Model Parents Sought

Notables

May 19, 1991

The county Department of Health is looking for "model parents" in the Maryland Most Beautiful Parents Project.

The program is aimed atrecognizing outstanding parents or any adult responsible for the care of children.

To be eligible, an individual must be a county resident at least 18 and acting as the primary care-giver to a child age 6 months to 18years.

Self-nomination is prohibited, and nominees will receive arecognition certificate.

The winner will be selected to representAnne Arundel County in the statewide contest.

Gov. William DonaldSchaefer will award the winner from each county with a gift.

Nomination forms are available at each of the county's health centers, libraries and other participating agencies. The deadline is July 1, 1991.

Information: 222-7095.

HELP FRENCH STUDENTS

LEC (Loisirs Culturels a L'Etranger), a Paris-based student exchange organization, isplacing French students with U.S. families for four weeks in either July or August.

The students, age 13 to 19, speak English and are matched by LEC with families with compatible interests. The youths are financially independent and properly insured, and wish to blend with their host families' way of life.

Information: Severna Park andPasadena, Christine Huens 544-6915; Arnold and Annapolis, Elisabeth Yuan 757-8924.

GOLDSTEIN HONORED

The Jewish National Fund, Maryland Region, will award Louis L. Goldstein, comptroller of the Treasury for Maryland, the Tree of Life Award at a dinner at 6 p.m. June 11 atthe Annapolis Ramada.

A reception will precede the 7 p.m. dinner.Bruce C. Bereano, Bob DeStefano, Anna E. Greenberg and Arthur L. Silber are co-chairmen for the event.

Information: 486-3317.

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