Friends School starts fund-raising campaign

March 13, 1992

Friends School of Baltimore, 5114 N. Charles St., has launched a $1.5 million fund-raising campaign, its most ambitious ever, to help pay for four areas of school development.

The areas are increased endowment; paying for recent expansion of the school's pre-primary and lower school divisions; construction of a music education wing; and development of an additional athletic field.

Founded in 1784, Friends is an independent Quaker school for students from age 4 to grade 12. James L. Zamoiski is chairman of the campaign, and Timothy R. Hearn is vice chairman. They hope to raise the money by June 1992.

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