Briefs
St. Luke School effort supports troops
Tuesday, 25 November 2014 13:36

A group of Our Lady of Hope/St. Luke School students collected items for U.S. military personnel serving overseas as part of their fall service project. Angels Supporting Your Troops collected and distributed their contributions. Pictured (from left) are Mason Wakefield, Connor Campbell, Johanna Bruning, Brooklyn Illyefalvi, Ryan Zickefoose and Elisabeth Suarez. 

 
Local art teacher featured in exhibition
Tuesday, 25 November 2014 13:26

The artwork of General John Stricker Middle School art teacher Caitlin Wilson (right, with county schools visual art supervisor Linda Wilson), was featured in the “Interdependence: Women of All Ages” art exhibition at Towson Arts Collective. The exhibit was on display through last Friday.

 
ROLL CALL
Tuesday, 25 November 2014 13:24

Curnutte completes Navy basic training

    Ross L. Curnutte completed Basic Training in the U.S. Navy at Great Lakes Naval Station in Chicago. He is currently stationed in Pensacola, Fla. Curnutte is the son of Cindy Barr of Sparrows Point  and is a 2011 graduate of Sparrows Point High School

 
Bosserman finishes Eagle Scout project
Tuesday, 25 November 2014 13:16

Zane Bosserman of Boy Scout Troop 427 (pictured third from right) completed his Eagle Scout project over three weekends in August and September. With assistance from fellow Scouts of Troop 427 and donations from Precision Concrete and Maryland Portable Concrete, Bosserman built two handicapped parking docks for four vehicles at Wells-McComas VFW Post 2678. His great-grandfather was a member of the post. Bosserman is a senior at Sparrows Point High School and attends afternoon classes at CCBC Dundalk. Pictured with Bosserman, are (from left) Brenden Schoeberlein, Johnny Roberts, Jeremiah Sikorski and Bob Benjamin.

 
Dundalk Middle School students make pinwheels to promote peace
Tuesday, 25 November 2014 13:08

Art students at Dundalk Middle School celebrated World Peace Day recently by placing pinwheels that they made on the school lawn. World Peace Day was established to promote peace and serenity between nations. Posing with the pinwheels are students Ryan Davis (left) and Andre Thomas.  


 
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