Shepherd of the Glen Lutheran Church plans fair on Saturday WEST COUNTY -- Clarksville * Highland * Glenelg * Lisbon

NEIGHBORS

September 09, 1993|By SALLY BUCKLER

We've had school fairs, the county fair and the state fair. Now it's time for church fairs, beginning with the Shepherd of the Glen Lutheran Church Fair Saturday in Glenwood.

This fair has become a tradition in Glenwood. There will be lots to do there, but you'll find that the biggest event is the chance to socialize with neighbors. Entertainment will be continuous.

The games, food, crafts and flea market will give you and the kids a chance to shop, eat and play.

If you've never seen the interior of the church, you can take a tour. Be sure to see the quilt, "Garden Twist," sewn by members of the congregation.

Ellen Kilby of Allan T. Hill Associates will auction the quilt, a car and other goodies between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.

PD For more information or directions, call the church at 442-1204.

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Instead of the usual Thursday afternoon at home, consider trying this. The Glenwood Community Club's Annual Luncheon and Card Party begins at 11:30 a.m. Sept. 23 at the Mount Airy Firman's Activity Building, at Twin Arches Road and route 27.

Those who have enjoyed previous card parties with this group know that there are many activities to entertain and friends to meet. At the function, there are booths for shopping.

If you like homemade baked goods and jams, arts and crafts, home grown vegetables and nearly new items, you'll love the booths. After a pleasant and relaxing lunch, you and your table mates can play the card game of your choice all afternoon.

You'll welcome announcements of door prizes. If you aren't a card player, bring your Scrabble board or another activity to share with a friend, and stay for the fun. Admission to the party and luncheon is just $9, and proceeds go to the Glenwood Community Clubs' charities.

Residents of Glenwood founded the Community Club in 1946 to help meet some charitable and social needs in Howard County. Union Chapel's restoration, the Howard County Association of Retarded Citizens and the Children's Aid fund are past recipients of the club's time and money. This group currently supports Springfield Hospital, the St. Michael's Church Food Cellar, and needy families suffering unexpected crises.

The Glenwood Luncheon and Card party is a major fund-raiser for the club, whose members invite women and men of all ages to join them in the festivities.

For more information about the club or to secure tickets to the luncheon, call (301) 854-6208.

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Have you browsed through the new list of activities from the Department of Recreation and Parks? It has lots for western Howard County residents, including quilting classes from Elmira Seibert, hay rides for toddlers at Sharp Farm, western Howard County history classes, photography, senior programs and all kinds of dancing. You can learn belly dancing, swing, country western and line dancing.

The Department of Recreation and Parks offers most of these classes right here in western Howard County.

If you want more information about the fall programs, call Barbara Patterson at 313-5421.

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The Children's Center of Glenwood has openings this fall for its Nursery School program, and for its before school and after school care for kindergarten. This fall's program includes a trip to a pumpkin patch and a hayride and a circus at Howard County Fairgrounds.

The Children's Center accepts children aged two years through kindergarten. Preschool meets mornings from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. with day care from 6:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., depending on the needs of the family.

If you need a place with a loving environment and reasonable rates, try the Children's Center. Call Director Tricia Faddis at 489-4402.

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Saturday afternoons in the fall are especially busy. If you'd like to lighten your load, have lunch delivered to your door. Just order sub sandwiches from a Glenelg High School band or marching unit member.

You must pay for your sandwiches, $ 3.50 for each foot long sub, by Sept. 15, so don't delay. A smiling student will deliver your lunch Sept. 25. We've had these sandwiches at our house, and they are fresh and delectable.

Call 489-5333 and leave a message, or call after 6:30 p.m. to order subs. Bon appetit!

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Attention crafters! The Chapelgate Christian Academy in Marriottsville is sponsoring a Harvest Craft Festival Oct. 15-16.

Organizers of this event are taking applications now for table rentals. Selected crafters can rent a 10-foot by 10-foot table for $35.

Call the school at 442-5888 for more information and an

application.

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Now that children are back in school and Labor Day is a fading memory, many churches are changing their schedules. At Lisbon United Methodist Church, at 15875 Frederick Road in Lisbon, Sunday School for all ages begins at 9:30 a.m. followed by worship at 11 a.m. each Sunday.

For more information about the church, call the church office at (410) 489-7245.

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Lisbon United Methodist Church members are busy planning their fall ham and oyster dinner, which they'll hold Oct. 16. Their wonderful Holiday bazaar will be Dec. 4 this year. Watch for more

information about these activities.

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