The Imaginations majorette group will have open registration from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 27, March 6 and 13 at Arundel Junior High School. Ages 4 and older can register for majorette and pompon; ages 7 and up can register for color guard and drum corps. No experience is necessary.
Registration fee is $15 and includes basic equipment. A weekly fee of $3 is charged. For more information, call 621-9045 or 674-5644.
Volunteers are needed for the health room at Arundel Senior High. The hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you are interested in volunteering one day a week, every two weeks or once a month, call 674-6500, Ext. 230.
The film "Terms of Surrender" will be shown at 6:30 p.m. March 3 at the Faith Community Church.
This compelling motion picture is based on a true-life novel: A father's vision for his son's future that clashes with the son's longings; caught in the firestorm, a broken-hearted hope-filled mother; and an angry brother caught in a spider's web of sin and rebellion.
When competing dreams threaten to fracture a family, who will survive?
The Faith Community Church is located on Route 3 North at Waugh Chapel Road in Gambrills. For more information, call Pastor Ed Regensburg at 672-3698.
The West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce is having its 29th annual Installation Dinner and Legislative Reception at 6:30 p.m. March 9 at the Fort Meade Officers' Club.
The program for the evening will consist of a reception for federal, state and local legislators and installation of the chamber's newly elected board of directors.
Five members were elected to the board of directors when ballots were cast in January. Mark Anderson was re-elected; joining him for three-year terms are Betty Evans, Pappu Khera,Donna Salisbury and Jim Thomas.
The guest speaker will be Ron Smith of WBAL-AM Radio; music will be performed by members of the Chesapeake Youth Symphony Orchestra. This event is being sponsored by C & P Telephone.
Reservations are required by March 6; the cost is $30 per person. For more information, call the chamber at 672-3422.
The Fort Meade Retired Officers' Wives' Club is accepting reservations for a matinee at the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theatre of "The Heide Chronicles," Wendy Wassersteins's hit comedy, winner of the Tony Award for best play, the Pulitzer Prize for drama, the New York Drama Critics Circle Award and more.
This long-running hit chronicles the life and loves of Heide Holland, a child of the 1960s and woman of the '80s whose wins and losses over the years mirror our own lives.
The cost is $38 for orchestra seat and transportation, with buses leaving at 11 a.m. from the Fort Meade Officers' Club. For reservations, call Betty Juba at 721-2494 or Helen McCormick at 721-1736.
Century 21 Moss Realty (1536 Annapolis Road in Odenton), in cooperation with the Association of the United States Army, is accepting donations of baby furniture, clothing and the like to help assist families whose spouses are participating in Operation Desert Storm. It is estimated that there are approximately 100 newborns and expectant mothers in the Fort Meade area with a parent or spouse in the gulf, according to AUSA'S Jimmy Dalton.
If you are able to help, please contact Alex Beckman at 551-9383 or 621-9588.
The March birthday party at the O'Malley Senior Center will begin at 11 a.m. March 26 with an Easter parade of fashions modeled by volunteers of the Discovery Shop, Severna Park's most popular used-clothing retail store.
During lunch, music will be provided by the U.S. Navel Academy Wind Quintet. Luncheon reservations are required by March 12. For more information, call the center at 222-6227 or 621-9515.
The children at Odenton Elementary School probably know a little more about the dangers of drugs thanks to the Odenton Kiwanis Club. The "Know To Say No" anti-drug rally Feb. 21 featured the children singing songs, talking to a nurse and a test pilot, and being entertained by String Beanthe Clown.
The Kiwanis Club sponsors these rallies for elementary schools in the area because of their continuous concern for children and the well-being of the community.
The next schedule rally will be March 7 at Four Seasons Elementary.
Our Lady of Peace Catholic Community, in conjunction with Archbishop Keough Council, Knights of Columbus, will sponsor a Living Rosary for peace in the Middle East at 8 p.m. March 7. The setting will be the Argonne Hills ChapelCenter on Rockenbach Avenue, Fort Meade.
Although this project is under Catholic sponsorship, an invitation is extended to all Christians regardless of their religious persuasion. This sacramental is a beautiful ceremony with everyone in attendance responding to the prayers of a huge rosary held in the hands of 60 people.
The solemn devotion begins in a dimly lighted atmosphere, following brief preliminary remarks by the Army and council chaplains, as well as the Grand Knight of Keough Council.
Then the director of the Rosary proceeds with appropriate prayers, stopping before each person holding a bead and lighting a small blue bulb -- the hue signifying the color of the Virgin Mary.
This procedure is continued until the end, when the entire rosary is lighted.
MacArthur Middle School had an awards ceremony Feb. 19 for winners of the annual Science Fair.
Each project was evaluated by three judges, including an educator and a scientist or person with a science background.
Entries for the semifinals and finals were judged six times each. Volunteer judges included educators from local area schools including Anne Arundel Community College and engineers from Westinghouse, plus environmentalists and scientists from Maryland Environmental Services, the Department of Natural Resources and the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center. Also helping out were active duty military and civilians from Fort Meade.
The seventh-grade winners in the Microbiology/Zoology/Botany category were: First place, Lauren Miller; second place, Bonnie Robertson; third place George Fewster.
Eighth-grade winners were: First place, Darbi Reese; second place, Danielle Kosiorek; third place Jennifer Robles.
Seventh-grade winners in the Earth Space/Environmental/Behavioral/Social Science category were: First place, Heather Teitelbaum; second place, Adam Booker; third place, William Adams.
Eighth-grade winners were: First place, David Jones; second place, Brandy Grifies; third place, Gina Tibbals.
Seventh-graders in the Biochemistry/Chemistry/Medicine/Health category were: First place, Hans Guerin; secondplace, Katie McCarthy; third place, Sheana Anderson.
Eighth-grade winners were: First place, Andrei Bulawka; second place, Doug Cress;third place, Lisa Becker.
Seventh-graders in the Engineering/Physics/Math category were: First place, Wendy Altschuler; second place, Sean Nickoli; third place, Mark Goss.
Eighth-grade winners were: First place, Joshua Knapp; second place, Chris Aldridge; third place, Lee Alexis.
The school's PTSO purchased the plaques, ribbons and refreshments for the awards reception.