Put design skills to work for creative arts center

NEIGHBORS

September 28, 1997|By Phyllis Lucas | Phyllis Lucas,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

I GUESS by now everyone has heard that after much work by many people, the Chesapeake Center for the Creative Arts is becoming a reality at the old Brooklyn Park High School on Hammonds Lane. Here is a chance to become part of Brooklyn Park's history.

Help design an organizational logo the center can use on its letterhead and in advertisements. Design entries should be submitted by Nov. 3 to Del. Joan Cadden, Room 213, Thomas Lowe Building, Annapolis 21401.

Yard sale

This week's community yard sale, sponsored by Olde Brooklyn Park, will start at 8 a.m. Saturday. The sale is on, rain or shine, and bargains will be scattered as homeowners set out their goods.

Senior trip

The Arundel Improvement Association Community Advocates for Senior Opportunities and Services (CASOS) is sponsoring a trip to the Carroll County Farm Museum Harvest Festival Saturday. The bus will leave the AIA hall at 9: 30 a.m. and is to return about 5: 30 p.m. Information or reservations: Frances Jones at 410-789-2192.

Meet at the library

Is your community group new or looking for a place to meet? How about the local library? Beginning Wednesday, the Brooklyn Park Library is accepting reservations for meeting-room use for 1998. Nonprofit groups may reserve rooms for use during library operating hours for free. Information: 410-222-6260.

Apples for the students

Giant Food has announced the start of its "Apples for the Students" program. Save cash register receipts from Giant and donate them to the schools. This year, the receipts are purple. The schools will save the receipts until March and turn them into Giant for equipment. Here are the exchanges schools made last year: Belle Grove Elementary School collected $107,925 in receipts and received two pieces of audio-visual equipment; Brooklyn Park Elementary School collected $165,217 in receipts and received five pieces of audio-visual equipment and equipment for science and math classes. Park Elementary School turned in $189,225 in receipts in exchange for 22 software packages. Lindale/Brooklyn Park Middle School turned in $76,403 in receipts and received a computer and four pieces of equipment for science and math classes. North County High School's $565,745 in receipts was good for seven software packages and 15 science- and math-related pieces of equipment. St. John's Christian Day School turned in $215,537 in receipts, good for four pieces of audio-visual equipment. St. Rose of Lima Catholic School had $104,824 in receipts and received two computers and other equipment.

If you shop at Giant but don't have children attending any of these schools, save your receipts and mail or drop them off at the school of your choice.

PTSA officials

North County High School News: Gail Ebersole has taken over as president and Darlene Austin as vice president of the PTSA. Top officers serving the Band Boosters Club for the 1997-1998 school year are: President Mike Patrick and Vice President Judy Bolly. The band is selling Joe Corbi pizza kits and homemade subs. Call the school at 410-222-6970 to order. Delivery of pizzas and subs is scheduled Oct. 18.

Entertainment books

The choir of St. John Lutheran Church, 226 Washburn Ave. is selling Entertainment '98 Books for $35.

Some of the new clients are Fell's Point Theatre Cafe, Hollywood Diner and the American Visionary Art Museum at the Inner Harbor. Information: 410-355-7295.

Pub Date: 9/28/97

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