Flea markets and craft fairs need donations through fall

NEIGHBORS

September 15, 1996|By Rosalie Falter | Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

ORGANIZATIONS IN the community are looking for talented people who create beautiful things to sell, smart people who want to make a little money from their housecleaning efforts and generous people who want to help others.

These organizations invite you to participate in the events they have planned.

Ferndale United Methodist Church, 117 Ferndale Road, is having its annual Fall Flea Market from 8: 30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 19. Reservations for tables may be made by calling 761-4412. The cost is $12.

Artisans are needed for the Overlook Elementary School Craft Fair Dec. 7. This will be the same day as Santa's Secret Workshop. Rental spaces are available for $10. For reservations and questions, call 354-8905 during the day, or 636-3456 in the evening.

The North Glen Improvement Association is sponsoring a Flea Market in the association's hall at Wellham Avenue and Furnace Branch Road from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 5. Inside tables rent for $10. Weather permitting, spaces outside will rent for $7.

Contact Linda Lewis at 761-5391 for rentals or other information.

The Linthicum Elementary School PTA is accepting donations for a silent auction at the Linthicum Community Fair Oct. 19. Proceeds from the auction benefit the school and the North County Emergency Outreach Network. The auction has raised nearly $6,000 over the last three years at the fair. Individuals or businesses that would like to donate an item to the auction should contact Charles Manion at 859-5874.

Linthicum Elementary School PTA also continues to accept donations for its Computer Lab Fund. Donations can be sent to the school, 101 School Lane, Linthicum 21090.

Linthicum Lions Club

The Linthicum Lions Club is meeting at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Our Place restaurant, 4401 Annapolis Road in Baltimore Highlands.

Three new members will be welcomed at the meeting: Jerry Stivers, Marlene Stivers, and Bill Williamson. There will be a guest speaker from the Anne Arundel County Department of Aging.

Guests and prospective members are welcome.

Information: 521-0756.

Dance, dance, dance

Review old dance steps and learn some new ones at lessons conducted by Rosalie and John Carney at St. Philip Neri School Hall.

The classes will run for six weeks from 7: 30 p.m. to 9: 30 p.m. on Mondays, beginning tomorrow evening.

Information: 766-3160.

Orientation meeting

North Glen Elementary School is having an orientation meeting for parents working in kindergarten, classroom mothers and other volunteers at 9 a.m. Friday at the school. The meeting will last two hours for kindergarten volunteers and one hour for everyone else.

Information: 222-6416.

Renew program

Sign up for the Renew program at St. Philip Neri parish after Masses today and next Sunday in the church lobby. The six-week program begins Oct. 6 This is the fifth season for Renew. The focus this year is evangelization and several ways that members may participate. There will be Sunday liturgies, take-home materials and activities for small and large groups. vTC For more details, call Gloria Darling at 766-0984 or Brigitte Carlson at 859-1628.

Pub Date: 9/15/96

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