That's a bingo! Doors open at 6 p.m. on May 31 at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Parish House, 2892 Route 97 in Glenwood with bingo cards for eleven games, food, drinks, prizes of gift baskets and a 50/50 raffle.
All ages are invited to the bingo night with proceeds to benefit the St. Andrew's 2015 youth pilgrimage. Admission is $10 for an evening of fun with a good cause behind it. Questions? Call 410-489-4035.
What a team we have in the volunteers of West Friendship Fire Department. More than 15 career staff and volunteers from Station 3 staged a mock DWI incident at Glenelg High School on May 13, just prior to the school prom.
With great assistance from Glenelg High School's Resource Officer Steve Willingham, along with eight student volunteers and members of the Howard County Police Department, the horrific staged crash scenario was enacted on the grounds of the high school and meant appropriately to scare the heck out of students.
Good job. firefighters and personnel of Station 3.
Tonight's the night. The angelic voices of the West Friendship Elementary choral students will resound on May 29 when the kids perform at 2:30 during a school performance and again at 7 p.m. during a performance for families.
The Shepherd of the Glen Lutheran Church mini flea market is set for June 7, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Carole Kramer, coordinator of the yearly church book sale, announces the seventh annual flea market and "mini" book sale.
Vendor spaces are free of charge. Six-foot-long vendor tables are available for a rental fee of $5. Questions about the sale? Call Kramer at 410-442-2475 or email her at email@example.com. Shepherd of the Glen is at 14551 Burntwoods Road in Glenwood.
Marcie Barnard and the gang at the Pink Cabbage at Triadelphia Rd and Route 144 have announced the date of the annual Funky Flea sale. The indoor and outdoor flea market will be held on June 7 , 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and is set, as usual, to be a "little bit of Paris flea market" right here in West Friendship. Yummy snacks, friendly banter, bargains galore and a benefit for the American Cancer Society.
It's not too early to think about summer programs for the kids, according to Marriotts Ridge High School summer camp coordinator Christine Forman. Registration is open for the Marriotts Ridge High School Booster summer sports and music camps.
Camps are available for students from third grade through high school. The roster of choices is extensive. For a complete list of selections and for registration information, check out the website at http://www.mrhs.com/summer-camps.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun