Athletic association to hold end-of-season dance



Dance! Dance! Dance!

Brooklyn Park Youth Athletic Association will be having its "End of the Season" dance from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. on Friday at the Roland Terrace Democratic Club, 619 Matthews Ave.

Live music will be performed by Zacariah. Beer and set-ups are included. Tickets are $12 per person in advance and $15 at the door. Tables that seat 20 people can also be reserved.

For tickets or more information, call 636-5190.


Brooklyn Park Youth Athletic Association will have a T-ball, softball and baseball tournament beginning July 1 and continuing through July 14 (excluding July 4).

Age groups for softball will be 7 to 8, 9 to 10, 11 to 12 and under 16. Baseball will consist of 7 to 8, 9 to 10, 11 to 12 and 13 to 14. Teams are limited to a 15-player roster. Registration is $80 for T-ball and 7 to 8 teams, $135 for all others.

Sign up now by calling 636-5190 for baseball and 636-1157 for softball.


Here we are again starting another "fun-filled" summer. The young ones are out of school and demanding to be entertained.

If you are looking for ways to keep them amused and also continue their education, check out the Brooklyn Park branch of the public library at 1 East 11th Ave.

The library's Summer Reading Program begins today and continues through Aug. 20.

This program, for children entering grades one through six in the fall, is nine weeks of great books, activities, special events and prizes.

Pick up your Summer Reading Starter Kit when you register and then stop by the library each week for new books and activity sheets. Events will include magic, dinosaurs, cartooning, snakes and authors.

Read five, 10, 20, 30 and 40 books and earn coupons for Little Caesars, 7-Eleven Slurpees, Friendly's, Wendy's and McDonald's. You could also win

tickets to Busch Gardens, B & O Railroad Museum or the Babe Ruth Museum.

Everyone who registers will receive a pass to the Baltimore Zoo (while supplies last). So keep cool and drop by the library today and get started on your summer reading.


Brooklyn Park Elementary School news: Congratulations to the students who received special recognition at their sixth-grade promotional exercises.

Receiving the Willard E. Tignor Helping Hand Award were: Nisa Mehta, first place; Linda Parks, second place; and Keith Kuchera, third place.

The Rev. Salters Burgess Humanitarian Award was presented to: Christina Moore, first place; Pamela Kirby, second place; and Brandi Schickton, third place.

Melvin S. Greenberg Good Citizenship Award went to: Kristina Lloyd, first place; Jeffrey Gembicki, second place; and Troy Phillips, third place.

George E. Surgeon Scholastic Achievement Award was given to: Pamela Kirby, first place; Troy Phillips, second place; and Laura Jones, third place.


The summer worship schedule goes into effect Sunday at St. John Lutheran Church, 226 Washburn Ave. Holy Communion will be offered each Sunday at 9:30 a.m.

There will be only one service on Sundays until September.


Community Advocates for Senior Opportunities and Services (CASOS), a senior citizens organization in Anne Arundel County, will observe 25 years of service with a luncheon on June 28.

The festivities will run from noon until 2 p.m. at the Earleigh Heights Fire Hall, 161 Ritchie Highway.

CASOS clubs around the county bring seniors 55 and older together for recreation, social events, trips and much more. CASOS also helps seniors with emergency food and money for medical bills and utilities. Tickets are free and will be distributed by the presidents of local CASOS clubs.

Information: 789-2192.


Harbor Hospital Center news: The free 1994 edition of the Hospital Physician Directory is still available. The 60-page booklet lists physicians by specialty and by ZIP Code.

In conjunction with the directory, the hospital offers a free physician referral service. The referral coordinator can help you identify a primary care physician or specialist within your community. The referral service also provides information about office hours and insurance plans accepted. To receive a directory or for more information, call 347-3840.

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