Custom Car Club to kick off weekly antique car cruise night

Neighbors

April 17, 1996|By Bonita Formwalt | Bonita Formwalt,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

A FINAL POLISH with a chamois cloth. The purr of the engine as it idles. Shifting into gear, they head west. Soon others join. Heads turn as the caravan proceeds through the streets of Glen Burnie. Suddenly a child cries out.

"Mommy, aren't those pink fuzzy dice hanging from the rearview mirror considered a visual obstruction?"

Like the first robin, sighting pink fuzzy dice heralds the end of winter and the return of the Lost in the '50s Custom Car Club to its weekly cruise night.

To celebrate another year of cruising with antique cars, and custom autos, the club is having its Kick-Off Cruise Nite, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday at the All Season Cafe & Deli on Dorsey Road.

Golden oldies, trophies and 50/50 raffles will add to the fun.

Richard Mooney, club president, invites car owners and spectators to come "take a walk down memory lane" every Saturday night through September.

Information: 987-6613.

Breakfast-car wash benefit

Harundale Presbyterian Church welcomes the community to a pancake breakfast and car wash, 7: 30 a.m. Saturday on the church grounds, 1020 Eastway.

For $4, guests can enjoy a menu of pancakes, sausage, fruit, juice and coffee. The cost for children 8 and under is $2.

After breakfast, members of Harundale's Boy Scout troop will wash your car for a $3 donation.

Proceeds from the morning's activities will benefit the North County Habitat for Humanity.

Information: 766-4338.

Drug problems targeted

Illegal drugs and their effect on the community will be the topic at a meeting of the Glen Burnie Block Watch of Glen Gardens, 7: 30 p.m. tonight at Glen Lutheran Church, 106 Carroll Road.

Clarence Watkins from the county health department will discuss how citizens can work together to combat the problem.

Other activities for the community include the Spring Fling craft show, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 4 at Glen Lutheran Church.

Spaces are available to area crafts people for $12.

To reserve a space, call Ida Hilditch, 761-6845.

Fashionable lunch

Mothers, daughters and friends are invited to a lunch and fashion show by St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 11 a.m. May 4 in the church hall, 308 Oak Manor Drive.

Tickets are $5 for adults and $2.50 for young ladies under 10.

Admission includes a light salad lunch and a presentation of spring and summer fashions courtesy of Fashion Bug and modeled by members of St. Paul's.

Tickets must be purchased in advance by calling Lynn Kample, 766-6010.

Pet care for children

Meet Lucas, the bull mastiff, and Alexander the Great, an orange tabby cat, when the county animal control agency presents "Friends For Life -- Pet Care and Responsibility", 7 p.m. April 24 at the North County Library.

Limited to the first 50 arrivals, the program will address the responsibility of pet ownership.

Library staff members will start the program with several pet-related children's stories.

Information: 222-6270.

Free immunization clinic

The Glen Burnie Health Center has scheduled a clinic to provide residents with updated immunizations, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. April 24. Additional clinics are scheduled for Aug. 21 and Aug. 28.

No fee is charged, but donations up to $5 are welcome.

Children must have the required immunizations before they are permitted to attend school.

The center is at 416 A St., S.W. Information: 222-6633.

Pub Date: 4/17/96

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