Monday, April 21, 2014 3:24 AM
Published on: Wednesday, March 16, 2011
By Mary McHale
Suitland High seeking alumni for 50th reunion
The anniversary committee is trying to get in touch with former classmates to get their names and addresses. If you or someone you know is from the historic Class of ’61, contact Carolyn Greenwood at firstname.lastname@example.org or Anne Waple at email@example.com.
Morningside and Skyline High School students attended Suitland High School back in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Mel Franklin invites you
He and his staff welcome the opportunity to talk about the county’s agenda and to hear from you about such issues as smarter development in South County and better access to recreation. Representatives from Park and Planning will be present.
Anthony DeGennaro, who graduated from St. Philip’s School in 2003, has been awarded the Wu Fellowship for his doctorate studies at Princeton University, with a major in aerospace engineering and a second major dealing with military drones in the air and ocean. He is the son of Luigi and Valerie DeGennaro of Lake Ridge, Va.
Lynda Bohannon, of Upper Marlboro, received the Manifesting the Kingdom award from Cardinal Donald Wuerl in January. The award is given to men and women who “demonstrate the presence of Jesus in their lives and have participated in exceptional service to the Church.” She has been a tireless worker at St. Philip’s Church for years.
Stan Holmes, president of the Skyline Citizens Association, recently flew home from Colorado, with only his “two princesses,” granddaughters ages six months and five years of age. Pretty brave, I think!
Sister Zion, of Pine Lane in Skyline, has returned from a three-month visit to her native country, Eritrea, located in the Horn of Africa.
I’m enjoying a visit from my son Mike and his wife Sandy who flew in from El Paso, Texas.
Tavern dinner at Darnall’s Chance
Enjoy cider and ale. Following dinner, listen to Ship’s Company sing sea shanties and tavern songs of the period. Capacity is limited; reservations and payment are required in advance. Fees are $35 for residents and $42 for non-residents. Call 301-952-8010 for information and reservations.
Hat & Tea Social
At the Show Place Arena
Chevys Fresh Mex opened last week in the Brandywine Crossing shopping center, at 15914 Crain Highway. We lunched there on its second day in business, and appreciated the good food and the great service.
Borders Group has filed for bankruptcy, and is closing 200 of its stores nationwide, including both Borders Book Stores in Prince George’s County located in Bowie and Largo. A tremendous disappointment! Fortunately, however, the Borders in Charles County has been spared.
A stadium, featuring the Washington Kastles tennis team, will be built on the site of the former Hogates restaurant on the southwest waterfront. When we moved here in 1958, the old Hogates was our favorite eatery.
May they rest in peace
Marion Lackey Camp, 91, longtime resident of Camp Springs, died Feb. 18 in Mitchellville. She was born in Atlanta. Her husband, Army Lt. Col. John H. Camp, predeceased her. She was the mother of Marion C. Bagaglio, Charles Camp and the late Capt. John H. Camp Jr.; sister of Barbara Ginn and Donald Lackey; grandmother of four, great-grandmother of six. Memorial Mass was offered at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Temple Hills, with burial in the church cemetery.
Happy anniversary to Morrine and Harold Wilson on March 22, and to my daughter Kathleen and Jim Shearer, their silver anniversary on March 22.