman recipient of the award and she capped off her season with a Top 15 finish in the 100 butterfly at the Mid-American Championships.
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April 17, 2014
Ohio University freshman swimmer Carrie Dukes, a 2013 graduate of The John School, was awarded the Ohio University Tad Potter Memorial Award at an athletics dinner Saturday evening. This award is given annually to the swimming and diving student-athlete who demonstrates conduct, leadership, sportsmanship, fellowship and courage throughout the season. Dukes is the first freshman recipient of the award and she capped off her season with a Top 15 finish in the 100 butterfly at the Mid-American Championships.
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By Jacques Kelly | March 4, 2010
Ascension School, Halethorpe Founded 1913. Students may go to St. Augustine in Elkridge, Our Lady of Victory in Arbutus or new Westside school. St. Bernardine School, Edmondson Village, West Baltimore Founded 1928. The church was a gift of rowhouse builder James Keelty, who built much of the surrounding neighborhood. Judge J. Norris Byrnes, who graduated in 1952, recalled the Immaculate Heart of Mary nuns from Scranton, Pa., who taught him. "You learned there," he said.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | April 26, 2012
Sister Loretta Marie Schultz, a teacher for five decades, died of a heart attack Sunday at her order's Maria Health Care Center in Baltimore. She was 90. Born Loretta Marie Schultz in Camden, N.J., she entered the School Sisters of Notre Dame in Baltimore in August 1941. She was given the religious name Mary Serapia and later used her baptismal name. She earned a bachelor's degree at what is now Notre Dame of Maryland university and a master's degree at the Catholic University of America.
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June 7, 1993
SHAWN LOVE, 14, son of Patty and Gordon Love, Uniontown Road in Westminster.School: Graduated yesterday from St. John School in Westminster, and will be a freshman this fall at Prospect Hall High School in Frederick.Honored for: Being awarded scholarships not just by Prospect Hall, but also by two other Catholic high schools to which he applied: Calvert Hall and Loyola-Blakefield.Each school offered him scholarships of about $3,500 each. To ** apply, he submitted his test scores and wrote essays about how he could contribute to the school academically and in sports.
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October 21, 2007
The South Carroll High School Media Center is holding its annual food drive starting tomorrow through Nov. 9. The school is joining the Kids Helping Kids campaign of the Maryland State Department of Education. All food collected will go to Carroll County Food Sunday to help the needy. The media center will reward the homeroom collecting the most food with doughnuts and juice during a homeroom period. Information: 410-751-3575. School board to meet Wednesday The Carroll County Board of Education will hold an administrative meeting at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Room 007 of the board offices at 125 N. Court St., Westminster.
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August 4, 2003
Downtown Westminster Promotions Committee is sponsoring Ladies Night Out the first Thursday of each month starting this week. From 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., women can dine at one of several restaurants, then shop at the specialty stores along Main Street, or browse for books in the library. Specials will include classes in knitting or pottery; rent one video, get one free at the library; arts center programs; and refreshments at participating shops. Information: Kathy Gilmore, 410-848-7116, or Tiombe, 410-751- 9800.
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September 6, 1991
A new playground in Johnston Square -- where there are precious few places for young children to play -- is reason enough for celebration. But the dedication this morning of a quarter-acre play area by Mayor Kurt Schmoke, Archbishop William Keeler and his predecessor, Archbishop William Borders, a statement to inner-city communities that Catholic schools are here to stay. The playground, connected to the St. James and John School, has been a joint effort of the city, the archdiocese, the school and the six inner city parishes that sponsor it.St.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | March 31, 2014
Lorraine D. Mihok, a retired John Carroll School office administrator, died March 6 at Symphony Manor Assisted Living of complications from a fall following a stroke she suffered in 2012. The Forest Hill resident was 75. Born Lorraine Dailey in Baltimore, she was the daughter of Irving Dailey, a trucking firm owner, and Stella Dailey, a homemaker. Raised on East Preston Street, she was a 1956 graduate of the Catholic High School of Baltimore, where she excelled academically. She became a Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. secretary and worked at its Lexington Street headquarters.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | March 1, 2014
Dr. Raymond Seltser, former associate dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health who was the author of seminal epidemiological articles on smoking, stroke and radiation, died Feb. 16 of pneumonia at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington. He was 90. The son of a tailor and a homemaker, Raymond Seltser was born and raised in Boston. He graduated from Boston Latin School in 1941. "His parents expected him to go into medicine, but he never wanted to practice," said a son, Barry Jay Seltser of Silver Spring.
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By Joe Burris and Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | January 19, 2014
Eighth grader Danyelle Taylor has learned about Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in school, but she got an up-close peek at King-era mementos Sunday - including a 1957 letter the civil rights leader wrote his literary agent and a program from the 1962 March on Washington. Math teacher Rachel McGrain, as a reward from the Knowledge and Success Academy School in Baltimore, took Taylor and seventh-grader Tiary Johnson to visit to a special exhibition at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture, The trip helped bring alive King's message.
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By Jennifer Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun Media Group | October 3, 2013
No matter how early she arrives at school or how late she departs, there always seem to be students buzzing about the 70-acre campus of The John Carroll School, according to Principal Madelyn Ball. And that's no wonder, given the sheer number of activities, sports and arts programs available to the Bel Air school's 700 students. But one afternoon this fall (and another next spring), Ball will shut it all down and shoo her pupils home to spend quality time with their families.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2012
Margery K. "Margie" Pozefsky, an artist and kidney transplant survivor who supported a kidney swapping transplant program at Johns Hopkins Hospital, died Friday of lung cancer at her Rockland home. She was 71. "Margie was just a wonderful woman who had been one of our patients years ago and then endowed a professorship of kidney transplant surgery at Hopkins," said Dr. Julie A. Freischlag, chair of the Department of Surgery and surgeon in chief at Hopkins. "It was a huge gift, and she also helped enhance our kidney swap program and computerized database," Dr. Freischlag said.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | April 26, 2012
Sister Loretta Marie Schultz, a teacher for five decades, died of a heart attack Sunday at her order's Maria Health Care Center in Baltimore. She was 90. Born Loretta Marie Schultz in Camden, N.J., she entered the School Sisters of Notre Dame in Baltimore in August 1941. She was given the religious name Mary Serapia and later used her baptismal name. She earned a bachelor's degree at what is now Notre Dame of Maryland university and a master's degree at the Catholic University of America.
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By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Staff writer | January 30, 1991
At a time when many Catholic schools in the Baltimore Archdiocese and across the nation face declining enrollment, St. John School, with just eight classrooms, turns prospective students away.St. John, established in 1866 and the only Catholic school in Carroll, has a waiting list of 15 to 20 students for each of the grades, one through five."Some principals are stressed out about where their enrollment isgoing to come from," said Principal Patricia M. Brink. "I have to worry about who our admissions committee is going to turn away."
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By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Staff writer | January 2, 1991
Kenneth F. Mussari, Carroll's longtime school personnel director anda former English teacher, will be remembered as an enthusiastic and energetic administrator and as an exemplary individual."
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March 20, 2012
In response to the story about alleged child abuse at John Archer School ("John Archer parents address abuse allegations," March 14), it's unbelievable something like this could happen in Harford County. If the school's teachers are at fault they should be punished severely. If the county board of education doesn't take this seriously, it could happen in other schools. The idea that special needs children allegedly were restrained in chairs for hours is absurd. What has this world come to, and what's next?
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