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September 8, 2008
On September 4, 2008, SHELTON F. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 E. North Avenue on Tuesday after 8 am, where the family will receive friends on Wednesday at 11:30 am. Funeral services will follow at 12 noon.
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By MICHAEL SRAGOW and MICHAEL SRAGOW,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | May 23, 2008
Like many a movie lover and even some Hollywood insiders, Ron Shelton, a writer-director of classic sports comedies, found himself going through comedy withdrawal last fall and winter, when the studios left farce off their schedules and stuffed them instead with protest films and message movies. "Shouldn't we be desperate for laughs when it's dark and gloomy?" Shelton asks, over the phone from sunny Ojai, Calif. "Shouldn't we want comedy in the winter? And who ever said that serious movies can't have a sense of humor?"
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By Rona Marech and Rona Marech,Sun reporter | April 16, 2008
When Lisa Shelton had a young child, she couldn't find affordable day care she liked. So she asked her mother to retire to take care of her daughter while she returned to school. Some years later, armed with an undergraduate degree from Villa Julie College and a business degree from the Johns Hopkins University, Shelton set out to create the sort of dream center she would have loved as a young parent. Yesterday, Sandi's Learning Center, a nonprofit organization that offers day care, an after-school program and a summer camp for up to 180 children from 6 weeks to 6 years old, held a grand opening in its new $3 million facility in the Rosemont-Walbrook community.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | April 6, 2008
Bull Durham contains so much pungent dialogue you'd never guess its greatest speech wound up on the cutting-room floor. In the script to the first film written and directed by Ron Shelton, a former second baseman in the Baltimore Orioles' farm system, veteran minor-league catcher Crash Davis (Kevin Costner) asks baseball muse and groupie Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon), "Why baseball?" Annie explains: "If you know where home plate is, then you know where first base is, and second, and everything else - 'cause they're always in the same place in relation to home.
NEWS
March 31, 2008
On March 26, 2008 DIANE beloved daughter of Ethel Williams. She is also survived by three sons Troy Shelton, Tremain and Maurice Johnson, two daughters Trina Johnson and Tanika Malloy; two brothers Edgar and Michael, two sisters Celestine Fenner and Theresa Shelton and other family members and friends. Friends may call WYLIE FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 638 N. Gilmor Street on Monday from 5-8 p.m. Family will receive friends on Tuesday 10:30 a.m. wake and 11 a.m. funeral service, Unity United Methodist Church, 1433 Edmondson Avenue.
SPORTS
By DAN CONNOLLY and DAN CONNOLLY,Sun Reporter | May 6, 2007
When asked, about half of all major league teams will say it's important to get off to a quick start. They, for the most part, are the ones that have gotten off quickly. Ask the rest, and they'll say it's a long season and April is just one of six months in the regular season. So which is it? Is the first month crucial, or just a couple miles in a marathon? It's a little bit of both. Four of the teams that were either winning or tied for the lead in their respective divisions in April 2006 failed to make the playoffs.
NEWS
March 14, 2007
On March 11, 2007, GENEVEVIE V. ZAWORSKI (nee Wroblewski); beloved wife of the late Bernard L. Zaworski, Sr.; devoted mother Bernard L. Zaworski, Jr. and his wife Tennie and the late Elaine Kaniefski; loving grandmother of Bernard L. Zaworski, III, Jamie L. Zaworski, Sabrina C. Shelton, Frank Smith and Wendy Kaniefski; dear great-grandmother of Nathan Shelton; loving sister of Lucille Lusk and Stephanie Pope. Funeral services will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue on Thursday at 10AM.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,sun reporter | August 30, 2006
By the time they could walk, Alison Hankins and Lindsey Puckett were big field hockey fans. On game days at Severna Park, Hankins was always there, dressed identically to the players in a little plaid skirt and blue sweater. Puckett couldn't get enough of Fallston games either, sporting an orange-and-white Cat in the Hat hat almost as big as she was. Neither girl ever doubted that she would grow up to play for her favorite team. Neither did the coaches -- Hankins' grandmother, Lil Shelton, and Puckett's mother, Alice Puckett.
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