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Convalescent center to hold Third Annual Spring Fling Saturday


Maryland Manor Convalescent Center will welcome the community to its Third Annual Spring Fling, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

There will be classic cars, clowns, crafts and entertainment for all ages, including the Victory Gospel Band with the Rev. Jim Thomas and the gospel music of Terry Marsh.

Dogs, cats and maybe even a pig will participate in the pet parade at 10 a.m. This activity, featuring animals from the county's Pets on Wheels program, is a favorite of young and old.

Ten-by-15-foot spaces are still available for artisans to rent for $15. Crafters receive a free continental breakfast.

The center is at 7575 East Howard Road. For information on space rental, call Sherril Rundle, 768-8200.


Eighth-graders Michael Parks and Deborah Anthony were honored last week by the PTA as the Marley Middle School outstanding students at an award ceremony.

Their selection was based on scholastic achievement, school spirit and the recommendations of the faculty.

With a perfect 4.0 grade-point average, Krista Wright received an award for the highest scholastic standing. Krista received straight A's on her report card every term she was at Marley Middle.

A number of eighth-graders were recognized for their outstanding achievement and most notable progress in individual departments.

Art: Melissa McEnaney and Kevin Hennerez, outstanding achievement; Chamelle Patton and Thomas Serra, most progress.

French: Debbie Anthony and Kevin Hennerez, outstanding achievement; Amy Wentker, most progress.

Home Economics: Katie Sloan and Roy Pumphrey, outstanding achievement; Tershia Hervey and George Chasson, most progress.

Instrumental Music: Stephanie Knight and Neal Dyer, outstanding achievement; Michelle Parsons and Kenny Derosset, most progress.

Language Arts: Katie Sloan and Kevin Hennerez, outstanding achievement; Melonie Truslow and Jason Wilson, most progress.

Math: Krista Wright and Brian Kellner, outstanding achievement.

Physical Education: Melissa McEnaney and Michael Sitjar, outstanding achievement; Brandy Ebert and Joe Steiner, most progress.

Science: Krista Wright and Thomas Serra, outstanding achievement; Toni Dixon and Chris Brooks, most progress.

Social Studies: Stephanie Knight and Michael Parks, outstanding achievement; Christy Wharton and Charlie Edge, most progress.

Spanish: Linda Grimm and Thomas Serra, outstanding achievement; Amy Behringer and Brian Shelton, most progress.

Technology Education: Shivanee Padilla and Kenneth Henry, outstanding achievement; Sandra Uebel and Maurice Mitchell, most progress.

Vocal Music: Danielle Saxon and Michael Stein, outstanding achievement; Stephanie Beachy and Raymond Bowman.

Presidential Academic Awards were presented to Heather Bodine, Wendy Iser, Jack Kalmus, Stephanie Knight, Shivanee Padilla, Heather Troll and Krista Wright.

Several school letters and stars were given to students for their service and involvement. Eighth-grader Stephanie Knight was honored with three stars to add to her previously earned school letter. Stephanie earned a record 725 points during her three years at Marley Middle.

Perfect attendance awards were presented to 76 students and 199 students received awards for earning a place on the honor roll.


Anne Arundel Community College was the scene of an awards ceremony Monday night for participants in the student peer tutoring program.

Operating in conjunction with President Clinton's AmeriCorps project for community service, Maryland Students Taking Academic Responsibility for Tomorrow honored 172 student and adult tutors for their contributions.

The honorees from Glen Burnie High School are: LaDane Mosely, Roland Newton, Dana Owens and Troy Talbot.

Tutors from Marley Middle School are: Deborah Anthony, Tiffany Carter, Gregory Formwalt, LaJontae Graves, Kevin Hennerez, Kenneth Henry, Mark Hodski, Jane Horne, Stephanie Knight, Michael Lorah, Melissa McEnaney, Lisa Muffoletto, Michael Parks, Michelle Parsons, Shenel Rodgers and Krista Wright.

David Wetterau was honored for his contributions as an adult volunteer tutor at Corkran Middle School.


June is strawberry time, and Messiah United Methodist Church is celebrating with a festival from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday in the church hall.

In addition to strawberries, the menu includes cake, ice cream, barbecue, hot dogs, chips and beverages. Items can be purchased separately.

The church is at 7401 Furnace Ave. For information, call Virginia Hann, 761-3575.


Graduating fifth-graders are invited to start off the summer at a dance from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Saturday at the Country Club Estates Recreation Association hall on Paul Marr Drive.

Fifth-graders from any school are invited.

Admission is $2.50.

For information, call 761-0317.


The Glen Burnie Chapter of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees will have a luncheon at noon Tuesday at Morrison's Cafeteria, 8028 Ritchie Highway in Pasadena.

Installation of new officers for the 1995-1996 term is scheduled.

Members pay for their own meals. For reservations, call Marie Shay, 437-9832.

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