PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (April 21, 2010)—Maryland State Delegate Sue Kullen (D-Calvert County) will serve as honorary chairperson for the Calvert County Literacy Council's 2010 BEE for Literacy scheduled for Friday, May 7.
Joining Delegate Kullen are Master of Ceremonies Ted Haynie, retired Calvert County Public Schools executive; Spelling Judges Marty Madden, reporter, Calvert Independent, Prince Frederick; and Greg Brown, chairman, Social Studies Department, Wise High School, Upper Marlboro; Word Pronouncer Kirk McAlexander; and Timekeeper Judge E. Gregory Wells, District Court of Maryland, District 4, Calvert County.
The BEE-Attitudes, St. Nicholas Lutheran Church, Huntingtown, champion spellers of the 2008 and 2009 BEEs, will be vying for their third consecutive championship title.
Festivities begin at 6 p.m. with a silent auction and live entertainment by Jazz Vocalist Joyce Kinser. The adult spelling BEE begns at 7 p.m. A light buffet, desserts table, and cash bar will be available throughout the evening
Tickets for the PNC Bank sponsored 2010 BEE for Literacy are $30 per person and are available for purchase at any Calvert Library; at the Calvert County Literacy Council, 65 Duke St., Suite 208, Prince Frederick; or at the door the night of the event.
For further information about the 2010 BEE for Literacy, opportunities to become a tutor, or for help with reading, writing, speaking English and other life skills, contact the Calvert County Literacy Council at 410-535-3233.