Crofton Woods schedules Fun Fair on Saturday

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May 02, 2000|By Nancy Gallant | Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

EVERY OTHER YEAR, Crofton Woods Elementary School celebrates spring with a Fun Fair. This is the year, and Saturday is the day. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the school grounds will be full of games, entertainment, food and laughter.

Deb Wallace and Lora Lewis are co-chairwomen of this year's event, a job that involves a lot of work over many months. But in Lewis' words, "We love it. It's exciting."

They point out that scores of parents and staff members have been busy planning, preparing and organizing events. Many of the activities are old favorites, such as face painting, snow cones, games and entertainment.

A living Candy Land game will offer children a chance to walk through their board game fantasy. The goldfish game will also be back. Lewis said she was able to find bigger goldfish this year, so parents might want to look for a place to keep their children's prizes.

New attractions are a Moon Bounce and Hula Hoop and jump-rope contests.

Many businesses have contributed prizes and financial support for the fair. KHI Construction donated a playhouse, complete with windows and vinyl siding, as the big prize for one of the games.

All proceeds from the Fun Fair will be used for PTA activities supporting the school. These have included sponsoring educational and entertainment programs, adding walls to open-classroom spaces and installing sound systems to moderate the noise level in class space.

The fair will be held rain or shine.

Information: Deb Wallace at 410-721-5075 or Lora Lewis at 410-451-8358.

Church steak supper

Trinity United Methodist Church will sponsor a steak supper from 3: 30 p.m. to 6: 30 p.m. Saturday at the church at 956 Patuxent Road, in the Woodwardville neighborhood of Odenton. Parish men will prepare Delmonico steaks on outside grills, while the women add baked potatoes, green beans, applesauce, salad and beverages.

Tickets are $12 for adults, and $3 for children ages 6 to 11. Children younger than 6 eat free.

The oldest Methodist church in the West County area, Trinity United will celebrate its 118th anniversary this summer. Proceeds from the dinner will be used for the building's upkeep.

Information or tickets: Margaret Hornbeck, 410-544- 2785.

Shop for health

The SuperFresh store on Annapolis Road in Odenton will sponsor the county Health Department's Learn to Live program, "Good Food for Good Health Weekend," set for Friday through Sunday.

Shoppers can visit a nutrition booth staffed by dietitians, taste-test healthy foods and take home kits of free recipes, brochures and coupons for healthy food products.

Program hours will be 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Information about the Learn to Live program: 410-222-7979 or visit the Health Department Web site at www.aahealth.org.

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