Chesapeake Womans Club sets luncheon to pay for scholarships PASADENA


After a well-deserved summer break, we've brushed the sand from our feet, and we're ready for another event-packed fall season in the greater Pasadena area.


The Chesapeake Womans Club invites you to its annual bingo luncheon on Sept. 22 at Kurtz's Beach.

The doors will open at 11 a.m., and lunch will be served at noon.

Admission is $5 and includes food and one card. Additional cards are available.

Proceeds will benefit CWC educational scholarships for displaced homemakers and local high school seniors.

For more details, call Katie Haines, 255-6087.


The Northeast High School Band Boosters is sponsoring a flea market from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow on the school parking lot, 1121 Duvall Highway.

Spaces are available for $15.

Proceeds will be used to help purchase band uniforms.

For reservations or more details, call Rose Morgan, 255-1645, or Ann Andercyk, 255-7524.


The Stoney Creek Democratic Club, 8123 Fort Smallwood Road, will host its second Sunday party from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.

Admission is $7 and includes a hot platter, chips, pretzels, beer and setups. Music will be provided by Al Baitch.

For more details, call Rich Ames, 437-9388.


The Chesapeake High School Citizens Advisory Council will have its first meeting of the new school year at 7 p.m. Monday.

Parents of CHS students and others interested are invited to attend.

For more details, call the school, 255-9600.


The Pasadena Sportfishing Group will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday evening at the Orchard Beach Volunteer Fire Company hall, 7549 Solley Road.

Guest speaker will be Rick Jenkins, field editor for Woods and Waters magazine. He'll present updates on local fresh and saltwater fishing and discuss fishing baits and tackle and techniques.

Awards for the 1993 catfish contest also will be presented.

Anglers love to get an early start, so it's no surprise that the PSG will begin accepting donations for its Christmas lure tree on Monday evening.

Group spokesman George Bentz explained that members can contribute a lure (valued at $1 or more) for the tree and receive a chance at winning all of the lure decorations at the December meeting.

Membership in the PSG is free, and meetings are open to the public.

Food and refreshments are available before and during the meeting.

For more details, call Bentz, 255-3678.


Monsignor Raymond P. Kelley Council 10966, Knights of Columbus, is sponsoring an afternoon of bingo to benefit the Lodico family starting at 2 p.m. Sept. 26 at St. Jane Frances hall.

Joe and Courtney Lodico, a young couple from Upper Marlboro in Prince George's County, are the proud parents of quadruplets born April 27 at Georgetown University Hospital.

"We've organized this local fund- raiser in response to a plea to councils across the state from Michael Wilson, K of C Council 9302, to help the four surviving babies and their parents with mounting expenses," explained Len Switala, local K of C spokesman.

For more details, call Switala, 437-1216.


The Chesapeake High School Band Boosters will sponsor its fourth annual fall craft fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 6 in the student center. More than 150 craftsmen and women are expected to participate.

Artisans can rent 8-by-8-foot spaces for $25. Tables are available by request. Doors will open at 7 a.m. for setup. Band members will be on hand to help unload, load and set up.

For more information, call Steve Shaffer, 437-6419.


St. Jane Frances School has scheduled back-to-school nights next week starting at 6:30 p.m. Parent sign-in will be conducted in the school hall.

The schedule will be: grades one to three, Tuesday; grades four and five, Wednesday; and grades six through eight, Thursday.

The Rev. Dennis Tinder will begin the evening with a presentation on parents as primary educators in the Catholic faith. Sister Mary Monaghan, the principal, will discuss what's new in math and homework. Assistant principal Rene Hammond and teacher Cynthia Wieland will offer details about the reading connection.

Teachers also will be present to provide an overview of the curriculum to parents.

For more details, call the school office, 255-4750.

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