The dinner costs $7, and includes half a chicken, roll with butter, and two sides.
The event is sponsored by the FBLA.
Members of the Clear Spring High School History Club collected nearly 750 health and hygiene items for the Clear Spring food bank.
Last year, members donated more than 1,000 food items, and this year they wanted to supply the often overlooked items that families need on a daily basis.
Some of the donated items included 135 toothbrushes, 100 bars of soap, 40 bottles of shampoo and conditioner, 86 razors and other items.
History Club members are proud to do their part to support the food bank, said adviser Richard Snyder. In addition to the donated items, the club also contributed $200 to help the food bank make purchases of items.
The annual community dinner will be Wednesday from 5 to 7 p.m.
The dinner will be held at Blair’s Valley Fellowship Building, 13505 Blair’s Valley Road. Delivery is also available for shut-ins in the Clear Spring area.
For deliveries, call 301-842-2292.
Clear Spring High School yearbooks are on sale. The deadline to order yearbooks is April 15 before the price increases from $55 to $70. Those who want a 2011-12 Blazer yearbook can send money to the school with students.
For more information, call 301-766-8082.
Lego Building Club
The Clear Spring Library will hold a Lego Building Club on Tuesday, April 3, from 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. The club meets on the first Tuesday of the month. The children will be given access to Duplos and Legos.
There will be a building challenge, but free building is allowed.
For more information, call 301-842-2730.
Did you know?
Did you know that the School Board once owned Plumb Grove? It was built around 1807 on land granted in a 1752 patent to Nathaniel Nesbitt. The property belonged to generations of the Nesbitts until it was sold to Frederick Warner in 1892.
It remained with Warner’s heirs until sold to the county board in 1967. It was given back to Clear Spring residents after a long fight by the Clear Spring District Historical Association.