American Lung Association plans a benefit square dance

NEIGHBORS

March 18, 1996|By Rosalie Falter | Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

JOIN IN and dance or just watch the fun. Either way, you are invited to the American Lung Association of Maryland Benefit Dance, sponsored by the Friendship Squares Square Dance Club, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at North County High School.

The program includes square dancing, round dancing and country western line dancing. There will also be refreshments, door and raffle prizes, a 50/50 drawing and a bake walk.

The cost is $3.50 for dancers and by donation for nondancers.

Proceeds will benefit Camp Superkids for children with asthma, a program the club supports.

For information, call Linda and Donald Hampshire at 760-9518.

Cub master honored

"He is something special to the boys," Audrey Otero said of her father, David Cavanaugh, Cub master for Pack 636.

Mr. Cavanaugh was surprised at the March 7 Scouting Anniversary Dinner when Assistant Cub Master Keith Hughes presented him with a plaque recognizing his more than 50 years of service to Scouting.

Mr. Cavanaugh was a Boy Scout and reached Eagle Scout. He went on to become a Boy Scout leader and was a unit commissioner.

Ms. Otero, who is a den leader, said her father was "so surprised to get the plaque; he didn't know it was coming."

There is a mutual love between the Cubs and Mr. Cavanaugh, Ms. Otero said. "When he thought of retiring after coronary bypass surgery not long ago, the boys were very upset. One actually got sick and had to go home from a meeting."

Ms. Otero said her mother, Audrey, helps with Scouting duties. "She is my dad's right hand."

Also at the dinner, all Cub Scouts were recognized for their community service, including the recent Scouting for Food drive for the homeless and participation in the ticket sales for the North County Emergency Outreach Network train garden raffle at Christmas.

Patches and pins were awarded to Tiger Cubs Jeff Farrell,

Charles Garrett, Dominic McKinney, Mike Mehl, R. J. Quinlan, Joshua Shives, Tom Shrum, Laurence Snyder and Benjamin Stidham.

Tigers is a new Cub program for first-graders that requires participation with a parent.

Cubs who received awards were Phillip Butler, Nicholas Coleman, Dustin Nehring, Patrick Ray, Tyler Sheldon and Jack Van Epps. Sean Crowley received his Bear Patch.

Webelos accepting awards were John Harbin, Joshua Hughes, Erin Moyer, David Neuman, Jessie Nicklow, Cody Sheldon and Charles Van Epps.

Accepting awards for the Derby Race winners were David Newman, first place; Charles Van Epps, second place; and Jessie Nicklow, third place.

Cub Pack 636 meets at 6 p.m. every Tuesday at George Cromwell Elementary School. For information, call Mr. Cavanaugh at 761-0010.

Church plans dinner

Enjoy a spaghetti and meatball dinner at Friendship Church of the Brethren, 217 Mansion Road, from 4: 30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday.

Homemade desserts will top off the dinner. The cost is $7 for adults, $6 for seniors, $3 for children ages 5 to 10 and free for children under 4. Proceeds will go toward new windows for the church.

For tickets or information, call Juanita Cowger, 789-6669. Tickets also will be available at the door.

Middle school open house

Lindale/Brooklyn Park Middle School is having an open house from 7: 30 p.m. to 9 p.m. tomorrow.

Everyone is invited to visit the renovated school, which opened Jan. 3.

For information, call 691-4344. Starr is Towson graduate

Deborah Lyn Starr, daughter of Gerald and Harriet Starr of Linthicum, graduated from Towson State University Jan. 7.

She majored in business administration with a concentration in management. Ms. Starr graduated from North County High School in June 1991. A member of Phi Mu Sorority, she managed Tiger Rails video rental for Towson State. Last summer, she had a business administration internship at WaltDisney World in Orlando, Fla. She works for Alex. Brown & Sons.

Pub Date: 3/18/96

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