Let's hope Memorial Day weekend weather is a sign of the times


June 02, 1994|By JONI GUHNE

With a Memorial Day weekend of perfect weather like we just experienced, who could ask for anything more?

Well, there are a couple of dates in July that I would like to have taken under consideration for more of the same. Please.


The Greater Severna Park Council has hung blue ribbons on several park locations that look even better than up to snuff.

Topping the list is the Post Office, whose narrow gardens have been maintained for years by the Severna Park Kiwanis Club in general and Ralph and Shirley Glasgow in particular.

Also, among the who's who in landscaping are the Severn River Garden Club, for its work at the Severna Park Railroad Station, Mama Talis restaurant, Severna Park Flowers and Gifts, Festival Shopping Center, the Carr Building, and the Shell gas stations at Robinson, McKinsey and Benfield roads.

For information, contact Louis Cockerill at 544-4463.


Severna Park Middle School chorus students earned hugs and kisses from the judges at a regional competition in late May in Hershey, Pa.

Chorus director Kathy Gabriele says that the 112-member seventh- and eighth-grade mixed choir, took first place with a rating of superior and won the Judges' Choice Award for highest overall score in the choral division.

The sixth-grade treble choir won first place and a rating of superior. After the competition, the singers headed for Hershey Park.


Our Shepherd Lutheran Church is switching gears this week and beginning its summer schedule. From now until Sept. 11, there will be one Sunday service at 9:30 a.m., and starting next week, a Thursday service at 7:30 p.m.

The plan is very accommodating. Hymns, lessons, sermons and

themes will be the same on Thursday as the following Sunday.

Information: 647-1658.


Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis is asking for volunteers to help maintain its formal gardens, and also has plenty of suggestions for Scout troops looking for service projects.

Contact Park Ranger Sharon Alfinito at 222-1777.


Roll up your sleeves for the next blood drive at Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church.

The drive will be from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. on June 29. Information: 647-5733.


There are several ways you can make a difference and help cancer programs and research.

* Take your pick of golf clubs to play during the month of June and support the American Cancer Society.

The "Longest Day of Golf" (inspired by June 21) will be played at Walden Country Club in Crofton on June 21, Bay Hills Golf Club in Arnold on June 22, and at Eisenhower Golf Course near Annapolis on a date not announced.

For details, call 721-4304.

* Want a sketch of you or your kids involved in your favorite hobby? Chris McPherson of Caricatures by Chris will do just that on June 11 at the American Cancer Society's Discovery Shop.

The cost is a mere $2, and all proceeds benefit the cancer society.

Information: 544-0568.


The county library is presenting a series of programs to give your child a chance to talk to three authors of children's books.

Annapolis resident Priscilla Cummings, author of the "Chadwick the Crab" series, will speak at the Severna Park branch at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. July 14.

Former circus clown David Wisniewski will speak at two library branches.

The Bowie resident will be at the North County branch across from Harundale Mall at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. on June 29, and at 3 p.m., June 30 at the Linthicum branch.

H.M. Hoover, a fantasy and science fiction writer for older children will appear at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m., July 12 at the Odenton branch, and 2 p.m. and 3 p.m., July 14 at the Broadneck branch.

Seating is limited at these free events. For a complete list of appearance times and places, call 222-7371.

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