Scrabble Club has good word for Jan. winners WEST COUNTY--Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills

NEIGHBORS

February 23, 1993|By SUE HALLER

Well, Crofton, old man winter didn't let you down this week. He delivered a major snowstorm for all you snow-lovers. I wish it would never snow again.

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The Crofton Scrabble Club has announced its January champions.

They are Katherine Dougherty of Millersville, in the expert class, and Robert Coop of Lanham, in the intermediate. First runners-up are Genie McGarry of Mitchellville, in the expert class, and Rubye Richards of Bowie, in the intermediate.

A new round of competition will begin at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the Kiwanis Community Room at the Crofton Country Club. New players are welcome.

For more information, call (410) 721-0595, (301) 621-7302 or (202) 488-8595.

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The Community United Methodist Church on Riedel Road will hold its women's talent auction at 6 p.m. March 6. Soup, hot dogs and dessert will be served at 5 p.m. Baby-sitting also is available.

For more information, call the church at 721-9129.

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The Crofton Association of Retired Persons will hold its monthly business meeting and luncheon at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow, at the Bowie Elks Club on Route 450.

Grant Breining will present a slide program called "This Side of the Dream," depicting life on a 24-foot trawler.

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The Bowie-Crofton Garden Club will meet at 7:30 tonight at Bowie City Hall.

Dr. Mark Roh, a research scientist for the U. S. Department of Agriculture in Beltsville, will discuss "New Flowers for our Gardens from Around the World." Visitors are welcome.

Meetings are scheduled for the last Tuesday of every month. A plant exchange and door prize follow each meeting.

For more information, call John McKenna, 464-2611.

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Archbishop Spalding High School, 8080 New Cut Road, is accepting citrus orders for March. Pink grapefruit and temple oranges are available. The order deadline is March 5, and delivery is March 13. Proceeds will benefit the school.

For more information or to place your order, call (410) 969-9015.

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The Learning Disability Association for Anne Arundel County (LDA) will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Woods Memorial Church, 611 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. in Severna Park. Dr. Gloria Lane, assistant professor of special education at the Johns Hopkins University, will be the speaker.

The workshop focuses on the steps parents can take to ensure that their children are receiving the proper educational assistance. Parents of children with disabilities are encouraged to attend.

For further information, call Pat Behringer, 626-0330, or Georgia Bernhardt, 437-5136.

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The South Bowie Community Center is accepting applications from craft vendors for the annual spring crafts show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 20. Spaces are $15; spaces with tables and chairs are $20.

For more information, call 249-1622.

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Covenant Players, an international repertory theater based in Oxnard, Calif., will present an evening of drama and music at 7 p.m. Sunday at the First Baptist Church of Crofton, 1690 Crofton Parkway.

Founded in 1963 by playwright Charles M. Tanner, the group has performed in 84 countries and 21 languages, using everything from light comedy to heavy drama to present the Gospel message. The event is free, but donations will be accepted.

For more information, call the church at 721-2790 or 721-3122.

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Wesley College in Dover, Del. has presented a special award to Wendy Rice, of Crofton for her work in STORM Aid (Students Together Offering Resources and Manpower) in Homestead, Fla. The project included 32 students and three college staff members who devoted their fall break, Oct. 8-13, to Hurricane Andrew relief work in Florida.

The group raised the money for the trip through grants from student organizations, raffles and donations from Dover businesses. The students worked with relief agencies, churches, Florida Southern College students and storm victims. Their duties included cleaning up debris, setting up tents for other volunteers, planting trees, and unloading and restocking canned food supplies.

U.S. Sen. William V. Roth Jr., R-Del., has nominated the project for a Points of Light Foundation Award. Wendy is the daughter of Winnie and Warren Rice.

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