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Take a walk at Glen Mar UM to benefit county food bank [Clarksville]

It's always nice to hear from former editor Connie Ballenger. Connie recently shared information about the Family 5K Run/Walk sponsored by Glen Mar United Methodist Church to be held April 20.

The event is a benefit for the Howard County Food Bank. You can sign up as an individual or as a team. The cost is $30 per participant and you are asked to bring nonperishable food items.

Those who register by April 2 are guaranteed a Run/Walk T-shirt. Go to http://www.glenmarumc.org/ to learn more.

New Hope Adventist Church on Hall Shop Road invites you to a special contemporary Easter musical on March 30 at 10:30 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. "Where Love and Mercy Meet" tells the story of a married couple in a difficult season of life.

For more information call 301-854-1866, e-mail info@lookingforachurch.org or go to http://www.lookingforachurch.org/.

The Frederick Chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America will meet April 6 at the Edenton Retirement Community Manor House. The group includes Howard County residents. The meeting begins at 10 a.m. and is followed by a social time.

This month's program will be presented by Tearra Donovan, outreach coordinator for Maryland Relay. Relay is a free public service for the deaf, hard of hearing, speech disabled or deaf/blind and includes the MD Accessible Telecommunications (MAT) reogram of free assistive telephone equipment to qualified residents.

The Frederick chapter meets the first Saturday of the month. Everyone is welcome to attend.

There were Irish smiles all around as St. Louis School joined in the fun of Baltimore's St. Patrick's parade. Some of the students and their families were part of a group representing Catholic schools.

On March 20, St. Louis School hosted a performance of four Irish dancers who perform with the World Champion Teelin Irish dance troupe. It's great to be Irish.

That isn't the end of the good news from St. Louis for March.

The St. Louis girls CYO basketball team beat Monsignor Slade in the final game of the Baltimore Archdiocese tournament to bring home the championship trophy for the second year in a row. The girls got an early lead and never looked back as they went for the win.

Congratulations to Brianna Dizon, Zoe Kreisel, Kat Seitz, Tess Kostelec, Jenna Florenzo, Justine Birrane, Ginika Nwaba, Kasey Gibbons, Vanessa Nyambi, Cecile McGarvey, Janie Romer, Samantha Salter and coaches Sue Gallagher and Mary Jane Tomasic.

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