Boy Scouts area council looking for past Eagles
The Baltimore area's Boy Scouts of America council is searching for quite a few good men -- those who attained the Boy Scouts' highest rank as Eagles, and are now older than 25 -- in connection with a celebration of Scouting's 90th anniversary and its theme emphasizing leadership in the 21st century.
Adult Eagles not active in Scouting are asked to call 410-GO-SCOUT and leave their name, address, telephone number and year of Eagle award; or file electronically at the Web site www.geo cities.com/Heartland/Creek/ 2186/Eagle.htm.
Many of the Eagles will be invited to a reception at 4: 30 p.m. Nov. 11 at the Naval Academy. The reception will begin a yearlong celebration of the anniversary.
The Baltimore council reported locating about 400 veteran Eagle Scouts since the search began in September.
YWCA picks board members and officers for 1999-2000
The YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County has elected board members and officers for 1999-2000.
Patty McManus, investment representative with Tucker Anthony, will continue as board president, and Ellen Bowman, an engineer analyst for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., was elected vice president of program planning.
Beth Peters, vice president for development at North Arundel Health Services, will serve a second term as YWCA vice president of financial development. Joyce Phillip, vice president of human resources at Anne Arundel Medical Center, will continue as vice president of personnel.
Susan Nolte, a Realtor with Prudential Preferred Properties, was elected vice president of communications. Stephanie Yancy, senior vice president and regional director of AllFirst, will be secretary, and Trudy Linenberger, vice president of administrative services for Forensic Technologies International Corp., will serve a second term as treasurer.
Ann Dorsey, a foster care/adoption recruiter for the county Department of Social Services, was elected to head the membership and volunteer development committee, and Penny Hopkins, management/employee liaison of Admiral Cleaners, was elected to a second term as head of the public relations committee.
YWCA board members elected to a first or second three-year term include: Ellen Bowman, Barbara Burns, Mary Carkhuff, Donna Chambers, Shirley Craft, Penny Hopkins, Trudy Linenberger, Susan Nolte, Carolyn O'Leary, Beth Peters and Virginia Thomas.
Other continuing board members include Margurite Askew, Alma Cropper, Molly Green, Patricia Lehman, Ann Ryder, Nancy Sabold, Anne Schellie, Sandra Porterfield, Jerrilyn Spiegl, Leslie Tilghman and Mary M. Williams.
Chesapeake Treasures sets weeklong Election Day sale
The Chesapeake Treasures Resale Shop in Severna Park will hold a weeklong Election Day sale of selected clothing items at half price, beginning on Tuesday.
Proceeds of sales there -- including the Entertainment Book 2000, available for $35 -- will benefit Hospice of the Chesapeake.
Chesapeake Treasures is open 10: 30 to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and until 7 p.m. Thursdays, at 558-D Park Plaza. Information: 410-384-9260.
NAACP branch schedules Freedom Fund Banquet
The Anne Arundel County branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will hold its Freedom Fund Banquet on Nov. 12 at La Fontaine Bleu in Glen Burnie, honoring educators.
With the theme "NAACP's 55 Years of Making Democracy Work -- Preparing for the New Millennium," the event will recognize several educators for dedication, loyalty and commitment to youth.
Gerald Stansbury, local NAACP president, will present awards for humanitarian efforts, youth leadership and business person of the year, as well as the chapter's President's Award and the Freedom Fund Award.
Banquet tickets are $35. Information: 410-551-3482 or 410- 544-0786.