Shopping center owner to address association

NEIGHBORS

June 09, 1996|By ROSALIE FALTER | ROSALIE FALTER,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

JOSEPH KIRKPATRICK, owner of Shipley-Linthicum Shopping Center, will speak at the Wednesday meeting of Linthicum-Shipley Improvement Association.

Kirkpatrick will outline Development plans for the 4.95 acres off Benton Avenue between Linthicum Oaks and the shopping center.

The 7:30 p.m. meeting will be in the band room of Linthicum Elementary School.

Information: Gerald Starr at 859-8026.

Theater trip

The Roadrunners, a travel group with the Ferndale Seniors, has seats available for a day trip July 17 to Timonium Dinner Theatre.

The group will leave Ferndale Senior Center and travel by motor coach to the theater for lunch and to see "Nunsense II."

Information: 761-0484.

Scouts on target

Boy Scout Troop 550 recently spent a weekend with more than 200 Four Rivers District Scouts for the first District Shoot-O-Ree.

Scouts and their leaders learned about gun safety and were introduced to target-shooting.

In the middle of the weekend's activities, Scott Taylor was

selected by fellow Scouts to join the Order of the Arrow, an organization of honor campers. August Severn, a troop assistant Scoutmaster, was selected for the honor by fellow adult leaders. Brandon Imbs earned the rank of Scout.

Senior patrol leader John Henkel led Scouts Nick Colley, Jeff Craighead, Sean Jennings, Challi Kim, John Rouse, Cory Renter and Dave Starr.

Also on the outing were Scoutmaster Bruce Henkel, Assistant Scoutmasters Larry Jennings, Luke Rittenhouse and John McCarty and Troop Committee Chairman John Rittenhouse.

The troop will camp and go whitewater-rafting Friday through Sunday.

Information: Joe Hyla at 766-8984.

Snowball time

If you want something refreshing this summer, keep the St. Philip Neri Roman Catholic Church snowball stand in mind.

The stand is on the parking lot of the church, at 6405 S. Orchard Road. Hours are 3 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

The stand is staffed by the church youth group. Proceeds will benefit the Tuition Assistance Fund.

St. Philip Neri will have a parish picnic from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. today on the parish grounds.

Information: 859-0571.

Baseball night

Enjoy a night of minor league baseball with your family and help Linthicum Elementary School pay for a new computer lab.

The Linthicum Computer Committee is sponsoring a night at the Bowie Baysox Thursday. The Double-A team plays at Prince George's County Stadium on Route 301, just south of U.S.50

Tickets for the 7:05 p.m. game are $3 for children of elementary school age and $5 for adults.

Information or tickets: Bill Snitcher at 850-0364.

Lions officers

Linthicum Lions Club will install officers at 6:59 p.m. June 1 at Our Place Restaurant, Annapolis Road and Ohio Avenue

Joe Livingston, past district governor, will install Evonne Theisz, president; JohnWatkins, vice president; Harry Brown, secretary; and Mel Elimmons, treasurer.

Pub Date: 06/09/96

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