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Campaign to start new Cub Scout Pack in the area a group effort [Column]

Boy Scouts of AmericaAmerican LegionTom QuirkKevin KamenetzMemorial Day

The Interfaith Partnership of Lansdowne, Riverview and Baltimore Highlands would like to join the Boy Scouts of America in forming a Cub Scout pack to serve boys in first through fifth grades.

Our Savior Lutheran Church, 141 Lavern Ave., will host a meeting on Wednesday, May 21, at 7 p.m. for adults interested in committing time to this effort.

Pastor Linda Lewis and Brendan Canale, district executive for Baltimore area Boy Scouts will attend.

For additional information, call 410-239-0302.

American Legion Post 195, located at 2603 Virginia Ave., plans a Memorial Day service at 1 p.m. Monday, May 26. A special invitation is extended to those currently assigned to the Armed Forces and veterans no longer on active duty. Prisoners of war and those missing in action will be included. Parents are encouraged to participate, showing their children today's real heroes.

Call 410-789-6266 to learn more from commander Tom Cook or adjutant Joe Miller.

Enterprise Homes invites the community to the ribbon cutting ceremony for The Greens at English Consul at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 3.

This 90 unit senior housing complex is located at 4120 Oak Road, behind Baltimore Highlands Elementary School.

Chickie Grayson, chief executive officer of Enterprise, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, 1st District Councilman Tom Quirk and other government officials will be present. Light refreshments will be prepared.

Seniors 62 and older are eligible to rent one of the 72 one-bedroom and 18 two-bedroom apartments, which are convenient to public transportation, retail stores, churches and the Lansdowne-Baltimore Highlands Senior Center.

For information, call Linda Galati, Enterprise's local contact person, at 410-230-2121.

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