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Annapolis Sunday Capital (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Annapolis, Maryland Broadbeck students Volunteer for causes near and far the devastating earthquakes on april 25 and May 12 in Nepal killed a combined total of More than 8,600 people. Though the country is More than 7,600 Miles from Anne Arundel county some local groups Are mobilizing to raise Hinds to Aid the hundreds of thousands of survivors left homeless by the horrific destruction. Several talented teens Are members of a Volunteer club founded in Early april by Broadbeck High school Junior Catherine Bond a Ayap reach is a Branch of the Annapolis Young artists program a music mentoring program founded by Natalie Spehar. They Are tuning up for the clubs first fundraiser concert for a cause at 7 . June 15 at Cape St. Claire around United methodist Broadbeck Church 855 Chestnut Wendi Winters to on i $5. Pm needs will be Given to the american red Cross to Aid nepalese earthquake victims. A your goal is $500,�?� Bond said. To enhance their goal a bake Sale will be Field before and during the concert. A red Cross representative will also discuss the Kimation in Nepal. The new club features vocalists mixed strings musicians and a pianist from Broadbeck and South River High schools the key school and Home schooled students. Bond a violinist was selected for this years All state orchestra. Two of her Ayap reach club cohorts violinist Annie Bowers and Viola player Katie Crouse Are All county orchestra musicians As Well. The club members Are dedicated to promoting music within the Community and providing Community service. Bond explained that the group performs recitals at retirement Homes serves As Volunteer Ushers at Maryland Hall for the creative arts and music related Community events and organizes fundraiser concerts and social events. Ayap reach also is planning to raise Money for underfunded music programs at local schools and programs that need new instruments stands and materials. A we Hope to have future concerts for local causes that Impact our Community and internationally a Bond said. By Wendi Winters state Broadbeck High school juniors Catherine Bond. 17, Annie Bowers 17, and Katie Crouse. 17 a founding members of Ayap reach a practice outside the school in Advance of their concert to raise funds to help victims of the Nepal earthquakes. Concert for a cause will be held at 7 . June 15 at the Cape St. Claire United methodist Church 855 Chestnut tree drive. For More information about. Ayap reach visit . Last week Bond Bowers and Crouse held a Short practice session at Broadbeck High. All three Are members of the National Honor society and trim the music Honor society. Looking ahead to fall 2016. Bond is planning to remain Active in music while double majoring in physical and mechanical engineering. If her schedule permits she Hopes to minor in music. Bowers also is considering minoring in music while pursuing degrees in French and philosophy. Crouse wants to earn a degree in International studies and Combine that with a major or minor in music. A your concert for a cause will be really special a Bond said. A it will be fully organized run and performed by High school students who care about our Community and communities like Nepal and who want to use music to help people.kudos to big hearted kids Broadbeck High students knew their Well liked instructor Chelley vukmanic was ill but they knew neither the severity of her illness nor its Impact on her life and family until they read the details in a previous a around Broad neck column. The article said Bonnie chief Ord Parent of a Broadbeck High student a enabled them to really understand what she was up four juniors a Courtney Bright Izzy Wagner Grace Cohen and Margaret chief Ord a decided to hold a fundraiser to help vukmanic with medical expenses. Margaret Blueford said they wanted to give Back because the teacher had Given so much to them Over the years. The teens baked and donated goods for a bake Sale held May 16 outside of Graulus Market in Cape St. Claire. The Sale netted $1,530, which has been Given to Slaughter honoured More than 200 people attended the dedication of a Ball Field at Arnold Park named to Honor the memory a and countless Volunteer hours a of the late Chuck Slaughter. Among the friends and family members who gathered around the sign bearing his name were his wife Melanie Slaughter and children Dylan Slaughter Anthony Slaughter and Brianna Slaughter. A believe it or not in death not everyone deserves to be memorialized. In this Case Chuck went above and beyond for the Broadbeck baseball and softball club and our Community and we Are proud to Honor him with this dedication a said Mark Garrity the county department of recreation and Parks administrator. Send your Broadbeck news and extents to to Purchase tickets visit or Contact Karen Shavatt at 443-569-4216 or Yard Sale a Community Yard Sale will be held from 8 . To i . June 6 at Galesville heritage museum. 988 main St. Setup starts at 7 30 . Space rentals Are $10 and tables will be provided. To rent a space Call Susie Cosden at 410-353-3136 or Dorothy Whitman at 410-867-473lpaint Stevensville Kent Island federation of arts is sponsoring paint Stevensville a Plein air painting event in and around Stevensville rain or Shine on june 6. Check in for artists is 9 ., painting is from to . To noon lunch is held from noon to i . And painting from i to 3 ., followed by wet paint reception awards from 3 to 5 . Roaming instructors will be provided to help guide painters. The Cost is $25 for Kina members $35 for nonmembers and $10 for youths. For registration and More information Call 410-643-7424.relay for life festival a Community festival for relay for life will be held from 3 to 6 . June 6 at South River High school 201 Central ave. East in Edgewater. The relay for life of South Anne Arundel county event will take place from 3 . June 6 through 6 . June 7. To sign up for the relay visit . For More information Contact Nancy Miller at Garden tour the Hammond Harwood House association will celebrate its 16th secret Garden tour and the 75th anniversary of the association from noon to 5 . June 6 and 7 in the historic Annapolis District. All of the gardens Are within easy walking distance and Are open to ticket holders to Benefit Hammond Harwood House. The tour includes an exhibition a ladies of influence 75 years of the Hammond Harwood House this exhibit highlights the women who started the Hammond Harwood House association and the influence they had on preserving the architecture and building a Fine Art collection in the mid-20th Century. The exhibition opening is from 6 to 8 . June 5 to kick off the Garden tour. Admission to the opening night exhibit is by donation. Tour tickets Are $30 in Advance and $35 die Day of the event at the Hammond Harwood House museum 19 Maryland ave. To Purchase tickets Call 410-263-4683 or visit Buckland lecture Marcia Miller will discuss colonial architect William Buckland during her lecture a William Buckland a legacy architectural craftsmen in Annapolis a from 6 to 8 . Wednesday at James Brice House 42 East St. A reception follows the lecture. This event is free for historic Annapolis members and $10 for nonmembers. To Register Call historic Annapolis at 410-267-7619.artists on the half Shell Muddy Creek artists Guild will present its annual a artists on the half Shell Art show thursday through sunday at Homestead gardens 743 w. Central ave. In Davidsonville. The show features works from local artists who live and work in Southern Arundel county. The Art explores a variety of subjects including the local Chesapeake Bay Region in an array of different Media including painting pottery photography jewelry and textiles. Show hours Are 9 . To 8 . Thursday 9 am. To 8 . Friday with a a meet the artists reception from 5 to 8 . With refreshments live entertainment and awards 9 amt. To 8 . Saturday and 9 a. In. To 5 . Sunday. In addition the Guild will also Host its studio intrepid workshop on saturday and sunday. During the workshop the artists engage with the Public in a Community Art project. Participants can choose to share the Art on the Community Canvas or keep the piece they be created for themselves. For More information visit . Veterinary medical Board the state Board of veterinary medical examiners will meet at 10 30 . Thursday at the Maryland department of agriculture 50 hairy s Truman Parkway. The meeting will consist of general Board business and a portion of the meeting will be closed to the Public. For More information Call 410-841-5862photography workshop the Queen Annex a county Centre for the arts 206 s. Commerce St. In Centreville will Host a workshop conducted by professional photographer Jay Fleming from noon to 7 pan. June 6. The workshop will focus on perfecting Fine Art photography techniques using proper lighting to move you beyond the digital Point and shoot aspect of your digital camera. Students should bring their dlr or Point and shoot camera As classroom instruction will be followed by an outdoor photography cession. Students Are encouraged to bring theft own photos with them for analysis and critique. This workshop is open to students Ages 12 and older. To Register Call 410-758-2520 by saturday. Courtesy photo the Annapolis amp Anne Arundel county conference amp visitors Bureau announced the creation of a tourism scholarship fund during its National travel and tourism Day Celebration on May 6. Iaac cab president and ceo Connie Del Signore and Board chairman Erin Mcnaboe presented a $12,500 Check to Maryland tourism education foundation president Deb Carter and challenged attendees to match the amount in time for the a 25th anniversary Celebration in september. From left Mcnaboe Annapolis mayor Mike Pantelides Del Signore Carter Anne Arundel county executive Steve Schuh and state sen. John farms tour the Public is invited to estate and arboretum Tours of Belvoir farms the ancestral Home of Francis Scott key at i 2 and 3 . June 20. Local experts will be on site to answer questions about the Home arboretum and slave quarters. Tickets Are $20 before june i and $25 after june l the proceeds Benefit the Severn River association. For directions reservations and More information about the estate visit audiences the Central Chesapeake chapter of the Public relations society of America along with the Maryland hispanic chamber of Commerce will present a reaching the growing hispanic Market a Best marketing and or practices a a panel to discuss Best marketing and Public relations practices to reach hispanic audiences. The program will be held from noon to l30 . June 3 at Union jacks British pub 2072 Somerville Road. The Cost is $25 for members of either organization and $30 for nonmembers and includes lunch. To Register visit june Woodland Beach carnival the Woodland Beach annual fireman a carnival and Parade will be held june i to 6 at the Woodland Beach Volunteer fire department 29 Londo town Road in Edgewater. Carnival hours Are 7 to to . Monday through thursday 7 toll . Friday and 5 toll . Saturday. Coupons for $5 discounts off the regular $20 Price of wristbands will be distributed to local business and some will be on hand at the fire department tuesday through thursday nights Only. The Parade will take place june 3. Line up will begin at 5 30 . And Mayo Road will be closed from Washington Road to Londo town Road from approximately 5 15 to 7 . For information email or Call 410-956-3100 from 7 . To 9 .blood drive the Crofton kiwanis club and foundation is sponsoring a Blooml drive in the Anne Arundel medical Center Bloodmobile from 2 to 7 . June 3 at Waugh Chapel Towne Centre near old Navy 1410 s. Main Chapel Way Gambrills. Appointments Are not necessary but available online at under the stars a an evening under the stars to celebrate 25 years of the Light House will be held from 6 toll . June 6 on the Lawn of a private residence overlooking Aberdeen Creek in Annapolis. Music will be provided by doctors orders along with entertainment by professional dancers from to shows a so you think you can dance and Quot dancing with the tickets Are $250 and the Price includes an open bar dinner and dancing. Attire is Dressy casual. S

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