The August J. Raveio American Legion Post 195 installed new officers for 2012-13. They are Joseph Phillips, commander; Joseph Miller, adjutant; Noah Crum, judge advocate; Howard Cooke, finance officer; Ben Olson, assistant finance officer; William Byrd, historian; Charles Byrd, service officer and Gus Balaz, executive committee.
Leading the Sons of the American Legion will be Raymond Lease, commander; Robert Keys, first vice commander; Rick Mortimer, second vice commander; Ricky Mortimer, third vice commander; Dave Hullihen, adjutant; Bill Logan, finance officer; Richard Grabenstein, judge advocate and Timothy Culp, chaplain.
Appointments for the Ladies Auxiliary are: Kelly Culp, president; Cindy Lease, first vice president; Mary Ringrose, second vice president; Brenda Harmon, secretary; Donna Miller, treasurer; Karen Nance, chaplain; Lydia Cadden, historian; Angela Harshberger, sergeant-at-arms and Dot Mortimer, Patrice Roberts and Cass Youngbar, executive committee.
• Sons of the American Legion will host its annual crab feast 1-6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, at 2603 Virginia Ave. In addition to steamed crabs, the menu includes crab soup, beef barbecue, fried chicken, hot dogs with sauerkraut, potato salad, coleslaw, green beans, corn on the cob, vegetable tray, watermelon, rolls, cake and coffee. The CRB Band will entertain.
Call Ray Lease, 410-841-4662, to reserve a $37 ticket.
The Lansdowne-Baltimore Highlands Senior Center, 424 Third Ave., celebrates summer with a luau from noon to 2 p.m. Thursday, July 26. Rib eye steak, baked potatoes, herbed carrots, coleslaw, rolls and apple crumble will be served with Cathleen Kenny offering entertainment. Tickets cost $6 and must be purchased by July 24.
Call the center at 410-887-1443 for information.
Christ United Methodist Church plans an outing to Oriole Park at Camden Yards on Saturday, Aug. 11, to watch the Baltimore Orioles challenge the Kansas City Royals at 7 p.m. Before the game, a statue of former Oriole and baseball Hall of Fame member Eddie Murray will be unveiled.
Call Jacques Ladder for $6 tickets, 410-789-9058.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun