Emmanuel Baust United Church of Christ will hold its annual vintage car and tractor display and peach festival on Saturday, Aug. 24 from 10 a.M. To 3 p.M., outside and inside the church with seller sales, video games, meals and extra.
“Anyone who’s inquisitive about spending a day searching at antique vehicles and tractors, gambling a few video games and eating some accurate food must come,” peach pageant committee member Eddie Dutterer said. “People of that technology will want to pop out and see the motors and tractors.”
People will convey their tractors and cars for others to revel in.
Antique automobiles, vehicles, and tractors from the ’70s and in advance are invited to deliver their cars and check-in in the morning from nine to ten a.M. An $8 rate registers an infinite variety of vehicles.
“We’ll have a few door prizes given out which might be donations from auto elements places and stuff like that,” Dutterer said, “We can even have an excellent in a show for tractors and another one for cars and a few other prizes.”
According to committee member Sandra Stonesifer, the event is for households of all ages, with masses of excellent food, games, a swing set and a slide for the youngsters, and so much extra.
“We could have cornhole and different games to be had to play,” Stonesifer said. “Music [from the ’50s and ’60s] will play continuously all through the day, and we are able to have lunch, and peaches and ice cream and a bake sale desk. A member of our congregation will do face portray for kids, too.”
There’s not anything so precise as a homemade lunch crowned off with peaches and an ice cream sundae. Stonesifer said they will have fish fry sandwiches, hot puppies and ham sandwiches on the market, plus vegetable trays with dip, potato chips, ice tea, lemonade, soda, and water.
“We’re going to have a 50/50 raffle this yr to be drawn after the car show prizes are given at 2:30 p.M.,” Stonesifer stated. “We also have a variety of craft vendors and some direct sales experts. One of the people coming is blacksmith [Bill Brilhart] who has a 27-foot trailer he’s going to set up to promote his objects and do demonstrations.”
Stonesifer said the air-conditioned parish hall is already full of providers, but out of doors companies are nonetheless welcome at a fee of $25 in step with the area. All proceeds from the day will go into the church’s capital budget.
“We simply upgraded the outdoor of our parish hall and we’ll be concentrating on the inside next because we’re now renting out the parish corridor to others,” she stated.
“We like to say we’re the church by way of the pond,” Stonesifer stated. “We’re recognized for our hospitality and for the best meals. We are going to stop all of that off with peaches and ice cream!”
But United Church of Christ is located at 2950 Old Taneytown Road in Westminster.
Rape Crisis gives magnificence for survivors of sexual assault
Beginning on Sept. 25, the nonprofit Rape Crisis Intervention Service of Carroll County (RCIS) will offer an assist organization for survivors of sexual attack. There is an informational assembly on Sept. 17, and the group will then begin regular conferences on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to eight p.M.
RCIS therapist Stephanie Powers said the importance of this project.
“According to the [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention], one in three women and one in 4 guys will experience an act of sexual violence in their lifetime,” Powers stated. “Sexual assault influences each person differently, but often leaves survivors feeling worried, shame, guilt, and isolation. We wish to create a safe area for all survivors, irrespective of where they are of their restoration process, to build connections, advantage guide and examine capabilities to conquer their trauma.”
RCIS is presenting this possibility for survivors to obtain peer aid, examine coping talents and take part in recovery activities with a licensed therapist.
“We invite every person who may be interested in bravely taking manipulate in their healing, to join us for a support organization records consultation on Tuesday, September 17 at 6:30 p.M,” Powers stated. “We need all survivors to have a voice and a sacred area to share it.”
“Light refreshments might be served,” she said. “There is no cost to attend, however, donations are favored.”
Kispert stated RCIS gives services to sufferers (and their circle of relatives/help men and women) of sexual violence, aged 12 and older, and their services are unfastened and private.
“We offer a 24-hour crisis hotline [at 410-857-7322] for sufferers and others who need help, data and/or referrals.”
For greater information, name the primary workplace at 410-857-0900 or attend the 6:30 p.M. Facts session on Sept. 17, in the RCIS conference room at 224 N. Center St., Room 102, in Westminster.
Flea Market at Ag Center
The Westminster Indoor Flea Market can be held on the Carroll County Agriculture Center on Aug. 24 from eight a.M. To 2 p.M. This is the sixth marketplace because it changed into revived by using Ag Center personnel Heather Kuykendall and Ruben Villegas.
The Indoor Flea Market offers as much as two hundred spaces on dates whilst the constructing isn’t booked via other activities, and the areas frequently promote out.
Look for diffusion of objects, from antiques to family gadgets, home birthday celebration specialists, business agencies and home experts and some crafts.
The kitchen will sell breakfast, lunch and dessert gadgets during the day.
Those seeking to sell can also reserve a ten-through-10-foot area for $forty. Tables are also available for $5 each.
The Ag Center is positioned at 706 Agricultural Center Drive in Westminster. For extra statistics or to reserve a seller area, name Kuykendall at 301-651-4397.