It's Never Too Early To Learn About Financial Aid For College

Neighbors-Ferndale/Linthicum

January 29, 1991|By Rosalie M. Falter

As we are very much aware, the cost of sending a child to college, trade or technical school has risen sharply. But financial aid is available.

Parents considering college for their senior-high students are encouraged to begin early looking into the various ways of payingfor that education.

Ninth grade is not considered too early to begin looking -- and you'll be able to do just that at a Financial Aid Program co-sponsoredby the North County High School Guidance Department, set for 7 to 9 p.m. Feb. 6 at Old Mill High School.

Dr. Herm Davis, President of National College Services, will discuss "Financing a College Education." He will speak on what aid is available and how to apply for it.

The key to being considered for financial aid is filling out a Financial Aid Form, regardless of whether you are applying for federal, state, senatorial or college aid.

For further information, call theNCHS Guidance Department at 859-5400.

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Tax tips will be one of the subjects discussed at the monthly meeting of the North Linthicum Improvement Association, set for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6 atOverlook Elementary School.

Association member Sylvia Scally said a representative from H & R Block will give advice and tips on filling out tax forms. Literature and folders will be passed out to help members ready their personal financial papers.

Problems with roads that need paving will also be discussed.

Overlook school is located at 401 Hampton Road in North Linthicum. For more information, call association President Joe Marsiglia at 789-7421.

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The FerndaleCommunity Club, 15 5th Ave., off Baltimore & Annapolis Boulevard, is planning a flea market, craft show and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 10. Anyone interested in renting a space with table for $7.50 is invited to call chairwoman Judy Roberson at 636-3479 and leave amessage.

Neil Jones, the group's publicity chairman, says the community club's new officers were installed at the Jan. 14 membership meeting.

The new officers for 1991 are Jim McHugh, president; Henry Muir Sr., vice president; Darlene Tice, treasurer; Donna Foster, assistant treasurer; Bernie Mossman, secretary, and Bernice Taylor, assistant secretary.

The Board of Directors are Don Faulkner, Skip Foster, Don Kirkbride, Jim Lane and Dan Williams.

The Trustees are George Geise, Bob Meseke and Vaughn Thomas.

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The Woodlawn Heights Community Association will resume its active participation in neighborhood concerns with an organizational meeting 7 p.m. at the Linthicum Library Meeting Room.

Acting President Phil Solloway will accept nominations for new officers and discuss the possibility of having trees in the community sprayed for gypsy moth infestation.

The Woodlawn Heights community consists of 429 houses bordered by Baltimore & Annapolis Boulevard, Hammonds Ferry Road, Broadview Boulevard and up to but not including Poplar Avenue.

For more information, call Solloway at 761-4878.

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Do you remember a few weeks ago I told you that the Linthicum Seventh-Day Adventist Church was helping tosponsor a float in the Tournament of Roses Parade? "Children of the world together in peace" was the theme.

Well, the float won the Lathrop K. Leishman Trophy given to the most beautiful non-commercial entry in the parade.

Needless to say, church members were very proud of the honor.

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If you have a preschooler who will be 4 years old by December, you might want to register him or her in the Child Development Classes North County High School is sponsoring for the 1991-1992 school year.

High school students, both boys and girls, work, play and teach the youngsters in a program that is designed to stimulate the physical, social and emotional growth of the preschoolers.

Susan Sala is a home economics teacher who directs the high school students. She said this very a successful project has been used incounty high schools for about 20 years.

The program runs from September to June, three days a week, usually Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. It starts at 8 a.m. for approximately two to three hours each day, depending on the high school schedule.

The children are taken on a field trip in the spring, and other outdoor activities are planned.

Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and parents will be notified in September if their child has beenaccepted. This is a free program; the only cost is $15 for snacks. Please pick up an application at the NCHS main office. The school is located on Andover Road in Linthicum.

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