Annapolis drug-free school year kickoff
America's Drug Free All-Stars will face the Lawmakers in the Fourth Annual Mayor's Trophy Cup Games billed as a "kickoff to a drug free school year."
The Annapolis Youth Athletic Association Drug Free All-Stars Basketball Team will play four games against the Lawmakers starting at 11 a.m. Aug. 22 at Truxton Park Recreational Complex, Hilltop Lane, Annapolis.
A live band, family entertainment, food, and information on drugs and alcohol are among the offerings. Pony rides will be given during the day.
Congressional aide applications accepted
District 1 Congressman Wayne Gilchrest is currently accepting applications for internships in his Washington office and in the four district offices in Salisbury, Chestertown, Aberdeen and Waldorf.
College students and graduates from the First District and area colleges will be considered for Washington, D.C. positions, while applicants in high school should apply for district office positions.
Candidates with an interest in journalism, legislation, political science or public affairs are preferred for the Washington, D.C. positions. Send applications to Congressman Wayne T. Gilchrest, 502 Cannon HOB, Washington, D.C. 20515.
Information: (202) 225-5311.
Mayor's office seeking donations
The Mayor's Office of Community Services and Substance Abuse is seeking donations to help defray the cost of T-shirts touting the City's summer anti-drug activities.
The shirts will be given to nearly 400 youths in the community to help spread a strong, positive message. Printed on the shirts is an outline of the schedule of events ranging from the Multicultural Drug-Free Summer Festival to the Mayor's Trophy Softball Game scheduled for Aug. 22.
Send contributions to: The Mayor's Office of Community Service, c/o The City of Annapolis, 160 Duke of Gloucester St., Annapolis, Md. 21401.