Wednesday, September 26, 2012
The Reform Temple Inc. holds its second annual service at 1 p.m. Wednesday.
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- Janet Metzner
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Join the Reform Temple Inc. at 1 p.m. for a Yom Kippur Service in the Classic Reform Style. The temple works to create a "meaningful and understandable" message in modern times, said Susan Wolf Dudley, the temple founder who leads the services. The one-hour service will be held in English. Visit the story for more information.
Monday, September 17, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Baltimore County Police Department. In cases where a criminal charge is noted, the information provided does not indicate a conviction.
Three juvenile boys allegedly were caught trying to steal things from a weights room at Pikesville High School. Between 3:30-4:10 p.m. Friday, the boys came into the school at 7621 Labyrinth Rd, found bags in the closed room and stole shoes, a hat and $13 from them. Teens, ages 15 and 14, who owned the items, as well as witnesses, confronted them and chased them. Police arrested the three suspects at the scene and charged them with fourth degree burglary, theft and trespassing. Police did not provide ages for the suspects arrested. They were identified by their guardians. The shoes and hat were returned to their owners, but the cash was not recovered.
Sunday, September 16, 2012
Arrive early at Pikesville High School to get your seat at the 10:30 a.m. service on Monday.
The Reform Temple Inc. is holding its annual Rosh Hashanah service at Pikesville High School on Monday. Celebrate the head of the Jewish New Year during the 10:30 a.m. service. The temple works to create a "meaningful and understandable" message in modern times, said Susan Wolf Dudley, the temple founder who leads the services. The temple meets twice a year at Pikesville High School for the high holidays: Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Last year, nearly 1,000 people attended those services combined, Wolf Dudley said. "It's about classical reform Judaism," said Jill Dudley Cohen, temple treasurer. Both services are in English, and are adapted from the Union Prayer Book, according to the Temple's Facebook page. Dudley Cohen's mother, Wolf …
Friday, May 25, 2012
The young Pikesville boys got off to a good start at the state track meet, sitting fifth in Class 1A after the first day Thursday at Morgan State.
The Pikesville boys are a young track and field team that is growing and improving. They did some more of both on the first day of the state track meet Thursday. The Panthers did well in a few events to finish with 17 points and sit fifth in Class 1A after the opening day at Morgan State. All four classes will come back on Saturday to finish the meet. In Class 1A boys, the Panthers sat in fifth place after the first six events —there are 12 more remaining. Perryville is the leader with 43 points. Pikesville did most of its damage in the relays, finishing second in the 3,200-meters and fifth in the 800. A strong group of underclassmen has done well in recent weeks, and the Pikesville coaches say they are hoping they can grow here. “We’ve …
Monday, May 21, 2012
Eric Weiner, a Silver Spring resident, discusses his latest book that describes his spiritual quest.
Eric Weiner has sought God from a variety of religious views in his new book "Man Seeks God: My Flirtations with the Divine." Weiner is a 1981 Pikesville High School graduate and resident of Silver Spring who grew up attending Chizuk Amuno Congregation, according to an article in Baltimore Jewish Times. Chizuk Amuno is a conservative Jewish congregation located on Stevenson Lane in Pikesville. While Weiner explores Judaism in the book, he's "a self-admitted Confusionist ... who explores Sufism, Tibetan Buddhism, Catholicism, Taoism, Shamanism, Wicca, Raelism and even that old standby of Jewish mystical thought, kabbalah," the article states. Read the entire article on Baltimore Jewish Times' website.
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Millers edge Hereford by one; PIkesville boys take second in JV.
The Milford Mill Academy boys varsity team had a big day at the Baltimore County Track & Field championship meet last Saturday. And the Pikesville JV boys didn’t fare badly either. Milford Mill edged Hereford by one point (69-68) to win the team title. The Millers won four events to hold off the Bulls in the meet at Sparrows Point High. The Pikesville JV finished second in the team competition. The Panthers ended up with 98 points, just short of victorious Hereford and its 102 points. Milford Mill’s varsity was led by Kashief Burton and his victories in the hurdle races. Burton captured the 110-meter hurdles and the 300-meter hurdles. Aleric Coker captured the 800 for Milford Mill, which also got a victory in the 400 relay. The Millers …
Monday, May 7, 2012
Pikesville High School varsity lacrosse fans Casey and Mitchell Parson give an update on the boys team season in a Letter to the Editor.
Following is the letter to the editor submitted by Casey and Mitchell Parson: This year has brought many changes to the Pikesville High varsity lacrosse team. Not only did the team get a new set of coaches after more than ten years, they also had to rebuild following the graduation of most of their starting line-up. Head Coach Jack Rose and assistant Coach Nick Funk spent a significant portion of this season trying to develop the players who came to the team with little to no experience. Controlling the offense this year was returning starter, sophomore, Jory Parson. At this point in the season, Jory has accumulated 28 goals with support from sophomores Jesse Fidel and Zack Miller. The mid-field has a solid group of players with …
Friday, May 4, 2012
Former members of the performance group are set to gather Sunday to reflect on their time at Pikesville and catch up with long time teacher Dr. Richard Disharoon.
Dr. Richard Disharoon wasn’t just a teacher at Pikesville High School; he was an institution. When Pikesville High opened its doors in 1964, Disharoon —or “Doc” as he was known to so many—entered as the school’s first choral music director. For the next 40 years, he taught hundreds of students and opened the eyes of many about how to include music in their lives. Follow Pikesville Patch on Facebook and Twitter. The Pikesville High School concert choir was known and respected throughout the community and many students strived from the time they were in elementary schools for the opportunity to wear one of the group’s famed purple choir robes. As the years passed, it was not unusual for students to follow their older siblings and eventually …
Monday, April 16, 2012
The Baltimore Sun published results from the Pikesville Track Classic held on Saturday.
Pikesville High School won the boys individual pole vault event Saturday during the Pikesville Track Classic, according to a Baltimore Sun report. Overall, the team didn't fare as well, however. Reservoir High School of Fulton won the boys competition, followed by Wilde Lake High School in Columbia, and Mount Hebron High School in Ellicott City the report states. And McDonogh School and Old Mill tied for fourth place. Milford Mill Academy took first in the 400 relay event. For more results from the classic, visit the Baltimore Sun.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Julie Levy was a member of the U.S. women’s U-19 lacrosse team that won the gold medal at the world championships in Japan in 1997.
Pikesville High School alumna Julie Levy is now coaching the first-year girls lacrosse team at Lake Forest High School in Illinois, according to a news report. She was a member of the U.S. women's U-19 lacrosse team that won the gold medal at the world championships in Japan in 1997, according to an article in the Lake Forester. "She worked for more than three years in Illinois as women’s director of Lacrosse America in the late 2000s," it states.