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Four McArthur teachers make 'Who's Who' for '92 Odenton Elementary students log hundreds of miles in walk-a-thon


Four teachers from MacArthur Middle School have been included in "Who's Who Among America's Teachers 1992," a publication that recognizes the nation's premier teachers.

The instructors are: math teacher Fran Olow; instrumental music teacher Debbie Turner; and seventh-grade social studies teachers Peggy Baldwin and Robert Smith. Former students nominated the teachers for inclusion in the publication.


The Odenton Elementary School faculty, students and families participated in a walk-a-thon on the school grounds. The morning kindergartners walked a total of 52 miles; the afternoon kindergartners, 32.4 miles; the first-graders, 126 miles; the second-graders, 70.4 miles; the third-graders, 116.8 miles; the fourth-graders, 103.4 miles; the fifth-graders, 92.4 miles.


The Odenton Health Association's newly elected officers and Board of Directors began their two-year terms at the group's annual meeting May 12. The new officers are Pat Wellford, president; Vicki Wellford, vice president; Gail Turner, secretary; Mary Richards, treasurer. The board members are James Salyers, Chris Boetker, Gene Wolfe, Chet Allen, Blanche Stevenson, Becky Robey, Judi Nowottnick, Gene Murray, Harry Sinclair, George Murray, Carol MacNemar and Sandy Keeney.

The county's health centers are unique because they're owned and maintained by community health associations. The Odenton Health Association has been in existence since 1949, when the center was built.

Over the years, the center always has received community support.

Some of the center's most faithful supporters include the Odenton Kiwanis Club, Nichols Bethel United Methodist Women's Group, Ruptured Duck Society, Epiphany Episcopal Church Guild and Anne Arundel County Beverage Association.

Many activities take place at this center, including clinics and meetings.

Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Weight Watchers meet there. So do churches and the WIC Program.

Donations are always welcome. They may be sent to the Odenton Health Association, 1370 Odenton Road, Odenton, 21113.


Marie Howe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Howe of Odenton, is completing her second year at Cottey College in Nevada, Mo. She is attending the college on a Dorothy Welsh Hamilton Scholarship, awarded by the PEO Sisterhood of Maryland.

Maryland women interested in information on the Dorothy Welsh Hamilton Scholarship may contact Elizabeth G. Edwards, 307 Second Ave. S.W., Glen Burnie, or call 760-9715.


The Tuesday Republican Breakfast Club of District 4 will meet at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday at Kaufmann's Tavern in Gambrills.

The guest speaker will be County Council Chairman David G. Boschert, D-Odenton.

For more information, call Wes Saunders at 923- 6729.


The Piney Orchard Ice Arena is sponsoring a developmental hockey clinic aimed at beginners through players with less two years of experience.

The eight-week clinic begins June 10, with players age 5 to 11 meeting at 6:10 p.m. and those 12 to 17 meeting at 7:25 p.m.

A typical session will include skating instruction and work on stick and puck skills.

The $85 registration fee includes the instruction and jerseys.

Advance registration is required.

For more information, call the arena from 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays at 672-7061.


Jan Thompson, of the Southern Maryland Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation, will coordinate a program from 11 to 11:45 a.m. Tuesday at the O'Malley Senior Center, 1275 Odenton Road Thompson will introduce a collection of self-help devices that can be useful to those struggling with arthritis. She also will provide information on arthritis and diets.

There is no fee for this informative and innovative program, but registration is required.

Call 222-6227 or 621-9515 for information.

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