This new garden is a bloomin' miracle

NEIGHBORS

April 13, 1995|By JONI GUHNE

Sorry if I seem rushed, but I'm busy taking the "before" pictures in preparation for the "after" appearance of my newly landscaped front yard.

The casual mention of my fantasy about a new look for our aging flower child of a front yard has turned into my husband's project of the decade.

By now, several dump truck drivers have memorized our address. Their deliveries have resulted in a charming stone wall, a new walkway and expanded (as they say in California) brown space.

Do you have any idea how much dirt and rocks can cost?

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We face one of life's most stressful decisions when it becomes necessary to place a loved on in a nursing home.

Radio host Michael Hodes will be at Meridian Nursing Center in Severna Park at 7 p.m. April 25 to discuss how to manage your loved one's affairs; personal, financial and health care issues; and how to avoid family conflicts.

Mr. Hodes, an attorney, is the guest of the Meridian Family Council.

The 2-year-old family-run cooperative provides a forum for residents, nursing home staff members and families, and friends of residents to discuss matters of interest.

For more information, call John Beyer at 544-4220.

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Temple Beth Shalom in Arnold has planned a Yom Hashoah service at 6:30 p.m. April 26.

Deli Strummer, a former medical research associate at hospitals in New York and Baltimore and a grief recovery group counselor for Sinai Hospital's Widowed Persons Service, will speak after the service.

Ms. Strummer survived the Holocaust and often lectures about it for the Community College of Baltimore and the Baltimore Jewish Council.

, Information: (410) 974-0900.

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A Gala Casino Night is planned for 7 p.m. to midnight April 29 at the Columbian Center on Ritchie Highway.

It is sponsored by the Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce. The $25 admission covers food and beverages and $10 worth of funny money.

You may want to deposit your winnings at one of the sponsoring establishments: NationsBank at Jumpers Hole Road, Annapolis Banking & Trust, First Union, Household Bank, Crestar, First National, Provident and Farmers in Severna Park Village and Benfield Road.

All those bank branches have tickets, as do Teetertotter and LaPetite.

2& Information: 647-1094 or 987-6625.

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Work all week and hate to shop on weekends? The Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce is promoting an evening of shopping in Severna Park every Thursday until 9 p.m. Support your local shopkeepers.

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The YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County is 75 years old. In the past 16 years, it has grown from a staff of 15 with 100 volunteers to more than 70 staffers with more than 900 volunteers.

This growth requires major money.

The YWCA asks for your support for its Annual Fund Campaign.

Information: 410-626-7800.

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Severna Park High School math teacher Kris Nichols was named the county's Educator of the Month for January.

Ms. Nichols, a teacher for 25 years, has spent the past nine years at Severna Park.

She is known for her innovative teaching style and her involvement in all aspects of school life.

She helped develop the Application of Mathematics curriculum now used in the county.

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