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Custom Car Show's proceeds will benefit high school band


THE GLEN BURNIE High School Band will showcase auto excellence at a Rod and Custom Car Show from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in the school's center court area.

The fee for entrants is $12 per car. Plaques and trophies will be awarded to winners.

All models and model years are eligible.

Admission is free for spectators, and food will be available for purchase.

All proceeds will benefit the GBHS marching band, which will perform Friday at a home football game at 7 p.m.

Its halftime show will feature a "007" theme, with tunes from James Bond movies.

For details on the fund-raiser, call Judy Ugaz, 410-255-9315.

Boosting athletics

Glen Burnie High's Athletic Booster Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 20 in the principal's conference room, in the administration building.

The group supplements the school's athletic program and promotes community interest in GBHS programs. Membership dues are $5 per family.

One of the Boosters' new projects will benefit the North County Emergency Outreach Network. Boosters are encouraging people to bring a can of food to each home athletic event for donation to the network's pantry for the needy. Donations will be collected in marked barrels near the ticket booth.

Club officers this year are Gary Falls, president; Barbie Lay, vice president; and Donna Falls, secretary. The position of treasurer remains open.

For information on the organization, call the school office at 410- 761-8950.

Boy Scout news

Boy Scout Troop 474 recently held its semiannual election. Officers are Rob Haight, senior patrol leader; Josh Herb, assistant senior patrol leader; and Erik Mitchell, Joe Ostrosky, Scott Loving, John Hewitt and Benjamin Lawless, patrol leaders.

Recent troop activities included a tubing trip on the Potomac River. Plans include caving , rappelling, skiing and camping.

Information: Les Sieling, 410-768-9444.

Spiritual enrichment

Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church has several enrichment programs for adults. All groups meet in the Parish Center.

Sunday to Sunday" meets at 7 p.m. Wednesdays. Its sessions include a video presentation, discussion and faith-sharing that are based on the Sunday Mass readings.

The "Listening Hearts" group meets from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Thursdays. The group provides a casual setting for Bible study and discussion.

"Growing in Faith" is designed to help parishioners learn more about their faith.

The first session is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday. Deacon Ed Gardner will address "What is it that makes us Catholic?"

Information: 410-766-5070.

Planning for bazaar

The Marley Middle School Parent Teacher Student Association is planning its Dec. 9 holiday bazaar and taking reservations for craft tables at $15.

To reserve a space, call Cindi Foard at 410-787-9174.

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