Hot rods, touring sedans to fill the streets en route to the annual 'Toy Run' car show

Neighbors

November 08, 1995|By Bonita Formwalt | Bonita Formwalt,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

SO, HOW'S you're husband recovering from his accident?" my neighbor called over the fence. "Does he keep busy?"

Busy? A relative term but in some broad sense of the word I guess he's busy. We're all busy.

Carefully choosing my words, I explained that he was currently embroiled in a grass-roots campaign to address a major communications crisis.

Translation: He's incensed the USA network changed its morning line-up and "Quincy" is no longer on.

"I'm impressed," she said. "How are you holding up?"

Smiling, I shared how this accident has brought us closer in a way we never imagined in our 20 years together.

Translation: I spend a disproportionate amount of time in the laundry room, the only place in the house I am guaranteed no one will venture.

"Well, I certainly am impressed at how you all have managed to find the best in a difficult situation," she said.

Perhaps, but our biggest hurdle is yet to come. He just discovered the Home Shopping Network.

'Lost in the '50s

Hot rods and touring sedans will fill the streets Glen Burnie on Sunday as they make their way to the sixth annual holiday "Toy Run" car show, scheduled for noon to 4 p.m. at the Motor Vehicle Administration complex on Ritchie Highway.

The event is sponsored by the "Lost in the '50s Custom Car Club" and is expected to bring at least 200 vintage cars to the area.

Registration for show participants is $8 per vehicle and begins at 9 a.m. Fees will be used to buy new toys that will be distributed through the Salvation Army's holiday programs. Donations of new toys and nonperishable food are also welcome.

An afternoon of family fun is planned. Activities include raffles, auctions, door prizes, oldies music and games.

And, Santa will drop by for a visit.

Admission is free to the public.

In the event of inclement weather, the event will be postponed to Nov. 19.

For information, call Walt Miller, 987-6235.

Storyteller at library

Storyteller Maryann Wetterau will bring tales from around the world to the North County Library between 7 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Children ages 6 and older are invited to bring their parents and grandparents for an evening of unforgettable stories.

For information, call the library information desk at 222-6270.

Political leaders to speak

Several political leaders will be guests at the Point Pleasant-Shoreland Improvement Association meeting at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Church of the Good Shepherd, 1451 Furnace Ave.

State Sen. Phil Jimeno and Dels. Joan Cadden, John Leopold and Vicki Shade will address several community concerns, including the dredging of Marley Creek.

Ruth Kersner, a county on hand to offer suggestions on improving eating habits.

* PPSIA members are reminded that reservations for the annual children's Christmas party are needed by Nov. 17. Forms were recently sent to members with the association newsletter.

For information on any association activities, call Joan Valenti at 766-4310.

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