Slide show will feature historic houses, places

NEIGHBORS

January 09, 1995|By ROSALIE M. FALTER

The county's historic sites planner will present a slide program on historic houses and locations at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at a meeting of the Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights.

Donna M. Ware has had 16 years experience in historic preservation, the last seven in the county. She is the author of "Anne Arundel County Legacy -- The Historic Properties of Anne Arundel County," and "Green Glades and Sooty Gob Piles: the Maryland Region's Industrial and Architectural Past" to be published by the Maryland Historical Trust.

Ms. Ware holds a bachelor's degree in history from Emory and Henry College and a master's degree in American Studies/Historical Preservation from the George Washington University. She is married to Al Luckenbach, county archaeologist.

The International Pot Luck Luncheon will follow the program.

The program is sponsored by the Literature and Drama Committee, and the Arts and Crafts Committee will play host at the luncheon. Each member should bring a dish that will serve at least four people.

For more information, call Marge Holmes, publicity chairwoman, at 859-5939.

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Learning for Life Adult Education sponsored by the county's Office of Continuing Education has scheduled classes at North County High School.

There is a wide range of subjects to choose from: Calligraphy I and II, Flower Arranging, Country Crafts and Gifts, Quilting for Beginners, Quick and Easy Machine Quilting, Quilted Vest and Jacket, Office Management I and II, Ballroom Dance II, Sign Language I, German I, and Woodworking I and II. In computer education, introductory courses are offered in personal computers, WordPerfect 5.1, Windows 3.1, and Macintosh/Performa.

Enrollment is open to anyone 18 or older. The best way to register is to mail in a registration form by Feb. 10. There is walk-in registration before classes begin on Feb. 21 and 22, but most courses are filled by then.

To obtain information on the time and dates of classes or to request a registration form, call the Continuing Education Office at 222-5385 or 222-5389.

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Order forms for the Market Day Food Co-op sponsored by the Home/School Association of St. Philip Neri School are available, Wednesday. They are due back to the school office Jan. 17.

Food ordered is available for pick up from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Jan. 31 in the school lobby.

Information on this program and order forms are available in the back of the church, in the school office, or by calling Cindy Showalter at 768-1365.

* St. Philip Neri School will be closed Jan. 16 in observance of Martin Luther King Day.

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A representative from the Federal Aviation Administration will be at the monthly meeting of the Linthicum-Shipley Improvement Association at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Linthicum Elementary School. The representative will discuss safety procedures, air traffic patterns and FAA responsibilities at Baltimore-Washngton International Airport.

For information, please call Susan Hrybyk at 850-4576.

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The next Bible study for the Ferndale United Methodist Women will take place at 7 p.m. tonight at the home of member Esther Foster.

Rededication for club members will take place at 7 p.m., tomorrow when the club gathers for its monthly meeting at the church, 117 Ferndale Road. All are invited.

For information, please call the church office at 761-2880.

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