International tea opens new year for Woman's Club

NEIGHBORS

September 02, 2001|By Rosalie Falter | Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

FOR CLUBS that discontinue their meetings during summer months, September is the time to begin anew. One of these groups is the Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights, and it will start its new year at 10:30 a.m. Sept. 11 at the clubhouse, 110 N. Hammonds Ferry Road, with an International Opening Tea. This is an open event and the public is welcome to attend. Reservations are not required.

Teas, costumes, and artifacts from countries around the world will be showcased in the theme "Uni `tea' in Diversi `tea'." Countries known to have a long history of drinking this beverage will be represented. Members will discuss the history of tea and the Japanese tea ceremony.

Members and guests are welcome to wear any clothing or jewelry they might have acquired while visiting various countries.

Marge Booker, president, will preside over the meeting. On the agenda is a special recognition of 50-year member Betty Mohr, who has been elected to life membership by the board of directors. And Bernadette Simon, first vice president and membership chairman, will welcome and induct eight members into the club.

The club is collecting bottles of children's vitamins that will be distributed to well-baby clinics all over the world through the General Federation of Women's Clubs/Maryland Federation of Women's Clubs Outreach for Children's International project. Donations may be brought to the meeting.

The club's Innisbrook wrapping paper fund-raiser will be introduced. Entertainment 2002 books will also be available.

Information: 410-859-4433.

$13,000 raised for MD

If you watch the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon on WB54 tomorrow, listen for the mention of a local restaurant and hotel. The Rose Restaurant and Comfort Inn BWI raised more than $13,000 at its 13th Annual Golf Tournament to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The fund-raiser, which included live and silent auctions, was held Aug. 6 at Queenstown Harbor. "Our thanks to all who participated this year and who continue to make this event a huge success every year," said Karen Robuck, representing the Rose Restaurant.

AARP meeting

Linthicum Chapter No. 2244 of the AARP will hold its monthly meeting at 1 p.m. Thursday at St. John Lutheran Church, Maple and Hammonds Ferry Roads. Guest speaker will be Clyde King, a safety expert who will talk about seat belts and other safety issues.

Information will be available about the club's Harvest Festival to be held Oct. 4. Items for donation to the jewelry, crafts, Christmas, books (no magazines) and white elephant table for the festival will be accepted at this meeting.

Guests and prospective members are welcome to attend the meeting.

Information: 410-850-4630.

Spilled gardening

It's called a "spilled garden, and it may look like the pot has just tipped over with flowers and herbs falling from it.

But there's a technique to planting this type of garden. Marion Adams, a member of the Friendly Thyme Herb Club, will give a lecture and demonstration on the spilled garden at Friday's meeting at Ferndale-Linthicum Senior Center, 7205 Baltimore & Annapolis Blvd.

A social time with refreshments will start at 9:15 a.m., with the program and business meeting at 10 a.m. Guests are welcome.

Bertha Hunter will give an herb report on lavender. Joan Krammes will give the book report.

Information: 410-636-2151.

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