Oct 19 – HAM & OYSTER SUPPER-all you can eat. 3-6pm. $30 dining in; $25 carryout; $8 ages under 12. Price Community Bldg, 121 Rabbit Hill Rd. Church Hill. 410-758-2069.
Apr 26 – SPAGHETTI DINNER-Pasta with a Purpose-fundraiser to benefit the Leonard Family. 6-9pm. $30; ages 12& under $15. Price Community Center.
Come get a photo with Santa!
Stop by the Price Community Center, 121 Rabbit Hill Rd, Church Hill, MD on December 1st. Santa will be waiting for you from 11:00 to 1:00.
Visit “Children’s Santa Shop” and wrapping station. Make some Christmas crafts.
Lunch and cookies will be sold.
(US 301 N, turn right at MD 405)
The Price Community Club will be sponsoring its “All You Can Eat Oyster and Ham Supper” Saturday, October 19th from 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Price Community Building, 121 Rabbit Hill Rd, Price MD. (US Rt 301 N Exit 405 E).
Fried oysters, ham, scalloped potatoes, green beans, homemade fruit salad, coleslaw and rolls.
$20; Children under 12, $8.
All carry outs, $20.
Proceeds to benefit building renovations fund
The Price Community Club will be sponsoring its “All You Can Eat Oyster and Ham Supper” on Saturday, March 16th, 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Price Community Building, 121 Rabbit Hill Rd, Price, MD (US Rt 301 N, Exit 405 E). Fried oysters, ham, scalloped potatoes, green beans, homemade fruit salad, coleslaw and rolls. $20 Children under 12 $8. All carry outs $20. Bake table. Proceeds to benefit building renovations fund. Info 410-758-2069.
Q: Which organizations do you volunteer for?
A: I work with the Queen Anne’s County Arts Council in Centreville, and as a member there for the past 2 years, I assist with special events and concerts that are sponsored by the Council. I am also involved with the QAC Historical Society, and am a member of the Price Community Club, where I offer to help with social gatherings such as oyster dinners and holiday events. In the past, I have also helped with the Taste of Kent Narrows event, and am a past member of the Kent Island Federation of the Arts.
Q: What do you find particularly rewarding about volunteering?
A: I get to make new friends as I participate in various events. I enjoy the opportunity to meet and greet new people in our wonderful community.
Q: How many years have you been volunteering?
A: 17 years.
QAC Arts Council
The Council is a non-profit organization committed to promoting, expanding and sustaining the arts. For more information, contact Executive Director Darcy Schoeninger at 410-758-2520 or email, email@example.com.
QAC Historical Society
The Society is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to collecting, preserving and interpreting the history of Queen Anne’s County. For more information, visit them at 124 S. Commerce St. in Centreville, or call them at 410-758-3010. Their website is qachistory.org.
Price Community Club
The Club organizes many annual events including Ham and Oyster dinners, chicken salad dinners to go, Halloween parties, craft shows, zumba classes and fund raisers. The community center is available as a venue and can be rented for family dinners, birthday celebrations, meetings, and other events, etc. The Price Community Club building is located at 121 Rabbit Hill Road in Church Hill. (off U.S. Highway 301 North/South at Rt. 405 East). For more info, contact Marie Ireland, Treasurer at 410-556-6353 or long-time club member Lynn Kimbles at 410-758-2069.
The Price Community Club will be sponsoring “Warm Clothing Event II” on Sat. January 23, 2010. All donated new or used winter items such as coats, hats, gloves, boots, sweaters, blankets, etc. sold at $1 per item. The event will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Lunch will be sold. All winter clothing is welcomed and can be dropped off at the Community Building, 121 Rabbit Hill Rd, Price, MD through Friday, Jan 22 or you can call 410-758-6992 (Jaye) or 410-758-2069 (Lynn) for pick up information. All proceeds from this winter event will be given to the American Cancer Society.
The Price Community Club will be sponsoring a “Winter “One”derland” warm clothing event on Saturday, January 9, 2010. All donated used or unused winter items such as coats, hats, gloves, boots, sweaters, etc. will be sold that day for $1 per item. The event will be from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Lunch will be sold. All winter clothing is welcomed and can be dropped off at the Community Building, 121 Rabbit Hill Rd, Price, MD on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (except Christmas eve day). All donations from winter sales will be given to the American Cancer Society. For information please call 410-758-6992 or 410-758-2069.