Floral designers to show holiday arrangements

NEIGHBORS

November 13, 1995|By Rosalie Falter | Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

"A SLEIGHFUL of Ideas for the Holidays" will be presented by the Ferndale Garden Club at its annual Christmas program starting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Michael's Eighth Avenue.

This popular community event will really get you in the holiday decorating mode as you watch floral designers demonstrate a variety of Christmas decorations for your home. This year some Thanksgiving ideas will be presented also.

Marty Baikaukas from Cedar Hill Florists, Jim French and Phil Bendt from Aurora Florists and Suzanne Galford from Suzanne's Florist are the designers.Commentators for the event are Diane Cooper from Betty's II and David Hitchcock, University of Maryland Cooperative Extension Service.

Homemade cookies, candies and drinks will be served by club members.

Tickets are $3 if purchased in advance or $4 at the door. To purchase tickets, call Shirley Hertz at 761-8045.

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Each year as the Ferndale Garden Club starts its new year, it distributes a program book for the benefit of its members.

This year the club decided to dedicate it to Erma Beth Holland, a charter member who died last year and is lovingly remembered by the club. Member Jeanette Lehman composed the book's dedication expressing the feelings of the club. In it she describes Ms. Holland as "creative, talented, helpful and personable." According to Kathy Shatt, president, this is the members' tribute to Ms. Holland, who contributed so much of herself to the club. And, with the unusual and interesting programs, trips and projects listed, it looks as if there is going to be an especially

exciting year ahead.

The club meets at 7:30 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of the month for nine months of the year at the Ferndale Senior Center, 7205 Baltimore & Annapolis Blvd. Prospective members and guests are welcome.

For information, call 987-6483 or 766-8547.

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The Linthicum library is participating in the national celebration of Children's Book Week this week.

Children ages 2 to 12 can participate in Make-a-Bookmark during library hours today through Thursday as part of the focus on children's books.

The library will have a special exhibit on display throughout November. Chris Nicoli, a seventh-grade student at St. Philip Neri School will display his Orioles collection that includes baseball cards, pennant, hat and 17 different Cal Ripken cards. Chris, 12, is a special fan of Mr. Ripken. "He's my favorite player in the American League," he said. Chris has been an Orioles fan since he was 6 when he started his collection.

The library is at 400 Shipley Road.

For information, call 222-6265.

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The St. Philip Neri Home/School Association meeting will take place at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the school hall. The Used Uniform Exchange opens before the meeting at 7 p.m.

At the general meeting, there will be discussions on school activities and policy and an update on fund-raising efforts, including the Fall Festival.

* The annual Fall Festival sponsored by the SPN Home/School Association takes place on Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for students. It will be open to the public from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The fund-raiser includes games of chance, cake and snack wheels, Tombola raffle table, sand art and refreshments.

SPN school is at 6401 Orchard Road. For information, contact Bob Newcomer at 859-1056.

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The Performing Arts Association of Linthicum kicks off its new season with a singer-songwriter from Nebraska, Ann Zimmerman, at 8 p.m., Saturday at North County High School Auditorium.

Ms. Zimmerman will bring longtime friend and musical cohort Kelly Werts to add spice to her piano and guitar playing. Mr. Werts will bring his fiddle and finger-style guitar to the program. He recently produced and played on a recent release of Ms. Zimmerman's called "Love and Weather."

There is still time to subscribe to the concert series for the cost of $20. This show plus five additional ones are included. All concerts take place at NCHS. Parking is free, and concerts are accessible to the handicapped and the hearing-impaired.

For tickets and information, call Roy Pippen at 859-8063 or Jerry Van Airsdale at 636-2579.

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The next general membership meeting of the North Glen Improvement Association will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the association's hall. Election of officers will take place. Nominations can be turned in at this meeting to Gloria Bibb.

Association dues of $10 per family are now being accepted for the 1996 season. It can be paid at a meeting or mailed to NGIA, P.O. Box 481, Glen Burnie 21060-0481. Make check payable to NGIA.

For information, call 761-4894.

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