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Voices will lift up at Glenelg High's Pops Concert [Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton]

Ross Rawlings, the choir director at Glenelg High School, invites you to a Pops Concert on Thursday, Oct. 16, at 7 p.m., in the Glenelg High School auditorium.

This is the first chorus concert of the year, and the only one which features the choral department exclusively. Performances will be selected by audition, and the students will perform solos, duets or in small groups. There will be a wide variety of music, ranging from modern to jazz and Broadway show tunes.

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The Madrigals will perform, along with the Concert Choir. Tickets are $8 per person, and are available at the school office, from any choir member or at the door.

The Glenelg Marching Unit Boosters will have a fundraiser at the Lisbon Pizza Hut on Monday, Oct. 13. You can dine in or carry out at any time during the day and help to support the group. When you mention the Glenelg Marching Unit to your server, a percentage of the sale will go to help pay for uniforms, instruments and flags.

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Jill Morton, the publicity chair person for the marching unit, encourages you to come out, enjoy a meal and support this award-winning group of students.

It's fall harvest time at Larriland Farm, and on weekends in October you can buy hot apple fritters made by Glenelg High School students. Cindy Beliczky has scheduled various student groups to make and sell apple fritters every weekend throughout the month.

Depending on the day you go to Larriland, you will see members of the boys and girls soccer teams, robotics club, softball team or members of the various choirs. Have a good time picking apples, choosing the perfect pumpkin for decorating, or enjoying a hay ride, and don't forget to eat some of the delicious apple fritters.

The Glenelg High School Booster's Club will hold its annual golf tournament at Cattail Creek Country Club on Monday, Oct. 20. The day will start with a welcome table at 7:30 a.m., and a 9 a.m. shotgun start.

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The golf tournament, drinks, a catered lunch and prizes are included in the registration fee. This is a major fundraiser for the Booster's Club, which uses the funds to support both athletic and academic groups at the high school. For more information, go to GHSgolfoutings.com, or contact Joan Forsyth at jeforsyth64@gmail.com

Jen Noyes, an active volunteer at Bushy Park Elementary, is now a member of the 2014 Advisory Council for the group Historic Ellicott City Inc. Noyes wants to remind everyone that the 2014 Decorator Show House will be open through Sunday, Oct. 19. This year's show house is in our neighborhood, at the Meriwether Farm on Roxbury Road in Glenelg. This is a great opportunity to tour a beautiful stone house which was built by members of the Dorsey family in the early 1800's. Tickets for the Show House are $20 in advance or $25 at the door, and are available for purchase at http://www.HECMD.org or by calling 410-461-6908. No children under age 10 will be admitted to the show house, and the house, like many historic properties, is not handicapped accessible.

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