Roadrunners keep up busy social schedule NORTH COUNTY -- Linthicum * Ferndale * Brooklyn Park * Pumphrey


April 19, 1993|By ROSALIE M. FALTER

The Ferndale Roadrunners Club calendar continues to be a busy one. Members recently enjoyed a performance of "Shenandoah" at Toby's Dinner Theatre and had a delightful time at an Atlantic City casino. Their next trip will be to Lancaster County, Pa., and in early summer they will travel to Nashville, Tenn.

All members and associate members are invited to a covered dish luncheon at 11 a.m. April 29 at the Ferndale-Linthicum Senior Center.

The Roadrunners will see "Driving Miss Daisy" at Michael's Eighth Avenue April 30. Call Pete Scott for more details at 761-1484.

The Roadrunners thank the members who painted and paneled the senior center's meeting room. A thank you also to the ladies who supplied refreshments for the three days it took to complete the work.


Today is the last day to place your order for the annual Crab Cake Carry-Out Luncheon scheduled for April 23. Pickup time is 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Linthicum United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 200 School Lane. Tickets are $7. The menu consists of a broiled crab cake, cole slaw, potato salad, a roll, a pickle and cake.

The luncheon is sponsored by the church's United Methodist Women. Proceeds will benefit local, national and international missions, and the Board of Child Care, Asbury Home, Park Avenue Lodge and World Day of Prayer. For tickets, call Doris Mellor at 859-1887.


The North County High School Band parents' meeting is at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Band Room. All parents are encouraged to attend. Parents will make final plans for the band's trip to the Music Festival in Toronto next month.


The North Linthicum Improvement Association will place trash bins at Overlook Park on Saturday. So, get rid or your bulk items.

According to association publicity chairwoman Helen DelBroco, the office of president will be open in September. Anyone interested should call President Steve Cilino, 789-9157.


The Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights presented awards to winners of the local Annual Youth Art Competition at its monthly meeting on Tuesday.

For the Junior Division, grades 6 to 8, the first place winner is Troy Andrzejewski of Lindale/Brooklyn Park Junior High School; second place, Stacy Bierman of Lindale/Brooklyn Park; third place, Jeff Nehring of Arthur Slade Regional Catholic School; and honorable mention, Julie Ray of Lindale/Brooklyn Park, Richard Shephard of Arthur Slade and Brice Carson of Lindale/Brooklyn Park.

Julie Ray's entry won first place at the district level and is entered in the state competition this week at the Maryland Federation of Woman's Club's State Convention at the Marriott Hotel at the Baltimore-Washington International Airport. Troy Andrzejewski received an honorable mention at the district level.

In the Senior Division, grades nine to 12, Mark Koch of North County High School, won first place at the local level and second place in the district competition. His entry also is entered in the state competition.

Second place in the local contest went to Araina Krosney and third place to Christie Rinehart both of North County High School. Honorable mention was awarded to Jennifer Stewart, Duane Garrison and Jama Carey, of North County.

Works by the senior high students are on display at the Glen Burnie Mall, those of the junior high students at the Brooklyn Park library.


A retirement party is being planned for Louis N. Thomas, principal of Ferndale Elementary School since July 1985. He has been with the Anne Arundel County school system for 35 years. The party is planned for 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. May 27 at the LaFontaine Bleu in Glen Burnie. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased by calling the school at 222-6927.


The Linthicum library display case has a large variety of pins on exhibit this month, courtesy of 11-year-old Adam Jamison. The collection includes Disney characters, playing cards and Oriole pins.

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