Community group to discuss next fest


THE SAVAGE FEST is now a memory. It was a perfect summer day: good food, music, lighthearted games and pony rides.

It's still too early to tell how much the Savage Community Association has earned from last week's fund-raiser, but the indicators look good.

Best of all, the event was a pleasure for everyone.

Special thanks to Myra Phelps who has the reputation of being such an efficient coordinator that she gets dragooned into service for the Savage Fest each year.

Due to her preparations -- and her graciousness -- everything ran smoothly.

In the early morning of the fair, as the vendors were busy setting up, Phelps rode around the booths in a green pedal car made of 55-gallon plastic drums.

She looked like she was having a ball.

The post-festival meeting of the Savage Community Association will entertain suggestions for next year's event, especially the use of volunteers. Watch this space for more news.

To the dogs

Savage Library is going to the dogs! The K-9 Corps, to be exact.

Officer Frank Keheo and his canine partner, Corado, will explain the unique capabilities of this interspecies team to anyone over 3 years old at 10: 30 a.m. June 17 at the Savage Library.

No registration required.

For older children, the library will present the Magic of Plastic jTC Modeling, with Timothy Lingle, at 10: 30 a.m. June 27.

Registration, which opens at 1 p.m. June 18, is required and a parent must attend the first half-hour of the program.

For details or directions, call the library at 410-880-5978.

Jaycees elect officers

The Howard County Junior Chamber of Commerce has announced its new officers and directors for 1998-1999.

Congratulations to new officers Chris Campedelli, Dave Sloper, Lynn Michaels, Joe Wathen, Jon Cohen and Molly Gardner.

Congratulations, too, to new directors Jill Gortz, Kevin Gartz, Bernie Michaels and Missy Smith.

Friends of camp

The Friends of Camp Ilchester will hold their next annual meeting at 7 p.m. June 18 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Fulton.

For details, call the president, Monica Suchoski, at 410-381-0335.

Hammond seniors help out

All of the Hammond graduates deserve our applause, but a special thanks is due to the seniors who assisted at the graduation ceremonies.

Kimberly Keefe welcomed students and guests.

Amy Greenstein and Jaymi Kim introduced the guests.

Jennifer Crooks addressed assembled classmates.

Emily Bon Giorni introduced the guest speaker, Charles Bragg, a mathematics instructor at Long Reach High School.

Seth Blinder and Sheila Agustini shared recollections with their classmates.

Congratulations to all!

Middle-schoolers honored

Patuxent Valley Middle School held its first recognition award ceremony to honor students who excelled this year.

Honored were Eric Bath, Rashida Bridgeman, Evelyn Lewis, Laticia Ray, Christopher Stephenson, Renee Thorne, Anita Tinsman and Justin Whitehead, who were awarded certificates of outstanding achievement by their Related Arts teachers.

Band students Stacy Spaulding and Jason Oxenrider were similarly honored, as were mathematics students La Shaun Belton, Charles Vorsteg, Eric Bath, Kendra Graham and Jessica Chesbro. Belton was also awarded a certificate for her work in the Type III program.

Honored for their accomplishments in science were Lauren Wethers, Michael Sandler, Jasmine Hannah, Sarah Fixen, Stasha Ofori-Amanfo and Justin Lederman.

Honored for their mastery of a foreign language were Nisha Patel, Christopher Stephenson and Kathleen Langan.

And honored for their work in social studies were Benjamin Reisz, Charles Vorsteg, Meagan Myers and Casey Gunther.

Robert Simms, Heather Martone, Katherine Schemm, Shannon Burton and Rebekah Keyser were honored for assisting the guidance department.

Evelyn Lewis was honored for her work in news production.

In reading, Russell Davis, Rebekah Keyser, Jason Morstein and Ronald Landin earned a certificate, as did Meagan Myers, Leslie Shields, Ronald Landin, Melissa Lemonds and Colleen Tucci in English.

Earning the principal's awards for straight A's were students Elizabeth Braganza, Stacy Spaulding and Katherine Wright.

Honored for perfect attendance were Emily Barlow, Leanne Kuhn and Chantel Wilkes.

Please, be careful

Our children have just been released from school, and the freedom of summer has begun.

Let's all be careful on the roads. Watch especially for novice bikers, skateboarders, ballplayers and runners.

Pub Date: 6/12/98

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