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Spaghetti and meatballs in support of youth ministries [Highland/Fulton]

Come one, come all to the Italian Dinner on Sunday, March 11, from 12:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the St. Louis Catholic School cafeteria. Continuing a tradition that spans nearly four decades, the Youth Ministry of St. Louis Catholic Church invites the community to come together to enjoy spaghetti with homemade meatballs or lasagna. The dinners come with a beverage of choice (coffee, tea, soft drinks), salad, garlic bread and, of course, homemade desserts. Take-away dinners options are also available. Come early to avoid the dinner rush between 4 and 6 p.m. Tickets cost $10/adult, $5/children (10 & under), $13/lasagna, $16/combo spaghetti/lasagna & $40/Immediate family of six with all proceeds from dinner supporting Youth Ministry activities. For more information, call the church ministry at 410-531-6668.

The Lime Kiln Middle School Lime Lighter students, those who have demonstrated their ability to “ROAR” - responsible, respectful, and academically focused,, for the week ending Feb. 8 were: Akash Dada, Samantha Swirsky, Davide Nicorescu-Adams, Bella Pereira, Jacobi Jones, Kathleen Maiorana, Harjas Aneja, Justin Gutierrez, Bella Seo and Nicholas Ryu.

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Two other LKMS students were announced as Howard County winners of the Young Author’s award for their grade-level format of writing. Their works now advance to the state level. They are: Ellie Hasegawa, winner for seventh grade short story “A Soldier’s Paradox” and Kimberly Noelle Gordon, winner for eighth grade poetry “Wanderlust.” Congratulations and good luck at state!

Several Reservoir High School students had their work displayed at the Columbia Art Center as part of an exhibit titled “Developing Understanding: The Photographer’s Eye.” They were Haley Griffith, Claire O'Shaughnessey, Rubama Patwary, Blanca Ventura, Meah Konstanzer and Savannah Onyenorah.

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It’s that time of the year when the local scouts- — Boys, Girls, Cubs and Venturing Crew members -- will be distributing bags for the Scouting for Food drive. Look for the bags to show up during the weekend of March 3. They are looking for canned goods, dry goods, mixes, etc. Please make sure that none of the items are past its “sell-by” or “use-by” date. Fill the bag (please use your own if for some reason you are missed during the distribution) and place the bag near your mailbox on the morning of March 10. The Scouts will start collecting them at 8 a.m. Your donations will be collected and distributed to one of the 25 food pantries in Howard County. If your donation is not picked up, please email scoutingforfoodnpd@verizon.net and we will gladly come get it. Sori Meredith, the Scouting for Food volunteer chairperson, thanks you for your generosity.

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