Teen Club Picks Officers, Plans Fund-raiser

Neighbors/ Odenton, Ft. Meade, Gambrills

March 18, 1992|By Vicki Wellford

The Gambrills Teen Club has installed its officers and directors for1992-1993.

Leading the organization are Denise Creswell, president; Jeff McHugh, vice president; Allison Rayburn, treasurer; Jamie Brukiewa, recording secretary; Terri Lynn Appleman, corresponding secretary; Brian Roberts, historian; and Laurie Kuczinski, attendance officer.

The directors are: Elizabeth Atwater, Julie Benoit, Jason Brukiewa, Christian Carr, Crystal Creswell, Colleen Cunningham, Shannon Eller, Rob Fannon, Tony Gentile, Erin Kelly, Joey Lewis, John MacDowell, Carla Navarro, Glenn Phipps, Cory Rayburn, and Kristen Wolff.

As afund-raiser, the club is sponsoring an adult dance from 8 p.m. to midnight, Saturday at the Gambrills Athletic Club, McKnew Road.

Music will be by DJ Looney Tunes. The cost is $10 per adult, which includes beer and setups.

For information, call 923-6997 or 969-2845.

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The next general information meeting on the Odenton Centennial Day will be at 7 p.m., tomorrow at the school.

The event is scheduled for April 25. Tentative plans call for tours of the newly renovated building from 10 to 11 a.m. Opening ceremonies, from 11 to 11:45 a.m., will consist of laying of a marker and time capsule. The fair will run from 11:45 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Help is needed to organize the programs, collect donations and materials, set up or clean up, supply baked goods, operate the food and game booths or provide a service such as photography, electronics, music, magic or other entertainment.

Sign up sheets are in the Odenton school office.

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ArchbishopFrancis P. Keough Council, Knights of Columbus 5263 in Odenton has earned the distinction of Star Council, the international organization's top award for the 1990-91 fraternal year.

The announcement was made by the organization's international headquarters in New Haven, Conn. The award recognizes overall excellence in the areas of membership recruitment and retention, promotion of the fraternal insurance program, and sponsorship of service-oriented activities.

The award was presented to the membership by State Deputy of the Order James Olivarri at a special ceremony at the council home on Feb. 12.

In announcing the local winner of the Star Council Award, Virgil C. Dechant, president of the international organization, said, "Please accept my sincere congratulations upon attaining this prestigious award. The dedication to the principles and aims of the Order shown by your officers and members is exemplified by the high standard of excellence you have achieved."

Local Grand Knight Richard Walz said, "The Star Council Award is quite an honor for us."

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The Anne Arundel Scottish Festival Inc. is having a unique event that is sure to scare off the winter blahs.

Many of Scotland's culinary delights will be accompanied by Drambuie, Laphroaig and Glen Morangie during "An Evening of Scottish Tastes" Saturday night from 6 to 9 p.m., at the Conte Building, 116 Defense Highway, Annapolis.

On the menu are soups, cheeses, meat pies, seafood, shortbread, fruit cake and, of course, haggis.

Tickets are $10 each. All of the proceeds will go to fund theScottish Highland Games at the Anne Arundel Fairgrounds on Oct. 10.

For more information, call John Dodds, president of AASFI at (410)849-8072.

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Join the Retired Officers' Wives' Club for the Sunday matinee performance of "Shear Madness" at the Kennedy Center.

The bus leaves the Officers' Club at 1:30 p.m. The cost is $22.50.

For more information, call chairwoman Betty Juba (410) 721-2494.

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Tickets are available for the third annual $10,000 Raffle/Bull and Oyster Roast sponsored by the West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce.

The event will be held from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. April 25 atthe Glen Burnie Elks Club, Quarterfield and Stevenson roads.

The raffle is limited to 250 tickets and the holder of the last ticket drawn will take home $10,000. There will be other cash and door prizes awarded during the evening.

Raffle tickets are $100 each. Bull andOyster Roast tickets are $25 per person.

Call 672-3422 for more information.

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Evelyn Garbe will conduct a free three-day workshop on the art of constructing a macrame chair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 6, 8 and 9 at the O'Malley Senior Center, 1275 Odenton Road.

All seniors are invited to take this course. Participants need to provide their own lawn chair frame (old is fine) and to reimburse the center for the specially ordered macrame cord. The deadline for registration is Friday.

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The next cycle of Anne Arundel Community College courses at the O'Malley Senior Center will begin April 13. Registration for these classes will be held through next week from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

A full listing of courses offered is available at the center.

For more information on either program, call the center at222-6227 or 621- 9515.

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