Sweet Adelines to perform at concert


August 25, 1998|By Nancy Gallant | Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

SOMETIMES, EVEN the best laid plans go wrong. A few weeks ago, the Crofton Civic Association had planned an evening concert to be held at the Village Green. Unfortunately, the weather didn't cooperate. It rained.

Recreation assistant Linda Van Sickel rescheduled the concert for 6: 30 p.m. Monday on the Village Green. The program will begin with a performance by the Dundalk Chapter of the Sweet Adelines, followed by the local band Pocket Change. Bring a chair and join some friends for an evening of music.

The final event in this year's Crofton Civic Association summer concert series will be held Sept. 13 at the amphitheater in Crofton Park. The Crabtowne Big Band will be featured. Information: Van Sickel, 410-721-3301.

Church carryout

Trinity United Methodist Church will sponsor a chicken salad carryout from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the church, 865 Patuxent Road in Woodwardville.

Chicken salad, lettuce, tomato, a roll and cole slaw are available for a donation of $6. Baked goods also will be sold.

To reach the church, take Patuxent Road (Route 424) west from Route 3.

Court of Honor

Boy Scout Troop 115, sponsored by the Community United Methodist Church in Crofton, will begin its new Scouting year with a Court of Honor at the church at 3 p.m. Sunday. Scouts will be recognized for merit badges and rank advancements they earned this summer and tell stories about camping adventures at Broad Creek Boy Scout Reservation and the Claytor Lake Aquatics Base in southern Virginia.

The troop's new Scout leaders also will be recognized. The officers are Michael Carroll, senior patrol leader; Jeff Blass and Jason Oakley, assistant senior patrol leaders; Jonathan Zwainz, quartermaster; Drew Gardner, scribe; and Joshua Kachura, chief instructor.

The Scouts and their families will hold a picnic on the church grounds after the Court of Honor.

Troop 115 meets Mondays at the church. Young men interested in Scouting should call Scoutmaster Boris Kachura at 410-451-3837.

Pub Date: 8/25/98

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