Epiphany Episcopal plans country tea

NEIGHBORS

March 14, 1995|By VICKI WELLFORD

Epiphany Episcopal Church invites you to a country church tea. A full English tea will include scones, an assortment of tea sandwiches, trifle and a variety of teas.

The tea will be served from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday. The cost is $5.50 per person. The church is on Morgan Road, just off Route 175, at the Bank of Glen Burnie in Odenton.

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Cub Scout Pack 663, family members and guests recently gathered for the pack's annual Blue and Gold banquet. The Ladies Auxiliary of American Legion Post 276 provided a chicken dinner and local businesses the door prizes.

Cubmaster Linda Fonteneau presented Bobcat Badges to Jake Frisote and Aaron Tyszkiewicz. Jonathon Bither, Arnold Bush, Troy Wallace and James Thomas received Wolf Badges. Bear Badges were awarded to Clarence Allen, Jason Carter, Mark Shiffrin and Andrew Dobrzykowski from Bear Den 1 and Patrick Fulton, Mark Geineder, Patrick Kane and Jacob Pomerantz from Den 2.

A soccer belt loop, letter and adult partner pin went to Andrew Carter. Clarence Allen (2 silver), Andrew Carter (1 gold) and Mark Shiffrin (1 gold) won Whittling Chips. Readyman Badges were awarded to David Campbell, George Norris, Patrick Mullen, Bobby Yeager, Jeffrey Fonteneau, Kellen Alexander, William Yeaton, Chuck Snyder and Charles Grace. Tony McAllister, James St. Hilaire and Brian LaAsmar received Handyman and Readyman Badges.

Artist and Family Member Compass Point Devices went to Craig Pangle and Ben Nardone. C. J. French won Artist, Citizen, Family Member, Readyman and Scientist Compass Point Devices. Russell Cosner received Artist and Family Member Badges.

For information on Pack 663, contact Linda St. Hilaire at 969-5133.

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The O'Malley Senior Center, 1275 Odenton Road, is accepting registration for the next session of the Range of Motion (ROM) Exercise and Relaxation Program. The one-hour program, which starts at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, involves a slow, flowing progression of movements designed to maintain joint range of motion. Based on the ancient Chinese principles of tai chi, the exercise is performed while listening to relaxing music and a verse with images of water, light and friendship.

The combination of exercise and music is an approach to relaxation and pain management that has proved beneficial to people with arthritis. The program is free, but the exercise booklet and audio tape cost $10.00.

Class size is limited, therefore early registration is recommended. For further information, or to register please call 222-6227 or 621-9515.

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Family Development Communities and Odenton Elementary School have scheduled a child-care networking meeting and a women's networking social at the school, 1290 Odenton Road.

The child care meeting, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. tomorrow, will give child-care providers an opportunity to share ideas and experience. For more information, call 551-5208. The women's social, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, will include a program on handwriting analysis and provide women an opportunity to promote their businesses and make new friends. It is sponsored by the West Anne Arundel Chamber of Commerce. For more information, call 672-3422 or Jacquie at 551-5208. The chamber also is sponsoring a community meeting from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. March 21 at the Odenton Fire Hall on Route 175. Come find out what is going on around the community. Call 672-3422 or Jacquie at 551-5208.

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Archbishop Keough Council, Knights of Columbus, will hold its annual Saint Patrick's Dance in the council home on Becknel Avenue from 8 p.m. until 1 a.m. Saturday. Donations are $12.50 per person and include beer, set-ups and food. Music will be provided by a disc jockey.

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Odenton Elementary School needs volunteers to help with its fifth-graders, who will be learning about drown proofing techniques at the Arundel Swim Center during the week of March 20. Please call the school at 222-6514 or Jackie Watson at 674-6962 to volunteer.

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The Waugh Chapel PTA is holding an executive board meeting from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. today. Everyone is welcome to attend. Also, don't forget to save your Little Caesars receipts from the Odenton and Crofton stores when you pick up your food. For every $100.00 worth of receipts, students earn a free pizza.

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