Bazaar set at St. Andrew's ham dinner planned at hTC Methodist church


November 06, 1992|By PEG ADAMARCZYK

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 7859 Tick Neck Road, will sponsor its fall bazaar from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. tomorrow.

Shop for handmade gifts, holiday decorations, plants, treasures from the white elephant table, baked goods and a children's gift room.

Raffle tickets will be sold on several items, including a cruise for four on the Lady Baltimore and an overnight stay at Guest Quarters.

Lunch will be served from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. and light supper items including, Jane's Famous Chili and Mary's Chicken Salad, ham and cheese sandwiches and hot dogs, will be featured.

Proceeds will benefit church activities.


Community United Methodist Church, 8680 Fort Smallwood Road, will sponsor an Oyster and Ham Supper from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. tomorrow.

The cost for dinner is $8 for adults, $3 for children ages 6 to 11, $1 for youngsters ages 3 to 5 and toddlers under age three can eat for free. Carry-out dinners are available for $8.50.

After dinner you can shop for homemade gifts at the fancy table, look for treasures at the white elephant table or buy some sinfully delicious cakes or homemade candies at the bake table.

For information, call 255-1506.


Northeast PTSA needs volunteers for an outside clean-up party at the school.

Parents and students interested can contact the school.

The school it also looking for graduates who would like to speak to students in the classroom about life after graduation during American Education Week activities, scheduled on Nov. 16 to 18.

If you're interested, contact Carlene Heilman at 437-6400.


A conflict with National Collegiate Athletic Association rules has forced the postponement of Monday's program on college athletic scholarship at Chesapeake High School.

The program, presented by the athletic department of the University of Maryland Baltimore County, has been rescheduled for 7 p.m. Nov. 16 in the CHS media center.

Parents, high school students and eighth-graders are invited to attend.

For information, call 255-9600.


Jacobsville Elementary PTA will offer a special program on AIDS for parents at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday evening.

Dr. Lani Majer, from the county Health Department, will offer information on ways parents can educate their elementary school-aged children about the virus.

Due to the content of the program, no children will be permitted to attend. Parents should make arrangements for child care.

The program is a cooperative effort of the health department and the school.

For information, call 222-6460.


Lake Shore PTO invites parents and children to a presentation on bicycle safety at 7 p.m. Tuesday evening.

John Overstreet, better known as "The Bicycle Man," will present an informative program for parents and a video for children, specifically geared to kindergarten through sixth grade students.

"Riding a bike safely, including using a helmet, is an important skill that children and adults should learn," Debbie Hutchinson, PTO president said.

Hutchinson said most bike riders -- children and adults -- do not use safety helmets. "Some people think that helmets are expensive, but it's a small price to pay to help prevent serious injuries."

As a service to parents, the PTO will be taking orders for helmets, available at a discount. Sample helmets will be displayed and instructions will be provided on proper fitting. Helmets will be delivered in time for Christmas.

For information, call 222-6465.


Sunset Elementary PTA will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Judy Stoy will be the evening's guest speaker. Ms. Stoy will be offering information on how to talk to your children about sex.

JJ the Clown will provide a free show for children.

For information, call 222-6478.


The Chesapeake Women's Club will meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Eastern District Police Station on Mountain Road.

Following the general meeting, Virginia Voluse, CWC Home Life chairwoman, will introduce guest speaker Frankie Hall of the Hospice of the Chesapeake. Hall will be discussing services offered at hospice facilities.

The club welcomes newcomers.

For information, call 222-6465.


Chesapeake Bay Middle School has scheduled parent-teacher conferences for Nov. 19 and 20. A request for a conference can be made by either a parent or a child's teacher.

Teacher requests for conferences were mailed Oct. 26.

Parents who did not receive an invitation to a conference, may request team or individual conferences by calling their student's guidance counselor at 437-2400 between 8:30 a.m. and 2:15 p.m. on Nov. 10 to request a team conference (please specify the teachers you wish to meet with) or Nov. 12 to request an individual teacher conference.

All conferences will be approximately 15 minutes long.


It's Girl Scout cookie time again! Troops throughout Pasadena have been taking orders during the past few weeks. But just in case your neighborhood was missed, you still have an opportunity to purchase these delicious cookies at booth sales that will be held at several locations over the next few weeks.

Booth sales have been scheduled in the following Pasadena locations: both Lauer's Super Thrift stores, Safeway, Jamesway, Pastore's Plaza, Ben Franklin's, Maryland National Bank/Riviera Beach branch, Farm Fresh, Blockbuster Video, Angel's Market, Salvadore's Citgo, and Giant Food-Southdale.

Cookies are $2.50 a box. Proceeds help support local and regional programs.


The human relations committees at Fort Smallwood Elementary and Jacobsville Elementary schools are sponsoring the annual Thanksgiving food drive from Nov. 9 through 18.

Families are asked to donate non-perishable food items that will be given to local needy families during the holidays.

Students can drop off donations to their classrooms.

For information, call Carolyn Keenen at 222-6450.

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