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Beltsville Briefs September 2022




Beltsville Young at Heart-September 2022

By Lois Hamilton


It will be so nice to see and talk to everyone at our September 15 meeting at the Beltsville Community Center. We have so much to discuss. Plans for the October 20 potluck, our November 17 Thanksgiving Gala in Laurel and voting to change some of our By-

Laws.

Please come and sign up for upcoming events and renew friendships. The duo “Dan & Cheryl” will be our entertainment in Sept. and Carol K. will have “goodies” to enjoy eating.

Sign up for future trips, take a chance on 50/50, and see what we have on our “free” table and Ways & Means table. Remember, we start at 11:00 am. and usually end by 1:00 pm.

See you in September. Remember, life is better when you’re laughing.


Local Artist Ellen Baer’s Art Exhibition


Beltsville artist, Ellen Baer, is having a solo exhibit from September 14th through January 6th at the Hill Center at the Old Navel yard in Washington DC. The exhibit features Baer's paintings, the "Circle Series," which uses circles as a vehicle to explore color interactions.

Some of the paintings use contrasting overlapping colors to create a sensation of sparkling light while others use subtle changes in color which reflect upon nature.

The opening reception is on September 14th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. RSVP at https://www.hillcenterdc.org/event/fall-solo-exhibitions-opening-reception/.


The Women’s Club of Beltsville


The Women’s Community Club of Beltsville will be having the first meeting of our 100th year on Thursday, September 8, at 7:00 pm at the Boys and Girls Club building at 11705 Roby Avenue. Light refreshments will be served. Please contact the Club at womensclubbeltsville@gmail.com for further information.


High Point Senior High - Class Of 1970 Mini Reunion


TheHigh Point Senior High - Class Of 1970 will be having a mini-reunion on Saturday, October 1, 2022, at the Rams Head Shore House on Kent Island, MD. Please contact us at Highpointshs1970@gmail.com for more information. The Committee has booked a space at the Rams Head Shore House, 800 Main St., Stevensville, MD on Saturday, October 1, 2022, from 3 pm to 7 pm.



Emmanuel member John Claye and Pastor Andrea M. King pack up backpacks to go to children in Sierra Leone.

Emmanuel United Methodist Church Sends Backpacks to Sierra Leone


Emmanuel United Methodist is helping their neighbors across the Atlantic. During the month of August they collected monetary donations to help purchase backpacks for children in Sierra Leone. They were able to send 50 backpacks to help children as they head back to school.




Emmanuel’s United Women of Faith to hold a Treasure Hunt Sale


The United Women of Faith at Emmanuel United Methodist Church (11416 Cedar Lane, Beltsville, MD 20705) will have a Treasure Hunt sale on October 1st from 10 am to 2 pm! Gather your goodies to sell or donate! Table rental is $20.00.

Call the church office for table rental (301) 937-7114. Proceeds benefit women and children through approved United Women in Faith projects.

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