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Play Bingo and support Glenelg High School [Glenwood/Glengel/Dayton]

Cynthia Scourtis, the secretary of the Parent Teacher Student Association at Glenelg High School, is ready to play Bingo and wants lots of people to join her. The Designer Purse Bingo will take place on Friday, Jan. 26 at the high school. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the games will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Seating is limited, so tickets might sell out. The admission price includes 20 games and three special games along with raffles and door prizes. Prize packages include purses as well as gift cards provided by local businesses. Food will be available for purchase. You can buy your tickets at the school or on the PTSA website at glenelgptsa.org. All the funds will be used for the after-prom party, which gives students a safe place to go when prom ends. If you need more information you can send an email to glenelghighschoolptsa@gmail.com.

It’s time for another Italian feast at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Glenwood. The feast will be on Thursday, Jan. 25, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Parish house. Dinner will cost $9 per person, with a cap of $30 for a family. Children 5 years old and under are free. You can eat at the church or take the food home with you. The delicious meal is prepared by Smokin’ Hot Bar and Grille in the Inwood Shopping Center. Proceeds will benefit the J2A youth group, which will be taking a mission trip in the summer of 2019. Don’t miss this opportunity to join a friendly group of neighbors for a great meal. For more information, call the church at 410-489-4035.

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On Friday, Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. there will be a guitar concert featuring Peter Griggs at St. Andrew’s Union Chapel in Glenwood. Griggs is an internationally-recognized guitarist and composer who is currently touring through Maryland and Virginia. His repertoire includes classical music of all periods, from Renaissance to modern, as well as flamenco, jazz, Brazilian music and his own compositions.

At the beginning of January, 32 teams from nine Howard County Public high schools competed in design or build physics challenges during the Fourth Annual HCPSS Physics Olympics. A team from Glenelg High School finished in third place. Congratulations to Ryan Baker, A.J. Banas, Aden Boyer, Jeffrey Read and Evan Roetering. This is the third year in a row that a team from Glenelg has placed in this competition.

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