Dinner planned at Park Head Church

March 29, 2012|Anne Weatherholt | Around Hancock

Park Head United Methodist Church’s group, Women 4 Worship, will hold a hot roast beef and hot turkey sandwich dinner Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Park Head Fellowship Building behind Park Head Church. 

The church is a few miles east of Hancock off Interstate 70 at exit 9 at 9512 National Pike, Big Pool. 

Included in the meal are mashed potatoes with gravy, corn, applesauce, dessert and drink. Tickets are by donation. The meal will be eat in and carry out. 

For more information, call 301-842-3202.

Egg hunt to be held

Even before Holy Week officially arrives this weekend with Palm Sunday, the Community Easter egg hunt will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Widmeyer Park.  Registration is at 1:30 p.m. with participants encouraged to bring a nonperishable food item to donate to the food pantry at the Interfaith Service Coalition. 

Co-sponsors of the egg hunt are Hardee’s Restaurant, the Hancock Lions Club and Hancock United Methodist Church.

Jakes Day event

The National Wild Turkey Federation will hold its Jakes Day at the historic Woodmont Rod and Gun Club on Woodmont Road Saturday, April 7, beginning at 7:30 a.m. 

Various activities will be held throughout the day to promote conservation and encourage youths to participate in hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities.

The event is open to those ages 6 to 16. Registration is required. 

The event also includes trout fishing in the Tonoloway Rod and Gun Club Pond in the afternoon.

The club is on Woodmont Road, just west of Hancock several miles off Interstate 68.

For more information, call Dave Clark at 301-302-9741.

Rotary dinner

The Rotary Club of Hancock will hold  its annual dinner, auction and drawing Tuesday, April 10, at Hancock American Legion. Tickets cost $40 per couple, with proceeds benefiting the Rotary Club College Scholarship Fund.

For tickets, call Debbie Cohill at 301-331-6605.

Hancock Lions Club

The Hancock Lions Club is trying to locate all of the World War II veterans living in the area.

The club is compiling a list of veterans so that future generations can honor them.

To be included on this list, call Larry Gerber at 301-678-7731.

Fire company accepting used books

The Hancock Fire Co. is planning a book sale. They are accepting new and used books and magazines in good condition — all types for all ages. Residents can drop donations at the fire station on Fulton Street, or call 301-678-7739 to arrange a pickup.

Dates and times for the sale will be announced in the near future. 


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