Campaign 1994

ELECTION BRIEFS

August 28, 1994

Pig roast fund-raiser planned for Dell

The Dell family will have a pig roast to benefit the re-election of Commissioner Donald Dell at 6 p.m. Sept. 8 at the Dell family homestead, 1338 Sullivan Road, Westminster.

The Finksburg Lowland Bluegrass Band will play and the Chamelin-Frazier Gospel Quartet will sing.

The menu will include Leroy Schaefer's reserve grand champion fitting and showing pig that Mr. Dell bought at the Carroll County Fair livestock auction the first week of August.

A $15 donation for adults is requested to the event. Tickets are available from Gary Dell, 848-6974; Robin Frazier, 374-5291; Sandy Gover, 861-8216; or Robert Borland, 875-2865.

2 District 5 Democrats back gun control plan

Two Democratic candidates from District 5 have said they support a gun control plan written by Marylanders Against Handgun Abuse.

Cynthia Huggins Cummings of Silver Run, who is running for the Senate seat, and Ellen L. Willis of Westminster, a candidate for a House of Delegates seat, support Marylanders Against Handgun Abuse's position, according to a news release from the lobbying group.

Marylanders Against Handgun Abuse advocates limiting the number of handguns an individual may receive per year, expanding the list of banned assault weapons and licensing prospective buyers of handguns and handgun ammunition.

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