Car wash, flea market and sub sale mark start of busy season CENTRAL COUNTY -- Arnold * Broadneck * Severna Park * Crownsville * Millersville

NEIGHBORS

September 09, 1993|By JONI GUHNE

It begins slowly: A few phone calls; more recorded messages; a mailbox full of envelopes addressed to "Correspondent." And then I know.

It's September, and the Central County social season, circa 1993, has begun.

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A free car wash is scheduled Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Severna Park High School Band Boosters and band members will be at two locations: First American Bank in the Severna Park Mall parking lot, and the Severna Park Baptist Church on Benfield Road.

Information: 544-3528.

* The deadline for ordering cold cut submarine sandwiches from the Band Boosters is Sept. 20. Delivery date is Sept. 25.

The sandwiches, filled with meat, cheese, tomato and lettuce, have helped for years to pay for the purchase and repair of instruments and uniforms.

4( To order, call 544-1177 or 544-2017.

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The Old Mill High School Band Boosters is sponsoring a fall flea market from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sept. 26 at the Southgate Shopping Center on Hospital Drive.

To reserve a space or for information, call 410-923-2119 or (410) 760-5067.

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An audition workshop is planned by the Moonlight Troupers from p.m. to 4:30 p.m. this Sunday in the Pascal Center for the Performing Arts at Anne Arundel Community College.

Carol Cohen, who won the 1990 Colonial Players Best Actor Award for "Broadway Bound" and the 1990 British Embassy Best Choreography Award for "Baby," will lead the free workshop, which is open to students and the public.

The workshop will prepare performers for the auditions at 7p.m. Monday and Tuesday at the college for "Cabaret."

The Troupers' fall musical will be presented on Nov. 12-14 and 18-21.

For information about the workshop or the auditions, call 541-2457.

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A full schedule resumes this Sunday at Severna Park United Methodist Church.

The pastors, Dr. Warren Ebinger and the Rev. Jacqui Jones, have arranged for coffee and doughnuts to fortify their parishioners following the 8 a.m. worship service and at the 10:15 a.m. fellowship time.

Worship services are at 8 a.m., 9:15 a.m. and 11 a.m.

& Information: 987-4700.

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Meanwhile, Rev. Frederick Eichner and the members of Our Shepherd Lutheran Church have designated this Sunday as Rally Sunday.

Friends and neighbors are invited to dress informally for the 9:30 a.m. worship service, and then attend an old-fashioned picnic complete with old fashioned games: sack races, three-legged races and a water balloon toss.

& Information: 647-1658.

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Published authors are sharing the secrets of their success in a new series of continuing education workshops this fall at Anne Arundel Community College.

Coordinating the series is Rhonda Harding Pollero (a k a Kelsey Roberts), the first Harlequin author given a two-book contract before being published. Her romantic suspense novel, "Legal Tender," has just been released.

Beginning Saturday, Binnie Braunstein teaches "Techniques for Developing Characters and Viewpoint." The author of three novels and 38 short stories also will teach "How to Write a Short Story."

Other evening and Saturday workshops include "Free-lance Writing That Sells," "Marketing Your Writing," "Writing for Children" and "How to Write a Cookbook."

Costs range from $25 for a three-hour session, to $110 for a 20-hour, 10-session workshop.

For more information, call 541-2325.

* An advanced legal writing and research symposium is scheduled at 7 p.m., Sept. 21 in the Student Services Center cafeteria at the college.

J. Lynne Wood, assistant professor and paralegal studies program coordinator, will join instructor Verna H. Glass to lead the session.

Sponsored by the college's Paralegal Club and the Bay Area Paralegal Association, the symposium is $20 for the public and $10 for group members.

C7 Reservations and information: 541-2250 or 541-2432.

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