Drager remembers seeing Moe Howard at Gwynn Oak
The crowd was treated to a short film of the Stooges' pie-throwing abilities but the fun didn't end there. Judy Finifter and Mike Schneider (past and present directors of the center) donned ponchos and waited for the throwing of pound cake with whipped cream. Timid at first, the seniors soon got into the act and the treats were flying — with the exception of those that were eaten instead.
Drager wrapped up by telling the group about the Stoogeum, a museum dedicated to all things Stooges. Located in Ambler, Pa., the three-floor, 10,000 square-footmuseum was opened in 2004 by Gary Lassin, who was the president of the Three Stooges Fan Club and married to a grandniece of Stooge Larry Fine. The museum is only open once a month and contains the largest collection of Stooges memorabilia. In fact, every April in Fort Washington, Pa., there is a Stooges convention for those loyal fans who keep The Three Stooges alive even now. Check out the museum website at http://www.stoogeum.com
There is a new hotel in town:the Hampton Inn on Red Run Boulevard has had residents watching its construction progress for months and months, and they were not disappointed when the inn opened Sept. 22.. Nick Mangione Jr. of Mangione Family Enterprises, told the crowd that with nine siblings, his family has been hands-on in the development of many properties, such as the
The Freeman family, of Owings Mills, has had their share of birthday cake and candles lately. Erica celebrated her 26th birthday on Sept. 22, just in time to help her mom, Vivian, celebrate on the 23rd. Erica's dad Jeff celebrated his special day on Oct. 3 and this was the big 5-0! His friends and family would like to wish him a very happy birthday and welcome him to the "Nifty Fifty" club!
Irvine Nature Center welcomed Emmy-award winning