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Kiwanis Club to hold 21st golf tournament


Kiwanis Club of Crofton will hold its 21st annual charity golf tournament May 21 at Walden Golf Club, with Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce as co-host and Crofton Mobil its sponsor.

The cost, including greens fees, cart, lunch, dinner and door prizes, is $125 -- with a discounted rate of $100 for those registering by May 12.

Nongolfers may attend the dinner for $30.

Sign-in for the event will begin at 11 a.m., with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. A hole-in-one contest will be featured, with prizes for "closest to the pin" and "longest drives."

The first-place team will win $240, second place $180, third $120 and fourth $80.

Information: tournament chairman Dave Espie, 410-721- 0246, or write Crofton Kiwanis Foundation, Box 3101, Crofton 21114.

Proceeds from the tournament will benefit local charities.

Laurel Main Street fest is planned for May 12

The 21st Laurel Main Street Festival will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 12.

Traffic on Main Street will be replaced by booths for vendors of crafts, antiques and food, and games, pony rides and free entertainment.

The event will start at 9 a.m. with a parade. Sixteen bands are scheduled to perform from five stages in the festival area.

Information on participating in the parade: Kay Harrison, 301-483- 0838.

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