Dancing favorites offered at St. Philip Neri sock hop


February 07, 1994|By ROSLIE M. FALTER

Feel like dancing the night away? Then put on your dancing shoes and attend the sock hop at St. Philip Neri School hall on Saturday.

Disc jockeys Chris and Brian Ashby will play all of your favorite dancing music from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Ticket price of $10 per person includes snacks, beer, soda and set-ups. The dance is sponsored by the Home and School Association.

For ticket information, call Mary Newcomer at 859-1056 or Sharon Fisher at 859-1448.


Have you been bitten by the acting bug? Do you like working behind the scenes?

If you can sing, dance, act or would like to be a stage hand, come to "Meet the Directors Night" at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 15, in the gym of Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis.

Auditions will begin at 8 p.m. Anyone who tries out for the singing is asked to bring their own music.

The production, "Red Stocking Follies," will run May 6-8. The Severn Town Club is sponsoring the production. A large portion of the proceeds go to Maryland Hall.

The directors, Doug and Sherry Kay Yetter, have been active in other productions in the Baltimore and Annapolis areas.

For directions and other information, call event co-chairmen Peg Colt, 789-1445, or Doris Dunker, 647-0590. For questions on performing, call talent chairwoman Laurie Davis, 544-1062.


The Linthicum Ferndale Youth Athletic Association sponsored its annual clinic All-Star Game last Sunday at Hilltop Elementary School.

A free-throw shooting contest was held, with prizes donated by Sportarama and Pizza Hut.

Kirk Ruddick, the only one to make all three baskets, won a large pizza and a USA Olympic basketball hat.

Mark Bafford, Danny Ritz, John Snyder, Andy Blahut and Jordon Young each made two baskets and received a medium pizza and an Oriole T-shirt.

Six participants made one basket and won a small pizza and wrist bands: Ryan Arnold, Kurtis Cwiek, Adam Fink, Ryan Krueger, Joey Pohlman and Tyler Shay.

Everyone who participated in the contest received a personal pan pizza and a can cooler.


North Glen Elementary School news: Art work by students is being displayed at two locations: the Citizens Bank of Maryland at the Sears Shopping Center and the North County Library across from Harundale Mall.

Artists displayed at the bank are: Richard Beecher, Carissa Bernoski, Devin Brewer, Shelly Brooks, Evette Jenkins, Monique Mason, Tommy Necessary, Robert Richardson, Amanda Tormollan and Angel Tydings.

Nicole Cummings, Nyssa Glenn and Jessica Smith have their work on display at the library.

Stop by to view their work.

* Wednesday is the last day to purchase tickets for the Family Sock Hop at the school. The dance will take place from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday.

* Parents are invited and encouraged to attend the awards assemblies Friday in the multi-purpose room. Pupils will be recognized for academic excellence, work habits and citizenship. The ceremony for grades 4-6 will be at 1 p.m. Students in grades 1-3 will receive their awards at 2 p.m.


The Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights is having its monthly meeting at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at the clubhouse on Hammonds Ferry Road.

Bill Huntington, senior public and government affairs representative at Amoco Oil Co., will present a program about the environment.

Immediately after the program there will be an antiques and jewelry show. Members are asked to bring a small antique, jewelry or collectible for display.

The club's annual quilt raffle is under way. Tickets are $1 and can be purchased from club members and at Pumphrey's Variety Store in the Shipley-Linthicum Shopping Center. The winning ticket will be drawn at the board meeting in May. Information: Connie Perry at 859-0096.


Linthicum Library news: "Storytime" for children ages 2-6 will be from Feb. 9 to March 17. Children will meet Wednesdays at 10 a.m. and Thursdays at 7 p.m.

Parents or care-givers are asked to accompany 2- and 3-year-olds, and may attend with their older children if the wish. The library is at the corner of Hammonds Ferry and Shipley roads.

Information: 222-6265.

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