Briefs
Senior steelworkers bull and oyster roast at UAW hall slated for Nov. 2
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 11:57
    Senior Steelworkers United Local 9477 will host a gala bull and oyster roast, with raffles and a silent auction, Sunday, Nov. 2, from 1 to 5 p.m. at United Auto Workers Hall, 1010 S. Oldham St.
    The catered menu features raw oysters on the half shell, pit top round beef, pit roasted turkey breast, sweet Italian sausage on the pit, homemade Maryland crab soup, barbecue baked chicken, garlic whipped potatoes, sauerkraut and kielbasa, baked ziti with meat sauce, seasoned green beans, Greek salad with feta cheese, homemade pasta salad, chips and pretzels and assorted breads, rolls and desserts. Beverages include beer, sodas, bottled water, iced tea, lemonade and coffee.
    Tickets are $35 per person or $350 for a table of 10. For tickets, call Don Kellner at 410-227-8462.
 
65 years of marriage
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 11:38

Gladys and William Cachola of Dundalk will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary and Mrs. Cachola’s 82nd birthday on Oct. 2 with a dinner. The couple were married on her 17th birthday. He is a native of Puerto Rico and retired from the U.S. Merchant Marine. She is a longtime member of East Baltimore Church of God. 

 
Together 65 years
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 11:37

Elaine and Albert Hastings of Holabird Avenue celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Aug. 30 with a family dinner at Vinny’s Restaurant. They were joined by daughters Terri Barton, Susan McGraw, Karin Hastings-Miller and Judy Walls, Mrs. Hasting’s sister Doris Barcikowski, Mr. Hasting’s sister Ruth DeSantis and extended family.

 
Married for 60 years
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 11:36

Former Dundalk residents Nancy Graff Loeffler and Frederick “Rick” Loeffler celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Sept. 27 with many friends and relatives at their home in Essex. The couple were married at St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church in Dundalk on Sept. 26, 1954. 
 

 
Trash cleanup reveals natural wonder
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 11:15

John Melzer of Dundalk found this molted skin of a seven-foot snake on the shores of Stansbury Pond during a cleanup of the area on Sept. 4. “After it sheds, it gets bigger,” he said of the snake. A General Motors retiree, Melzer is a member of Clean Bread and Cheese Creek and devotes two to five hours each day picking up debris and trash from area roads, parks and waterways. 
photo Roland Dorsey 

 
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