Bull Roast, 'Atlantic City Day' Will Benefit Multiple Sclerosis


October 17, 1990|By Vicki Wellford

Feel lucky? Want to donate to a worthy cause? Wish you could go to Atlantic City but don't have the time? The Golden Flame Restaurant on Route 175 in Odenton is hosting a Mini Bull Roast and Atlantic City Day from 1 to 8 p.m.

Oct. 21. Tickets are $12 per person and include a buffet with ham, sausage and beef, all prepared on an open pit, plus potato salad, cole slaw and all the trimmings.

All types of games of chance and money wheels will be on hand for you to try your luck, with all of the proceeds donated to the Maryland Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Performing that evening will be the band Skyline. The Golden Flame is sponsoring a month of games and events to support this worthy cause; the bull roast and Atlantic City day is their biggest and hopefully most profitable event.

For more information on events scheduled for the month of October, call 674-4000.

* The Kiwanis Club of Odenton's third annual Talent Show for Odenton/Gambrills/Severn/Fort Meade area school children in the first to 12th grades is set for 7-10:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 16, in the Arundel High auditorium.

"There's potential in all young people, and those who participate may well have found a future occupation," said Levi Royster, program chairman of the Odenton Kiwanis Club. "Who can tell, we may find a hidden superstar or two!"

Participants will be able to exercise their skills in singing, dancing, playing musical instruments and other talents. There is no entrance fee.

Three winners will be selected from within each of the categories, and additional recognition will be given to runners-up.

Registration forms, which must be returned on the day of the audition, are available in all schools and community libraries. Auditions are set for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on successive Saturdays, Oct. 27 and Nov. 3, at the Kiwanis Building on Becknel Road. The admission fee for guests is $3 for adults, $1.50 for children and senior citizens.

Anyone desiring further information should contact Royster at 923-6875 between 7 and 9:30 p.m.

* The Nichols-Bethel United Methodist Church will be having a church dinner from 3 to 7 p.m., Oct. 27, in the church social hall. The menu, served family style, consists of ham, turkey, potato salad, cole slaw, green beans, applesauce, sweet potatoes, rolls, butter, coffee and tea.

Everything is homemade and prepared by church members. A carry-out dinner also will be available. For those with a sweet tooth, a bazaar and baked goods table will be on hand.

Tickets are $9 for adults, $4 for children ages 7-12, free for kids under 6. To purchase tickets, contact any church member, or call the church office at 674- 2272. No tickets will be sold at the door, so buy your tickets early!

* The Pasadena Theatre Company's production of "Damn Yankees" will be staged in Baldwin Hall Thursdays through Sundays, Oct. 12 through Nov. 3.

Leading the cast are Robin Chapin as Joe Boyd, Ginger Roelse as Meg Boyd, Connie Ross as Ms. Applegate, John Scheeler as young Joe Hardy and Judy Golden as Lola. Completing the cast are Ellen Hatch, Joanne Wilson, Frank Kollman, Danny Marquardt, Tom Howlin, Richard Blomquist, Scott Nichols, Ed Wintermute, Lynne Wilson, Larry Brill, Gary Collett, Michelle Paulison, Pat Largent, Kathy Strackbein, Kathleen Layton, Shirley Williams, Stephanie McBee, Rachel Wojnar, Alexis Warren, Bridget Murray and Nicole Kennedy.

Directed by Barry Genderson of Annapolis, "Damn Yankees" is the tale of an ardent Washington Senators baseball fan who sells his soul to the devil in return for a victory over the Yankees for the 1949 pennant. Songs in the show include "Whatever Lola Wants," "Two Lost Souls" and "You Gotta Have Heart."

The shows start at 8 p.m., with Sunday matinees at 3 p.m. Tickets are $7 for adults Thursdays and Sundays, $8 for adults Fridays and Saturdays.

Children ages 12 and under are $4 at all times. To order tickets, send a check or money order and self addressed envelope to: Pasadena Theatre Company Inc., 1113 Leonard Drive, Glen Burnie, Md. 21061. Include date, number of tickets and phone number where you can be reached. Unpaid reservations will be held at the door until 30 minutes before curtain time.

Performances are in the historic Baldwin Hall on Generals Highway (Route 178). The theater is accessible to the disabled. For further information, call 923-7687 or 760-5448.

* The Anne Arundel chapter of The Sierra Club is playing host to a Harvest Festival from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Arundel Volunteer Fire Hall, Route 424 and Bell Branch Road (near Staples Corner).

Activities that day will include a farmers' market, horseshoe competition with cash prizes and Button, the neon clown, who will provide face-painting. Also scheduled is a silent auction, including a romantic weekend in Annapolis and a gown donated by Annapolis Bridal.

For Sunday afternoon football fans, there will be a "Redskins Room" with a television set (also referred as the "No Excuse Room").

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