Newcomers Club plans meeting, fashion show


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The Severna Park Newcomers Club will, no doubt, attract a lot of pretty faces to its general meeting-luncheon-fashion show at 11:30 a.m. Oct. 18 at Fergie's Restaurant on the South River in Annapolis.

Fashions will be provided by Private Collection of Edgewater. The luncheon meeting is for members, guests and prospective members, and ladies from Newcomers' Et Cetera club. Deadline for reservations is Oct. 14.

Newcomers offers an opportunity to make new friends through its meetings and activities. Bridge for ladies and couples, book readings, tours and bird watching are among the group's activities.

4 For more information, call 647-0661 or 315-9817.


As activities move indoors, why not volunteer a few hours Monday, Tuesday or Thursday at the American Cancer Society's Discovery Shop. The shop had a very successful 1994-1995 season and could use your help to reach fund-raising goals for the new year.

E9 For more information, call Irene McElwee at 544-0568.

Julie Mann, president of Benfield Elementary School's PTA, has been joined by Richard Ingram, vice president, administration; Debbie Tribble, vice president, financial; Joslyn Bleick, treasurer; and Paula Leahy, secretary.

PTA dues at Benfield are $5. For more information, cal 987-3319

or 647-0652.


Kaitlin Teresa Farrell, a seventh-grader at Severna Park Middle School, is the Severna Park Elks' Student of the Month. She is the daughter of Maureen and Philip Farrell.

Kaitlin selected language arts teacher Phyllis Beardmore to accompany her to the dinner and award presentation.

Martha Skuby, a third-grader at Oak Hill Elementary School, was honored as Elks Student of the Month. The daughter of Eugenia and Mark Skuby was accompanied by teachers Peg Lowe and Denise Neal.

For more information about the award, call 647-6940.

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