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December 23, 2002
The Children's Scholarship Fund Baltimore has named Paul Ellis its new executive director. The nonprofit group, created in 1998, funds scholarships for city children in kindergarten through eighth grade to attend area private or parochial schools. Last year, more than 850 children received scholarships to attend more than 100 schools. Ellis plans to increase awareness of and financial support for the fund. The fund needs to raise more than $600,000 a year to support its operations. Ellis, a Baltimore native, has worked as a nonprofit administrator and fund-raiser for 12 years, most recently for the Revisions Foundation in Catonsville.
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NEWS
February 23, 2003
On February 20, 2003, WARREN G. ELLIS JR.; beloved husband of Faye L. (nee Lepley); devoted father of Theresa M. Bales; father-in-law of Jim Bales; dear brother of Paul H. Ellis and the late Lois Allen; loving grandfather of McKenzie L. Bales. Friends may call at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, on Sunday and Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral Service will be held at the Freedom Baptist Church on Tuesday at 11 A.M. Interment Zion Evangelical Lutheran United Church of Christ Cemetery.
SPORTS
By Mike Jefferson | December 15, 1990
Kilo Mack scored a game-high 27 points and Kevin Hockaday added 18, as Joppatowne (2-0) defeated Wilde Lake (1-3), 70-61, in a non-league game last night at Joppatowne.The Mariners led, 53-39, going into the fourth quarter and increased the margin to 65-44 with 4 minutes, 50 seconds remaining in the game.With 4:22 left, the Mariners' Terrance Cain fouled Wilde Lake's Joe Guyton, who finished with a team-high 20 points. Guyton hit both ends of a one-and-one, and Wilde Lake rallied using a full-court press to pull within 67-54 with 2:35 remaining.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SLOANE BROWN | May 21, 2000
There's nothing quite like dining on the front lawn of a grand old house, reveling in a summery evening, and relaxing after an afternoon golf game. That's what Civic Works offered 200 supporters at its second-annual "Spring Swing -- Golf Tournament and Dinner Auction" at Clifton Mansion. As guests supped and socialized, the sounds of songbirds mingled in the background with 1940s swing music, recalling an earlier era. In the crowd: Dana Gans and Randy LeFaivre, event co-chairs; Marc Bunting and Stuart Brooks, event committee members; Dana Stein, Civic Works president and executive director; Tony Hawkins, Civic Works board chair; city Councilwoman Helen Holton, Mimi Roeder Vaughan, Tricia Ellis and Fred Struever, board members; Bev Thomas, Baltimore community activist; Rob Bostick, BGE marketing and energy services manager; Paul Ellis, ReVisions Foundation executive director; Diane Gordy, state administrator; Chuck Goldsborough, Team Lexus league driver; Steve Hazan, Bank of America vice president; Terry McDonnell, general sales manager for Carroll County Foods; Sibyl Kane, AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer; and Tony Pagnotti, WMAR-TV personality.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck | September 22, 1991
Vocalists to open JCC's Yale Gordon Concert SeriesThe Jewish Community Center's Yale Gordon Concert Series kicks off Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. with a double recital by vocalists Allison Charney and Kelley Ruth. Mezzo-soprano Charney is a post-graduate student at the Peabody Institute and sang in Center Stage productions of "O Pioneers!" and "The Making of Americans." Soprano Ruth has been featured in Peabody Opera productions and appeared with Pro Musica Rara and the Baltimore Bach Ensemble.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | February 9, 1996
All season Centennial has played predominantly a man-for-man defense.And that was what the Eagles played for three quarters yesterday against a pesky Wilde Lake team that wouldn't quit.But in the fourth quarter, Centennial coach Jim Hill switched to a zone, and the Eagles quickly pulled away to a 17-point lead, cruising to a 58-50 victory.The win kept Centennial (13-3 overall, 8-1 league) in first place."We don't like to play a zone much, but we didn't think they could shoot well outside," Hill said.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | December 4, 1992
Wilde Lake's boys basketball team is being touted by opposing coaches as a preseason favorite along with Centennial to win the county championship.That seems a bit strange, because Wilde Lake's only championship was in 1978.The Cats are hyped in preseason nearly every year and rarely live up that hype. Will this year be any different?They return four players, all expected to start.Taronn Evans is a 6-foot-3 senior forward who played only 15 minutes per game last season and still averaged 14.0 points.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | March 4, 1993
For the 13th-ranked Milford Mill basketball team, last night's 79-74 Class 1A, Region II semifinal win over sixth-seeded Wilde Lake was anything but the cakewalk some predicted it would be.In a game tied nine times -- the last of which came with 2:56 left -- it took a Herculean effort by 6-foot-6 forward Blanchard Hurd to put the Millers over the top.Hurd, a sophomore, had 25 points, 17 rebounds and nine blocked shots, helping his team to erase a six-point, first-half...
SPORTS
By John Harris III and John Harris III,Contributing Writer | December 31, 1992
Ronald Rhodes' 41-point, 11-rebound performance was too much for Wilde Lake last night, as Calvert defeated the Wildecats, 80-67, in the Southern-AA Christmas Tournament final.Deon Wingfield scored 28 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for Wilde Lake, but it was the smooth, 6-foot-5 Rhodes who made the difference down the stretch with his hanging jump shots and slashing drives to the basket."No. 42 [Rhodes] had a great game, we just couldn't stop him. He's a real nice ballplayer," said Wilde Lake coach Paul Ellis.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | February 11, 1993
He's called "Neon" because he's a flashy basketball player with a monster dunk shot who especially enjoys playing before large crowds.But Deon Wingfield means more than just flash and glitter to his Wilde Lake team.He's its captain, leading scorer and leading rebounder, averaging 15.4 points and 11.2 rebounds. And he's shooting 67 percent from the floor.Wingfield, a 6-foot-5, 180-pound senior, had hoped to lead the tall, talented and experienced Wildecats to their first county basketball championship since 1978.
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