Golf open to benefit Jenkins Memorial Church's building fund

NEIGHBORS

March 25, 1994|By PEG ADAMARCZYK

Jenkins Memorial Church will have its first golf open, starting at 7:30 a.m. May 23, at Rocky Point Golf Course in Baltimore County. Players and sponsors are needed.

Tournament proceeds will benefit the church's sanctuary building fund.

"This tournament will help our efforts in one of the most aggressive building programs that we have ever taken on," said the Rev. Robert Douglas.

The $60 entry fee includes greens fee and carts, gifts and prizes, a continental breakfast, outdoor luncheon at the 10th tee and a bull roast at the end of the day's competition.

A 1994 car will be awarded to the first player scoring a hole-in-one on the fourth hole. Prizes will be awarded in other contests throughout the tournament.

USGA rules will apply.

Golfers must register and pay by April 30.

Information: John Taylor, 388-4132 (days), 360-0934 (evenings).

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The Northeast High School PTSA is sponsoring an outdoor bake sale from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. tomorrow in front of the Country Peddler in Pastore's Plaza.

An assortment of homemade goodies will be available. Proceeds will benefit the scholarship fund.

The PTSA also has announced openings in its nominating committee.

The committee will accept nominations during April and conduct elections in May, Northeast PTSA President Linda Tetrault said.

Volunteers must be members of the school PTSA.

Information: Dana Glover, 255-0363.

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The foreign language department at Chesapeake High School is sponsoring a monthly Market Day fund-raising food co-op to benefit the foreign language program.

Market Day offers an assortment of meats, gourmet steaks, seafood, sweets, entrees, pizza, deli and dairy, fruits and veggies. Many items are nationally known and are offered at competitive prices.

This month's order must be placed by Monday. Pickup is scheduled from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. April 14 in the school cafeteria.

Market Day has gotten off to a great start, with profits going toward the purchase of a printer, computer materials, and audiovisual materials for use in foreign language classes at CHS, school spokeswoman Shirley Santora said.

Information: Shirley Santora, 255-9600, Ext. 240 during school hours.

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The Mountain Road Soccer Association is accepting applications for Division I coaches for the 1994 fall season.

Coaches also are needed for junior clinic, clinic and county-level teams.

Applications must be received by April 11.

Information: 360-1480.

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Parents are invited to attend a series of drug workshops on Wednesdays, April 6 to 27, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the High Point Elementary School Parent Involvement Center.

The program, "Raise Our Children Drug Free," is based on a series of videos designed to give parents the knowledge and skills necessary to help their children achieve a drug-free passage into adulthood.

School counselor Diane Holmes will lead a discussion group after each session.

Homework assistance and child care will be available.

Information: Diane Holmes, 222-6455.

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The Pasadena Early Learning Center at Pasadena United Methodist Church, 61 Ritchie Highway, is accepting registrations for 3-, 4- and 5-year-olds for the 1994-95 school year.

The 3-year-old class meets on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Four-year-olds attend on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons. Five year-olds attend morning classes Mondays through Fridays.

The school adheres to the policy of providing children with a loving and safe environment in which to learn, work and play, center spokeswoman Becky Batta said. The school is state accredited and is staffed by qualified early-childhood teachers.

The curriculum includes language arts skills, social skills, math readiness, science, art, music and motor activities.

Registration and class fee vary.

& Information: 647-3090.

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