St. Luke’s Lutheran Church will hold a Rogation Sunday Service to honor local farmers April 28 at 10:30 a.m. at the church, 701 Green Valley Road, New Windsor.
The service is a way to acknowledge dependence on local farmers. A potluck celebration will follow the service.
Trevor Hoff, owner of Local Homestead Products in New Windsor, will give a short talk about his farming experiences.
Hoff, who has lived and farmed in Carroll County his entire life, stressed the importance of offering locally grown produce to the community, indicating the current focus of the operation [Local Homestead] is to produce as much local food as possible to sell directly to the community.
“Providing local and fresh food to our community is essential in our farming operation,” he said. “We strive to produce quality food products all while directly connecting our community with agriculture.”
John W. Peterson's "HALLELUJAH for the CROSS " will be presented by the Linwood Brethren Church Choir on Sunday, April 28, at 2 p.m., at 575 McKinstry's Mill Road.
Joan Myers, choir director, said, “The cross is the universal symbol of Christianity. Because of the cross we have an empty tomb, a great commission, an ascended Lord, an empowered church and a glorious hope of Christ's return.”
All proceeds benefit Springdale Preparatory’s Supporting Potential Scholars Fund in partnership with the Community Foundation of Carroll County.
Knights of Columbus to host Mother’s Day Breakfast
A Mother’s Day all-you-can-eat, country-style breakfast buffet, sponsored by St. Joseph’s Knights of Columbus Council No. 11631, will be held Sunday, May 12, from 7 a.m. to Noon in the church social hall, at 44 Frederick St. in Taneytown.
Tickets are just $8 for adults and $4 for children ages 7-10; kids 6 and younger eat free. All mothers will receive a marigold in their honor.
The menu includes pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, home fries, toast, chipped beef gravy, French toast, orange juice, tea and coffee.
For more information or questions, contact Vincent Perticone at 410-756-4886.
Donations sought for Carnival Silent Auction
The Union Bridge Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary is looking to the community for donations for the Carnival Silent Auction, which runs May 27 through June 1 in the Union Bridge Fire Company Activities Building, at 8 W. Locust St..
The Ladies Auxiliary is looking for handmade/handcrafted items, gift certificates, and baskets filled with an assortment of goodies.
For more information or to arrange to deliver your donation, contact Karen Kotarski at 410-775-7197.
All proceeds will benefit the community programs of the Union Bridge Fire Company and Ladies Auxiliary.
Carroll Vista to hold community-wide yard sale
The residents of the Carroll Vista community will hold their annual yard sale Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The community is located on Clubhouse Drive in Taneytown. The rain date is May 4.
Don’t forget to get your Gem Cupcakes tickets
Have you gotten your tickets for the Gem cupcakes fundraiser? Time is running out!
The Francis Scott Key High School Advisory Council and Academic Boosters still have tickets available. Tickets, just $5 each, or 5 tickets for $20, can be purchased at DK Jewelers, at 15 S. Cranberry Road in Westminster; Stonehouse Cakery and Café, at 12 E. Baltimore St. in Taneytown; or FSK High School, at 3825 Bark Hill Road in Union Bridge.
Redeem your tickets for cupcakes — which might contain a gem — at DK Jewelers during normal business hours, May 8 through 11.