Youth Calendar March 21

March 18, 2000


Opening this week

"Here on Earth" (PG-13) - In the summer between high school and college, a wealthy prep student and a small-town girl fall in love for the first time. When the girl discovers she is terminally ill, the boy must make a choice between his heart and the future his father wants for him. Leelee Sobieski and Chris Klein play the star-crossed lovers.


Trooper Camp

Washington County youths ages 12 to 15 are invited to a two-day camp sponsored by Western Maryland Troopers Association and conducted by Maryland State Police Thursday, July 27, and Friday, July 28, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. The camp will be at Maryland State Police barracks on Sharpsburg Pike.

Topics will include traffic law, criminal law, drug law enforcement, canine division, aviation division and traffic safety.

A $25 donation per student is requested. For information or to request an application, call Western Maryland Troopers Association at 301-733-8003.


Miss Teen All American

Thursday, Aug. 3, to Sunday, Aug. 6

Miami Airport Hilton & Marina

Miami, Fla.

Application deadline is Friday, March 31.

A limited number of contestants are being accepted to represent their cities and states in the 2000 Miss Teen All American National Finals.

Young women who qualify must be ages 13 to 19 as of Tuesday, Aug. 1, never married and a legal resident of the United States, its possessions or Canada.

Contestants are judged in evening gown, swimsuit and personal interview. There is no talent competition, and no previous experience is necessary. All contestants at the national pageant will be interviewed by representatives from the television and film industry and modeling agency personnel. The winner will receive $5,000, a personal appearance contract, designer clothing and more.

To apply, send a recent photo, name, address, telephone number, date of birth and a short biography to Dept. B - Miss Teen All American, 603 Schrader Ave., Wheeling, W.Va. 26003-9619, or fax your information to 1-304-242-8341.

For information, call 1-304-242-4900 or send e-mail to

- Compiled by Jean Baraclough, editorial assistant

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