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March 10, 2002
Carroll County Sports Complex has announced programs for the spring and summer. Instructional summer camps will be offered for youth baseball, soccer and lacrosse. Camp dates and hours, eligibility, format and costs vary for each camp. Information: 410-857-4832. Team entries for the 2002 women's softball league are being accepted. Games will be played Friday nights from April 3 to August. Entry fee is $360 a team, due by April 12. An umpire's fee of $12.50 must be paid before each game.
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October 17, 2013
I think it's ridiculous that the Baltimore Marathon had no prize money to give to the winners of any of the levels of this year's race ( "Owings Mills' David Berdan wins Baltimore Marathon," Oct. 12). As The Sun reported, the city of Baltimore benefited from the event to the tune of a $38.6 million economic impact. The entry fee for the full marathon was $110. I'm not sure what the shorter races charged for entry, but I'm sure it wasn't free. I know that Under Armour dropped out as a title sponsor, but there were 27,000 runners!
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SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | November 19, 1992
Title games of the Howard County Bureau of Recreation Men's Fall Basketball League will be Sunday at Centennial High.In Division I, fourth-place finisher Celtics Not will face Frank's Bail Bonds.The Untouchables and Mitt's will meet in the Division II final.TennisThe Howard County Recreation Bureau and the Circle D Club are sponsoring their annual Toys for Tots USTA Tennis Tournament beginning tomorrow.The entry fee for each of the 30 competitors is one new toy, which the Marine Corps will distribute to needy children at Christmas.
NEWS
March 22, 2013
Eastern Shore views The exhibit "Discovering the Native Landscapes of Maryland's Eastern Shore" is on view through Friday, March 29, in the Adkins Arboretum's Visitors Center, 12610 Eveland Road near Tuckahoe State Park in Ridgely. For hours and information, call 410-634-2847 ext. 0 or go to adkinsarboretum.org. 'Equinox' The varied works of six women artists representing the rhythm of the season are on view through Sunday, March 31, in the Willow Gallery at Quiet Waters Park, 600 Quiet Waters Park Road in Annapolis.
SPORTS
By Phil Jackman | November 27, 1991
* Tomorrow: RASAC Turkey Trot 4-miler, White Marsh, 9 a.m., 529-1047; Turkey Chase 10-K, Bethesda, 530-3725.* Saturday: North Central Railroad Trail Marathon, Sparks, 10 a.m., 494-8649; Masters TC Cross Country Classic, Catonsville High, 9 a.m., 744-2852; Turkey Burnoff 5/10-milers, Gaithersburg, a.m., 353-0200.* Sunday: Annapolis Striders Cold Turkey 20-K, Edgewater, 10 a.m., 268-1165; Howard County Striders Metric Marathon, Columbia, 8 a.m., 992-6800; Dec. 1; Tri-Maryland Winter Biathlon (cross country/mountain bike)
FEATURES
By New York Times News Service | June 5, 1994
Q: I would like to visit Cabo San Lucas, in Baja California, Mexico, and wondered if there are any golf or fishing tournaments there this year.A: Cabo San Lucas is host to a number of marlin fishing tournaments in the late summer and fall, but no major golf tournaments.Most of the fishing tournaments are aimed at the serious sea angler: entry fees generally run into hundreds of dollars, and participants must provide their own equipment and boats, which can be rented in the town.All the tournaments have a daily weigh-in, when marlin caught during the day (some weighing up to 600 pounds each)
NEWS
April 5, 1992
An amateur arm-wrestling tournament will take place today at J. J.'sTavern in Point Pleasant.The weigh-in will be conducted from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and the competition will begin at 2 p.m. Anyone who has taken first or second place in a state tournament will not be allowed to compete.Right-handed male competitors will be broken down into six weightclasses: 150 and under, 151-165, 166-185, 186-200, 201-220, and 221 and above. Left-handers will be placed in three classes: 170 and under, 171-200, and 201 and above.
TRAVEL
March 1, 2009
Rehoboth Beach Chocolate Festival Where:: Rehoboth Beach Convention Center, 229 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach, Del. When:: 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday What:: The 19th annual festival is all about chocolate, with tastings, gourmet samples, raffles and children's games. The heart of the festival is the Chocolate Baking Contest, open to kids and amateurs, as well as restaurants and professionals chefs. Categories include cookies, brownies, pies, cheesecake, candy and "most unusual."
SPORTS
By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | January 18, 1998
Gov. Parris N. Glendening has appointed E. Joseph Lamp, a professor at Anne Arundel Community College, and Robert Gregory Jr., a Baltimore businessman, to the Wildlife Advisory Commission.The nine-person commission advises the Department of Natural Resources on wildlife management issues.Lamp is a former hunter and vice president of the Anne Arundel County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.Gregory is an avid outdoorsman and hunter and is the only African- American on the commission.
NEWS
September 12, 1990
HAMPSTEAD - Bruce Blackburn and Lisa Scherr were the big winners at the Four Seasons Sports Complex's third annual best body contest.Blackburn, of Hampstead, was picked as the best male in the contest, while Scherr, from Westminster, was chosen as the best female.Both won trophies for their participation.The male runner-up was Rich Spicer of Manchester, with Mike DeVincent of Hanover, Pa., coming in third.Linda Morris of Manchester was the female runner-up and Karen Miller of Sykesville finished third.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2011
King Leatherbury said Tuesday he will not be taking Ben's Cat to the Breeders' Cup next week at Churchill Downs. "I made the rule from the beginning, if I could not raise the [supplemental] $100,000 entry fee, I wasn't going," the legendary Maryland horse trainer said. "I couldn't raise the money, so the decision was made for me. I am a little disappointed, but I have a race here. " Ben's Cat qualified for the Breeders' Cup Grade II, $1 million Turf Sprint by winning a "Win and You're In" qualifying race.
NEWS
May 10, 2009
AACS golf benefit The Annapolis Area Christian School will sponsor the sixth annual golf classic tournament Monday at Queenstown Harbor Golf Club, 310 Links Lane, to benefit the school's tuition assistance and faculty development programs. Sign-in will start at 9 a.m. and game play at 11 a.m. An awards dinner will be held at 4:30 p.m. Entry fee is $150 per player or $600 for a foursome, and includes greens fee, driving range, cart, shirt, golf items, lunch and dinner. Information: 410-266-8251, ext. 116. Help for minorities Parents are invited to attend forums sponsored by the Office of Equity Assurance and Human Relations, Anne Arundel County Schools, to discuss achievements by African-American students.
TRAVEL
March 1, 2009
Rehoboth Beach Chocolate Festival Where:: Rehoboth Beach Convention Center, 229 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach, Del. When:: 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday What:: The 19th annual festival is all about chocolate, with tastings, gourmet samples, raffles and children's games. The heart of the festival is the Chocolate Baking Contest, open to kids and amateurs, as well as restaurants and professionals chefs. Categories include cookies, brownies, pies, cheesecake, candy and "most unusual."
NEWS
By LAURA VOZZELLA | May 18, 2008
Sometimes a pillar is just a pillar. And sometimes it's the death knell for a municipal slogan. On the corner of Lombard and Central, at one end of Baltimore's Corned Beef Row, Martin O'Malley's black-and-white BELIEVE motto has gone out in a blaze of beige. There are two big pillars at that intersection, put up years ago to create a gateway to a district then teeming with Jewish delis, butchers and bakeries. One, standing on the Lenny's Deli parking lot, says - surprise, surprise - "Lenny's Deli."
FEATURES
By KEVIN COWHERD | March 3, 2008
Let me begin by saying how lucky we are to live in an area where you can visit a replica of an 11th-century castle and feast on hunks of roasted chicken while knights on horseback joust and sword fight and a comely wench keeps coming up to your table and saying: "More to drink, sire?" Until the other night, however, I had not availed myself of this particular pleasure, owing to one major factor: Tickets are $50.95 each for adults. And I'm too cheap to fork over that kind of iron for anything less than Springsteen singing while I eat. Then Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, the company that puts on these feasting-and-fighting extravaganzas in nine cities around the country, held a "Media Night" at its sprawling Arundel Mills site to preview its new show, billed as a "spell-binding evening of royal entertainment!"
FEATURES
By Mary Carole McCauley and Mary Carole McCauley,Sun Reporter | September 30, 2006
At a time when the nation's top museums are ratcheting up their prices, Baltimore is marching in the opposite direction. Reports of escalating admission fees at public art galleries recently have made headlines across the United States. In June, the Chicago Art Institute changed its fee from a "recommended" $12 to a required $12. The next month, the entrance fee for New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art jumped from $15 to $20. And in August, California's San Jose Art Museum rescinded its free admission policy and began collecting $8 from each visitor.
SPORTS
September 29, 1992
A three-on-three basketball tournament and a golf tournament have been scheduled at Western Maryland College for October with proceeds to benefit the Green Terrors' men's basketball and golf teams.The basketball tournament is set for Oct. 10 at the Gill Physical Education Learning Center, beginning at 10 a.m.Entries for the double-elimination event will be accepted until Oct. 4 in the following divisions: over-35 men's, unlimited men's (over age 18, team members playing for an NCAA institution prohibited)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lori Sears | October 10, 1996
OktoberfestIf it's a braunschweiger and a cold malty lager you've got a taste for, the Oktoberfest in Annapolis is the place to be on Sunday. It's a celebration of all things German at the West Annapolis Business Association's sixth annual Oktoberfest celebration and street festival.Indulge in some authentic German food, enjoy the sounds of a German band, watch German dancing and, of course, for the beer lover, authentic lagers. Annapolis Street will be closed to traffic as 50 vendors and artists line the street to sell jewelry, furniture, baskets, watercolors, photography and more.
NEWS
By REBECCA LOGAN and REBECCA LOGAN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 30, 2006
When you're Tyler Bradford Stevens, life is full of fruit-juice wishes and Goldfish-cracker dreams. Yes, young Tyler has been living it up since winning the title of "Tiny King" in the state finals of the Sunburst Beauty Pageant and Baby Contest last weekend. Truth be told, Tyler has been doing pretty much the same things - many involving toy trucks and plastic drums - that he would be doing had he not won first place in his age group. The 16-month-old from Abingdon has no clue that his state-level victory means he will travel to Atlanta in August to walk the stage at the annual national competition put on by Sunburst Beauty Pageants Inc. Tyler is more in tune with the fact that his beloved juice and cheddar-flavored crackers, combined with macaroni and cheese, make up his favorite meal.
NEWS
By Peg Adamarczyk and Peg Adamarczyk,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 23, 2002
WHILE THEIR kids are savoring the last hours of summer vacation, parent volunteers from Bodkin Elementary PTA are making final preparations for a race and fun run fund-raiser scheduled for Oct. 12. The one-mile walk or fun run, geared to attract Bodkin pupils, will begin race-day activities at 8 a.m. The five-kilometer race will start at 8:30 a.m. Now in its sixth year, the 5K run and one-mile fun run have become popular events, drawing supporters and...
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