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Triadelphia Lake cleaner, thanks to volunteers [Fulton/Highland]

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Every year, Ann and George Mech organize a cleanup day for the Howard County side of Triadelphia Lake watershed, walkways and roadways.

Volunteers from the Kalmia Farm community meet at a predetermined rendezvous and fan out, gathering the litter that finds its way to the water's edges and environs. This year, the group met on April 12, a fine spring day.

Participants were Jay Chiorini, Valerie Conn and twins Reece and Russell, aged 10, Martha Gittings, Peter Heimlicher, Patty Iammatteo, Randal Koster and Ann and George Mech.

At day's end, they gathered up 10 large bags of trash plus an 8-foot post. The water level was too high to retrieve an old tire. You all did a fantastic job. Well done.

The Lime Kiln Middle School students of the week for the week ending April 4 are Rohan Uttamsingh, Gabrielle Moomaw, Alyk Moomaw, Elena Martino, Jay Clute, Claire Cohen and Roshani Patel. Congratulations.

At the annual History Day County Competition that took place on March 15 at Reservoir High School, Lime Kiln was represented by the following 8th grade G/T social studies students: Erin Jackson, historical paper; Jack Morris, Individual web site; Hannah Goldstein, Individual documentary; Chris Phung and Benji Albert, Group website; Alyk Moomaw, Danielle Mortensen and Angela Wei, Group Documentary; Ryan Moy and Tyler Perlstein, Group Documentary; Catherine Du, Irene Chen and Pauline Comising, Group web site; and Sarah Bridges and Emily Dwyer, Group Exhibit.

The first and second place entries will advance to the state competition at UMBC on May 3. Those students that were selected to advance are: Chris Phung and Benji Albert, Protection Against Terrorism in Relation to Civilian Privacy, second place (Junior Group Web Pages); Sarah Bridges and Emily Dwyer, A Struggle to be Heard, Deaf Rights in America, second place (Junior Group Exhibit); and Alyk Moomaw, Danielle Mortensen and Angela Wei, The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire: An Everlasting Legacy, second place (Junior Group Documentary).

Congratulations to all of these fine students for their hard work and dedication. Hats off to their instructors, Gary McMullin, the eighth grade Social Studies and Team Leader, and to Tracy Spillman, the G/T Resource Teacher, for their leadership and commitment to the education of our children.

The Fulton Elementary School second grade Exceptional Readers are Michele Mason, Caleb Souder, Caitlin Bossle, Ryan Stevenson, Anthony Mydlarz, Erin Bilger and Manan Zaveri. Congratulations. Keep up the great work.

Over at Reservoir High School, the Swim Club had a fair showing at the County High School Swim Championships. Jack Saunderson came in first place in the 50M Fly and third in the 100M Backstroke. Ryan Webb came in second place in the 200M Freestyle and third place in the 100M Fly. The men's 200M Freestyle Relay team of Taj Ingram, Jack Saunderson, Ryan Webb and Stephen Sims took third place.

Congratulations to you and to the team for an outstanding performance. In addition to Jack, Ryan, Taj and Stephen, the other participating club members were Amanda O'Shaughnessy, Jake Carson, Drew Rutten, Stefan Novacic and Eric Scholz. And kudos to Margaret Brothman for serving as the swim club sponsor.

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