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By Adam Sachs and Adam Sachs,Sun Staff Writer | March 21, 1994
Spring took it's time getting here, but this year, the seasonal change truly does signify a new beginning for Dorsey's Search Village Manager Anne Darrin. She spent the last two months of winter working to repair damage to the village's community building caused by a series of frozen water pipes.Linden Hall, closed since Jan. 16 when pipes burst on the first of three occasions during one frigid week, will re-open today for classes, such as ballet and aerobics, business seminars, receptions and village business.
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September 24, 2003
Longfellow Elementary School, 5470 Hesperus Drive, will hold its next PTA board meeting at 7 p.m. Oct. 14. Parents are invited to attend and bring suggestions for the organization's activities. Membership dues are $6 per membership; $10 for two. The PTA is raising money by collecting old newspapers for recycling. Everyone is invited to drop off newspapers at the recycling bin on the parking lot to the right of the school. Information: 410-313-6879. K of C charity bingo set Oct. 4 at interfaith center A Knights of Columbus charity bingo is planned for 8 p.m. Oct. 4 at Wilde Lake Interfaith Center, 10431 Twin Rivers Road.
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By Adam Sachs and Adam Sachs,Sun Staff Writer | February 9, 1994
Dorsey's Search Village Manager Anne Darrin thought she had seen the worst on Jan. 16 when she worked from morning until midnight trying to contain the damage from a broken pipe that flooded Linden Hall.But as the village activities center was drying out and contractors were assessing repairs, a sprinkler ruptured Jan. 19 in the building's mechanical systems room. On that frigid evening, a weary Ms. Darrin rushed to the room and groped to shut off the water as it splashed into her face.And then, three days later, another pipe burst.
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By LARRY STURGILL | February 1, 1995
Christmas in April?Why not? That is what members of the St. John Catholic Church SWORD group are calling April 29. On that day, SWORD members and volunteers will spread out across Howard County to help low-income, elderly and disabled homeowners repair and rehabilitate their homes.lead,1 SWORD, a nondenominational support group for separated, widowed and divorced individuals, already has some new recruits to help with its rehab program. But more are needed.People experienced in carpentry, electrical work and plumbing are more than welcome, but there is also a need for those who can handle various odd jobs, such as carrying equipment, running errands and fixing sandwiches for the work crew.
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By LARRY STURGILL | March 23, 1994
Linden Hall in Dorsey's Search Village Center finally reopened its doors on Monday.The damage caused by "The Great Frozen Pipe Flood of 1994" has been repaired, and the event has passed into the realm of future "Do you remember?" stories to be told on cold winter nights.Much credit must be given to Anne Darrin, Jackie Felker, Karen Knight and the rest of the staff at Linden Hall. They worked tirelessly helping to get the facility up and operating again.Things are quickly getting back to normal and all the regular classes, including Jackie Sorensen's aerobics sessions and June Smart's ballet classes, are back in action.
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By LARRY STURGILL | December 22, 1993
A long-time dream is about to become reality for ballet instructor, June Smart, who teaches ballet at Linden Hall in Dorsey's Search Village Center.She's forming a professional ballet ensemble that will be based at Linden Hall."
NEWS
June 10, 1993
Dorsey's Search group offers summer programsThe Dorsey's Search Community Association is offering several programs during June and July.* Protect A Tot safety seminar will meet from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday at Linden Hall, 4765 Dorsey Hall Drive. The program will feature child-safety expert Sheri Gilliand, who will address safety concerns for parents of children under age 3. Advance registration is required. A $2 fee will be collected at the door.* A free program on hiring in-home child care will meet from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday at Linden Hall.
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By LARRY STURGILL | November 25, 1992
Thanksgiving is a "family" holiday, traditionally a day when we gather around a table of steaming food, with a golden-brown turkey as a centerpiece, a day when we offer thanks for the blessings that graced us during the year.It is also the beginning of the winter holiday season, the most joyous time of the year. But for many people, the blessings have been few and the joy of the holidays will be dampened by the realities of survival during a period of hard economic times.To answer their needs, several Howard County churches and organizations are sponsoring events to help those who are less fortunate.
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By LARRY STURGILL | December 14, 1994
Families and Communities Together with Schools, or the FACTS program, at Running Brook Elementary School is a success, thanks to the efforts of an outstanding planning committee and the help of some local businesses.The purpose of the program is to provide activities to strengthen family-community-school interaction by increasing student success, improving school attendance and enhancing parent participation in education.The planning committee is composed of school officials, parents and members of other groups.
NEWS
September 24, 2003
Longfellow Elementary School, 5470 Hesperus Drive, will hold its next PTA board meeting at 7 p.m. Oct. 14. Parents are invited to attend and bring suggestions for the organization's activities. Membership dues are $6 per membership; $10 for two. The PTA is raising money by collecting old newspapers for recycling. Everyone is invited to drop off newspapers at the recycling bin on the parking lot to the right of the school. Information: 410-313-6879. K of C charity bingo set Oct. 4 at interfaith center A Knights of Columbus charity bingo is planned for 8 p.m. Oct. 4 at Wilde Lake Interfaith Center, 10431 Twin Rivers Road.
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By LARRY STURGILL | December 14, 1994
Families and Communities Together with Schools, or the FACTS program, at Running Brook Elementary School is a success, thanks to the efforts of an outstanding planning committee and the help of some local businesses.The purpose of the program is to provide activities to strengthen family-community-school interaction by increasing student success, improving school attendance and enhancing parent participation in education.The planning committee is composed of school officials, parents and members of other groups.
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By LARRY STURGILL | March 23, 1994
Linden Hall in Dorsey's Search Village Center finally reopened its doors on Monday.The damage caused by "The Great Frozen Pipe Flood of 1994" has been repaired, and the event has passed into the realm of future "Do you remember?" stories to be told on cold winter nights.Much credit must be given to Anne Darrin, Jackie Felker, Karen Knight and the rest of the staff at Linden Hall. They worked tirelessly helping to get the facility up and operating again.Things are quickly getting back to normal and all the regular classes, including Jackie Sorensen's aerobics sessions and June Smart's ballet classes, are back in action.
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By Adam Sachs and Adam Sachs,Sun Staff Writer | March 21, 1994
Spring took it's time getting here, but this year, the seasonal change truly does signify a new beginning for Dorsey's Search Village Manager Anne Darrin. She spent the last two months of winter working to repair damage to the village's community building caused by a series of frozen water pipes.Linden Hall, closed since Jan. 16 when pipes burst on the first of three occasions during one frigid week, will re-open today for classes, such as ballet and aerobics, business seminars, receptions and village business.
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By Adam Sachs and Adam Sachs,Sun Staff Writer | February 9, 1994
Dorsey's Search Village Manager Anne Darrin thought she had seen the worst on Jan. 16 when she worked from morning until midnight trying to contain the damage from a broken pipe that flooded Linden Hall.But as the village activities center was drying out and contractors were assessing repairs, a sprinkler ruptured Jan. 19 in the building's mechanical systems room. On that frigid evening, a weary Ms. Darrin rushed to the room and groped to shut off the water as it splashed into her face.And then, three days later, another pipe burst.
NEWS
By LARRY STURGILL | December 22, 1993
A long-time dream is about to become reality for ballet instructor, June Smart, who teaches ballet at Linden Hall in Dorsey's Search Village Center.She's forming a professional ballet ensemble that will be based at Linden Hall."
NEWS
June 10, 1993
Dorsey's Search group offers summer programsThe Dorsey's Search Community Association is offering several programs during June and July.* Protect A Tot safety seminar will meet from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday at Linden Hall, 4765 Dorsey Hall Drive. The program will feature child-safety expert Sheri Gilliand, who will address safety concerns for parents of children under age 3. Advance registration is required. A $2 fee will be collected at the door.* A free program on hiring in-home child care will meet from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday at Linden Hall.
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By LARRY STURGILL | April 28, 1993
There was a rather curious brochure in my mail at the Howard County bureau of The Sun last week. It touted the benefits of something called "self-care massage," including quick relief from headaches, back pain, muscle aches and numerous other mental and physical problems.After a little research -- actually just a couple of telephone calls -- I discovered the essence of self-care massage.According to a pamphlet offered by course instructor Dr. Xun Wang, self-care massage is a technique using your own hands and fingers to press, knead, rub, and otherwise manipulate key acupuncture points to stimulate the ability of the body to relieve or cure its common ailments.
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By LARRY STURGILL | February 1, 1995
Christmas in April?Why not? That is what members of the St. John Catholic Church SWORD group are calling April 29. On that day, SWORD members and volunteers will spread out across Howard County to help low-income, elderly and disabled homeowners repair and rehabilitate their homes.lead,1 SWORD, a nondenominational support group for separated, widowed and divorced individuals, already has some new recruits to help with its rehab program. But more are needed.People experienced in carpentry, electrical work and plumbing are more than welcome, but there is also a need for those who can handle various odd jobs, such as carrying equipment, running errands and fixing sandwiches for the work crew.
NEWS
By LARRY STURGILL | April 28, 1993
There was a rather curious brochure in my mail at the Howard County bureau of The Sun last week. It touted the benefits of something called "self-care massage," including quick relief from headaches, back pain, muscle aches and numerous other mental and physical problems.After a little research -- actually just a couple of telephone calls -- I discovered the essence of self-care massage.According to a pamphlet offered by course instructor Dr. Xun Wang, self-care massage is a technique using your own hands and fingers to press, knead, rub, and otherwise manipulate key acupuncture points to stimulate the ability of the body to relieve or cure its common ailments.
NEWS
By LARRY STURGILL | November 25, 1992
Thanksgiving is a "family" holiday, traditionally a day when we gather around a table of steaming food, with a golden-brown turkey as a centerpiece, a day when we offer thanks for the blessings that graced us during the year.It is also the beginning of the winter holiday season, the most joyous time of the year. But for many people, the blessings have been few and the joy of the holidays will be dampened by the realities of survival during a period of hard economic times.To answer their needs, several Howard County churches and organizations are sponsoring events to help those who are less fortunate.
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