Arrive early to see Glenelg High School Jazz Ensemble
By Tracy Trobridge
Howard County Times|
Jan 24, 2019 | 12:00 PM
The Glenelg High School Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Christopher Winters, will be performing a concert at the Gary J. Arthur Glenwood Community Center at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 30. Tickets to the concert are free, but there will be limited seating due to the size of the rooms at the Community Center. If you want to enjoy the concert by this award winning Jazz Ensemble, you will need to arrive early to claim a seat.
The Glenelg High School Bag-a-Palooza Bingo will be Friday, Jan. 25 at the school. If the schools are closed because of snow, the event will be held Friday, Feb. 8. On either night, the doors will open at 6 p.m. and bingo play will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance, or $20 at the door. You can buy your tickets at the school or on the website at glenelgptsa.org. Don’t wait too long to get your tickets since there will be a limited number sold. The price includes 20 games of bingo and door prizes.
Winners will receive purses, backpacks and other bags, as well as gift cards and prizes provided by local businesses. All of the funds will be used by the Parent Teacher Student Association to make the after-prom party successful. Cynthia Scourtis and Sarala Katta, the bingo committee chairs for the PTSA will answer your questions if you send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Help keep the students safe after prom while you have fun playing bingo.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Glenwood will be having its community dinner on Thursday, Jan. 24, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. This month, the dinner will consist of beef brisket with sides, drinks and desserts. The cost will be $10 per person, with a cap of $35 for a family of four. Proceeds will benefit the J2A Youth Group to help pay for the pilgrimage it will be taking this summer. Join this friendly group of neighbors for a delicious dinner and help out a good cause.
Congratulations to Glenelg High School students Allison Abruscato and Morgan Ruddo for their winning entries in the Parent Teacher Association Reflections program. Allison’s photograph won first place at the county level and will move on to be judged against other entries from around the state. Morgan’s photograph won second place at the county level and will also be judged at the state level.
The National Reflections program is designed to encourage students to express themselves through art. Students were asked to create a work of art reflecting this year’s theme of “Heroes Around Me” in one of six categories: dance choreography, film production, literature, musical composition, photography and visual arts. The entries were judged against others from Howard County schools and the best were sent to the state level.
Two Folly Quarter Middle School students have also won awards at the county level in the Reflections program and will now be competing at the state level. Congratulations to Eleanor Spencer for her third place in dance choreography and Sebastien Spencer for placing second in the literature category.