Bill List, one of our own Linthicum neighbors, was part of last week's ceremonies to commemorate the Korean War. It happened somewhat by chance. Three years ago he learned that the Navy was naming a ship after one he served on during the war. One thing led to another for this veteran who ended up at the dedication of the Korean War Memorial in Washington.
Call 437-4120 or 923-2655 by Wednesday to reserve a space.
New Orleans-style music will be featured at the next Concert in the Park, scheduled for 6 p.m. Sunday in Linthicum Park.
The musicians also will play popular marches, concert band music and take requests. The audience is invited to participate in sing-alongs.
Gino Mezzapelle is director of the group and head of Great
Music Productions. He plays the clarinet. Barry Dove plays drums; Ken Hall plays banjo; Dewayne McCale plays coronet; Billy Taylor plays trombone; and Bob White plays tuba.
The public can bring picnic suppers and chairs. The concert, sponsored by the Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights, will be canceled if it rains.
For more information, call Jo Barker at 859-3308 or Delores Schuman at 789-7546.
The Linthicum Elementary PTA will have an executive board meeting at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at the school.
The calendar for the coming school year will be discussed and a proposed budget will be presented for comments and recommendations.
7+ Interested parents are asked to attend.
The next special event in the Summer Reading Program at the Linthicum Library will be a presentation by the Maryland Science Center. "Chemistry With Fizz, Foam and Flash" is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Wednesday.
This event is for children entering grades kindergarten through sixth.
Seating is limited, so come early.
The library is at Hammonds Ferry and Shipley roads.