The event includes dinner and an elimination-style drawing for numerous racing-related prizes, including tickets to a big race.
Tickets are $25. To purchase, call Terri at 717-891-0102 or see a fire company member.
The members of the Susquehanna Senior Center have put together their best recipes in a book you can purchase for $10.
To learn more, call 717-244-0340. The center is at 2427 Craley Road in the Lower Windsor Township building.
Farm Women Groups 21 and 29 of Airville are joining together to host Longaberger Basket and Accessories Bingo April 13 at the Airville Fire Company, Route 74.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and games begin at 7 p.m. Prizes include baskets, pottery and wrought-iron products. The Auxiliary of the fire company is making the food, so it also will benefit from the event.
For tickets, call 717-862-3858.
I was fortunate enough to be substitute teaching while some very interesting events were taking place in two of the Red Lion Area School District's elementary schools.
First, the Bejing Dragon Show Culture and Arts Exchange performed for students at the Larry J. Macaluso Elementary School. Three talented (and flexible) young women and an equally gifted young man performed balancing skills on unicycles; twirling, throwing and catching plates, hand fans and ropes; juggling as many as eight balls in the air; and managing a Chinese yo-yo, which resembled a large spool of thread.
While at Windsor Manor Elementary School, I learned Liz Jurgen's third-grade class was caring for 25 eggs given to them by a retired teacher. This is a science project Jurgen takes on every year so her students may gain first-hand experience.
One chick hatched
Feb. 13 and the rest -- about 17 in all -- broke through their shells on Valentine's Day. I'm told the kids loved them and were amazed by the colors, which included light yellow, dark brown, reddish tones and one with stripes.
Reach Lori Badders at LoriBadders@msn.com or 717-244-5397