Retired officers' wives club will hold a brunch


August 16, 1994|By VICKI WELLFORD

The Fort Meade Retired Officers' Wives Club will begin its 1994-1995 year Sept. 6 with a welcoming brunch by the executive board.

The get-together will be at the Fort Meade Officers Club at 10 a.m.

Reservations are required and can be made by calling a member of the reservation committee. The members of the reservation committee are: Louise Giddings of Severna Park, (410) 647-0945; Thelma Johnson of Bowie, (301) 464-1006; Ann Wagley of Crofton, (410) 721-0326; Leslie Jagiello of Annapolis, (410) 224-1192; Lillian Cease of Severna Park, (410) 647-6379; Lucy Coghill of Crofton, (410) 721-7709; Lucille Simms of Laurel, (301) 776-4048; Mary Jane Trudell of Odenton, (410) 672-0179; Kay Dempsey of Millersville, (410) 987-1773; Helen Smith of Columbia, (410) 465-5474.

Membership in the club is extended to spouses, widows and widowers of retired officers, and to retired officers of all branches of the military services.

* At 11:30 a.m. Nov. 13, the club will hold a Husband Appreciation Brunch at the Fort Meade Officers Club.

Call Norma Thompson at (410) 987-4868 for reservations.


The O'Malley Senior Center, 1275 Odenton Road, will hold registration for the fall session of the Anne Arundel Community College Continuing Education classes from 10 a.m. until noon from Sept. 6 to 16.

Classes offered include: oil painting, portrait class, drawing, watercolors, tole painting-folk art, ceramics, duck carving and painting, sewing, aerobics, stretch exercise, armchair exercise, yoga, current issues, conversational French and conversational Spanish.

For more information on these and other classes offered at the center, call 222-6227 or 621-9515.

The Board of Education programs -- Adult Basic Education and English for Speakers of Other Languages -- will resume at the center on Sept. 12. These classes will continue through the school year on Mondays and Wednesdays from noon to 2 p.m.

Any senior citizen, 55 years of age or over, interested in registering for either of these programs may do so by calling the center at 222-6227 or 621-9515.


The West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce is having a "Women's Networking Social" at 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at the Odenton Elementary School.

The evening will give chamber members a chance to discuss common interests and problems over desserts and hear a guest speaker. Dr. I. Jean Pastula will lead participants on an inward journey, investigating three techniques that will assist logic, motivation and creativity.

Topics for subsequent meetings -- scheduled quarterly -- will be determined Sept. 8.

There is no charge to participate, but reservations are necessary. Call the chamber office, 672-3422, by Sept. 7.


Three drivers from Odenton are among the top 30 drivers this season at Potomac Speedway in St. Mary's County. Roy Deese Jr., is ranked third, Ray Reichard is ninth and Barry Lear is 30th.

These men put a lot of time and money into the sport to hone their skills, and believe me, it's necessary. The drivers average 75 mph and will exceed 100 mph on occasion as they speed around the 3/8 -mile clay oval.

Potomac Speedway has races Friday and Saturday.

All three of our neighbors have missed some of the races in a season that began March 26, and one of them got a late jump. I'll bet if they had made all of their starts, their standings might have been even even higher.

Congratulations to Roy, Ray and Barry.

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