Places of worship plan for Passover and Holy Week


March 24, 1994|By SALLY BUCKLER

Passover greetings from our house to yours. Passover begins at sundown Saturday.

This Palm Sunday, area churches will observe the day with religious ceremonies and church members invite you to join them.

At 8:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. Sunday, St. Andrew's Church worshiping at Union Chapel will have the blessing of the palms, Holy Eucharist and a narrative reading of the Passion of Jesus Christ.

Plan for Maundy Thursday supper with the church in the 4-H building at the Howard County Fairgrounds March 31.

The simple family Lenten supper will begin at 6 p.m., and the group will celebrate the Last Supper at 7 p.m.

Call Harry Brunett at 489-4035.

Linden-Linthicum United Methodist Church in Clarksville will hold services at 9:30 and 11 a.m. Sunday. You can hear Palm Sunday music by the church's double trio and the Children's Tone Chimes at these services. Phone 531-5653.

Glenelg United Methodist Church will have Palm Sunday services at 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. with the choir singing a Palm Sunday Cantata. Phone 489-7260.

Members and guests at Shepherd of the Glen Lutheran Church in Glenwood will begin worship this Sunday with a palm procession outside the building.

Cara Dwyer, Andrew Hunt and Eric Krause will receive confirmation. After worship, all will share in a coffee hour in their honor.

On Holy Thursday evening, March 31, the congregation will gather for a communion worship and liturgy.

The children's Easter party at Shepherd of the Glen is from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday for children between the ages of 2 and 12.

Bring a small Easter basket with you for the egg hunt and enjoy a new Easter video, crafts, and refreshments. Phone 442-1204.

St. Louis Catholic Church in Clarksville will have a Mass of the Lord's Supper at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the main church. Phone 531-6040.


Nonstop music reverberated in the auditorium and music rooms of Glenelg High School last weekend. Bands from all the high schools in Carroll and Howard counties proudly played their best music in the annual District VIII Band Festival. Glenelg High School Music Department played host for the event.

After a short warm-up period in the choral music room, each band went to the auditorium stage to play three prepared pieces selected by their band directors from approved lists.

The Glenelg Symphonic Band, under the direction of Barry Enzman, again played a stellar performance of difficult music and brought the large crowd of well wishers to their feet.

Each band followed its performance with a trip to the band room for a sight reading assessment, designed to prove how well the young musicians understand music. Glenelg High School's band again received the highest rating possible in the combined events.


Practices begin soon for the April 30 Western Howard County baseball league opening day. There are openings for girls ages 9 and 10, but all other divisions are full. Call 313-5420 for more information.

If you always wanted to be the one who yelled "Play ball!," call Kim Hightower. She is in charge of umpires for the Western Howard County Youth Baseball and Softball Leagues.

Kim needs a few more men and women to officiate games for 8- to 13-year-old boys and girls. You need no experience for this part-time job; the league provides training and equipment.

Call Kim at 988-9210 evenings after 6 p.m.


It's fun and frolic time at Glenelg High School as students and staff participate in the annual Variety Show at 8 p.m. Friday.

For $5 you can enjoy a great evening of talent and laughs. The Jazz Band and many other groups will perform.

Phone 313-5528 for more information.


Tomorrow is kite day at Bushy Park Elementary School.

Children in grades one through five will wear red, yellow or blue to coordinate with the kites they made in art class.

This month's citizens of the month at Bushy Park are second-grader Sean Read and fifth- grader Trevor Jones.


Glenelg Country School is preparing for a big birthday party. The school is celebrating its 40th birthday this spring.

Organizers have planned an all-school bash, a black tie dinner and a family barbecue for the weekend of May 20 and 21.

Party planners invite you to submit photos, stories and memorabilia from the school's 40 years to add to the party.

If you would like to become a party patron for a $40 contribution or have memorabilia to submit, contact Stuart Terry at Glenelg Country School, P.O. Box 190, Glenelg, 21737.


Spring clean for the Spring Fling is the call of the organizers of the flea market for the Clarksville Elementary School's Spring Fling. Each year the school has a huge festival, and the outdoor flea market is a great place to sell your "collectible clutter." Call Sari Garbis at 531-6456 to rent a space.


The Howard County Elementary School band concert last Thursday was wonderful. The band played six pieces flawlessly, though many of their rehearsals were canceled due to our winter weather. From Pointers Run Elementary School, Christina Bonebreak, Shannon Curtin and Blake Narr added their talents to the group.

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