WANT A great way to spend an evening? Try "Getting Away With Murder."
The Arundel High School drama club offers this mystery as its winter play at 7: 30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday in the school auditorium.
The play is directed by Larry Mintline, the Thespian Club's faculty sponsor. Cast members are Richard Callahan, Laura Crispin, Nicole Freeland, Clint Garner, David Jackson, Shannon Masabni, Bradley Moore, Joshua Orte, Eric Tesch, Dean VerStraten, Joanna Woronkowicz, Amy Anderson, John Houchens, Heidi Krause, Adam Lehman and Daniel Parmentier.
Tickets are $5 in advance, $7 at the door. Contact cast, crew, Thespian Club members or Mintline at 410-674-6500 Ext. 210.
The Men's Breakfast Group of Prince of Peace Presbyterian Church in Crofton will meet at 8 a.m. Saturday at the Dough Roller on Route 3.
Moe Hill, a member of the church, will explain a new recycling process that converts recycled tires and plastic into thermoplastic elastomer, a material that can be molded into anti-fatigue mats for industry, pipe, agricultural buckets and feeders, waste baskets, pails and backing for carpet.
Hill, 72 and in his fourth career, is president of Cardinal Polymer, which is involved in a joint venture with Tyreplex Inc., a Delaware firm, in producing and marketing the product.
In each of his careers, Hill has been involved in energy-related businesses. He retired in April 1995 as president of Tri-Gen Energy, a Baltimore company with miles of underground pipes that provide steam heat and air conditioning to downtown buildings.
On Saturday, he will discuss the importance of wise stewardship of our energy resources through conservation and recycling.
Junior high dance
The Parish Center at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Crofton will be rocking from 7: 30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday as the Youth Ministry Program sponsors a junior high dance. Youth in seventh and eighth grades are welcome.
Chaperones and kitchen help are needed. For tickets ($5) or to volunteer: Jack O'Malley at 410-721-5775.
Pub Date: 2/09/99