KI cheer team wins third straight title
CENTREVILLE — There will be a documentary shown and a discussion in April on racial disparity in the criminal justice system to be held at the Centreville branch of the Queen Anne’s County Library.
The screening of the documentary “13th” will take place at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25, while a discussion will be led by Dr. Rachel Durso, a professor at Washington College, at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26.
For further information call 410-7850-980 or go to andrea@ qaclibrar y.org.
CENTREVILLE — The Centreville Branch of the Queen Anne’s County Library system will be holding a DIY spring-wreath making class at the Library on Wednesday, April 12, at 5:30 p.m., and again on Monday, April 24, at 2:30 p.m.
You must register at least two weeks in advance to take this class. You can register online at qaclibrary.org.
All materials will be provided by the Library. You can register now or by Wednesday, March 29, and Monday, April 10.
CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Library in Centreville will hold its fifth annual Pet-A Palooza on Sunday, May 21, running from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Vendors will be needed for this annual event. We would like vendors of all types to sell food, goods and services. There will be a $10 vendor’s fee and all proceeds will go to the rescue groups.
You must bring your own table, and to sign up you can fill out the form on the Library’s website (just follow the link here) and bring your $10 to the Library. The Library website is www.qaclibrary.org/petapalooza.
STEVENSVILLE — On Thursday, Feb. 16, the Kent Island High School Varsity cheer team took its third state title against more than 40 1a/2a teams in Maryland. Kent Island won its first state title during the winter of 2016, its second in the fall season of 2016, and just landed its third consecutive title for the winter season of 2017.
The cheer team competed against the following top eight 1a/2a teams in the state of Maryland: Patterson Mill, Westlake, Eastern Tech, Marriotts Ridge, McDonough, Winter Mill and Francis Scott Key.
The team is scored in stunting, pyramids, basket tosses, jumps, tumbling, cheer and dance. Out of a total possible score of 130, Kent Island rang in its state title with a score of 120.24. Patterson Mill came in second place with a score of 116.34. In the 3a/4a division, Chesapeake High School took first place with Bel Air coming in second.
Their routine can be viewed on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=uAoI2K_pY6A.
The varsity team is made up of 21 athletes. The team is led by senior captains Demi Callas, Carter Wilkerson and Madison Kelley. The other members that make up the team are as follows: seniors Lizzy Hayden, Madison McNeil and Tori Wagner; juniors Holly Schultz, Mallory Smelgus, Summer Alexander, Ali Madigan, Savannah Long and Kyleigh Meehan; sophomores Claudia Schultz, Anna Wong, Jordan McGovern, Skylar Brazell and Julia Meyers; and freshmen Maggie Groff, Ashleigh Martin, Sydney Leonardi, and Emma Trinkley.
The varsity cheer team at Kent Island High School gathers with Coaches Meghan Arboleda, Laura Schroyer and Molly Hustead after winning its third consecutive title.
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