THE CROFTON Civic Association's annual Easter egg hunt is scheduled for noon Saturday at Crofton Elementary School.
Linda VanSickle, the association's recreation assistant who is organizing the event, said she has been pleased with the community participation. She advises egg hunters and their parents to be a few minutes early to get a good place on the starting line.
If hunting eggs isn't for you, try guessing how many jelly beans are in the bean jar at Town Hall. The person who guesses right takes home the jelly beans.
Sherri Gladwell Leimkuhler is looking for members of the Arundel High School Class of 1989. She and her classmates are planning a 10th-year reunion and need help. The class list is outdated, and the reunion committee wants to try to find as many classmates as possible.
Call Leimkuhler at 410-672-5939 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peace Presbyterian Church in Crofton will hold its annual spring butterfly hunt from 10 a.m. to 12: 30 p.m. Saturday at the church.
The events will start inside with crafts, music, stories and games, then move outside, where participants will hunt for paper butterflies, which are symbolic of the resurrection of Jesus. A picnic lunch will complete the festivities.
Craft fair date
A mischievous leprechaun must have gotten into my word processor last week and changed the date for the Jessup Teen Venture Craft Fair. It's scheduled for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, regardless of what you might have read in this space.
Key Club officers
Key Clubs at Arundel and Archbishop Spalding high schools have elected officers for next year.
At Spalding, the officers will be Morgan Klein, president; Brittany Klass, vice president; Betsy Riordan, secretary; Susan Lang, treasurer; and Crystal Schneider, representative to the Student Government Association.
At Arundel, the officers are Kristin McBreen, president; Danny Mays, vice president; Jackie Schinn and Wendy Scholfield, secretaries; and Shannon Masabni, treasurer.
Sheena Washington, Arundel's Key Club president this year, has been elected lieutenant governor for Key Clubs of the Capital District 14.
Arundel's Key Club has completed one of its most popular events, the Kiss-a-Pig contest. Teachers were given piggy banks to collect donations from students. The winning teachers got the dubious honor of kissing a pig during lunch periods Friday. The money was donated to diabetes research.
Teachers who earned the right to pucker up for the piglets were Timothy Poole, Donald Higdon and Jennifer Burkmar.
Pub Date: 3/23/99