It's still not too late to mail council sports registration WEST COUNTY -- Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills


May 25, 1993|By SUE HALLER

Another weekend has come and gone and so has the chance to use walk-in registration for the Crofton Athletic Council's soccer and football programs.

You can mail in all registrations to P.O. Box 3402, Crofton, Md. 21114.

Registration and waiver forms may be picked up at Crofton Town Hall or the Crofton Library.

Information: 261-0196.


The Crofton Chamber of Commerce will have a membership luncheon at noon on June 1 at Jasper's restaurant at Route 3 North and Route 450 in Crofton.

The guest speaker will be U.S. Rep. Steny H. Hoyer, a Democrat representing the 5th District.

Cost is $10 for members and $12 for nonmembers. Attendees may choose lasagna, grilled chicken, grilled shrimp or soup and half a club sandwich.

Friday is the deadline for reserving a seat.

Please call the chamber office 721-9131.


The Crofton Country Club's Men's Golf Association will hold two golf tournaments next month. The Stroke-Play Club Championship will be June 5 and 6, and the 1993 Member-Guest Tournament will be June 25-27.

Entry forms and more information are available at the Pro Shop, or call the club at 261-0119.


The Crofton Scrabble Club will meet on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Crofton Country Club.

New players of all skill levels are welcome.

April winners were: Margot Bryant, Bill Burlison, Bob Coop, Tina Coop, Dorothea Derickson Katherine Dougherty, Genie McGarry, Mike Salvatore and Linda Stephanides.

McGarry was high scorer for two games, with 775 points.

The club is certified by the National Scrabble Association.

Information: 721-0595.


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

Joyce Pelletier will discuss "Garden Design."

Visitors are welcome to attend monthly meetings held the last Tuesday of the month. A plant exchange and door prize follow each of the meetings.

Information: John McKenna, 464-2611.


The Brownies from Troop 626 got a pleasant surprise Saturday when they opened their programs at the Annapolis Dinner Theatre: the cast contained some young actors from their own community.

On stage for the production were Chris Dahl, Jonathan Dahl and Detta Flippo.

Our neighbors were behind the scenes, too, as members of the crew: Beth and Dwayne Dahl, and Rose and Josh Flippo.

The play started April 17 and will run through June 12.

Troop 626, which has seen two dinner theater shows, reported back to this correspondent that the play was the best ever.

So if you're looking for some family entertainment, take the kids to see the Velveteen Rabbit and the kids from Crofton.


Children are invited to "Dive into a Good Book" during the Crofton Library's summer reading program, June 14-July 23.

The annual program is free and open to children entering grades one through six in the fall.

Activities also are planned for preschoolers.

All participants will receive a free pass to the Baltimore Zoo.

Those who read 10 books will receive a coupon for a Frosty from Wendy's. Those who read 20 books will receive a coupon for a Slurpee from 7-Eleven. Readers of 30 books will receive a coupon good for a free soft-serve frozen yogurt at McDonald's.

In addition, participants can win tickets to museums, passes for bowling and miniature golf and coupons for free food.

Children can register at any point in the six-week program.

They will receive log books and game sheets to chart their reading progress. Participants are encouraged to visit the library each week to receive a new activity sheet and stickers and to borrow books the program, but readers can set their own pace.

Last year's summer program drew nearly 8,000 participants at the county's 14 branch libraries.

Information: 222-7371. For a recording of branch locations, hours and phone numbers call 222-7127 or 222-7128.


Congratulations to my fellow bowlers in the Crofton Bowling Center's Thursday Morning Glories.

The end of the season was noted with an awards luncheon last week at Jasper's restaurant.

High average awards went to Teri Brown, Toots Hasson, Michele Larson, Pam Mest, Blanche Pfarr and Betty Pasco.

High Series Handicap went to Louise Charlton, Cindy Denne, Sandy Dietrich, Cindy Shelly and Anne Usher.

High Series Scratch game went to Shirly Holms, Helen Kohlman, Barbara Liimatta, Cindy Rohlfs, Dottie Simons and Dee Zabec.

High Game Handicap went to Kathie Kunz, Betty Lee, Cathy Olson, Tarin Polucha, Billie Robinson and Donna Storrie.

High Game Scratch went to Gloria Attiliis, Vickie Debrito, Ellen Nye, Joanne Saft, Sherry Simmons and Kim Winter.

The first-place team this year was "Nickel! Nickel!" featuring Michele Larson, Pam Mest, Jeanne Powell and Dottie Simons.

The prize for Most Improved Bowler went to yours truly -- how could I miss? I started the season with a 48 average and watched it skyrocket to a whopping to 91 at the conclusion.

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