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					                                Sacred Heart Church, Glyndon, Maryland
                                  Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
                                              July 29, 2012

                                  Sacred Heart Parish Mission Statement
We, the people of God in the parish of Sacred Heart, are constantly attempting to become a faith community of
those who, believing in Jesus, proclaim God’s Kingdom and share the mystery of faith by worshipping the Father,
enabling all members to grow in their relationship with each other through the Son, and witnessing our gifts
through active service to others in the Spirit.

          Weekly Liturgical Schedule                                      Prayer and Worship
Saturday, July 28
                                                                 Presiders’ Schedule: August 5, 2012
 8:00 a.m. Mass         Elizabeth McCrory
                                                             4:00 p.m.                    Fr. Karoor
 4:00 p.m. Mass         Alverta Cade
                                                             7:00 p.m.                    Fr. Avendaño
 7:00 p.m. Spanish Mass Olimpia Escobar
                                                             7:30 a.m.                    Fr. Seitz
Sunday, July 29
                                                             9:00 a.m.                    Fr. Seitz
 7:30 a.m. Mass         Jim Higgins
                                                            10:30 a.m.                    Fr. McCann/JL
 9:00 a.m. Mass         Parishioners
                                                            12:00 Noon                    Fr. McCann/JL
10:30 a.m. Mass         Nancy Seifert
                                                              1:30 p.m. (Spanish) (MC)    Fr. Avendaño
12:00 p.m. Mass         Carmela Leone
                                                             5:00 p.m.                    Fr. Gray
 1:30 p.m. Spanish Mass Maria Sabat
 5:00 p.m. Mass         Sharon Peters
Monday, July 30                                                      Scripture Readings August 5, 2012
 7:00 a.m. Mass         Angela V. Julio
 9:00 a.m. – Communion Service                                    Ex 16:2-4,12-15   Ps 78:3-4, 23-25, 54
Tuesday, July 31 – St. Ignatius of Loyola, Priest                     Eph 4:17, 20-24 Jn 6:24-35
 7:00 a.m. Mass         Wanda Bohli
 9:00 a.m. Mass         Raymond Fendlay                    The Lord provides heavenly food for the Israelites to
Wednesday, August 1 – St. Alphonsus Liguori,               eat (1, Ps). Jesus proclaims himself to be the very
Bishop and Doctor of the Church                            bread of life (3). We lay aside our way of life to be
 7:00 a.m. – Communion Service                             created anew in his image (2).
 9:00 a.m. Mass         Virginia Hartley
Thursday, August 2                                         For reflection: How satisfying is your relationship
 7:00 a.m. Mass         Angie Julio                        with God?
 9:00 a.m. Mass         Betty Vice
Friday, August 3                                                              PLEASE NOTE
 7:00 a.m. Mass         Mary Patricia Youskauskas          The changes to the daily Mass schedule are as follows,
 9:00 a.m. Mass         Greg Dumandante                    beginning July 2, 2012:
 9:00 a.m. – Eucharistic Adoration                         *Monday:       Mass at 7:00 AM, (change)
Saturday, August 4 – St. John Vianney, Priest                             Communion Service at 9:00 AM (chg)
 8:00 a.m. Mass         Tilda Kemp                         *Tuesday:      Mass at 7:00 & 9:00 AM (change)
 4:00 p.m. Mass         Alverta Cade
 7:00 p.m. Spanish Mass Gonzalo Sanchez                    *Wednesday: Communion Service at 7:00 AM (chg)
Sunday, August 5                                                       Mass at 9:00 AM (no change)
 7:30 a.m. Mass         Stewardship Supporters             Thursday:      Mass at 7:00 & 9:00 AM (no change)
 9:00 a.m. Mass         Andreas Langner                    Friday:        Mass at 7:00 & 9:00 AM (no change)
10:30 a.m. Mass         Parishioners
12:00 p.m. Mass         Nancy Seifert                      Saturday:      Mass at 8:00 AM (no change)
 1:30 p.m. Spanish Mass Jose Rivas
                                                           * Please note the change in schedule
 5:00 p.m. Mass         Alvin Holter
                   Wedding Banns                                             Reminder-Dressing for Church
First Time: Joel Eduardo Alvarez of Sacred Heart and             As the weather gets warmer, please make an effort to
Angélica Argentina Pinto of Sacred Heart                         dress modestly when coming to church. Formal dress
                                                                 is certainly not expected, but out of respect for the
Second Time: Richard Arthur Walsh, Jr. of Sacred                 Blessed Sacrament, for fellow worshippers and
Heart and Mikayla Loren Gilbert of Sacred Heart                  reverence for our sacred space, please refrain from
                                                                 wearing overly casual dress, such as beach attire,
Third Time: Victor M. Romero of Sacred Heart and                 halter-tops, and short shorts.
Lilian Quinteros Medrano of Sacred Heart
                                                                   Mass at FutureCare/Cherrywood Nursing Home
                                                                 Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, August 1,
          We Welcome the Newly Baptized                          2012, at 10:30 AM at FutureCare/Cherrywood Nursing
Drew Christopher Dant, Wyatt Thomas Coleman,                     Home. Pastoral visitors are needed to distribute
Damian Gerard Lawrence Bianchi                                   Communion to those residents who are unable to
                                                                 attend Mass.
             Pray for those who have died
  May their souls and the souls of all the faithfully departed             Wedding Anniversary in August?
                    rest in peace. Amen.                         If the answer is “Yes!”, please call the Parish Office
Vincent Thomas DiPaula, Gonzalo Sanchez, Jennie                  this coming week (410-833-1696) and let us know
Sandona                                                          your names and years of marriage. Sunday, August 5
                                                                 at the 9:00 AM Mass, we will pray a special blessing
           Remember the sick in your prayers                     upon you and your marriage.
Lisa Allender, Sandy Allen, Lorraine Allgeier, Alex
Arriaza, Jean Berdini, Barbara Berkowitz, Ellen Bevensee,
                                                                           First Friday Eucharistic Adoration
Richard Bollinger, David Bott Sr, Bill Brown, Hugh Burns,                        Come! Let Us Adore Him!
John Carson, Joshua Carlino, Charlene Clark, Josephine
Collins, Connie Coyle, Lance Cyford, Robby Devin,                The Legion of Mary requests Eucharistic Adorers for
Vincent Diffenbaugh, Frank DiPietro, Meg Downey,                 First Friday Adoration of Our Lord. Please sign up for
Elaine Eckert, Jeffrey Eddy, Carolyn Eichler, Billy              an hour of private prayer with the Eucharistic Presence
Endres, Gene Fahey, Maureen Fahey, Margaret Fields,              of Jesus. For community prayer, come at 4:00 PM for a
Bob Franklin, Lorna Garner, Thomas Goonan, Joanne                Family Holy Hour for Life or join Esperanza Latina at
Gordon, David Hammen, William Hawthorn, Dean                     3:00 AM. All other hours are for quiet prayer. The
Heaton, Susan Hoff, Phil Huppmann, Lisa Kaputo,                  sign-up sheet will be in the Gathering Space of the
Margie Kilty, Gerry Kleiman, Julian Klipa, Jackie                Main Church on weekends and in the Little Church
Koerner, Stephen Langrill, Bobbie LaSov, Kathleen                from Monday to Friday.
Lowman, Dean Marks, Joan Martin, Lisa McKenna,                   At least two Adorers are needed at each hour in order
Gene Mersinger, Luz Miranda, Mary Morgan, David                  that we never leave Our Lord, exposed in the
Moore, Kathleen O’Brien, Mark Ostrow, Mary Pinkas,               Monstrance, alone. Those who are able please consider
Kirsten Pizzico, Beth Ralston, JoAnn Santos, Betty               signing up for the late night and early morning hours.
Schneck, Faye Seifert, John Seifert, Kerry Seitz, John
Spampinato, Barbara Smith, Michael Sova, Kathy                                 Catholic Scripture Study
Spiegel, Beverly Stansbury, Charles Stoner, Ellen                Discover the treasures of Bible study – it’s educational
Stoner, Karen Stoner, Michael Streeks, Gerard Sturla,            and fun! If you have never studied the Bible before,
Carrie Sykes, John Teal, Phyllis Teal, William Patrick           CSS guarantees that you will enjoy learning more
Tell, Norma Telleria, Larry Triplett, Daniel Tush,               about the Catholic faith through lessons, small group
Doris Walter, Frances Wheat, Margaret Zito.                      discussions, and DVD lectures. This year’s program,
                                                                 “The Letter to the Hebrews,” shows Christians the
   Names will remain on the Sick List for 5 weeks                way to remain faithful to the New Covenant revealed
If there is a need to have the name of your loved one            through Jesus Christ. Weekly Thursday sessions begin
on the list for a longer period of time, we will be happy        September 13th, morning or evening, and conclude
to accommodate you, but you must contact the Parish              with a 6-week Lenten study in March. A $55 fee
Office (410-833-1696) between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM                ($2.50 per week) covers the cost of materials. To
to make this request.                                            register by August 5th and for more information,
                                                                 contact Rosemary Owings at 410-833-1764 or
                                                              or     go      online    to
               Daily Rosary Recitation                         Christian Formation and Evangelization
A Holy Rosary for the Protection of Religious Liberty
will be prayed weekdays at 6:25 AM before the 7:00         DO YOU KNOW what incense is? Frankincense is
AM Mass or Communion Service. Please join us in            the main ingredient in the incense used in today’s
prayer in honor of the Blessed Mother.                     liturgies. For Christians, it has a rich prayer and
                                                           purification symbolism. From earliest Christian days it
                Prayer Shawl Ministry                      has been associated with Christ, beginning with the
Prayer Shawls are made for folks who are seriously ill.    magi gift.
Our Prayer Shawl Ministry will meet on the Third           Veneration is shown by incensing, as in the incensation
Tuesday during the month of August at 1:00 PM in           of the altar, the Book of the Gospels, the gifts of bread
Room 105. If you are interested in helping or would        and wine, the assembly and the body of the deceased
like a Prayer Shawl for someone, please contact Sister     during the funeral.
Helen at 410-833-1696 X 321.
                                                           The Year of Faith is coming!!! October 11, 2012!!!
     Holy Hour for Life with Songs and Prayers
The Sacred Heart Respect Life committee invites you                        Liturgical Ministers
to join them for a Holy Hour for Life on Friday,           All lectors, Communion Ministers, and altar servers,
August 3, from 4 PM to 5 PM in the Sacred Heart            please hand in your availability schedules for
Little Church. We will sing songs of praise, listen to     September, October, and November by August 1. If
children read prayers, and pray before the Blessed         you have an email address, please submit it.
Sacrament. We pray all will respect the sanctity of life   We have a new program scheduler and it has the ability
at all stages. If your son/daughter would like to read,    to email schedules directly. This would be a great
please arrive at 3:50 PM. Please call Denise Blair-        help. We will continue the postcard schedule for those
Nellies at 410-795-6852 for more information.              who do not have emails.

       Nursing Home Singing and Fellowship                                 Adult Confirmation
The Sacred Heart Respect Life committee invites you        Confirmation is a requirement to be a godparent or a
to join them in singing with the residents of Future       sponsor for Confirmation. If you are over 18 and have
Care Cherrywood Nursing Home (located near the             never been confirmed, please contact Sister Jude (410-
McDonald's Restaurant on Reisterstown Road) on             833-1696;
Wednesday, August 15, from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM.
We will meet in the lobby at 6:25 PM. Please call                          A Message to Parents
Denise Blair-Nellies at 410-795-6852 for more              Parents, generous and loving people are needed for
information.                                               service and leadership in our Church. Ask your
                                                           children to consider a Church vocation.
                 Our Stewardship
                   Weekly Offering                         Every week our children use the MagnifiKids! Mass
Offertory (July 22, 2012)                $ 22,749.93       books to help them to pray with us as a Community.
Envelopes                               ($ 20,822.04)      Help is needed to finance our subscription for next
Loose                                   ($ 1,927.89)       year. We would need about $700 for a year-round
                                                           subscription of 70 books.
           Electronic Fund Contributions                   If you or your organization would be able to assist us
(not included in above total)                              in ordering these books, please contact Sister Jude
Offertory                            $ 1,568.00            (410-833-1696; as soon as
Maintenance                          $    75.00            possible. Thank you! Thanks to our Sodality members
                                                           who have already contributed!
Next Sunday, our parish will take up the annual
Collection for Black and Native American Missions.             Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
Our financial contribution helps to support Catholic       Come meet some faithful Catholics who love the Lord.
Native American communities on reservations, in rural      Sacred Heart will soon begin its RCIA sessions to
areas and inner cities. The collection also supports       share with others the truths of the Catholic faith and
African American evangelization programs particularly      the fellowship of our church family. We invite you to
in the south. Let us unite ourselves with the love of      learn what Catholics believe in an open and welcoming
Christ in supporting the Black and Native American         environment.
Mission Collection with generous hearts.
These sessions also are opportunities for you to ask          Parish Photo Directory: All Ministries/Groups
those perplexing and difficult questions you may have      All of the many wonderful ministries and groups that
about the Church. The sessions are intended for people     make up our Sacred Heart community have the
who are not Catholic or who have not completed their       opportunity to be highlighted in the upcoming Parish
initiation as Catholics.                                   Photo Directory. If you want your ministry represented
If you, or someone you know, are interested or would       or have a group's special event remembered, send your
like more information, please call Sister Jude (410-       digital photos to If you need
833-1696;                           to make other arrangements, please call Jody
                                                           O'Grady at 410-833-1652. Let's make this directory
What RCIA can teach us about the New                       the best one yet!
This August, the Archdiocesan Department of                           Ministry Fair and Coffee House
Evangelization will be sponsoring a series of Summer       Our Ministry Fair will be on Sunday, September 16,
Study Days. In Porta Fidei, Pope Benedict XVI              after the 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, and 12:00
reminds us that the church community needs “to             Noon Masses. It will be outside the Main Church in
rediscover the joy of believing and the enthusiasm for     the courtyard under a tent. If your group has not
communicating the faith.” #7 As the Church of              signed up for a table, please contact Sister Jude.
Baltimore, we gather to discuss how the vision of the
                                                           We will have Coffee House outside by the Ministry
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults can assist in our
                                                           Fair on this Sunday. All other Coffee Houses will be
mission of evangelization. These gatherings will be
                                                           held in the Mother Seton Room after the 10:30 AM
specifically geared toward pastoral staffs, RCIA teams,
adult faith formation committees, and parishioners that
might be called to further their own work of
evangelization.                                                                Parish Library
                                                           Need some good books to read? Want to update
    • Thursday, August 16 – 7:00-9:00 PM –
                                                           yourself on the Church’s teachings on social concerns?
         Sacred Heart, Glyndon
                                                           Have questions about Scripture?
Reserve your spot by e-mailing
                                                           Don’t forget to stop by and browse in the Parish
Please submit name/s, parish, and location you plan on
                                                           Library (located by the Pepsi machine). You can find
attending. There is a $10 fee per participant. The
                                                           books on all religious topics there.
deadline to register is seven days prior to each
gathering. Please contact Michael Ruzicki with any
questions      at      or          Sacred Heart Youth Organization
                                                                             Seeking Volunteers!
                 Adult Co-ed Soccer                        Are you excited about your faith? Do you enjoy
New Players Still Needed. Please call Randy or Isabel      sharing the gospel? Youth Ministry is seeking
Chiat at 410-902-6788 or e-mail us at                      Catechists for the next session of our SOURCE High       or for      School Religious Education and our Confirmation
information. Join us on Sundays at 4:00 PM on the          Program.
Father Hooper field. See you this week!                    If you feel called to serve our Lord and our community
                                                           in this capacity, please contact Kathryn Cohagan
                                                           (410-833-7639)       or     Mary     Lee     McCusker
               Parish Photo Directory                      (
We have spaces on August 21, 22, 24, 25.
                                                                           Sacred Heart School
Mark your calendars now for a date to sign up for
pictures.    Sign-up can be done online -                     Sacred Heart School is Accepting Applications - or after weekend Masses.               Sacred Heart School is accepting applications for the
Please go to the Parish website to sign up (under          2012-2013 school year. Please call the school office at
“Parish News and Events”).                                 410-833-0857 to schedule a personal tour of our
If have any questions about the Photo Directory            beautiful facility, or visit the school website at
Process, please contact Sister Jude (410-833-1696; to learn more about what makes    or     Susan    Fronheiser        Sacred Heart School so special.
(                             Financial assistance and reduced tuition rates are
Please report to the Mother Seton Room to sign in.         available for children of active parishioners.
                                                           Our 4-year-old preschool offers a 5-afternoon a week
                Religious Education                                             Parish Life

 Religious Education Classes for Pre-K – 8th Grade                  Hairspray! Glyndon Area Players
Religion classes for 2012-13 begin again on                Welcome to the Sixties! It's 1962, and Tracy has
September 9, 10, and 11, so please register your           achieved her dream of dancing on Baltimore's own
children soon! Classes run from mid-September to           Corny Collins Show. There will be dancing in the
early May. Registration packets for new students from      aisles when Tracy and her fellow Council Members of
3 years old to 8th grade are available outside of the      the Glyndon Area Players perform "Hairspray" at
church entrances and at the parish office. Forms and       Sacred Heart on August 10, 11, 12 and 17, 18, 19.
lots of program information can also be found online at    Please        go        to        our      website,        For, for more information.
questions about the children’s Religious Education
program, please contact Sister Cecilia at 410-833-8515
or                                 The 2013 Sacred Heart Golf Tournament
                                                            Is Looking For a Few More Committee Members!
        Is God Calling You to Be a Catechist?              Join an enthusiastic Group of Folks whose ultimate
Do you:                                                    goal is raising extra dollars for tuition assistance to
• Love God and want to know him better?                    help SHS parish families in need. And also having a
• Love children and enjoy working with them?               day full of fun on the golf course! You don’t have to
• Want to share God's love with others?                    play – there are lots of fun things to do!
• Want to share your faith more?                           (Ever just want to ride a golf cart around and offer
• Want to help children grow in faith and develop a        drinks and snacks?)
    relationship with God?                                     • Golf Tournament is Monday, Oct. 1, 2012
• Want to be good role model for children?                     • 9:00 AM Shotgun Start at The Links at
BINGO! Your “yes” answers may mean that God is                    Gettysburg
calling you to be a catechist! Catechists are regular          • Delicious Breakfast by Santoni’s
people of all ages and all walks of life, just like you,       • Fantastic Lunch by Outback
who “echo” the Word of God and share our Catholic          Call Carol or Jan at 410-833-4933.
faith with our parish children.
                                                                       Adult Children of Parishioners
Not confident enough?              For inspiration,        If you are a young adult (18 or older) still living at
encouragement, and information about this very
                                                           home, or are now on your own, you need to register as
important and rewarding church ministry, please speak
                                                           a Sacred Heart parishioner. Please drop by the Parish
with     Sister  Cecilia   at    410-833-8515      or      Center and fill out a registration form. Or, call     You can also visit           410-833-1696, and we will mail a form to you. There to be inspired.         are also copies in the Kiosk of the Main Church. It
   The Holy Spirit can and will work through you!          only takes a few moments, and it will allow you to
              Our children need you!                       look into the many ministries we have to offer.
                                                           Thank you for your time and attention to this important
          Can you step forward in faith?
                                                           matter. Please know that registering will be a benefit to
                                                           you in the future should you wish to marry, to be a
                 Sunday Nursery
                                                           sponsor for any of the Sacraments, to enroll children at
There will be NO nursery during the month of
                                                           Sacred Heart School, or to participate in any of our
August. Nursery service (babysitting) for children two
years old and under will continue after Labor Day on
Sunday mornings from 10:15 - 11:30 AM in Room 137.
                                                                            Service and Justice
      Children’s Liturgy of the Word (CLOW)
Children's Liturgy of the Word (CLOW) is celebrated                      School Supplies Collection
most Sundays during 9:00 AM Mass for children age 4        The St. Vincent de Paul Society is collecting school
through 3rd grade. Children are dismissed with a           supplies for those in need. The supplies will be given
catechist after the opening prayer and return before the   to children in our area; our sister parish, St. Ann and
consecration. Children participate in an interactive,      the St. Vincent Center. Needed are: BACKPACKS,
age-appropriate liturgy that helps them understand and     plastic binders, 1 and 3 subject notebooks, pocket
integrate God's word in their young lives. No              folders, primary composition notebooks, small
registration is necessary!                                 assignment notebooks, #2 pencils, erasers, sharpeners,
                                                           pencil cases, colored pencils, markers, glue, scissors,
                                                           crayons, pens and loose left paper.
Please, when you are shopping for your family, pick up                        Organizations
one or two extra supplies for those in need. Place the
items in baskets in the Gathering Space through                    Best Years: Bus Trip to Wildwood, NJ
August 19th. The children are always very grateful         Best Years Group of Sacred Heart is planning a trip to
and happy with your donations! THANK YOU for               Wildwood, New Jersey on Sept 24 – 27, 2012.
sharing and caring.                                        Motor coach transportation, motel accommodations,
                                                           3 full breakfasts, 3 dinners, featuring an "All You Can
                                                           Eat Seafood Buffet as well as a All You Can Eat
              Vehicle Donation Program                     Casino Buffet. Side trips, taxes, and gratuities
Donate any car, truck, or boat to St. Vincent de Paul of   included for $319. For more details and reservations
Baltimore and help fuel our mission! Your vehicle          call Clare Mezzanotte at 410-356-2424.
donation is free and may be tax deductible. St. Vincent
de Paul’s vehicle donation program is safe, fast, easy –                   Community Events
we’ll even pick-up and tow your vehicle for free!
Your generous donation will help those suffering from
the effects of poverty meet their basic human needs
and achieve a better future. Call: 410-662-0500 ext.
201                                                         Camp St. Charles - Boys & Girls Overnight Camp
                                                           Check us out online or call for a tour to see how your
      Weekly & Monthly Prayer Vigil For Life               children, boys and girls, can experience two fun filled
Pro-lifers needed at weekly prayer vigil for life,         weeks at Camp St. Charles for a reasonable price - and
Saturday 7:15 AM - 8:15 AM, 66 Painters Mill Road,         it’s close by. Each summer, children have been
Owings Mills. Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet at           making friends, learning to work together and
Painters Mill entrance. Non-denominational group           developing an appreciation for Creation while camping
with songs and prayers from the Bible at Dolfield          out, riding horses, working their way through a
entrance. Call Irene Walsh 410-935-6718 or Diana           challenge course, trying archery, petting snakes,
Hunt 410-526-6770. Monthly prayer vigil, 3:30 PM to        making ceramics, and lots of other activities in
4:30 PM, usually 3rd Wednesday, at GBMC Charles St.        beautiful southern Maryland. Fully Accredited with
entrance. Call Stan Cochran 410-833-4526.                  American Camp Association and certified by the State
                                                           of Maryland, Camp St. Charles has been run by the
   Maternity Counseling/Adoption/Post-Abortion             Salvatorian Fathers and Brothers and Lay Salvatorians
Maternity counseling and adoption services are offered     of 60 years. Camp is located in southern MD, two
by Catholic Charities in Baltimore at 410-659-4050.        hours from Baltimore, Northern VA and Washington,
Project Rachel of the Baltimore Archdiocese offers         DC. For more information and directions, see our web
confidential post-abortion counseling. They can be         site: or call us at 301-934-
reached at 410-354-6900 or          8799.
Pamphlets for all services can be found on the Kiosk in
the Gathering Space.                                               St. Alphonsus Annual Summer Festival
                                                           St. Alphonsus Rodriguez Catholic Church, 10800 Old
                   STAND Training                          Court Road in Woodstock on August 11th and 12th,
STAND training in English (and Español) is now             2012, from 3-7 PM Saturday and 1-5 PM Sunday is
available online! Instructions on how to complete the      serving a fried chicken and ham dinner (served family
online training and additional paperwork are available     style). The cost of the dinner is $13 for adults and $7
at        http:/     for children. Call 410-461-5267 for more information.
protection/volunteers/index.cfm or on the school’s
website at Many            12th Annual Children’s Consignment Sale
have asked how long it takes to be STAND Certified.               Reisterstown United Methodist Church
There is a minimum processing time of 3-4 weeks for        The Consignment Sale at Reisterstown United
all new volunteers, and 2-3 weeks for volunteers           Methodist Church, 246 Main Street, Reisterstown is on
seeking renewal. After completing the training and         Saturday, August 18, 2012 and begins at 7:00 AM and
paperwork, please forward the same to Mary Lee             ends at 12:00 PM. The Half-Price Sale begins at 3:30
McCusker at the Parish Center. Should you have any         PM and ends at 5:00 PM. The sale consists of quality
questions or concerns about this process, you may          gently worn children’s clothing, baby equipment, and
contact Mrs. McCusker at 410-833-6877 (or                  more toys than you can imagine!            For more                                  information    or   to    consign,    please   email
                                                  or call Kim McManus at
                                                                                              Sacred Heart’s
                                                               Glyndon Area Players

                      Book By                                                                                  Music by                                                                        Lyrics by
           Mark O’Donnell & Thomas Meehan                                                                    Marc Shaiman                                                            Marc Shaiman & Sco Wi man
                                                             Based on the New Line Cinema film wri en and directed by John Waters

 Friday, August 10 & 17 8:00 p.m.
                             Saturday, August 11 & 18
                               2:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, August 12 & 19 2:00 p.m.
                     Tickets:                                                                                                    Performances at:
 Adults $15                                                                                                                           Sacred Heart School
 Seniors $10 (65 & older)                                                                                                             63 Sacred Heart Lane
 Children $ 8 (12 & under)                                                                                                            Glyndon, MD 21071

                                                    Pre-Show Dinner and Luncheon:
    Dinner: Saturday, August 11, 2012 6:00 pm                                                                           Luncheon: Saturday August 18, 2012 12:00 pm
            Catered by Linwoods                                                                                                   Catered by Café Hon
              $35 Adults and Seniors*                                                                                               $20 Adults and Seniors*
              $15 Children (12 & under)*                                                                                            $15 Children (12 & under)*
                                                                                                                                 ~ Please dress up, Hon! ~
                         Dinner and Luncheon Include Priority Theatre Sea ng                                                 *Cost of Dinner and Luncheon are in addi on to Ticket Price

Hairspray is presented through special arrangement with and all authorized performance materials are supplied by Music Theater International (MTI), 421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019 Phone 212-541-4684 Fax 212-397-4684

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