In A Puckish Mood? Take The Family To A Caps Game


March 03, 1992|By Sue Haller

Has the high cost of taking the family out to a hockey game made youfeel blue or worse yet, broke? If so, the Crofton Kiwanis Club has just what you are looking for -- the eighth annual Kiwanis family hockey day.

Come out and see the Washington Capitals play the New YorkIslanders at 1:35 p.m. March 15 at the Capital Centre.

Not only will you see a great game, but you will also walk out ofthere with a free cooler bag. A ticket and round-trip bus transportation will cost you just $11, saving as much as $5 on parking alone.

Buses will leave the Village Green parking lot at 12:30 p.m. and return immediately after the game. Only a limited number of tickets have been ordered. To obtain your tickets, contact your favorite Key club or Builders club member, or stop by the next Kiwanis Club meeting. They meet at 8 p.m. each Wednesday in the Kiwanis Club activity room in the Crofton Country Club.


The ever-popular ballroom dance classes sponsored by the Crofton Civic Association still has room foryou and your partner, and if you don't have a partner, that's OK, too.

A seven-week class in ballroom dancing, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. each Wednesday, begins March 18 at Crofton Elementary School on Duke of Kent. The class, taught by Spiro Pappafotis, will feature basic American dancing and will include the waltz, samba, tango and polka. You may pick up a registration form at Town Hall or call 721-2301. Registration will close on March 13.


The Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts of the Capitol Area District will help to feed the hungry again this year. The Scouts will be

passing out grocery bags this week for you to fill with as much food as you can. The pickup date is March 7.For anyone who would like to drop off food, you may take your bags to the Giant in Crofton at routes 424 and 301. For more information, call 798-6175 or the Baltimore Area Council of the Boy Scouts at (410)338-1700.


It may be only March 3 on the calendar, but don't tell that to the Anne Arundel Unit of the American Cancer Society. Members are gearing up to bring a little spring into our lives. On March 19, volunteers from the local unit will deliver fresh-cut daffodilsto area business and individuals.

Orders for the flowers should be placed by March 13. Donations are $22.50 for 50 daffodils, $42 for 100, $80 for 200, $155 for 400, $190 for 500 and $325 for 1,000 daffodils. For more information or to place your order, call 721-7584.


Us Kids support group meetings for children ages 6-15 are held weekly in Crofton. Groups run concurrently for children and at least one parent in separate groups. Peer groups for children in families experiencing separation, divorce and or re-marriage meet every Monday evening.

For more information, call 721-2313.

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