Try your luck at church's St. Patrick's bazaar


March 15, 1996|By Peg Adamarczyk | Peg Adamarczyk,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

BREAK OUT the shamrocks. This is the day for the 46th annual St. Patrick's bazaar at St. Jane Frances de Chantal Roman Catholic Church in Riviera Beach. The school hall on St. Jane Drive will be transformed into the Emerald Isle from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Those who have attended the bazaar faithfully throughout the years will notice a few new additions. But loads of fun remains the goal for lucky lads and lasses as long as the green cash holds out.

During the day, the bazaar will appeal to the wee folk in your crew with games of skill and chance, a duck pond, and grab bags filled with goodies. After 5 p.m., the bazaar changes to appeal to a more mature crowd, but retains a kiddie game area.

The ever-popular Sister Mary's Country Cupboard will be open, filled with handmade Easter and spring crafts, gifts, decorative items, and baked goods.

Several raffles, including the "Winning of the Green," will tempt those feeling lucky today.

Hungry visitors can dine on shrimp salad, shrimp soup, pizza, hot dogs and a variety of salads. Irish coffee, with or without alcohol, also will be available.

Lisa Pervola and Theresa Sparklin are co-chairwomen of this year's bazaar.

For more details, call 255-4750.

Pancake breakfast

The United Methodist Men of Magothy United Methodist Church is sponsoring a pancake breakfast from 6: 30 a.m. to 11 a.m. tomorrow in the church's fellowship hall, 3703 Mountain Road.

The cost is $3.50 for adults or $2.50 for children ages 3 to 12.

The menu will also feature sausage, hominy, apple sauce, juice and beverages. Homemade baked goods will also be for sale.

Proceds will benefit the Upper Room fund and other UMM projects.

Aid Association meeting

Branch 9017, Aid Association for Lutherans, will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at Magothy Chelsea Community Lutheran Church, Beach Avenue and Third Street.

A trip to see a performance of "Noah" will be discussed.

Refreshments will be served.

For more details, call Annie Webb, 360-8552.

Golden Age Club

Join the Riviera Area Golden Age Club on a bus trip to Nashville May 2-7.

The trip costs $402 per person and includes bus transportation, admission to shows, rooms, meals, and gratuities.

To reserve your spot, call Virginia Burke, 255-5936.

Men's club bull roast

The Lutheran Men's Club of Magothy Chelsea Community Lutheran Church will play host to a bull and oyster roast from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. March 20 at Star Pleasure Club on Lyman Avenue in Green Haven.

Tickets are $18. Music and entertainment will be by disc jockey Sherri Powell.

The menu includes oyster stew, raw oysters, pit beef, hot dogs with kraut, a greens table, salads, dessert, chips, pretzels, beer, soda, and setups.

For more details, call Tom Foster, 255-1945; Bobby Hansberger, 255-7397; or Earl Hildebrand, 255-0276.

Wildlife benefit

Looking for a calorie-free addition to your family's Easter basket? Join the Adopt-a-Duck project at Lake Waterford Park.

You get the benefit of helping the park's wildlife without the extra calories of chocolate or the hassles of animal ownership.

For a $10 donation, you get a certificate and your name is inscribed on a wooden duck, which will be displayed on the park adopt-a-duck bulletin board at the Waterford Lake overlook pier. The bulletin board was donated by the Ladies of the Severna Park Elks.

To join the program, call the park office, 222-6248.

Pub Date: 3/15/96

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