Ravens Roost 4 was at Brunswick Normandy Lanes for our annual Cosmic Bowling Challenge to benefit Special Olympics Maryland today. Turkey time! Go Ravens!!!
Ravens Roost #4 is holding our annual Cosmic Bowling Challenge to benefit Special Olympics Maryland on Sunday, December 15th, from 8am – 11am at Brunswick Normandy Lanes on Route 40 in Ellicott City.Â Cost is $25 for adults and $15 for children under 12.Â C’mon-out, have some fun, and help raise some money for Special Olympics!Â See the attached flyer and registration form below for more details.
Note – the Ravens play on Monday, December 16thÂ @ Detroit that weekend.
The Roost #4 Adopt-a-Highway crew were out cleaning-up Frederick Road in Oella on Saturday, August 18th.Â Pictured are volunteers (back row) Marty Schlining, Shelly Kline, Tom Hook, Michele Welk, (middle row) Denise Stanco, Candace Skurnik, Amy Lakis, Geoff Lakis, (front) Mitch Hooper, and Jack Skurnik.
Ravens Roost #4 held their Buzz Suter Memorial Golf Classic at Patuxent Greens Golf Club in Laurel on Saturday, June 29th.Â The luncheon and awards ceremony followed back at Sonoma’s in Columbia.Â It was another great year of golf!Â Thanks to Frosty Volmer for once again making the event a big successÂ … and thanks to all those who volunteered,Â sponsored holes, and golfed with us! Â Enjoy the pictures from the tourney!
Ravens Roost #4 held the drawing for the two 2013 Ravens season tickets last night at their July meeting at Jilly’s!
Congratulations to winner (and Roost #4 member) Shelly Kline!Â In addition to winning the season tickets, Shelly also won free membership for 2014 since she also sold the winning ticket!
Congratulations to Roost #4 member, John McDonald, for selling the most raffle tickets – 95! Woo hoo!!!Â John also wins free membership for 2014.
All proceeds from the Ravens season ticket raffle benefit the Ravens Roost #4 Formula 4 Success Scholarship Fund.Â Each year, Roost #4 awards two $1500 scholarships to graduating senior high school football players from Howard County.
The drawing for the Ravens 2013 season tickets is just over 1 week away! Mitch & Craig are at Jilly’s NOW thru 8pm tonight collecting raffle money & ticket stubs! C’mon up to Jilly’s & show us the money! Get out of the heat and enjoy a tasty beverage! Dean & Harrison are behind the bar to serve you.
Just aÂ few quick reminders …
Roost #4 holds their Annual Bull & Oyster Roast at 7pm this Saturday night (3/23) at The Lodge in Catonsville.Â The event is basically SOLD OUT.Â Our two Roost #4 Formula 4 Success Scholarship awards will be presented to the recipients at the event!Â Members attending are still encouraged to donate a bottle of booze to be used asÂ a prize on theÂ wheel (if you haven’t already done so).Â
Roost #4 has their monthly meeting at 7pm this coming Monday night (3/25) at Jilly’s.
As for the raffle tickets for the two 2013 Ravens Season tickets, if you haven’t yet picked-up your raffle tickets (all Roost #4 members are committed to sell at least 5 tickets each), please do so prior to Monday’s meeting at Jilly’s (tickets will be available from 6-7 pm) or at our Bull & OysterÂ Roast this Saturday (from 7-9pm).Â If you’re unable to attend the bull roast or meeting, please ask a friend to pick-up your tickets so we don’t have to mail them out.Â The raffle of the Ravens season tickets funds our Roost #4 Formula 4 Success Scholarship Fund.
Bob and Wendy Caldwell will be doing the 18th annualÂ March for the Animals, the Maryland SPCA’s largest annual fundraiser. Â They are looking for Roost members to join in the fun and do the walk with them. Â Those interested to contact Bob atÂ mr.bobcaldwell1[at]hotmail.com. Â Walkers can bring their dogs, and although cat owners walk the event, it isÂ usually without their pets.
If there is enough interest from the Roost, Bob would like to form a Ravens Roost pack, and have ‘Ravens Roost 4’ appear on our event t-shirts.
Post by: Scott Habicht
Last Saturday was another fun day for Ravens Roost #4 with many members coming out to Jilly’s for a sports trivia challenge. Â A good time was had by all while raising money for The Special Olympics.