KI cheer team wins third straight ti­tle

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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.

Meet Pump­kin Pie, a cat that’s just as sweet as his name. Don’t let his size fool you, Pump­kin Pie will amaze you with how nim­ble he is. This 6-year-old, orange and white boy would prefer to be your only cat, but would do well in a house with dogs and chil­dren. Meet Pump­kin Pie any­time 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.Tues­day through Sun­day at the An­i­mal Wel­fare League. For more in­for­ma­tion, call 410-827-7178 or email adopt@awlqac.org.

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