Mount Airy * Woodbine * Taylorsville * Winfield


October 28, 1992

3 are discharged from hospital after 2 road accidents

Three persons injured in two accidents in the Woodbine area Sunday have been released from Baltimore hospitals.

Nine-year-old Kristen Lankford was released from the Johns Hopkins Hospital Children's Center on Monday.

Karen Irene Dash, 35, who was injured in the same accident on Woodbine Road near Gillis Road, was released from Johns Hopkins the same day.

Tommy Robinson, 62, a motorcyclist from Monkton, was released Sunday from the Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore after being examined for a possible punctured lung.

Police said Mr. Robinson was thrown from the motorcycle after skidding off Fannie Dorsey Road while riding with a group of motorcy


Mount Airy students 'Keep on Reading'

Students at Mount Airy Elementary School are participating in a monthly incentive program, "Keep on Reading," sponsored by the media specialists and reading resource teachers and supported by the PTA.

Each month, students in all grades are given the opportunity to read for 300 minutes or more and win a prize. Youngsters are given tally sheets with that month's theme to record their reading times.

Students can win prizes based on the amount of time they spend reading. Special prizes are awarded for reading for more than 300 minutes in one month.

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