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Baltimore Highlands church to present annual live Nativity scene Saturday evening

Christ United Methodist Church, 2832 Florida Ave., presents the annual live Nativity scene at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10. Actors portraying Mary and Joseph, animals and music will complete the tableau, remembering that holiest of nights. Afterward, all are invited to enjoy sweet treats with hot chocolate and coffee.

• The Sunday school Christmas festival is set for the next day, Dec. 11. Superintendent Mikie Johnson hopes to raise enough money to prepare food baskets for our needy neighbors. Call 410-789-9058 to donate what you are able.

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The Lansdowne-Baltimore Highlands Senior Center, 424 Third Ave., will host a traditional Christmas party from noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 13. The Olive Grove restaurant will deliver a buffet of chicken parmesan with penne noodles, shrimp scampi over rice, vegetables, salad, desserts and sodas for a $15 charge. "Fortune" will provide music. U.S. Rep. John Sarbanes will be on hand to greet guests.

This may be the final party Director Joyce Rosewag will organize for members. She will soon retire, although her heart will remain with the center.

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Breakfast with Santa is scheduled at the English Consul Volunteer Fire Department, 2827 Michigan Ave., from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Dec. 17, for a $5 charge. Pictures may be ordered for $2 . All proceeds assist with the department's operations.

• At dusk on Christmas Eve, watch for Santa's arrival by fire engine. Contributions at this time are also appreciated.

For more information about these activities, call 410-636-4434.

American Legion Post 195 , 2603 Virginia Ave., will welcome 2012 with a New Year's Eve party from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Dec. 31. Cost is $25 a person. Deejay Ultimate Sounds will entertain, along with John and Donna handling karaoke. Cheese and crackers, chips, pretzels, ham steaks, scalloped potatoes, peas and carrots, rolls, desserts and a limited open bar will be available. Noise makers and hats included with a champagne toast at midnight, followed by a continental breakfast.

To reserve a place, call Commander Bob Sinclair, 410-598-2667, or the hall at 410-789-6266.

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