Student art on display at Pascal Senior Center


September 07, 1994|By BONITA FORMWALT

Pastels, oils and watercolors -- more than 50 works of art from students at the Pascal Senior Center will be on display this month at the North County Library.

The artists will discuss their work at a reception from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday at the library, 1010 Eastway.

A limited number of paintings will be available for sale.

Part of Anne Arundel Community College's continuing education program, the art classes are taught by local artist Martha Lenhoff. Some of the artists have been studying with Lenhoff for 10 years.

"Everyone takes the class for a difference reason. For some it's a hobby, for others it's a chance to continue something they enjoyed in high school," Lenhoff said. "Some begin by saying they can't paint at all and turn out to be wonderful."

For information on the exhibit, call the library at 222-6270.


The Marley Middle School PTA is starting the new school year searching for a slate of new officers. By scheduling the elections now, the PTA hopes to encourage more sixth-grade parents to take an active role.

Nominations are being accepted for president, second vice president in charge of membership, secretary and treasurer.

Elections are scheduled for "Back To School Night" Sept. 20 at 7 p.m.

One of the PTA's more popular activities, the first after-school dance of the year, begins 3 p.m. on Sept. 14. Open to Marley Middle students, the $2 admission tickets will be sold during lunch on Monday and Wednesday.

Volunteers are needed to help chaperon, monitor the halls and sell refreshments.

For information on the election, dance or to volunteer, call the school office at 761-0934.


"Biblical Distinctives of Baptists and Their Historical Development" is the message of a Bible conference scheduled this weekend at Temple Baptist Church, 15 Old Stage Road.

Dr. David Beale -- author, minister and teacher -- will be the keynote speaker.

The two-day seminar begins Saturday with a morning session scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon, followed by an evening session from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

On Sunday, the seminar continues with an 11 a.m. session. The concluding session is scheduled from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.

For information, call the church office at 761-4309.


Katherine Wick, reading resource teacher at Point Pleasant Elementary School, will address members of the Point Pleasant-Shoreland Improvement Association at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Church of the Good Shepherd, 1451 Furnace Ave.

Wick will discuss new methods to improve reading and writing skills. In the past three years, the PPSIA has donated money for a computer, software and reading material to the school.

Other items on the agenda include nominations for the association's elections.

Members are asked to bring nonperishable food items for donation to an area food bank.


Parish members at Holy Trinity Catholic Church are preparing for RENEW, a program to help reaffirm Catholic values.

Before Mass on Saturday and Sunday, greeters will be available to explain the program and assist with registration.

Scheduled to begin Oct. 2, RENEW offers participants the opportunity to pray, reflect and share faith experiences with others in small groups.

For additional information, call the parish center at 766-5070.


After nine long days of classes, students can enjoy a well-deserved respite at a "Back To School" dance from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Friday at the Country Club Recreation Association hall on Paul Marr Drive.

Admission is $2.50 for youth 6 through 14. Refreshments will be sold all evening. All proceeds will benefit the club swim team.

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