Woman's Club will hold prayer breakfast at Linthicum Heights


February 21, 1994|By ROSALIE M. FALTER

The Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights will have its annual prayer breakfast at 9:30 a.m. March 9 in the Linthicum Heights United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall.

The speaker will be Susan White-Bowden, a native Marylander and prize-winning journalist who has received awards for her work in television, radio and newspapers. For 22 years she was a reporter-anchorwoman for WMAR-TV in Baltimore and is a nationally known speaker on youth suicide prevention and surviving loss.

Bowden is the author of three books, "Everything To Live For," "From a Healing Heart" and her 1992 book "Moonbeams Come At Dark Times," a humorous look at turning 50 in the '90s and the subject of her breakfast discussion.

The soloist will be Linda Lowe, a member of Harundale Presbyterian Church. A high school junior, Lowe sings in the church choir and began singing solos at the age of 3. She will sing two pieces, "Rejoice in the Lord" and "Wind Beneath My Wings."

The club will honor two of its members, preschool teachers Brenda Stevens and Jane Soverns, for their contribution to the community. Stevens has taught for 20 years and Soverns for 25 years.

Profits from the prayer breakfast will be divided between Hearth House in Landsdowne and Sarah's House at Fort Meade.

Tickets are $5. Reservations are required by March 4. Call 850-4630 or 859-0126.


Third-graders at Linthicum Elementary School will sponsor a Crazy Hat Night at Burger King on Nursery Road, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday.

Linthicum Elementary students who wear crazy hats will be eligible for door prizes such as visors, painters caps and school supplies. Students will receive a free homework pass.

Shake off the winter blahs and come to Burger King for a fun time to help support Linthicum's Parent Teacher Association. Burger King will donate 20 percent of its sales Thursday night to the PTA. Proceeds will be used for class picnics.


The Ferndale Community Club is looking for participants for its flea market and crafts sale on March 26 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Those interested in renting a table inside for $8 or an outside table for $5 should call chairwoman Cecelia Hall, 859-1795.


The Ferndale Linthicum Area Community Council urges all vendors and community organizations planning to participate in Ferndale Day to attend an organizational meeting at 7:30 p.m. on March 9 at the senior center, 7205 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. Ferndale Day will be May 15.


The Ferndale Garden Club will present a little intrigue for its members at the 8 p.m. meeting tomorrow at the Ferndale Senior Center. Members will bring handmade crafts hidden in paper bags and will hold a "Mystery Auction."

Guests and prospective members are invited. For information, call Shirley Hertz at 761-8045.

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