The Wilkens Police Community Relations Organization announced newly elected officers for 2012. They are: Lorna Rudnikas, president; Carolyn Winstead, vice president; Brian Bailey, treasurer; Chris Koloski, secretary, and Paula Wolf and Sandy Cullen, members-at-large.
The group, which supports the Wilkens Police Station through fundraisers, officer recognition and purchases of equipment and supplies, meets at 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday of every month at Maiden Choice School, 4109 Shelbourne Road. All are welcome.
For information, call the Wilkens station, 410-744-1584.
On Jan. 21, officers for 2012 will be installed by the English Consul Volunteer Fire Department, 2627 Michigan Ave.
They are Frank March, chief; Savoy Miller, assistant chief; Robert Bury, Jr., deputy chief; Matthew Runyon, operations captain, and Nick Hannigan, emergency medical services captain.
Also, Andy James, John Campbell, John Emkey, Jen McDevitt and Chris Johnson, EMS lieutenants; Richard Wentworth Jr., Andy Calabrese and Ron Ware, deputy sheriffs, and Kenny Blades and Richard Wentworth Sr., engineers.
• English Consul recently thanked Gerry Mathison for 50 years of service to the department. He has worn many hats during that lengthy span of time. Currently, Gerry helps as treasurer and calls bingo games.
• The fire department will host a dinner from 6-11 p.m. Friday, Feb. 10. Bingo follows. Pay $8 for the meal only; $20 for dinner and games; $12 for bingo only.
If you need a ride to the hall, call 410-636-5010 or 443-789-6375.
August Raveio American Legion Post 195, 2603 Virginia Ave., will sponsor a commander's dance from 7 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Jan. 28. Stuffed shells, tossed salad, garlic bread, dessert, sodas, beer and a limited open bar will be on the menu. Dancing will begin at 8 p.m. with Juke Box Live providing the music. Tickets cost $15.
Direct questions to Bill Bach at 410-247-4349 or 443-621-6624.
Lansdowne United Methodist Church members will prepare the church's annual pancake supper from 3-7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 21. In addition to five kinds of pancakes, the menu will include scrambled eggs, hash browns, applesauce, bacon, sausage, juice, coffee and tea. Buy tickets at the door: $7 for adults; ages 6-12 pay $3; free for those younger.
Call Betty Cain to learn more, 410-242-9156.