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Good things are coming out of Reservoir High School [North Laurel/Savage]

Zachary Darnell is a 2011 graduate of Reservoir High School and is currently a senior at Wesley College in Dover, Delaware. He is a captain of the college’s lacrosse team and was recently named Player of the Week by the Central Athletic Conference. Mar Darnell, Zachary’s proud mom, was happy to share the news with me. Congratulations, Zachary, on this special recognition.

Grace Dellinger is the work study coordinator at Reservoir High School. She is working with a group of students at the school as they develop pre-work skills and they are ready for more tasks. Some of the work they have done in the past includes completion of mailings, labeling, collating, folding brochures, arranging papers alphabetically, putting together folders, hole punching, counting out tickets or other items, shredding documents, preparing goodie bags and wrapping gifts, but the possibilities are endless. You may have a job for these students to do and fortunately, their work is free of charge. Make arrangements with Grace Dellinger by calling 410-888-8850 or by emailing her at Grace_Dellinger@hcpss.org.

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Tickets are still available for the spring musical at Reservoir High School, “The Mystery of Edwin Drood.” Be sure to get your tickets for $12 online at reservoirtheatre.weebly.com Performances will be Thursday, March 22 through Saturday, March 24 at 7 p.m. On Sunday, March 25, a show will be performed at 2 p.m. Actors include Angelo Harrington, Stephanie Joseph, Ben Sutton, Garrett Jacob, Carolina Tomasi, Jordan Hollis, Brooke Miller, Nikhil Patel, Haley Roussin-Lally, Funmi Erinle, Sara Ring, Kevin Le, Olamide Dunni and Brandon Gouin. More than 20 additional actors make up the Citizens of Cloisterham.

The Savage Historical Society is meeting on Monday, March 19, at 7 p.m. at the Faith and Ministry Center at 9032 Baltimore St. in Savage. This month’s topic is “Courtship: As Found in a Savage Letter”. Galen R. Menne, the society’s president will be presenting. If you have questions or would like more information you can call Menne at 301-805-0891 or Helen Rushing, the secretary, at 301-725-1241. Everyone is invited and the presentation is free.

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I wish I were a teenager again because I would attend the new Teen Gardening Series at the Savage Branch. On Saturday, March 24, from 1 to 3 p.m., preteens and teens ages 11 to 17 are invited to the first in the series about gardening. “Vegetable Gardening and Composting” will teach new gardeners about how to establish a vegetable garden and how to sustain it with your own compost. Participants will build their own no-odor compost bucket to take home and start reducing waste and planting vegetables. Registration is not required. The Savage Branch is at 9525 Durness Lane.

Girls, are you thinking about going to prom and hoping for the perfect dress? A Pretty and Polished Affair is for you. This boutique experience will be held at Atholton High School in the cafeteria on Saturday, March 24. From 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. prom attire, shoes and accessories will be available as well as alterations and raffle items. Hair and make – up tips will also be offered and a personal shopper will be there to help you make the perfect decisions. Best of all, the event and the items you choose are free. More information is available by emailing Kathy J. Barrett at zhope@zphiblgz.org or Becca's Closet at beccascloset.ahs@gmail.com.

One of the graduation requirements in Howard County is for students to participate in a job interview simulation, typically held during a student’s junior year. Reservoir High School is seeking interviewers for its World of Work mock interviews to be held on Tuesday, March 27. Morning interviewers will be asked to be available from 7:15 to 11:00 a.m. and afternoon interviewers from 10:45 a.m. to 2:10 p.m. However, whatever amount of time you can help will be appreciated. If you are interested, contact Stephanie Thurmon at 410-888-8860 or by emailing her at stephanie_thurmon@hcpss.org.

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