Brooklyn Heights Church Dinner Will Get You Out Of The Kitchen

Neighbors/ Brooklyn Park

March 09, 1992|By Phyllis Flowers and Phyllis Lucas

Are you tired of cooking dinner every day? Would you like a break from the kitchen? The Brooklyn Heights United Methodist Church, 110 Towsend Ave., is sponsoring a roast beef dinner from 3 to 7 p.m. Saturday. Dinners are $7.50 for adults; $3.75 for children ages 6 to 12, andfree for all children under 5.

The menu is: roast beef, parsley potatoes, green beans, corn, spiced apple rings and an unlimited saladbar with dessert and beverages. There also will be continuous entertainment by local church talent and a special appearance by the Sons of the Severn from 5 to 6 p.m.

Tickets should be purchased early; the rest will be sold at the door. Proceeds will benefit Camp Harmison and the church.

To purchase a ticket or for more information, call Bill Cofiell, 789-0967, or the church office at 789-3688.

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The Belle Grove Elementary School PTA Executive Board will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday. A general PTA meeting will follow at 7:30 p.m. in the multi-purpose room. In conjunction with Vision Month, the guest speaker will be optometrist Dr. Howard Nachman. He will be discussing various eye diseases and proper eyecare for children.

Class pictures will be taken on Wednesday. Money envelopes will be sent home Tuesday and must be returned on the following morning with the correct amount.

Students are reminded that the chorus is now meeting on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 7:25.

Easter is right around the corner, and what better way to shop than to order from your school spring fund-raiser. Students are sellingassorted chocolate Easter candies, novelty items and cookies. Pricesrange from $4 to $9.50. They are also selling flower bulbs from Holland.

There are 10 varieties of outdoor bulbs and five varieties ofindoor pre-planted bulbs for sale. You can also order seeds for a complete flower, vegetable or herb garden. Each garden comes with six seed packets. Prices on the flowers range from $3 to $10. The sale will run through March 18 with delivery on April 13. If you are interested in ordering any item, contact a student at the school, or call 789-8777.

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Brooklyn Park Elementary School fifth-grade students will be packing their overnight bags as they prepare for their stay inWilliamsburg, Va. Everyone will be leaving early on Thursday and returning on Friday evening. The trip will include a tour of Jamestown and a night lantern tour of historic Williamsburg.

In conjunction with Youth Art Month, each school was asked to contribute a gift of art to become a part of a permanent display in a public institution. Angela Lilly, a third-grade student, has donated her work of art entitled "Sunflowers." Her print will hang in the Lighthouse in Annapolis, which provides emergency food and clothing for needy citizens.

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Anyone at Park Elementary School who plans to order autographed books from Priscilla Cummings must return money and order forms today. Cummings, a well-known Maryland author, will be speaking to the intermediate students on Thursday, March 26. She will be telling the students how she decided on names for her characters, story ideas and how they come about, the writing process and how a book is made. "Chadwickthe Crab," "Chadwick's Wedding," "Osmald and the Timberdoodles" and the "Chadwick Coloring Book" are a sampling of the books she has written.

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Brooklyn Park-Lindale Middle Junior High School parents:Don't forget to order your Corbi Pizza Kits. Each kit contains three12-inch pizza shells, three bags of shredded cheese and three 6-ounce bags of sauce. You may also choose pepperoni and sausage toppings. The cost is $11.50 for cheese, $13 for pepperoni, $13.50 for sausage and $13 for whole wheat cheese pizza. Money and order forms must be returned to school on Thursday or Friday. Delivery on the pizzas will be on March 28.

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North County High School Band students are selling Easter flowers and fruit. Flowers that are available are lilies, daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, geraniums and hanging ferns. The costranges from $3 to $20. The fruit will be sold in 40-pound cases. Grapefruits are $16, Valencia oranges are $17 and a mixed case is $16.50. Flowers and fruit will be delivered the week before Easter.

If you are interested in ordering these beautiful flowers or fruit, contact a band member, or call the school at 859-5400 and leave your name and number. Your call will be returned. All proceeds will help to defray the costs of the band's trip to Florida in April.

The school is accepting nominations for PTSA officers for the next school year. Anyone who would be interested in the position of president, vice president, secretary or treasurer can call the school at 859-5400 and leave a message. The PTSA Board meets once a month during the school year and is involved in other activities for the students and staff.

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