Episcopal church to offer crab cake, chicken dinner


June 25, 1999|By Peg Adamarczyk | Peg Adamarczyk,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

THE WOMEN of St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Pasadena will be busy tomorrow morning picking through pounds of crab meat to get ready for Sunday's crab cake and chicken dinner to raise money for new hymnals.

The dinner -- which includes two vegetables, dessert, coffee and tea -- will be served from noon to 5 p.m. at the church, 7859 Tick Neck Road. Homemade goodies from the bake table also will be for sale.

Tickets, available at the door, are $12 for adults, and $6 for children, 6 to 12. Children 5 and younger can eat for free. Carryouts are available.

Information: 410-255-1070.

Helping children

The child advocacy program of the women of Pasadena United Methodist Church has been providing diapers, formula, special formulas, baby foods and fruit juices to Food Link of Annapolis through its emergency baby pantry mission project.

Donations, plentiful during the colder months, dwindle in the summer but needs always exist. The group collects baby items and cash donations year-round.

Information: 410-647-3090.

Concert with a beach theme

Dust off your surfboard, drag out that loud Hawaiian shirt and get ready for a musical trip to the beach Sunday as Downs Parks Bayside Concert Series takes to the stage.

The 6 p.m. concert will feature the laid-back sounds of Mike and Mike playing tunes popularized by the Beach Boys, Jimmy Buffett and Van Morrison.

Admission to the amphitheater is free, but parking is $4.

Blankets, lawn chairs and picnics are welcomed.

Alcohol is not permitted, and bicycles, skateboards and roller skates are not allowed in the concert area. Pets are welcome.

The 1999 Bayside Concert Series is sponsored by Lauer's IGA, McDonald's of Lake Shore, Sanders Jewelers, All Things County, Pasadena Business Association, Maher's Florist, Kurtz's on the Chesapeake and Apple Press, with additional grants from the county and state arts councils.

Information: 410-222-6230.

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