With onset of spring, get into your swing

NEIGHBORS

March 01, 1994|By VICKI WELLFORD

Spend some spring mornings learning the game of golf or brushing up on your strokes with Anne Arundel Community College instructor Ed Dosek.

Dosek will provide pointers on seven consecutive Tuesday mornings beginning April 5. Classes will run from 10 a.m. to noon.

The first lesson will be at the O'Malley Senior Center, 1275 Odenton Road, with other lessons scheduled for the Fort Meade Golf Course and the Severna Park driving range.

There is no charge, but registration is required.

* Yvonne Hicks will speak at the O'Malley center at 10 a.m. March 22 about "Life Line," the county Department of Aging's Telephone Assurance Program. Hicks will explain how this free program, conducted by volunteers, provides a daily check-up call to elderly residents who live alone.

* The senior center also is sponsoring a seminar on estate planning from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. March 25.

Local lawyer Ray Van Sweringen will explain an estate plan using the living trust as the primary vehicle to save money. He will explain how a living trust avoids probate and guardianship, speeds distribution of funds, can reduce or eliminate taxes and can provide for you during periods of disability. There is no fee for this program, however registration is required.

* The center is accepting registration for the Anne Arundel Community College/Continuing Education Classes, Cycle IV, through March 11 from 9 a.m. to noon.

The center is offering a wide range of courses in the arts (oil painting, drawing, watercolor and portraiture), languages (beginning and intermediate French and Spanish), creative arts (ceramics, decorative stitchery and sewing) and physical fitness (low-impact aerobics, morning stretch, armchair exercise, ballroom dance, tap dancing and yoga).

There is no tuition for seniors 60 years and older, although there is a registration fee of $20 for the 10-week cycle.

For information on any O'Malley program, call 222-6227 or 621-9515.

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Faith Community Church of Gambrills, 1306 Waugh Chapel

Road, is having its Ladies' Spring Luncheon at 10 a.m. March 12.

Members will be making a spring craft. The fee is approximately $4. Guest speaker will be Carrie Foldberg. Please bring a hot glue gun and scissors and a covered dish or dessert. A nursery will be provided.

For information, please call 672-3698.

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The Fort Meade Officers' Wives Club has scheduled a Big Band Cruise aboard the Mississippi Queen March 16-23.

The ship will set sail from New Orleans and travel to Natchez, Vicksburg, St. Francisville and Baton Rouge.

For information and reservations, call Betty Juba at 721-2494.

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Handcrafted items will be on display at more than 100 booths when the Arundel Spring Craft Fair opens its doors March 12 at Arundel Senior High School.

The show will run from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., rain or shine.

Food prepared by Arundel band members will be sold in the cafeteria. Baby-sitting by Key Club members will be available for children ages 1-6 in the Kids Room.

The school is at 1001 Annapolis Road in Gambrills.

Information: Carol Myers 923-6677.

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Cub Scout Pack 269 recently

had an advancement and awards ceremony at Four Seasons Elementary School.

Cubmaster Mark Hagensick presented the Arrow of Light to Mark Tyler and Sean Linton.

Webelos citizen activity badges were presented to Brett Bosher, Joe Danahy, Brad Hurst, Michael Innes, Bart Maxwell, Max Seaton, Marty Shatzer and Tyler.

Innes also received a traveler activity badge and Tyler was given an artist badge.

Innes and Tyler also received a Compass Point device.

Sports awards were presented to Jimmy McColgan, basketball belt loop; and Reginald Parker and Nathaniel White, fishing belt loop.

Mark Hagensick received a music belt loop.

The pack is sponsored by the Four Seasons Women's Club. For more information, please contact Mark Hagensick 721-0411.

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