Roland Park celebration

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June 19, 1991|By LAURA CHARLES

ROLAND PARKING: As part of Roland Park's Centennial Celebration, there will be a reunion tonight beginning at 6 on the grounds of St. Mary's Seminary for "anybody and everybody who lives in, used to live in, went to school in, plays in or jogs in Roland Park!" Dubbed "A Taste of Roland Park," neighborhood restaurants will provide the eats and drinks with entertainment provided by -- get this -- those marvelous butchers from Eddie's Supermarket who'll be lipsynching a routine.

Party organizer Betty Davis explained the choice for such, ah, "prime" entertainment. "At Eddie's, they say their beef is aged, their fish is fresh and their butchers are both!" Tickets at $25 per person are available at the door.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR for June 28 from 8 p.m. until 11 p.m. when the Arthritis Foundation sponsors a Maryland Artists Art Show and Auction at the L'Hirondelle Club in Ruxton. Bruce Levinson of Alex Cooper will do the honors as auctioneer and a special Preview Party -- with lavish buffet and the opportunity to meet the artists -- will precede the festivities. For ticket info, call the Arthritis Foundation at 561-8090.

AROUND TOWN: The Mount Royal Democratic Club held its annual picnic Thursday night at Linkwood Park for members and other political pundits. Highlight of the gathering was the special birthday celebration for 87-year-old Leona Mulligan, the oldest member of the club who charmed all as she divvied up her birthday cake.

THE MARYLAND POLO Club kicked off its 1991 season at the Ti

monium Fairgrounds recently. Some of Baltimore's busier pros were among the riders playing on the race course infield. Franklin Square's Dr. Eddie Cohen; attorney Ned Halle -- who finished second in this year's Hunt Cup -- and his wife Cindy, who coaches polo and teaches at Garrison Forest; veterinarian Fred Peterson of the Maryland Equine Center; and real estate developer Richard Fradkin showed good form in two well-played matches. The matches are held each Sunday and the club invites spectators to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy. Beginning in August, the club will move to the Ladew Topiary Gardens in Monkton. Call 557-6448.

EYE OPENERS: Actress-singer Shirley Jones will be heard on 92 Star's "Don and Wendy Show" this morning at 9 . . . Cocktails, food and an unparalleled view of the tall ships sailing into the Harbor is what met guests of the Flag Day Celebration at Belt's Landing, a new waterfront community in Fells Point.

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