Josie Anderson, Celia Dixon, Mary Margaret Shipley, Kim Solloway and Rose Sunderland
Day meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month September through May. Day meetings begin at 10:30 a.m. at the LHWC Clubhouse, 110 N. Hammonds Ferry Rd., Linthicum.
SUMMER CONCERTS IN THE PARK SCHEDULE: All concerts are held at Linthicum Park on Benton Avenue. Please bring chairs or a blanket. Picnicking is allowed but no alcoholic beverages. Concerts begin at 6:00 p.m. and will be cancelled if it rains. The Art in the Park Show, benefiting the Linthicum Decorating Committee, will be held on June 3rd, before the concert, in the afternoon. The LSIA Free Community Picnic will be held at 5:00 p.m. before the concert on August 4th; rain date August 11th.
June 23 - Appaloosa
Appaloosa was formed in early 1971 with an original vision of a full vocal band with steady playing of songs during their performance all the while pleasing the crowd with their party atmosphere. The current line-up is Gordon Holder on lead guitar, Tony Cesenaro on bass, Mike Flaherty (original member) on drums, Ed Knuckey lead vocalist and Chuck Ansell (original member) on keyboards.
June 3 - 6th Generation plus “Art in the Park” Show
The Sixth Generation is a dynamic rock and roll band at the forefront of musical style from the late 1960s. Formed in Michigan in 1966, the band was honored in 2011 when it was inducted into the Michigan Rock and Roll Legends hall of fame. Playing remakes of hits from the 1960s as well as original songs that Baby Boomers can readily identify with, the band performs across the Midwest and Mid Atlantic regions. Their crowd pleasing performances bring back fond memories for baby boomers and a surprising appreciation of good music for younger generations. http://thesixthgeneration.org/
July 7 - Summer Knights (Country)
July 14 - Bobby and the Believers
The Believers play many different venues including: concerts, night clubs, corporate events, social clubs, weddings, schools, and private parties. The band features two lead vocalists, five flashy horn players, and four rhythm and backup musicians plus a production crew.
July 21 - Praise and Joy: Three (3) Christian Contemporary Bands (St. John, St. Philip, LHUMC)
July 28 - Love Story Duo
Jazz standards from various eras and top 40 hits from the 50's to the present. An emphasis on duets and songs that celebrate life and love. Perfect for special occasions. Available for public and private bookings. (a black couple on FaceBook)
August 4 - U.S. Army Volunteers plus L.S.I.A Picnic in the Park
Since its inception in 1981, The Volunteers has been telling the Army story through rock, pop, country, and patriotic music. Its members have performed for millions of listeners in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, Kuwait, and Iraq.
August 11 - Crabtowne Big Band
The Crabtowne Big Band, an 18 piece swing band that plays a little bit of everything, has been entertaining audiences in the Annapolis, Baltimore, and Washington area since 1981. The band recreates music from the era of Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller and Count Basie Orchestras. It also performs big band arrangements of the music of modern pop stars as diverse as Lionel Ritchie, Bobby McFerrin, Barbra Streisand, and Brian Setzer.
April 11, 2013
RESULTS OF THE ANNUAL YOUTH ART AND WRITING CONTESTS – 2013
YOUTH ART CONTEST
Class 1 (Grades 6 – 8), First Place; Pedro Guzman, Corkran Middle School, Kandinski
composition. Second Place; An Xuan Phan, CMS, Fruit Bowl. Third Place; An Xuan Phan, CMS, Rhythm Cubes. Honorable Mention; Cassie Ferrante, Old Mill Middle School, Colorizing Photo.
Class 2 (Grades 9-12), First Place: Naomi Sagun, Old Mill High School, Rippling. Second Place: Yiqi Yu, Meade Senior High School, Ellas. Third Place: Fatima Tahir, North County High School, untitled. Honorable Mention: Irides Montes, NCHS, untitled and Shayna Quillen, OMHS, Still Life.
YOUTH PHOTOGRAPHY – COMPUTER ART CONTEST
First Place: Cassie Poel, OMHS, Tattoos. Second Place: Marissa Curtin, OMHS, Lilly of the Water. Third Place: Ashley Pettit, OMHS, Koi Fish. Honorable Mention: Ashley Pettit, OMHS, Octopus; Nicole Nastiff, OMHS, Ice Cream; Nicole Nastiff, OMHS, Hamburger.
YOUTH POETRY CONTEST
Category 4 (Grades 9-12)
First Place: Meredith Hale, North County High School, “Awakened”. Second Place: Chris Dean, NCHS, “The Surviving Man”. Third Place: Bradley Gilmore, NCHS, “Loss of My Baby Brother”. Honorable Mention: Brooke Baxter, NCHS, “PopPop”.
Category 3 (Grades 6-8)
First Place; Isabella Falen, Brooklyn Park M School, “The Broken Boy”. Second Place; Nellie Young, Lindale MS, “Natural Injustice”. Third Place; Angelia Rodriguez, LMS, “I am Independent”. Honorable Mention; Alexis Mallory, LMS, “Dear Heart”.
First Place; Carolyn Williams, LMS, “The Canvas of Life”. Second Place; Asia Brice, LMS, “I Stand Alone”. Third Place; Iyona Hyatt, Brooklyn Park Middle School, “Find Myself”.
Category 2 (Grades 3-5)
First Place; Tyler Smego, Linthicum Elementary School, “Craniums”. Second Place; Elizabeth Gaines, LES, “Dreaming”. Third Place; Bradley King, LES, “Baseball”.
First Place; Aliyah Hodges, Overlook Elementary School, “Fall is Near”. Second Place; Qiubei Li, OES, “If I Were a Dolphin”. Third Place; Rebekah Borman, LES, “Fairest”. Honorable Mention; Chayla Stanton, OES, “Green School”.
YOUTH SHORT STORY CONTEST
Category 4 (Grades 9-12)
First Place; Meredith Hale, NCHS, “It Won’t Happen to Me”. Second Place; Faye Gruzinski, NCHS, “27 Degree on Top, 29 on the Bottom”. Honorable Mention; Emily Noonan, NCHS, “Grandfather Time”.
Category 3 (Grades 6-8)
First Place; Jasmine McAdams, LMS, “Highways on E”. Second Place; Catherine Cantley, LMS, “The Sound of Revenge”. Third Place; Emily Stonesifer, LMS, “End Lane”.
First Place (TIE) Kailyn Knight, LMS, “Simply Mad” and Alexis Mallory, LMS, “The Amazing Baxter”. Second Place; YeEun Kim, BPMS, “The Wolf Pack”. Third Place; Marcus Hollingsworth, LMS, “The Tournament”. Honorable Mention; Ronak Patel, Monsignor Slade Catholic School, “Rock!
Fore! Ulf!” and Christian Thomas, MSCS, “Battle of Midway U.S.S. Yorktown”.
Category 2 (Grades 3-5)
First Place; Madison Powell, LES, “The Wannabee”. Second Place; Nathaniel Lathroum, LES, “The Hunted”. Third Place; Jenna Deramo, LES, “The Embarrassment”. Honorable Mention; Amy Zhao, LES, “Untitled”.
September's Opening Tea on Tuesday the 11th, a longtime club tradition, featured two historic related military happenings. The program, “Linthicum's Connection to the Red White and Blue: Who Knew?,” commemorates the War of 1812 and guest soloist, Jim Woodel, entertained. Woodel served 20 years with the United States Army Field Band and Soldiers Chorus and has traveled all over the world as a musical ambassador for his country. Other highlights of the opening tea was the installation of seven new members by Midge Knell, membership chairman, and presentations by the club's Hoby Ambassadors, Claudia Mui and Abby Hood.
After the meeting, members and their guests enjoyed a tea served with sandwiches and sweets prepared and served by the Hospitality Committee. In addition, members contributed to the collection of undies and socks for children ages 5-12. In addition, a 50-50 Raffle for the Capital Improvement Fund was held.
At the spring meeting of the Southern District, three Linthicum Heights club members were elected and installed. They included: Bernadette Simon for her second two-year term as Southern District president; Beverly Death, for her second term as recording secretary; and Celeste Riddle, for her second term as corresponding secretary.
The new Southern Lights officers include Verena Linthicum, president; Bernadette Simon, vice president and Janet Morgan, Secretary/Treasurer.