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October 02, 1994

Amoss supporters to hold roast, rally

Citizens for William H. "Bill" Amoss will have a Country Bull Roast and Rally from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. today at Bill and Marilyn's Farm in Upper Crossroads, north of Fallston.

Heartbreak Station will provide music, and a clown will be on hand to entertain the children.

Admission is $20, free for children 12 and under.

The farm is at 2535 Baldwin Mill Road (Route 165), half a mile south of Route 152 at Upper Crossroads.

For ticket information, call Donna Dennis at 398-9158 or 879-7272.

Glendening committee to meet in Bel Air

The Harford County Committee for Parris Glendening will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at its headquarters, 126 S. Main St., Bel Air.

Information: Carolyn Evans, 893-7505.

Del. Harkins to hold business breakfast

Del. Jim Harkins will have a business breakfast from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Wednesday at Logo's Restaurant, 2403 Belair Road, Fallston.

The menu includes fresh sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, fruit, muffins, potatoes, doughnuts, pastries, juice and coffee.

Rocky Worcester, president of the Maryland Business for Responsive Government, will be guest speaker.

Tickets are $20.

Information: (410) 692-5510 or (410) 836-1437.

Scott Williams backers to hold fund-raiser

Citizens to Elect Scott Williams will have a fund-raiser at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Almost Family Adult Day Care, 1311 Continental Drive, in the Emmorton Business Park on Route 7 across from William Paca Elementary School.

Mr. Williams is a Republican candidate for the Maryland House of Delegates, District 34.

L Tickets are $20 per person and may be purchased at the door.

Information: 569-7298.

Joe Meadows endorsed by police union

Joe Meadows, the Republican candidate for sheriff in the November general election, recently won the endorsement of the Aberdeen Police Union.

Kenneth Cox, the union's president, cited Mr. Meadows' law enforcement background and budget experience.

"The many police officers who have worked closely with Joe protecting the citizens of Aberdeen believe that as sheriff he will serve the citizens of Harford County well," Mr. Cox said.

CAMPAIGN 1994

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