Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 22, 1955 · Page 5
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Dial PA 24600 for » WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, Mtt, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22.. 1955 FIVE jCentre Street Church Sets Community Youth Center A community youth center patterned after Teen Town and other youth recreation communities will be opened in the Educational Building of Centre Street Methodist Church Saturday night. .'tSome months ago, officials and 'other interested persons in the church began a study and consideration of a recreation program tHat would help meet the needs of "the community. It was found that there is here, as there is in many communities, an absence of rec- ieation programs, for youngsters, Especially on Saturday nights. .The .church board and many 'others 7 interested studied the possi- .bility of offering part of their facility as headquarters for such a: community center. The quarters are being completely redecorated arid renovated to make it as attractive, as possible. ; A snack bar "arid refreshment stand will be operated and music for dancing will •be furnished by a record player. Plans are to have an occasional erchestra, if the idea is popular With the, ; youngsters. There will be -supervised recreation, with a .limited number'of adults present .is ch'aperbnes. .{• •• •.. . „• h groups are being contact- all parts, of;the community so that the program will be known to all of them. Announcements arc to be made in schools. The community service center will be open to all area youth, regardless of race or creed, from the ninth grade level to 21 years. The church's Commission on Education is the direct sponsor of the program with Mrs. Lucile Roeder, chairman of the recreation committee, in charge. She is being assisted in the project by Mrs. Michael Cunningham and a number of • others, including Larry Cessna, president of the Youth Group. .Officials of the church emphasize the fact that this is not a plan to; interest young people in this or any other church or its activities. They explain that this church has the-needed facility for the type of' recreation hall for dancing, .parties, games etc., that has been requested by area young people from time. to time; And in the interest of providing a pro viding • a . program for • the .teenagers, Teen-Land will be formally opened Saturday at 8 p. m. ~ Mental deficiency or lack of intelligence is entirely different from insanity which is a disease of the mind. LaVale Lions Club Planning First Meeting A model meeting will be conducted for y the newly organized LaVale Lions Club tomorrow night with officers 'of the Cumberland Lions Club in charge. . J. Gpodloe Jacksor of the local club will speak on the topic, "The World's .Biggest Do-ers." The meeting will be at the La Vale Fire Hall at 6:30 p. m. with a dinner, followed by a program and meeting. Officers of the new club are Henry H. Lowery, president; \V. Edward Solomon, first vice presi dent; Dr. Charles S. Beamer, second vice president; Ray Nine, third vice president; Floyd V. Cozad, secretary, and Jack Russell Snyder, terasurer. The Lion Tamer is Frank L. Pepper and the Tail Twister is Richard D. Heacox. Directors for two years are Robert R. Kuykendall, and Thomas E. Gilchrist Jr. and directors for one year are Dr. C. N. Foose and Richard Schwab. The club is co-sponsored by the Cumberland, Cresaptown, and Frostburg Lions,'arid representatives-of all three units are expected tomorrow night.'Bicycles are being made in sizes suitable for youngsters under four years' old. 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