Brooklyn Park activists will find no shortage of activities this week

NEIGHBORS

October 13, 2002|By Christina Bittner | Christina Bittner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

NO ONE could ever claim that Brooklyn Parkers do not have an opportunity to get involved in their communities. If you doubt me, take a look at this week's schedule of community meetings.

The Brooklyn Heights Improvement Association will hold its meeting at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Brooklyn Park Library, 1 E. 11th Ave.

The association will be accepting nominations for president, vice president, recording secretary, membership secretary, treasurer and three delegates at large for the 2002-2003 year.

Each delegate at large represents an area of the community. The northernmost area is bounded by Frankle Street on the north, Orchard Avenue on the south, Ritchie Highway on the west and the Baltimore line on the east. The second covers the area from Orchard Avenue south to Townsend Avenue, with Ritchie Highway on the west and the city line on the east. The third area is bounded by Townsend Avenue on the north, Magie Street on the south, Ritchie Highway on the west and the city line on the east.

All members who are current on their association dues and attended at least three meetings during the year are eligible to stand for office. Information: 410-636-9611.

Olde Brooklyn Park Improvement Association will hold its regularly scheduled meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Brooklyn Park Elementary School, at Morgan Road and 14th Avenue.

Association President Arleen Hodges has invited Democratic state Sen. Philip C. Jimeno, Democratic Dels. Joan Cadden and Mary M. Rosso, Republican Del. John R. Leopold and Democratic County Councilwoman Pamela G. Beidle to answer questions from members. Information: 410-636-3269.

Meet the candidates

The Arundel Improvement Association has come up with a sure-fire way to get members of the community out to meet the candidates for elective office. AIA will hold a Meet the Candidates Night on Thursday, and will provide all those attending with a spaghetti dinner beginning at 6 p.m.

Have dinner, meet the candidates, find out what is happening in your neighborhood, talk with your friends and neighbors and register to vote, all courtesy of the AIA.

Fall Festival

To help residents get into the spirit of the fall season, St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church and School invite everyone to take part in its annual Fall Festival from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday in the school hall, 410 Jeffrey St.

Games for children and a display of crafts and prizes for adults will be available. On Friday evening, children are welcome to come in costume and take part in special activities. A sit-down dinner will be served each evening. Information: 410-355-8515.

Harvest Dinner

St. Athanasius Catholic Church has scheduled its annual Harvest Dinner for Oct. 20. The menu will consist of sour beef, roast beef, mashed potatoes, assorted vegetables, beverage and dessert.

Tickets for adults are $11 in advance and $12 at the door. Tickets for children age 7 to 12 are $5. Children age 6 and younger will be admitted free. The church is at 4708 Prudence St. Information: 410-360-2833, 410-789-3013 or 410-355-5740

Bless the Years

Bless the Years Sunday will be held Oct. 20 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 308 Oak Manor Drive in Glen Burnie.

Bless the Years Sunday is a means to recognize and celebrate each year added to our lives. The senior members of the church will participate in the 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. worship services as greeters, readers, communion assistants and ushers. All seniors will be honored for the work they have done for the church and for being a great resource for the church's ministry. Members who are 80 years of age and older will receive special recognition.

Adults age 55 and older are invited to attend a luncheon at 1 p.m. Saturday. Youth volunteers under the direction of Troy Bauer, director of youth ministries, will serve the meal. The gospel ministry of Bev and George Card of the First Street St. John's Lutheran Church in York, Pa., will provide the entertainment.

Reservations for the luncheon should be made today: 410-766- 2283.

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