Linthicum Heights spring gala offers fashions, food and fun

Neighbors

April 14, 1996|By Rosalie Falter | Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

TO WELCOME SPRING, the Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights is having a gala spring fashion show and luncheon from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. April 28 at the Rose Restaurant, 6075 Belle Grove Road.

The club promises something for everyone with a showing of styles in a broad range of sizes from the Avenue, Fashions Unlimited, 14/16+ and Paul Harris (junior sizes). A cold buffet lunch and door prizes also will be furnished by area businesses. The grand prize is a $100 gift certificate.

Cecelia Dietz and Jenny Kuhn are co-chairwomen for the event. XTC Charlene Scruggs is fashion coordinator and Kathleen Wilson will provide jewelry and accessories. Models will be members of the club.

Tickets are $18. Information: 859-1795 or 859-5309.

In other woman's club news, Eloise Vaughan, youth art chairman, announced the winners of the club's Youth Art Contest at the monthly meeting last week. Some students were able to attend to be recognized for their talent and receive cash prizes.

Bruce Kendrick took first place in the grade nine through 12 class, with Christopher Benson second and Jessica Brown third. Christopher Benson, Brandee Johnson, Stephanie Newcomer and Mary Turpin received honorable mentions. All are from North County High.

Rachael Goodwin of Arthur Slade Regional School took first place in the grades six through eight class, with Hope Matthews of Lindale/Brooklyn Park Middle School second, and Jesica Fox, also of Lindale/Brooklyn Park Middle School, third. Chip Geppi, Arthur Slade Regional School, received honorable mention.

The prize-winning work was entered in the Maryland Federation of Woman's Clubs District Contest, where Christopher Benson received honorable mention for "Study in Black" and Jessica Brown won honorable mention for "Deep Space."

Flea markets sprouting

Flea markets are beginning to spring up.

Ferndale United Methodist Church, at Ferndale and South Hollins Ferry roads, holds its annual Spring Flea Market from 8: 30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Look in the "Clothing and Accessories Shoppe" and through the good "junque" for lots of bargains, according to the United Methodist Men and Women, sponsors of the event. A bake sale and candy table, and a chance to win a door prize, also are planned. Pit beef and pit ham sandwiches, hot dogs and homemade soups will be available to eat in or take out after 10: 30 a.m. No early birds please.

Information: 761-2880.

Try some great cooking

The ladies of the Christian Women's Fellowship of Linthicum Heights United Methodist Church have the reputation of being great cooks, and you will get the opportunity to purchase some of their goodies Saturday. Shop at the Flea Market and Bake Sale in Fellowship Hall, 200 School Lane, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Refreshments also will be available.

Information: 859-0990.

Spring Fever

The public is invited to attend a student talent show sponsored by the St. Philip Neri Home/School Association at 7 p.m. Friday at Archbishop Spalding High School, 8080 New Cut Road. Approximately 150 children will participate in the show, called Spring Fever.

Singers, dancers, piano players and baton and rifle twirlers will take part. The Eighth Grade Finale will be a dance medley.

Admission is $1 per person with a $5 maximum for a family. Tickets can be purchased at the door, which opens at 6: 30 p.m. Refreshments and souvenirs will be available before the performance and during intermission.

Art teacher Janet McKenny is coordinating the show. Questions can be directed to her through the school at 859-1212.

Have talent, will travel

The Notables, entertainment group of Chapter 3850 of the American Association of Retired Persons will leave from St. John Lutheran Church, 300 Maple Road, at 10: 30 a.m. Thursday to travel to Bethesda to perform for the Bethesda Chevy Chase AARP.

Information: Charles Haslup at 859-1850.

Pub Date: 4/13/96

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