Slayton House plans Bingo/Splashdown next week


January 11, 1995|By LARRY STURGILL

Slayton House, in Wilde Lake Village Center, will present its annual Bingo/Splashdown School's Out Program on Jan. 20.

The program is recommended for children ages 6 to 12. The day will start with bingo at Slayton House from 10 a.m. to noon, offering a variety of prizes.

From noon to 2 p.m., children can play at the Indoor Swim Center, where lunch will be provided.

After the swim, they will return to Slayton House for activities from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The cost for the entire day is $8 per child, including lunch.

Because of a limited number of spaces available, tickets must be purchased in advance at Slayton House. No phone reservations will be accepted.

For information, call Carole Black, Slayton House program coordinator, at 730-3987.


And, just so parents don't feel left out, Slayton House will present another of the very popular "Wilde Bingo Nights" on Jan. 20.

Everyone is welcome to enjoy a fun evening of bingo, with lots of cash prizes.

The activities start at 7:30 p.m. Game cards will be available at the door for 25 cents each, or five for $1. Refreshments will be available.

No reservations are required. Call 730-3987 for information.


Congratulations to Dell Hufford, a student at Running Brook Elementary School. His poem, "Wish Upon a Star," was recently published in The Sun.

For those who missed it, here it is:

A motionless star tranquilly gazes at Earth

Along with his many brothers and sisters

Out in serene space

Thinking of the beauty

/# And how much he's like to visit.*

The Columbia Travel Club invites potential new members to its meeting tonight at the Howard County Central Library's meeting room.

Recent and future trips by individual club members will be discussed, and a short travel video will be shown.

For more information about the travel club, please call (301)



While on the subject of travel, Dorsey's Search resident Lynn Delcoria has returned from a holiday trip to Ixtapa, on Mexico's Pacific coast.

Since her return, she hasn't stopped raving about the great buys available in Mexico.

She made the trip with two friends, Sally Hespa and Regina Marks from Bethesda, and brought home many souvenirs.

Ms. Delcoria and her friends already are making plans to visit Mexico again next winter.

"We're thinking about Cancun," she says. "Or maybe Acapulco."


Country dance instructors Pat and Jim Davis are bringing the country line dance class back to Slayton House in Wilde Lake Village Center.

They will teach young and old alike the latest country dances, including the Matador, God Bless Texas and many others.

Classes will start Tuesday, from 7:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and run through Feb. 21.

The cost of the full six-week dance course is $30, or $6 per class for drop-in sessions.

To register, or for additional information, call 730-3987.


The Kahler Hall Book Club will hold its monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow.

If you have a passion for reading, are interested in meeting new friends, and enjoy stimulating discussion about books and their authors, please plan to attend.

A monthly reading selection chosen by the club membership is held on reserve at the Central Branch of the Howard County Library.

For more information, call 730-0770.


My apologies to the members of the Columbia Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.

Last week, I inadvertently gave the wrong date for its 20th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast.

The event was held last Sunday at the BWI Marriott Hotel and was attended by about 1,000 people.

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