Written by Kathleen Truelove
Dave Champney met his wife Libby at a Bar Mitzvah—a setup by her boss/his friend. Married since 1985, the couple lived in Glyndon for 15 years and then moved to Tuxedo Park in Baltimore, where they lived for 14 years.
Without ever leaving Earth, some Broadmead residents took a quick trip around the Solar System last month. The adventure took place aboard the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) or at least with photos and slides from the telescope. In an Open Forum program, Hubble’s magnetic properties attracted a large crowd to Broadmead’s earthbound auditorium. Conducting the journey was Max Mutchler, head of the Research and Instrument Analysis Branch of the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI), located on the campus of Johns Hopkins University.
The Semiquavers, a choral group from Roland Park Country School (RPCS), gave their first concert at Broadmead since 1985 at midday on Friday, December 6. The choral group is directed by Lisa Diver.
By Bob Fetter
Crissy Keemer shared observations from her 20 years’ working in Broadmead’s dining rooms. Recently, Crissy was among the staff members honored for their many years of service.
Much of Sylvia Moore’s professional career was in the fields of mental health and psychiatry. Having obtained an associate’s degree in mental health and substance abuse from Essex Community College in 1977, she began work as a mental health team leader, first at North Charles Hospital and then at Wyman Park Hospital.