Craft fair on Saturday supports band, orchestra


March 23, 1995|By JONI GUHNE

If, indeed, there is a thin person inside each of us trying to get out, the 120-pound me must share her space with Ms. Cave, who has been present since childhood. Ms. Cave wants to rise with the sun, sweep out the bat droppings, draw pictures of her pets on the walls and, when the sun sets, go to bed.

At the vernal equinox, we are reminded of our perfect life: 12 hours being awake, 12 hours sleeping.

Forget it. As long as "Chicago Hope" and "NYPD Blue" are broadcast when modern man prefers, I'll take my less than perfect hours of sleep, and doze at the computer.

My thin me and my early woman both enjoy shopping. Join us at the Old Mill Band Booster spring craft fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in the school cafeteria. The school is located on Patriot Lane in Millersville. At least 115 artisans will dazzle you with their handmade goodies.

Proceeds benefit the band and orchestra's competition and parade expenses. Information: 410-760-8221.


Oops. Last week's column gave the wrong date for the Ladies of the Knights of Columbus' luncheon/fashion show. It will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. April 1, and you can take that to the bank, says publicity chairman Florence Balonis. Call 766-2572 or 766-5212.


Lee Ferrell is the youth director at Severna Park United Methodist Church. Recently, her middle school teen-agers met with Lee Ranck, editor of the United Methodist Church's magazine, Christian Social Action.

The April issue will feature issues of concern to children the world over. Severna Park students were especially concerned about racial prejudice, violence, and drugs and alcohol, issues they see played out in school. They also listed the environment, poverty, AIDS, teen sex, war, overpopulation and homelessness among their concerns.

The students said the problems could be solved if people wrote to their delegates, recycled items, discouraged recreational hunting, supported charities and sponsored children in other countries.


Concert members can renew their subscriptions for next season at Anne Arundel Community Concert Association's presentation of Cantabile at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Severna Park High School.

Cantabile is Europe's oldest established four-man vocal group. Though the group's roots lie deep in the British choral tradition, the singers' repertoire takes them from classical to jazz, big band to Broadway.

Association publicist Shirley Young says each concert season includes four or five professional productions at very reasonable rates. Attendance is by subscription only. Information: 647-6873 or 647-7851.


Lauren Palmer is the Severna Park Elks' Student of the Month. Lauren is a second-grader and the daughter of Ann and Kevin Palmer. She attends Oak Hill Elementary School and is in Faye Stitz' class.

Exalted Ruler Thomas A. Keller presented certificates to Lauren and Ms. Stitz. Students, their families and teachers are treated -- to dinner at the lodge.


Come to the family pancake breakfast April 2, at Archbishop Spalding High School. Mass is at 9 a.m. Breakfast will be served at 10 a.m. The charge is $2 for adults, $1 for students. Information: 969-9105.

On March 7, Spalding's chapter of the National Honor Society inducted seniors Michael Bullard, Kimberly Hartka, Dana Siemek, Rebecca Wilke and Mark Wist into the society. A dozen juniors and 16 sophomores also joined the chapter.

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