Anglers plan Feb. 7 trip to show in Harrisburg


January 12, 1996|By Peg Adamarczyk | Peg Adamarczyk,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

FIVE DAYS of snow-enforced family bonding have taken their toll on just about everyone I've talked too. And more snow is on the way. We were warned that this was going to be a "big one," but not the "BIG ONE."

Come July Fourth, long after the last patch of snow has melted from parking lots, we can fondly look back and say we survived the blizzard of '96.

Stay warm and safe, Pasadena.


Although Monday's meeting of the Pasadena Sportfishing Group was canceled, area anglers can still sign up for the group's Feb. 7 bus trip to the Harrisburg Sportsman Show.

Tickets are $21 and include bus transportation, show admission and refreshments on the bus. To reserve your spot, call Neil Tourangeau at 987-4780.


The Women of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church have canceled the ham and oyster dinner that had been scheduled for tomorrow. No new date has been set.

For details, call the church office at 255-1070.


The outreach committee of Mount Carmel United Methodist Church, 4760 Mountain Road, is ready for its 11th annual missions conference next week.

The conference brings people involved in a variety of mission fields to the congregation. It begins with a prayer vigil at the church from noon to 9 p.m. Sunday.

At 6 p.m. Tuesday, there will be a covered-dish dinner. At 7 p.m., there will be prayers, praise and music, featuring the Hall United Methodist Church's men's choir. One family will talk about its missionary experience in Ghana. School-age youngsters will be able to visit with Debbie Walz, a missionary from Chinese Overseas Mission.

During the conference, congregation members will hold coffees in their homes Wednesday and Thursday. Topics to be discussed include the Arundel Habitat for Humanity projects, the Chesapeake Hospice House and community-directed assistance programs at home and abroad.

Friday's activities will include a youth dinner party at 6 p.m. featuring Paul Law, a Johns Hopkins University medical student who is the son of missionaries and grew up in Zaire. He returns to Africa during summer break as a medical missionary.

Frank Decker, director of missionary preparation for the Board of Global Ministry, will speak after a dessert fellowship at 7 p.m. Friday in the fellowship hall.

Saturday's 9 a.m. breakfast will feature a presentation by Mr. Law and a children's program presented by Pets on Wheels.

The conference will close on Jan. 21, with Mr. Decker speaking at the 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. worship services.

Child care will be available during all conference events at the church.

For information or more details, call the church office at 255-8887.


Harbor Hospital Center has opened a temporary education center in the Festival at Pasadena, 8149-D Ritchie Highway, next to Minnesota Fabrics. The education space eventually will be in the hospital's new HealthPark next to Ames and Best Products.

HealthPark, scheduled to open by late spring, will offer comprehensive family health care.

January's programs begin with childbirth education classes Mondays and Wednesdays. The $65 program is open to all women, regardless of where they plan to give birth.

* Need to get out of the junk food mode? If eating healthier is one of your goals, plan to attend a nutritional program and recipe taste-testing at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Registered dietitians from Harbor Hospital will discuss menu planning and recipe selection. Participants will then taste food items and rate them on taste and appearance.

To register for classes at the education center, call LifeCourse at 347-2563.


The American Day Treatment Center, 8131 Ritchie Highway, will hold breakfast presentations on adolescent school refusal from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Jan. 19 and 23, and Feb. 7 and 15.

The discussions are free and open to the public. Reservations are required.

For more details, call 647-7773.


Tickets are on sale for the Pasadena Business Association's annual bull and oyster roast to raise funds for scholarships.

The menu at the roast, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. March 9 at Kurtz's Beach, will include desserts, beer, sodas and a cash bar.

Tickets are $22 in advance, $25 at the door.

For tickets, call Dave Blanch at 437-2213, Carol Cross at 987-4887 or Sharrie Wade at 766-5400.

All proceeds will be used for scholarships awarded to seniors at Northeast and Chesapeake high schools.

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