'Quilt Show Extravaganza' this weekend to feature hand-crafted work, techniques


AN EXHIBIT OF hand-crafted quilts is the highlight of the "Quilt Show Extravaganza" 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Marley Middle School, 7730 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd.

The show, sponsored by the Friendship Quilters Guild, has attracted participants from throughout the area, including the Baltimore Applique Society and International Quilts.

Admission is $3.

Quilting techniques and hints will be demonstrated, and quilting-related items will be on sale. Visitors can buy a $1 chance on a raffle of a quilt that has the "Iris Medallion" design.

Lynn Kampe, a charter member of Friendship Quilters, said the exhibition is not a sale. Some of the pieces are family heirlooms. One quilt has an appraised value of $20,000.

Ms. Kampe hopes the show will focus attention on the resurgence in quilting as a hobby and social activity.

Friendship Quilters is a group of 100 or so crafters of all ages. The group meets at 7 p.m. the second Thursday of each month at St. John's Lutheran Church in Linthicum. For information on the show or the group, call Ms. Kampe at 766-6010.


Parents of Glen Burnie Senior High students are invited to the annual "Back To School Night" at 7 p.m. Sept. 28, in the school auditorium.

Oliver Wittig, principal of Glen Burnie High, will introduce members of the administration and guidance department.

After the meeting, parents will get an abbreviated version of their child's daily schedule, meet the teachers and discuss the courses.

For more information, call the school office at 761-8950.


"Answering America's Call" is the theme of the 1995 Voice of Democracy audio essay the Veterans of Foreigns Wars is sponsoring for students in the 10th, 11th and 12th grades.

John McNeese is chairman of the program for Post 434 in Marley. He will work with students at Glen Burnie High to present a three- to five-minute taped essay addressing this year's theme.

Glen Burnie's winner will represent Post 434 at the district level and possibly at the national competition, where the prize is $20,000. For more information, call Mr. McNeese at 761-6718.

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