Hammond Booster Club dinner is Oct. 3


September 23, 1997|By Natalie Harvey | Natalie Harvey,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

PATTY BURTON, Hammond High School's Booster Club president, suggests marking the calendar for dinner at the high school Oct. 3. A spaghetti dinner will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the school cafeteria.

The dinner is the Booster Club's main fund-raiser. Reservations or information: 410-313-7615 or 301-490-3842.

The next day is Hammond's homecoming. A homecoming parade will be held in the morning in the Dickinson neighborhood, with Howard County police coordinating traffic.

After the homecoming football game with Centennial High, a dance will be held.

The Parent Teacher Student Association's public relations chairman, Arlene Swantko, reminds students and parents that they may call the Hammond High Info-Line, 410-312-7985, to receive updates on school events.

Cub Scouts

Boy Scout-Cub Scout leaders have asked that boys interested in joining a Cub pack should have their parents call the following numbers.

In Stevens Forest, Carlton Hayward, Pack 649, 410-964-0825; in Talbott Springs, Randy Miller, Pack 601, 410-381-3260; in Thunder Hill, Jeff Jordan, Pack 838, 410-730-7378; in Jeffers Hill, Bud Hunt, Pack 914, 410-997-2665; in Dasher Green, Don Walker, Pack 613, 410-381-4856; in Guilford, Bob Woods, Pack 373, 410-995-6515; also in Guilford, Tonia Lewis, Pack 513, 410-381-5785; and in Phelps Luck, Charles Franklin, Pack 678, 410-997-9138.

The Cub Scouts held open houses at their elementary schools earlier this month.

All boys are welcome.

Looking at art

Would you like to know how to look at art?

Artist Stephanie Green is offering an eight-week series of lectures, beginning Sept. 30, at the Columbia Association Art Center. The lectures, which will include slides, will focus on ancient Greek, Gothic and northern Renaissance art.

A nominal fee is requested for each lecture.

Information: 410-730-0075.

Thank you

The Rev. Gerard Knoche, pastor of New Hope Lutheran Church, extends his appreciation to the teachers and adult volunteers who spent many summer hours working in the church's Bible school. They are Debbie Bach, Lois Bailey, Erna Bunn, Kristin Ditillo, Doris Everett, Liz Fixsen, Judy Gill, Sue Hanson, Sharon Harbarger, Meredith Haussler, Lori Hoffman, Janine Leuthauser, Stacy Loiacono, Melissa Mack, Meg Mahoney, Laurie McFee, Jill Melchiorre, Elaine Moore, Marianne Moyer, Sue Moyer, Becky Otte, Penny Otte, Jay Schlueter, Ann Scholz, Brenda Scott, Nancy Scott, Sherin Shahegh, Beth Thomas, Stuart Unkenholz, Denise Weigelt and Gail Winslow.

Before the school began, the work of planning committee coordinators Barbara Anderson and Lois Bailey -- who also taught -- helped to make it all possible.

Sharing memories

Guilford United Methodist Church, 9405 Guilford Road, is now known as Alberta Gary United Methodist Church.

This year, the church is celebrating its 125th anniversary.

The Rev. Jack Fitzgerald, the pastor, is asking current and former members to share their memories and memorabilia during the celebration Nov. 2.

Information or to help with the celebration: 301-498-7879 or 410-531-2315.

Church secretary Jean Miller says the church has changed its worship time to 9: 30 a.m. Sunday. Christian education begins at 10: 45 a.m.

Poet's appearance

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Maxine Kumin is appearing at the East Columbia library, 6600 Cradlerock Way, in Owen Brown on Monday. But the event has been over-subscribed.

Pub Date: 9/23/97

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