The Wesley John Arbaugh Martin Memorial Lacrosse Scholarship was presented on May 31 at Manchester Valley High School.
Wesley could have graduated this year, alongside the scholarship recipients, but tragically lost his life in a car accident on July 7, 2017. His family said in an email that the scholarship was started to keep his memory alive and to support his passion for lacrosse.
Wesley’s classmates and friends who each received $1,000 scholarships were Abigail Ziegenfuse, Jason Frazier (Wesley's best friend), Justin Greenwell, Jacob Lankford (first on the accident scene), Owen McCallum and Joseph Poore.
The next scholarship fundraiser will be held early next year at River Valley Ranch.
The Ballet Slipper will have a recital at Manchester Valley High School on Friday, June 14 and Saturday, June 15, 7 p.m. each night; and at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 16.
Tickets are $8 at the door and all the proceeds benefit the Manchester Valley Athletic Boosters. The recital is titled “Dancing into Film” and ballet will be performed to both modern and classical music from movies.
The school is located at 3300 Maple Grove Road, Manchester.
Matthews Tire car show
The 10th annual Matthews Tire Community Car Show will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 15. The rain date is Sunday, June 16.
Registration will be held at Matthews Tire, 1219 N. Main St., Hampstead; and vehicles will be on display on secure lots in and around the downtown area from 3:30 until 5 p.m. An awards presentation will be held at 7 p.m. Prizes will be awarded in select categories.
The fee to register is $15 and goody bags will be presented to the first 50 registered vehicles. All proceeds benefit NESAP in Hampstead.
There will be food for sale, prepared by St. John’s United Methodist Church; and music for all to enjoy. Spectators are free.
Grace Bible Church events
On June 22, Grace Bible Church will host a movie night at 7 p.m. Join them for a free movie, fellowship, free drinks and snacks. All are welcome; bring family and friends.
Transportation can be provided from the Manchester House by contacting Glenn at 443-904-5080 if needed. The church is located at 3250 Charmil Drive, Manchester.
In addition, the church offers The Blessing Ministry from 2 to 4 p.m. the second and fourth Sunday of each month at The Manchester House. The ministry is an outreach of the New Hope Fellowship Church of Westminster. They offer free unperishable items such as hygiene products, laundry detergent, toilet paper, cleaning supplies, dish soap, and paper towels. The House is located at 3226 Main St., Manchester. For information email TheMH3226@gmail.com or call/text 443-904-5080.
Boy Scout happenings
Summer has lots to offer kids of all ages, from all over. The Manchester Cub Scout Pack 2671 has been working hard to plan their summer activities.
The below activities are open to the public; and anyone with kids going into kindergarten through fifth grade, boy or girl, that are interested in scouts, should check out the following.
The pack meetings will resume in the fall, and they typically meet from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursdays at Kirkridge ARP Church, 2236 Old Fort Schoolhouse Road, Manchester.
On June 23, in the afternoon, they will visit to South Mountain Creamery to complete a self-guided tour. At the end of the tour they will enjoy an ice cream treat. This would be a nice low-key event to get to know our scout families.
On Aug. 9, there will be an inaugural Pool Party and Bonfire at 6 p.m. at the Lineboro-Manchester Lions Club Pool. There will be swimming from 6 to 8 p.m. and pizza and snacks for our scout families and guests.
This event is open to everyone interested in our Pack; and after swimming everyone is
invited back to Kirkridge ARP Church for a bonfire.
You can learn more about the Pack on their Facebook page: facebook.com/cubscoutpack2671; visit www.pack2671.org; or call the pack event coordinator Kayla Treichel at 240-676-8468.
Field hockey registration
The North Carroll Rec Storm Field Hockey is hosting Fall registration now through July 20. They are accepting girls and boys in grades kindergarten through eight; and both new and experienced players.
For registration, or more information, such as cost of uniforms and requirements, visit http://stonealley.com/Program/NorthCarroll.
NC Colts Cheer/Football Clinic: June 10-12, 6-8 p.m. nightly, Manchester Valley High School, 3300 Maple Grove Road, Manchester. Information: Justin Otto, firstname.lastname@example.org; Aaron Gall, email@example.com.
12th Annual Captain’s Choice Best Ball Scramble Tournament: June 15, South Hill Golf Course, 925 Westminster Ave., Hanover, Pa. $75/person; $300/team; includes cart, green fees, range balls, parking lot shuttle, ball handling assistance, beer and soda on the course, and picnic buffet. Information: www.ccmarines.org, Daniel Turner, 703-342-8969; Daniel.I.Turner@hotmail.com; or contact David Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
4th Annual Woofstock Fundraiser: June 22, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Ruhlman Brewery, 2300 Harvey Gummel Road, Hampstead. Admission: $10/ages 13 and older; free/12 and younger. Information: https://www.facebook.com/events/288855671734070/.
Shiela Johnson covers Hampstead, Manchester, Lineboro, and neighboring communities in northern Carroll County. She can be reached at email@example.com or 410-412-6787.