May 1982

!! ~ lli I II I  IIl …. SERVING fHEPEOPL# OF CABIN JOHN AND BEYOND May 19, 1982 This is not a standard issue of The Village New___~s, but rather a special one-page edition pro- duced and circulated by the Cabin John Citizens Association. A new editorial team will take over the News on a regular basis beginning with the June issue. See the other side for details. CITIZENS ASSOCIATION ELECTION MEETING: TUESDAY, MAY 25 ” ” New officers for 1982-83 will be elected at the next meeting of the Cabin John Citizens Association on Tuesday, May 25, at the Clara Barton School building. The meeting will start at 8 p.m. Nominations were presented at the April 27 meeting, but additional nominations may be made at the May 25 meeting. The candidates proposed by the Nominating Committee are: President First Vice Yresident Second Vice }resident Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary …. Treasurer Pat Conelly Joe Moravec Betsy Lawrence Mertene Stewart Barbara Martin Ceph Patch A thank-you is due to the members of the Nominating Committee who worked hard to present a good group of candidates. The committee’s members were Frank McKinney, Calvin Kytle, Katy Glakas, Betsy Lawrence, Bill White, Kay Kemp, Cappie Morgan and Susan Luchs. The May 25 meeting will also hear reports on matters of community concern: aircraft noise, security, land use developments, and whatever is on your mind. Everyone who lives or works in Cabin John is welcome at the meeting, although only those who have paid 1982 Association dues will be eligible to vote. Ceph Patch, Treasurer, will gladly accept dues payments before the voting! ~qAYFAI}{ TO BE HELD AT B~NNOCKBURN SCHOOL ON MAY 23 Bannockburn School is holding a Mayfair on Sunday, May 23, from 12:30 to 5 p.m. There will be a silent and live auction (continued on other side…) of fantastic goods and services: a trip outside this country, a weekend at a Hilton hotel, a mini-computer course for children offered by Bannockburn teachers, and hundreds more items. Also there will be an international cafe, childrens’ booths, games, hot dogs, balloons, and a “Gently Used Items” sale. -,~:-:L’. ‘ .:. ;:;. . .j . ‘ ‘. :i. “~ ‘.- ‘ “‘ -‘~.-” You can make donations to this “Gently Used Items” •(rummage) sale. Welcome are children’s clothing, toys, books, sports equipment , and household items of all kinds. Tax deduction receipts ~ ” . .~) ~~~. Will .be available for donated items. – .”-,i/ ” :: :” .!:- Please-bring your contributions for. the sale to the ‘ ” ‘- .”::: .B-&nnockburn School, 6520 Dalroy Lane, on Thursday or Friday …. . .frogs 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., or on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. “~:-” ….. Qt~estions about the sale will be gladlyanswered by. Cappie : ~ Mo rg&n, 320-3269. FREE SWIM PROGRAM TO BEGIN AT PALISADES POOL Cabin John children will be able to swim free at the Palisades l ool from 11 a.m. to I p.m.~on Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning on Tuesday, June 22. No more than 75 Children can be accomodated on any one day. Children unaccompanied by adults must be at least 6 years old. On the first day that a child comes to swim, he or she must~ bring a permission note from his or her parent or guardian. Since there must be at least one adult present for each six children, many adults are needed to help out, if possible on a regular basis. P~lease volunteer your services by calling Diane Kellogg at 229-7412 or 492-6229. This is a wonderful program,fun for all, and the Cabin John community is grateful to the swimming pool association for making it possible once again. VOLUNT~’S needed for editorial and producti’on ‘work for “The Village News. Not more than 2 or 3 hours a month.- Please •call Susan Luchs, 320-3401, or Andy Rice, 229-3503, for information. VILLAGE NEWS P.O. Box 164 Cabin John, Md. 20818 BULK RATE U.S.POSTAGE PAID CABIN JOHN, MD. 20818 P EP~41 T 4210 Resident 6517 80th Street” 5″

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