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By Nancy Gallant and Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 19, 1998
MAY IS the time for a changing of the guard at area high schools. Seniors have been busy with proms, college planning and preparation for graduation. Caps and gowns are ready. Yearbooks will be distributed soon. Final editions of school newspapers are almost ready for printing.Just a few more days of school and one last set of exams, and the seniors will pass on leadership roles to juniors. In some organizations, this transition has already taken place.At Arundel High School Key Club's recent award banquet, President Chris Wilhelmi transferred his gavel to Sheena Washington, marking the start of a new year for the club.
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By Lisa Peklo | May 26, 2011
Glenelg High School Key Club President Emily Schweich couldn't be prouder than she is when she boasts that a club, which had less than 20 members a few years ago, can now claim more than 54 members. The active club is involved in a passel of community service activities, including a late spring endeavor which involved writing letters for children who attend Deaf Camps Inc., a volunteer-run nonprofit camp for deaf and hard-of-hearing children. The letters the Key Club members wrote will insure that all campers will receive mail during mail call in their first week at camp.
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By Vicki Wellford | June 17, 1992
The Arundel High School Key Club has been busy this past year.At the Capital District Convention, April 10-12 in Roanoke, Va., and featuring Key Clubs from Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and Washington, Arundel won first place in the Platinum division of clubs with 86 or more members.The award was given for the Achievement Report, a summary of activities in which the club participated during the past year.Arundel also took first place in the Single Service project for building a tot lot at the YWCA Battered Spouse Home.
NEWS
December 28, 2001
Digests, datebook If you have information for the community digests or datebook, call Ellie Baublitz at 410-751-7910 during the day, leave a voice mail message after hours, or fax news releases to 410-751-7916. Thirty-seven donors participated in the Mount Airy Chiropractic Center's holiday blood drive, which collected 25 units of blood for the American Red Cross on Nov. 23. David E. Koronet, chiropractor and donor chairman, thanks everyone who donated and helped with the event. The next blood drive will be held from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Jan. 28 at Calvary United Methodist Church on South Main Street in Mount Airy.
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By Joni Guhne and Joni Guhne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 17, 2001
SINCE IT WAS organized less than three months ago, the Key Club at Severna Park High School has attracted nearly 60 members - teen-agers who have more on their minds than the funky fashions, R-rated videos and pierced body parts that youths are given credit for these days. The club, whose first organizational meeting took place in mid-February, is sponsored by the Severna Park Kiwanis Club. The high school club was chartered with 32 members, says Jonnie Mann, Kiwanis adviser for the students.
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By VICKI WELLFORD | November 10, 1992
No, she didn't quit her day job. No, she's not working undercover.Barbara San Gabino, better known as the principal at Odenton Elementary School, will be behind the counter tonight at the Odenton McDonalds, taking and filling orders for a good cause.San Gabino is taking part in Principal's Day, a fund-raiser from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. for her school sponsored by the local fast-food restaurant. A portion of the evening's proceeds will go directly to the school.In addition to the food, the children may have their faces painted and may pick up balloons.
NEWS
December 28, 2001
Digests, datebook If you have information for the community digests or datebook, call Ellie Baublitz at 410-751-7910 during the day, leave a voice mail message after hours, or fax news releases to 410-751-7916. Thirty-seven donors participated in the Mount Airy Chiropractic Center's holiday blood drive, which collected 25 units of blood for the American Red Cross on Nov. 23. David E. Koronet, chiropractor and donor chairman, thanks everyone who donated and helped with the event. The next blood drive will be held from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Jan. 28 at Calvary United Methodist Church on South Main Street in Mount Airy.
NEWS
January 9, 2001
Students at Arundel High School have received their prize of a rock concert for winning a food-drive contest sponsored by an area radio station. The band Good Charlotte performed Friday for hundreds of students in the Gambrills school's auditorium as their prize in the WHFS-FM Capital Area Food Drive. The Arundel High Key Club, with help from its club counterparts at several other schools, ran a campaign that collected 4.5 tons of nonperishable items during six school days in early November.
NEWS
June 1, 1998
Five exchange students have been attending South Carroll High School this academic year.Hannah Gutmann and Gianna Volpe are from Germany; Natasha Isokova, Belarus; Ksenya Makarevich, Russia; and Andreas Nielsen, Norway.Hannah is from Laufenburg, where her father is a lawyer and her mother a teacher. She is staying with Henry and Martha Chinery. She is involved with the German Club and Multicultural Club at South Carroll.Gianna, of Hamburg, is staying with the family of senior Shawn Richardson.
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By Nancy Gallant and Nancy Gallant,SUN STAFF | July 21, 1998
KIRITIKOS Toastmasters Club recently elected its board of officers: Bill Biss, president; Betsy Yeaton, vice president for education; Barry Setser, vice president for membership; Jane Biss, vice president for public relations; Eugene Hill, secretary; and Bill Squires, sergeant-at-arms.In addition to his duties with the local group, Bill Biss also serves as area governor for five other Toastmasters groups in Howard ** and Anne Arundel counties.All the clubs follow the Toastmasters program, designed to help people improve their communication and leadership skills.
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By Joni Guhne and Joni Guhne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 17, 2001
SINCE IT WAS organized less than three months ago, the Key Club at Severna Park High School has attracted nearly 60 members - teen-agers who have more on their minds than the funky fashions, R-rated videos and pierced body parts that youths are given credit for these days. The club, whose first organizational meeting took place in mid-February, is sponsored by the Severna Park Kiwanis Club. The high school club was chartered with 32 members, says Jonnie Mann, Kiwanis adviser for the students.
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By Nancy Gallant and Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 6, 2001
JIM MCGUIRE, a Crofton Kiwanis Club member who serves as adviser to Archbishop Spalding High School's Key Club, calls Susan Lange "one of the most incredible people I ever met." A senior at Spalding, Lange has been active in the school's Key Club since her freshman year, taking part in a variety of projects, from Special Olympics to parties at a local nursing home. During her junior year, she was club treasurer. Last spring, she was elected lieutenant governor of the Key Club's District 14, coordinating and energizing the club's service groups in eight area high schools.
NEWS
January 9, 2001
Students at Arundel High School have received their prize of a rock concert for winning a food-drive contest sponsored by an area radio station. The band Good Charlotte performed Friday for hundreds of students in the Gambrills school's auditorium as their prize in the WHFS-FM Capital Area Food Drive. The Arundel High Key Club, with help from its club counterparts at several other schools, ran a campaign that collected 4.5 tons of nonperishable items during six school days in early November.
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By Nancy Gallant and Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 18, 2000
TEEN-AGER Wendy Scholfield will be visiting Glen Burnie Mall on Thursday - but not for shopping or hanging out with friends. Instead, the Crofton resident will be picking up a check for $1,500 toward her college education. Wendy, who graduated in May from Arundel High School, is one of a select group of students nationwide to receive a Simon Youth Foundation Community Scholarship. The foundation is a not-for-profit organization established by the Simon Group, owner of properties including Glen Burnie Mall, to support the academic endeavors of promising young people.
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By Nancy Gallant and Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 6, 1999
THE GAMBRILLS Athletic Under-14 boys' baseball team is making plans for a trip to Florida. After a successful season, the team has qualified to take part in the national American Athletic Union invitational baseball tournament.On July 22, the team plans to travel to the Walt Disney World sports complex to compete for the national title.To help fund this adventure, the club is sponsoring a dance for adults Saturday from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., at the Gambrills Athletic Club. A disc jockey, snacks and beverages will be available, as well as prizes and a karaoke hour.
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By Nancy Gallant and Nancy Gallant,SUN STAFF | July 21, 1998
KIRITIKOS Toastmasters Club recently elected its board of officers: Bill Biss, president; Betsy Yeaton, vice president for education; Barry Setser, vice president for membership; Jane Biss, vice president for public relations; Eugene Hill, secretary; and Bill Squires, sergeant-at-arms.In addition to his duties with the local group, Bill Biss also serves as area governor for five other Toastmasters groups in Howard ** and Anne Arundel counties.All the clubs follow the Toastmasters program, designed to help people improve their communication and leadership skills.
NEWS
By Nancy Gallant and Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 18, 2000
TEEN-AGER Wendy Scholfield will be visiting Glen Burnie Mall on Thursday - but not for shopping or hanging out with friends. Instead, the Crofton resident will be picking up a check for $1,500 toward her college education. Wendy, who graduated in May from Arundel High School, is one of a select group of students nationwide to receive a Simon Youth Foundation Community Scholarship. The foundation is a not-for-profit organization established by the Simon Group, owner of properties including Glen Burnie Mall, to support the academic endeavors of promising young people.
NEWS
By Nancy Gallant and Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 6, 1999
THE GAMBRILLS Athletic Under-14 boys' baseball team is making plans for a trip to Florida. After a successful season, the team has qualified to take part in the national American Athletic Union invitational baseball tournament.On July 22, the team plans to travel to the Walt Disney World sports complex to compete for the national title.To help fund this adventure, the club is sponsoring a dance for adults Saturday from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., at the Gambrills Athletic Club. A disc jockey, snacks and beverages will be available, as well as prizes and a karaoke hour.
NEWS
June 1, 1998
Five exchange students have been attending South Carroll High School this academic year.Hannah Gutmann and Gianna Volpe are from Germany; Natasha Isokova, Belarus; Ksenya Makarevich, Russia; and Andreas Nielsen, Norway.Hannah is from Laufenburg, where her father is a lawyer and her mother a teacher. She is staying with Henry and Martha Chinery. She is involved with the German Club and Multicultural Club at South Carroll.Gianna, of Hamburg, is staying with the family of senior Shawn Richardson.
NEWS
By Nancy Gallant and Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 19, 1998
MAY IS the time for a changing of the guard at area high schools. Seniors have been busy with proms, college planning and preparation for graduation. Caps and gowns are ready. Yearbooks will be distributed soon. Final editions of school newspapers are almost ready for printing.Just a few more days of school and one last set of exams, and the seniors will pass on leadership roles to juniors. In some organizations, this transition has already taken place.At Arundel High School Key Club's recent award banquet, President Chris Wilhelmi transferred his gavel to Sheena Washington, marking the start of a new year for the club.
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