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CARROLL COUNTY BRIEFS

September 06, 1994

DNR schedule offers limited permits

The Department of Natural Resources, State Forest and Park Service, has announced the 1994 managed hunting program at Morgan Run Natural Environment Area and the bow hunting program at Patapsco Valley State Park.

The Morgan Run program is for whitetail deer without antlers by permit only.

Bowhunting will be allowed Wednesdays through Saturdays only from Nov. 2-25. Muzzleloader hunting will be allowed Dec. 5-10 and Dec. 17-24. Only 10 permits will be issued for each day.

At Patapsco Valley State Park, whitetail deer may be hunted from Oct. 17 to Jan. 31 at these areas: the Raincliffe tract, the Fenwick/Cauthorn tract and the Henryton tract. Sixteen hunters will be allowed to hunt per day.

Permits for both areas will be issued by a public lottery drawing.

A $5 application fee is charged per permit. Those interested can send a 3-by-5-inch card to Patapsco Valley State Park Headquarters, 8020 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City 21043.

The card must include the hunter's name, address, daytime telephone, hunting license number and up to three dates in order of preference, plus a photocopy of the hunter's license and appropriate stamps as required by law.

Information: (410) 461-5005.

Rescue Mission celebrates anniversary

The Westminster Rescue Mission will hold its 26th anniversary banquet Sept. 16 at Frock's Sunnybrook Farm on Bond Street, Westminster.

Former Baltimore Oriole Pat Kelly will be guest speaker.

Mr. Kelly is executive director of Life Line Ministries, an evangelistic nondenominational work.

Dirk Staub will be guest soloist and master of ceremonies.

Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the banquet will begin at 6:30 p.m.

Tickets are required.

Information: 848-2222.

Westminster Fallfest includes golf contest

The Westminster Fallfest, scheduled for Sept. 22-25, will include a golf tournament sponsored by The Sun for Carroll County, on Sept. 23 at Western Maryland Golf Course.

The tournament will offer morning and afternoon shotgun starts, with prizes awarded after each round and a buffet lunch at noon for golfers.

Entry fee is $40 and includes greens fees, cart and buffet.

Contests, refreshments and prizes will be available throughout the day.

The event is limited to 100 players, with proceeds going to Carroll Hospice.

Registration is required.

Information: 848-6962 or 876-1313.

Brethren Center plans anniversary celebration

The Brethren Service Center in New Windsor will celebrate its 50th anniversary of world service Sunday with an open house and buffet luncheon from noon to 2:30 p.m.

The afternoon's activities will include program tours and displays from noon to 3 p.m., a buffet from noon to 2:30 p.m. and a formal closing service at 3 p.m.

Guest speaker will be Jo Luck Cargile, executive director of the Heifer Project International (HPI).

New Windsor was an early collection site of livestock being shipped to Europe for the Heifer Project. Cowboys also awaited departure from there.

For this celebration, the HPI Atlantic South Regional Office at New Windsor will display cowboy memorabilia and several cowboys will share stories of activities with the organization.

The International Gift Shop and Peace Place Book Store also will be open.

Reservations are required by Friday for the buffet lunch.

The cost is $7.50 per person, and $4 for children 3 to 6 years old.

Information: 635-8717.

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