xml:space="preserve">
xml:space="preserve">
Advertisement
Advertisement

Co-host needed to host future meetings

A member of Calvary Lutheran Church would like to begin a regular AA meeting at the church. Since there are few such meetings in the area, the church would like to support the community in its journey of sobriety. It is looking for a second host. If you are willing to co-host, please call the church office at 410-489-5280 or Melissa Larsch at 605-786-6408.

Calvary also wishes to co-host an Al-Anon meeting for family members and friends of folks with alcohol problems at the same time. Again, please call Calvary if you are interested in co-hosting. You do no need to be a member of the church to co-host.

Advertisement

The Glenwood Senior Center is sponsoring a session “Black History Storytelling” on Friday, Feb. 2, at 11 a.m. It invites all to come learn from Griot Janice Curtis Greene, who will perform costumed reenactments of Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad and through interactive participation. The audience will sing Negro spirituals and become intrigued by other activities that contributed to the cultural fabric of the country. The hope is for an enthusiastic crowd. No preregistration is necessary.

For our equestrian friends wishing to shake off the dust and sharpen their skills for spring, there will be a Ranch Riding Clinic held at Oak Spring Equestrian Center on Bushy Park Road on Saturday, March 17. Riders can register for two separate sessions: the first, from 9 to 11 a.m. and the second, from 1 until 3 p.m. Each session costs $100. Audits will be accepted for a fee of $20 each. The clinician is Terry Helder, one of the original promoters of ranch riding in the area. To register, contact Ashton Sullivan at arsullivan157@yahoo.com. Food will be available on site at the arena.

Recommended on Baltimore Sun

Advertisement
Advertisement