Social calendarSept. 18-20: Third Annual Chesterstown Jazz...

September 13, 1998|By SYLVIA BADGER

Social calendar

Sept. 18-20: Third Annual Chesterstown Jazz Festival. Friday night kickoff gala features singer Ethel Ennis under the tents at Wilmer Park. 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. $60 per person or $100 per couple. Saturday, jazz from noon to 6:30 p.m., Wilmer Park, $8. Sunday, jazz brunch and classic car show, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wilmer Park, $20. Benefits the African and Native American Cultural Activities Museum. Call 410-348-5528.

Sept. 18: "A Fund Raiser" sponsored by the Fort McHenry Business Association benefits Baltimore Museum of Industry's Buy-a-Brick Campaign and the Patriots of Fort McHenry's efforts to build a new visitor's center at the national landmark. 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Baltimore Museum of Industry, 1415 Key Highway. Tickets $55. Call 410-625-2672.

Sept. 19: "ArtSwings," Maryland Art Place's benefit exhibition and auction. 218 W. Saratoga St. 6:30 p.m. to midnight. Black tie, zoot suits and jive dresses. Tickets $175. Call 410-962-8565.

Sept. 20: "Dream Cruise" aboard the Bay Lady benefits the Thelma March Scholarship Foundation, which gives college money to selected graduates of Baltimore's Dunbar and Douglass high schools. Cruise from Inner Harbor to Key Bridge. Dinner. 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets $40. Call 410-435-0500.

If you'd like to have your social event listed here, please fax the information to Sylvia Badger at 410-758-1654.

Golfing for Hope Lodge

The game of golf has become one of the favorite ways for area charities to raise a little money. I stopped by the Cattail Country Club in Glenwood recently to have lunch with some charity golfers before they teed off for a fun day on those rolling hills at Cattail.

Former O's first baseman Boog Powell was the honorary chair of this fund-raiser for the Hope Lodge, a home away from home for cancer patients undergoing life-saving medical treatment at area hospitals.

Boog, whose golf partner was his pal Bob Watson, said he'd heard about the lodge while he was living in Florida. Seems a man who worked at Boog's marina there lived at Hope Lodge while being treated for cancer in Baltimore.

Tourney chair Jay Rosengarden was pleased with the turnout, which included a winning Nationsbank team of Don Littleton, Bob Kaestner, Trevor Buck and Mark Warns, and the Harkins Builders team of Blase Cook, Gary Garofalo, Jim Kreckel and Stuart Chandler.

St. Paul's School for Girls is 40 this year, and headmistress Evelyn Flory and her staff recently kicked off "Gatorfest," a yearlong celebration named for the school's mascot, the Gator.

More than 900 students, parents, board members, alums, faculty members and staff attended an informal lawn party on the school's beautiful Brooklandville campus. Many arrived carrying picnic baskets, but Graul's market provided box dinners for those not inclined to do so.

Charlotte Douglas, a SPSG teacher and parent of two alums, and Leslie Saxton, parent of an alum and wife of former board president John Saxton, pulled this very large event together.

Others at the party were Sandy and John Unitas, Wickie Plant, Michael Sloneker, Annette Paterakis, Xandy Waesche, Julia Sawyer, Gail Chrzan, Sam Hoyle, Lisa Hardiman and her husband, Erik Ginsberg, Steve and Jackie Boesel, and Alex Fisher.

What a nice way to celebrate being 40!

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