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May 16, 2012
The Elkridge Volunteer Fire Department Junior Firefighters will sponsor a luau youth dance for ages 9-15 on Saturday, May 19, 7-10 p.m., at the fire hall, 6275 Old Washington Road. Tickets are available at the door for $10 per person with a maximum of 200 tickets sold. Food and beverages, which includes pizza, corn dogs, pretzels, nachos, candy, water and sodas, will also be for sale at the dance. As always, the department enforces a "no exceptions" policy on appropriate behavior and dress code for its youth dances, and also mandates a strict adult sign-in/sign-out procedure for attendance.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2013
An invitation to Baltimore strip club Scores' annual end-of-summer luau that included "a little part of the beach" inside caused a scare when it landed on a desk at Constellation Energy Group on Tuesday morning. The party's promoters bought some sand from a craft store and added it to the invitations, sent to businesses and others who sign up for Scores' mailing list. But when someone found the substance in two of the unmarked envelopes at Constellation, they dialed 911. Police and firefighters responded to the 18th floor of the 750 E. Pratt Street office tower shortly after 9 a.m., clearing the immediate area where the mail was opened, fire spokesman Ian Brennan said.
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NEWS
July 12, 2006
Maryland for Our Military, a non profit organization that provides services for American servicemen and servicewomen and their fami lies, was one of the sponsors of a luau held over the weekend at Ying ling-Ridley VFW Post 7472 in Ellicott City. Forty injured military person nel being treated at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Bethesda Naval Hospital and their families attended.
NEWS
May 16, 2012
The Elkridge Volunteer Fire Department Junior Firefighters will sponsor a luau youth dance for ages 9-15 on Saturday, May 19, 7-10 p.m., at the fire hall, 6275 Old Washington Road. Tickets are available at the door for $10 per person with a maximum of 200 tickets sold. Food and beverages, which includes pizza, corn dogs, pretzels, nachos, candy, water and sodas, will also be for sale at the dance. As always, the department enforces a "no exceptions" policy on appropriate behavior and dress code for its youth dances, and also mandates a strict adult sign-in/sign-out procedure for attendance.
NEWS
By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2013
An invitation to Baltimore strip club Scores' annual end-of-summer luau that included "a little part of the beach" inside caused a scare when it landed on a desk at Constellation Energy Group on Tuesday morning. The party's promoters bought some sand from a craft store and added it to the invitations, sent to businesses and others who sign up for Scores' mailing list. But when someone found the substance in two of the unmarked envelopes at Constellation, they dialed 911. Police and firefighters responded to the 18th floor of the 750 E. Pratt Street office tower shortly after 9 a.m., clearing the immediate area where the mail was opened, fire spokesman Ian Brennan said.
NEWS
July 5, 2006
Luau planned for wounded GIs The Yingling-Ridgely Veterans of Foreign Wars and its Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor a Hawaiian luau Saturday for wounded troops from Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Bethesda Naval Hospital. Hawaiian dancers and music, food, door prizes and games for children are planned. The event will be held from noon to 4 p.m. at the VFW post in Ellicott City. The luau is co-sponsored by Maryland for Our Military, whose members join members of the VFW's auxiliary and junior girls' unit in arranging weekly visits to Walter Reed and to the Molonge and Fisher houses, overflow housing on hospital campuses for troops and their families.
FEATURES
By Sylvia Badger | July 23, 1991
BETSY AND BOB STANG took advantage of Baltimore's tropical heat wave and hosted a luau last Saturday night. Many of the 200 or so guests went native and donned Hawaiian shirts, mu-mus and grass skirts. Top that with pretty leis, exotic frozen drinks and roast pig and you have the makings of a great luau.This annual party is a family effort for Betsy, who works for the Henry Adams Co., and Bob, an attorney with Stang, Wiseman and Hanson in Towson. Her mom, Carmen Fuller, and her sister '' and brother-in-law, Alita and Dallas Harris, live on a farm north of Frederick, and brought lots of fresh fruit for the party, while another brother, Charles Fuller, brought a hot cheese/taco machine.
NEWS
By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 10, 2005
I may be intruding on a nice little neighborhood secret, but I feel it's my duty to tell folks that there's a yummy luau going down five days a week in Timonium. The Ono Grill is nothing fancy - just terrific Hawaiian-style barbecue served out of a little shack sitting behind Jay's Shave Ice on York Road. It's the kind of place you'd expect to find, if you're lucky, at the end of a dirt road near a beach on Oahu. Jay's has been dishing out shave ice (the Hawaiian name for snowballs), ice cream and coffee drinks for a while.
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By Peg Adamarczyk and Peg Adamarczyk,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 10, 2002
MORE THAN 250 pupils from Chesapeake Bay, George Fox and Marley middle schools eagerly filed through the doors at Kurtz's Beach on Tuesday. The kids were ready to chow down, relax and have fun as their reward for successfully competing in the educational challenge created by County Councilwoman Shirley Murphy and the Business Advisory Board for Pasadena Schools. The contest, in its second year, provides a school-day field trip to a Hawaiian-style luncheon as an incentive for pupils to improve their grades.
NEWS
By Peg Adamarczyk and Peg Adamarczyk,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 1, 2000
THERE'S MORE to the feeling of Christmas than braving the traffic to visit Arundel Mills, and if you're looking to jump-start the holiday celebration with a little Christmas magic, a few local events will put you and yours into the right mood. The Chesapeake High School theater group is presenting a classic Christmas play, "Miracle on 34th Street," at 7 o'clock tonight and tomorrow night in the auditorium of the school, 4798 Mountain Road. Admission is $7 for adults, and $5 for children 10 and younger and for senior citizens.
NEWS
July 12, 2006
Maryland for Our Military, a non profit organization that provides services for American servicemen and servicewomen and their fami lies, was one of the sponsors of a luau held over the weekend at Ying ling-Ridley VFW Post 7472 in Ellicott City. Forty injured military person nel being treated at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Bethesda Naval Hospital and their families attended.
NEWS
By JOHN-JOHN WILLIAMS IV and JOHN-JOHN WILLIAMS IV,SUN REPORTER | July 9, 2006
The mix of fresh air, faux multicolored leis, miniature surfboards and an occasional green metallic grass skirt might not have been Hawaii, but it was just what Army Spc. Bryant Jacobs needed after being cooped up at Walter Reed Army Medical Center for almost two years. Jacobs, a 25-year-old from Salt Lake City, has been recovering at the medical center's Mologne House - an outpatient hotel for soldiers and their families - since being injured in a roadside bombing in Iraq on Dec. 3, 2004.
NEWS
July 7, 2006
Red Cross seeks blood donors The Red Cross says that after the July 4 holiday, blood donations have fallen to a critical level, and the community blood supply is not adequate for the needs of hospitals. In response, the Greater Chesapeake and Potomac Region of the Red Cross is urging eligible whole blood donors to schedule an appointment to give blood. Donors must be in good health, at least 17 (16 with written parental consent) and weigh at least 110 pounds. They must not have received a tattoo within the past year and not have donated whole blood in the past 56 days.
NEWS
By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 10, 2005
I may be intruding on a nice little neighborhood secret, but I feel it's my duty to tell folks that there's a yummy luau going down five days a week in Timonium. The Ono Grill is nothing fancy - just terrific Hawaiian-style barbecue served out of a little shack sitting behind Jay's Shave Ice on York Road. It's the kind of place you'd expect to find, if you're lucky, at the end of a dirt road near a beach on Oahu. Jay's has been dishing out shave ice (the Hawaiian name for snowballs), ice cream and coffee drinks for a while.
NEWS
By Peg Adamarczyk and Peg Adamarczyk,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 10, 2002
MORE THAN 250 pupils from Chesapeake Bay, George Fox and Marley middle schools eagerly filed through the doors at Kurtz's Beach on Tuesday. The kids were ready to chow down, relax and have fun as their reward for successfully competing in the educational challenge created by County Councilwoman Shirley Murphy and the Business Advisory Board for Pasadena Schools. The contest, in its second year, provides a school-day field trip to a Hawaiian-style luncheon as an incentive for pupils to improve their grades.
NEWS
By Peg Adamarczyk and Peg Adamarczyk,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 1, 2000
THERE'S MORE to the feeling of Christmas than braving the traffic to visit Arundel Mills, and if you're looking to jump-start the holiday celebration with a little Christmas magic, a few local events will put you and yours into the right mood. The Chesapeake High School theater group is presenting a classic Christmas play, "Miracle on 34th Street," at 7 o'clock tonight and tomorrow night in the auditorium of the school, 4798 Mountain Road. Admission is $7 for adults, and $5 for children 10 and younger and for senior citizens.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | November 24, 2000
LAHAINA, Hawaii - It's time for Maryland to get hungry and grow a mean streak. That was the gist of coach Gary Williams' message, as he sorted through two nights of disappointment and missed opportunities and sized up his team's failure in the season-opening Maui Invitational. What disturbed Williams the most while watching the 1-2 Terps get humbled like no other team on the Hawaiian island - No. 6 Maryland almost surely will tumble from the top 10 after losing to Illinois and Dayton - were the little things.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | November 24, 2000
LAHAINA, Hawaii - It's time for Maryland to get hungry and grow a mean streak. That was the gist of coach Gary Williams' message, as he sorted through two nights of disappointment and missed opportunities and sized up his team's failure in the season-opening Maui Invitational. What disturbed Williams the most while watching the 1-2 Terps get humbled like no other team on the Hawaiian island - No. 6 Maryland almost surely will tumble from the top 10 after losing to Illinois and Dayton - were the little things.
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