Sunset Elementary PTA to hold spring craft show


March 06, 1998|By Peg Adamarczyk | Peg Adamarczyk,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

FIND UNIQUE additions to your home decor or a special treat to tuck into an Easter basket at the Sunset Elementary PTA spring craft show from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow.

More than 70 craftsmen will be at the school on Fort Smallwood Road, selling decorated birdhouses, mailboxes, ceramics, American Girl doll clothes, homemade candies and sugar panoramic eggs.

PTA members will sell pizza, hot dogs, nachos, baked goods and beverages all day.

The PTA also will hold a book fair next week during school hours. Students will visit the fair during regular media class time.

The fair will open at 6: 15 p.m. Tuesday for evening shopping.

Information: 410-222-6478.

All-you-can-eat supper

Jenkins Memorial Church in Riviera Beach will hold a supper from noon to 6 p.m. tomorrow.

Members will be serving all-you-can-eat roast beef and ham dinners with mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, desserts and beverages. Carryout and local delivery will be available.

The cost is $7.50 for adults, $3.50 for children 6-12 and free for those 5 and under.

Information: 410-437-3830.

Sportfishermen to meet

Anglers are invited to the next meeting of the Pasadena Sportfishing Group at 7 p.m. Monday at Orchard Beach fire hall on Solley Road.

Gregory Jetton, captain of the Miss Gayle out of Rock Hall, will present a program on chumming in the upper Chesapeake Bay.

"He'll let us in on some of the tricks of the trade for successful chumming," said George Bentz, group spokesman.

Monday's meeting will be "Snag A Bag" night.

"We are asking all members to bring a plastic bag of nonperishable food or donate cash that will be given to the Harvest for the Hungry program," Bentz said. "Food pantry shelves are bare after the holiday season, with many of these located in Pasadena."

Rich Dobry, founder of Harvest for the Hungry, is chairman of the group's collection effort.

To thank donors, the PSG will have a drawing for a custom-made perch jerker rod, constructed by George Pavlik of George's Rod Shop.

"We have also enhanced our door prizes and our prize table for this special evening," Bentz said.

Donors unable to attend the meeting can arrange for food pickups by calling Dobry at 410-437-0289. Checks payable to the Anne Arundel County Food Bank may be mailed to Dobry at 2152 Poplar Ridge Road, Pasadena 21122.

Food and refreshments will be sold by the Orchard Beach Volunteer Fire Company starting at 6 p.m.

Membership in the group is open to fishermen of all ages and is free.

Information: 410-HEY-FISH or 410-439-3474.

Bulls and oysters

The Knights of Columbus, Council 10988, is sponsoring its first community awards bull and oyster roast from 1 to 6 p.m. March 29 at Kurtz's Beach.

Tickets are $22.50.

The local council will present award plaques to the northern Pasadena firefighters and emergency medical technicians of the year and to the Eastern District police officers of the year.

The menu features all the pit and raw bar standards, plus fresh ham, oyster stew, veggies and beverages.

A cash bar will be open from 1 p.m. to 5: 30 p.m.

Tickets: Bill Thompson, 410-255-5941; Vince Keavney, 410-437-9017; or Bob Wedemeyer, 410-255-1520.

Mission conference

Mount Carmel United Methodist Church in Pasadena will open its annual mission conference on Tuesday.

Conference activities are scheduled over six days.

Local and international missions supported by the church will be highlighted.

The conference begins with a potluck covered-dish dinner at p.m. Tuesday in the fellowship hall of the church, 4760 Mountain Road.

Child care will be available.

Mission coffees, starting at 7: 30 p.m., will be in the home of Stacey and Bill Buck on Wednesday and in the home of Missy and Bryant Lawrence on Thursday.

The March 13 program, at 7 p.m., will be in the fellowship hall. Carl and Dennis Beuerle will discuss Camp Hope and Habitat for Humanity work trips. Coffee and dessert will be served afterward.

The next day, members will gather at the church at 8: 30 a.m. for breakfast before packing lunches to be distributed to the homeless and needy.

The conference closes March 15 with a presentation by Lori Scheussler on the mission work of the Holy Boldness program at the 9 a.m. and 10: 30 a.m. worship services.

Information: 410-255-8887

Pub Date: 3/06/98

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