Democratic club to hold dance, award costume prizes



Halloween is right around the corner and now is the time for young and old alike to start making plans to celebrate this scary holiday.

The Roland Terrace Democratic Club will sponsor a Halloween dance from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Oct. 29 at the club, 619 Matthers Ave. Music will be provided by the Monaldi Brothers. Tickets cost $8 per person and cover admission, a platter, beer, set-ups and soda. Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes.

Call 636-1504 for tickets or more information.


The Arundel Improvement Association has scheduled its Halloween party from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 29. Children up to age 11 are invited to attend in their favorite costumes, which will be judged in four categories: funniest, prettiest, scariest and most original.

Prizes will be awarded to all winners.

The association also would like to thank all the volunteers who worked very hard to make this year's crab feast a success.


Harbor Hospital Center again this year is offering free Halloween safety bags for community groups. The silver reflective bags contain tips from McGruff, the crime-fighting dog. To obtain bags for your group, call 354-9660.


Entertainment '95 books are being offered by the choir of St. John Lutheran Church to raise money.

The books contain coupons for discounts at restaurants, movie theaters, plays and cultural events.

The books, which cost $35, are good for one year. For more information, call 355-7295.


Brooklyn Park Elementary School's PTA will hold an open house at 7 p.m. tomorrow in the cafeteria. Parents are invited to meet their children's teachers and to hear an overall review of the year's curriculum.

The art department is asking for donations of plastic and paper grocery bags, bottles, panty hose "eggs" and long tubes from wrapping paper.


The PTA executive board at Belle Grove Elementary School will meet at 6 p.m. tomorrow. A general PTA meeting will follow at 7 p.m. in the multipurpose room. Students in Cynthia McDuffie's first grade will recite the Pledge of Allegiance and sing a song. Second-grade teacher Diane Jafari will make arrangements to meet with parents at another time because she cannot attend the open house.

All fund-raising orders and money are due tomorrow. School pictures will be taken Wednesday.


Park Elementary School's PTO will sponsor its open house night at 7 p.m. tomorrow. Parents may meet their children's teachers.


Congratulations to Jennifer Bilheimer and Reno Owens, who were crowned homecoming queen and king at North County High School during the Oct. 1 football game.

Runners-up were Sarianne Leigh and Tweety Barton.

The school's band will march in the Autumn Glory Festival Parade in Cumberland on Saturday.

Band members will begin their pizza and sub sale fund-raiser today. They will sell Joe Corbi pizzas and cold-cut subs. Choose from pepperoni, sausage, wheat, cheese or fruit pizzas and bread sticks. Delivery will be Oct. 29. Proceeds will help pay for the band's spring trip to Atlanta.

Call the school at 222-6970 or contact a band member to place an order.


Attention, crafters. The North County High School Parents' Club still has tables available for its annual craft show, scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 12 at the school.

Tables rent for $30 apiece. Call 761-1784 before Oct. 30 if you are interested in selling your crafts at the show.

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