Benefit car wash for leukemia patient set PASADENA


August 13, 1993|By PEG ADAMARCZYK

Friends and neighbors of young Josh Soth, a local leukemia patient, have banded together to sponsor a benefit car wash from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Dash-In store on Fort Smallwood Road at Duvall Highway.

The Oriole Bird will visit from noon to 1 p.m. Get your picture taken with the Bird for a fee.

Benefit organizers will raffle off two seats to an Orioles game. Hot dogs and sodas will be sold.

Proceeds will benefit the Josh Soth Bone Marrow Fund.

For more information, call Cathy Jones at 437-9536.


Solley United Methodist Church, 7600 Solley Road, invites you to a peach festival from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday. The church is next to Solley Elementary School.

Peaches, ice cream, crab soup, barbecue sandwiches and homemade cakes will be sold.

Tickets are $3.50 for adults and carryouts, $2 for children ages 12 and younger.

For more details, call John Mason at 437-3693.


The Bayside Beach Community Association will sponsor a Community Day and Flea Market from noon to 5 p.m. Aug. 28 at the end of Bayside Beach Road.

Events planned for the celebration include treasure shopping, pony rides, carnival games, face painting, games of chance, a moon bounce and an appearance by the purple dinosaur.

Pit beef, hot dogs, hamburgers and beverages will be available.

Spaces for the flea market are $10 each. Sellers must provide their own tables.

For space rental, call Joe Foran at 255-6720. For more details, call Pat Klug at 360-8069.


Rob Nicewarner will sing at the 10:45 a.m. worship service Sunday at the Chesapeake Christian Center Church of God, 7975 Tick Neck Road.

Nicewarner, 18, is from Parklane Church of God in Federalsburg. He has won the Church of God "State Teen Talent" contest for the past two years and has sung the national anthem at an Orioles game.

Complimentary nursery care will be available for 2-year-olds and younger. Children's church classes will be provided for 2- through 10-year-olds.

For more details, call the church office at 255-3168.


Anglers are invited to compete in the 1993 Catfish Tournament sponsored by the Pasadena Sportfishing Group and the Fish-n-Barrell tackle shop. The contest began this week and will run through 5 p.m. Sept. 12.

"We encourage anglers of all ages to enter their catfish catch in our contest," groupspokesman George Bentz said.

Fish caught anywhere are eligible. No entry fees is charged. The Fish-n-Barrell will judge the fish by weight and will award six prizes. Prizes are on display at the store in the Waterford Plaza Shopping Center, 8220 Ritchie Highway.

For complete contest rules or more information, call George Bentz at 255-3678 or the Fish-n-Barrell at 544-4867.


The Northeast PTSA has elected new officers. They are Linda Tetrault, president; Carlene Heilman, vice president; Barbara Treadwell, treasurer; Laura Otto, secretary, and Albert Heilman Jr. and Patsy Plowman, delegates.

Parents interested in volunteering at Northeast may contact Heilman at the school. The number is 437-6400.


Nine fifth graders at Lake Shore Elementary have been chosen by their fourth-grade teachers to be fifth-grade leaders for the 1993-1994 school year.

Students selected were Jessica Bathgate, Nicholas Ehlers, Kaitlin Griener, Heather Harrall, Jonathon Jones, Jennifer Martin, Marc Pitonzo, Bill Rogers and Mary Thompson.

The students have met with school guidance counselor Carolyn Keenen to evaluate their skills as leaders and helpers. During the year they will help with morning announcements and bulletin boards, act as peer tutors and serve as ambassadors for visitors.

Since community and school service hours have been added to graduation requirements, grooming our young children to give assistance at an early age will foster pride in service, Keenen explained.

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