Sweet Attendance Treat

June 24, 1991

Marriott Food Service and St. John's College treated 45 Annapolis Elementary School pupils to ice cream sundaes in recognition of their perfect attendance during national testing days at their school.

The businesses were two of the 15 local businesses that provided resources for area schools through the Business/Education Clearinghouse, a Greater Annapolis Chamber of Commerce committee.

The clearinghouse is the first project put into place by the chamber's Education Committee, which was established in response to Gov. William Donald Schaefer's challenge to the business community to become involved with the public schools.

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