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By Edward Gunts | May 24, 1992
The Neighborhood Design Center will hold its 24th annual meeting and awards program June 4 starting at 6 p.m. at the Mount Royal Station Building of the Maryland Institute College of Art, Mount Royal Avenue and Cathedral Street.Prince George's County Executive Parris Glendening will be the keynote speaker. He plans to discuss his urban revitalization initiatives.Design and community leadership awards will be given to architects Nejim Alkhatib and Leo Matanguihan, and to Robert Giloth, executive director of the South East Community Organization.
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By Loni Ingraham | August 27, 2013
Betsy Lentz has won hundreds of ribbons from the Maryland State Fair and the 63-year-old Pine Valley resident appears energetic enough to win hundreds more as she bounces out of a sunroom chair, brings in a big brown bag and a large cardboard box and dumps her blue, red and white bounty on the coffee table for a visitor. And that's not all of them, said John Donald, the housemate Lentz calls her "soulmate. " He's also her gardening mate. Donald said the 11 days of the state fair is one of he happiest time of year for Lentz, who has been winning ribbons for her flowers, flower arrangements, vegetables, baking and photography since 1985.
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By Pat Brodowski and Pat Brodowski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 23, 2000
DISCOVER THE BEST of Hampstead on Saturday, when businesses and community organizations exhibit their wares at the annual Hampstead Business Expo. The expo will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at North Carroll High School, 1400 Panther Drive, off Hampstead-Mexico Road. The expo is sponsored by Hampstead Business Association. All expo booths have been sold. One can take a minitour of Hampstead with a visit to 75 businesses and nonprofit groups within an hour or two. Families will find useful contacts at the booths of the Boy Scouts, Hampstead Ravens youth football club, and North Carroll Recreation Council, which sponsors sports, horsemanship, dance and theater groups.
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By Gina Davis and Gina Davis,SUN REPORTER | October 1, 2006
Clinging to the pond's squishy edge, the chatty group of second-graders from Manchester Elementary scooped fishnets under the water's surface. They were looking for insects, but anything in the Pine Valley pond was fair game. "This is your chance to get down and dirty," said Sherry Fisher, a naturalist at the Charlotte's Quest Nature Center in Manchester. "But you're not here to invade and destroy. You're here to explore." With that pronouncement, a flurry of cheers erupted from the crowd of nearly two dozen pupils from Shelley Ruhlman's' class.
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By George Taylor and George Taylor,Special to The Evening Sun | August 23, 1991
It's ironic that Baltimore Country Club's Five Farms East, just selected as one of the world's greatest golf courses, has been forced to close until spring, due to deteriorating greens.In the past, Five Farms' famed East course repeatedly was honored with a listing among the leading 100 courses in the world. Now Golf Magazine selectors show Five Farms stands 47th in the U.S. rankings.The top five U.S. courses named were Pine Valley, Cypress Point, Augusta National, Pebble Beach and Merion.
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By Pat Brodowski and Pat Brodowski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 17, 1997
THIRD-GRADERS at Manchester Elementary School recently took a walk on the wild side at the Manchester Nature Center, where they saw a great horned owl and red-tailed hawks.The kids traipsed through a forest, a meadow and visited a pond. They looked for foxes in an area called Burr Rabbit Run, a tangle of honeysuckle vines and thorny multiflora rose."In one place, kids can walk down to look into tunnels where there's a fox trail at the other end," said Diane Hale, a naturalist who leads hikes and oversees center projects.
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By Loni Ingraham | August 27, 2013
Betsy Lentz has won hundreds of ribbons from the Maryland State Fair and the 63-year-old Pine Valley resident appears energetic enough to win hundreds more as she bounces out of a sunroom chair, brings in a big brown bag and a large cardboard box and dumps her blue, red and white bounty on the coffee table for a visitor. And that's not all of them, said John Donald, the housemate Lentz calls her "soulmate. " He's also her gardening mate. Donald said the 11 days of the state fair is one of he happiest time of year for Lentz, who has been winning ribbons for her flowers, flower arrangements, vegetables, baking and photography since 1985.
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By Andrea Siegel and Andrea Siegel,SUN STAFF | May 21, 2001
Douglas Wayne Holtschneider, founder of Pine Valley Swim & Tennis Club and the now-closed Snyder's Drugs, died Friday of bone cancer at home. The longtime Perry Hall resident was 67. He owned and operated the drugstore in Bowleys Quarters for 20 years before combining his love of tennis with entrepreneurial experience to open the sports facility in Perry Hall in 1977. "He liked trying new things," said a son, Mark Holtschneider of Perry Hall. "His mind was always working -- he was always thinking of something new to do, to add to the club.
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By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF | April 4, 1999
Nearly 100 children gathered yesterday in Manchester for the local park foundation's annual Easter egg and scavenger hunt, turning Pine Valley Nature Center into a playground for youths eager to take part in the springtime tradition.Some youngsters got to the center long before the eggs were hidden in mulch piles and under trees. The early arrivals waited eagerly while the eggs were hidden by members of a local Boy Scout troop.The event was so popular that organizers ran out of eggs for the little ones to find in less than 20 minutes.
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By Gina Davis and Gina Davis,SUN REPORTER | October 1, 2006
Clinging to the pond's squishy edge, the chatty group of second-graders from Manchester Elementary scooped fishnets under the water's surface. They were looking for insects, but anything in the Pine Valley pond was fair game. "This is your chance to get down and dirty," said Sherry Fisher, a naturalist at the Charlotte's Quest Nature Center in Manchester. "But you're not here to invade and destroy. You're here to explore." With that pronouncement, a flurry of cheers erupted from the crowd of nearly two dozen pupils from Shelley Ruhlman's' class.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | May 11, 2004
With milk jugs, nets and high spirits, the fourth-graders in Betty L. Smith's science classes descended upon an outdoor laboratory that is only a short walk from their classroom at Manchester Elementary School. Forest, meadow, bogs, ponds and streams waited to be discovered - along with several miles of trails in the 69 acres that constitute Pine Valley Park and Charlotte's Quest Nature Center. "It's Manchester's Central Park," said Smith, who has served for six years on the board of the nonprofit Manchester Parks Foundation.
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By Andrea Siegel and Andrea Siegel,SUN STAFF | May 21, 2001
Douglas Wayne Holtschneider, founder of Pine Valley Swim & Tennis Club and the now-closed Snyder's Drugs, died Friday of bone cancer at home. The longtime Perry Hall resident was 67. He owned and operated the drugstore in Bowleys Quarters for 20 years before combining his love of tennis with entrepreneurial experience to open the sports facility in Perry Hall in 1977. "He liked trying new things," said a son, Mark Holtschneider of Perry Hall. "His mind was always working -- he was always thinking of something new to do, to add to the club.
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By Pat Brodowski and Pat Brodowski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 23, 2000
DISCOVER THE BEST of Hampstead on Saturday, when businesses and community organizations exhibit their wares at the annual Hampstead Business Expo. The expo will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at North Carroll High School, 1400 Panther Drive, off Hampstead-Mexico Road. The expo is sponsored by Hampstead Business Association. All expo booths have been sold. One can take a minitour of Hampstead with a visit to 75 businesses and nonprofit groups within an hour or two. Families will find useful contacts at the booths of the Boy Scouts, Hampstead Ravens youth football club, and North Carroll Recreation Council, which sponsors sports, horsemanship, dance and theater groups.
NEWS
By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF | April 4, 1999
Nearly 100 children gathered yesterday in Manchester for the local park foundation's annual Easter egg and scavenger hunt, turning Pine Valley Nature Center into a playground for youths eager to take part in the springtime tradition.Some youngsters got to the center long before the eggs were hidden in mulch piles and under trees. The early arrivals waited eagerly while the eggs were hidden by members of a local Boy Scout troop.The event was so popular that organizers ran out of eggs for the little ones to find in less than 20 minutes.
NEWS
By Pat Brodowski and Pat Brodowski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 17, 1997
THIRD-GRADERS at Manchester Elementary School recently took a walk on the wild side at the Manchester Nature Center, where they saw a great horned owl and red-tailed hawks.The kids traipsed through a forest, a meadow and visited a pond. They looked for foxes in an area called Burr Rabbit Run, a tangle of honeysuckle vines and thorny multiflora rose."In one place, kids can walk down to look into tunnels where there's a fox trail at the other end," said Diane Hale, a naturalist who leads hikes and oversees center projects.
BUSINESS
By Edward Gunts | May 24, 1992
The Neighborhood Design Center will hold its 24th annual meeting and awards program June 4 starting at 6 p.m. at the Mount Royal Station Building of the Maryland Institute College of Art, Mount Royal Avenue and Cathedral Street.Prince George's County Executive Parris Glendening will be the keynote speaker. He plans to discuss his urban revitalization initiatives.Design and community leadership awards will be given to architects Nejim Alkhatib and Leo Matanguihan, and to Robert Giloth, executive director of the South East Community Organization.
NEWS
By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | May 11, 2004
With milk jugs, nets and high spirits, the fourth-graders in Betty L. Smith's science classes descended upon an outdoor laboratory that is only a short walk from their classroom at Manchester Elementary School. Forest, meadow, bogs, ponds and streams waited to be discovered - along with several miles of trails in the 69 acres that constitute Pine Valley Park and Charlotte's Quest Nature Center. "It's Manchester's Central Park," said Smith, who has served for six years on the board of the nonprofit Manchester Parks Foundation.
NEWS
April 11, 2000
Police Westminster: A resident of Pine Valley court told police Friday that someone took property from her vehicle. Loss is estimated at $278.58. Westminster: A resident of Wisteria Drive told police Friday that someone shattered the sunroof of her vehicle while it was parked on Woodward Road. Damage is estimated at $400. Westminster: A resident of Pennsylvania Avenue told police Friday that someone broke into his home and took property. Loss is estimated at $100.
SPORTS
By George Taylor and George Taylor,Special to The Evening Sun | August 23, 1991
It's ironic that Baltimore Country Club's Five Farms East, just selected as one of the world's greatest golf courses, has been forced to close until spring, due to deteriorating greens.In the past, Five Farms' famed East course repeatedly was honored with a listing among the leading 100 courses in the world. Now Golf Magazine selectors show Five Farms stands 47th in the U.S. rankings.The top five U.S. courses named were Pine Valley, Cypress Point, Augusta National, Pebble Beach and Merion.
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