Everyone had a smashing time during village cruise [Rodgers Forge]

June 14, 2017 - Picnic Time

The Rodgers Forge Community Association held a annual Community Picnic June 10 during a Tot Lot.

New house members Kristine Henry, of Glen Argyle Road, and Amanda Kastner, of Dunkirk Road, planned, organized, and managed a event, that enclosed a food truck, an ice cream truck, music, moon bounces, face painting, balloon animals, a tattoo station, games games and some-more games, a print counter compliments of proprietor Jean Ottey, of Dunkirk Road, and of course, a watermelon eating contest.

Dora Jacobs and Walker Stump-Coale, of Hopkins Road, and their 4 children, Isabel, JP, Hazel and Mac organized and managed a games, that ranged from pouch races to H2O balloon fights to splish dash sploosh, a H2O diversion designed for a younger kids that concerned a dripping sponge. Boy did those kids get wet!

The planners took a risk this year in relocating a cruise to a late afternoon to accommodate residents with asleep children and equivocate a feverishness of a midday. But it paid off. Hundreds of residents attended a cruise on what incited out to be a design ideal afternoon with a cold zephyr and copiousness of shade.

The Carter Braxton Chapter of a Daughters of a American Revolution respected a territory winners of a DAR American History Essay Contest Celebrating a Century of America’s National Parks during a luncheon Apr 8. Rodgers Forge Elementary School fifth grader, Sonya Harding, review her winning 600-word journal-style letter of a 5-day revisit to a Grand Tetons National Park, while Ellie Annis, a fourth-grade winner, wrote of a wonders found in Shenandoah National Park in a 1936 visit.

Both writers were presented with a bronze DAR Excellence in American History medal, a certificate, and a flowering open plant. Both also enjoyed a vast entertaining territory of moms, dads and siblings, who were assimilated by partner principal Michele Rowland and fourth-grade clergyman Sam Lenox. In addition, Sonya and Ellie were respected for their feat during a school’s Patriots and Defenders public on May 30.

source ⦿ http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-county/towson/ph-tt-neighbor-rodgers-forge-rodriguez-0614-20170614-story.html

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