Ellicott City/elkridge

November 16, 1992

Deep Run students put bank lesson to the test

Deep Run Elementary School in Elkridge, along with its business partner, Commercial and Farmers Bank, will have a "Blue Ribbon" ceremony celebrating the grand opening of a student bank at 9:45 a.m. Wednesday. in the school cafeteria.

Jack Whiteside, president, and Heather Cassell, branch manager, will officiate at the ceremony.

Ms. Cassell's branch has constructed a miniature bank that will be set up in the lobby of the school every Wednesday morning.

Ms. Cassell has completed several training courses for the fifth-grade students who will act as bank tellers.

Among other things, she has shown the students how to fill out a job application, become familiar with banking forms, how to handle the deposits and how to provide quick and courteous service.

The Commercial and Farmers branch is located at 6590 Waterloo Road in Elkridge.

POLICE LOG

* Ellicott City: 3200 block of West Springs Drive: Someone tried to steal a 1992 Eagle Talon between Sunday and Monday.

* 8000 block of Main St.: Someone broke a passenger window to a 1985 Volkswagen Jetta Thursday and stole a $100 green book bag with papers and school materials.

* 8500 block of Baltimore National Pike: Someone stole $2,202 worth of wheel rims and tires, lug cap covers and sets of lug nuts from Acura West between Wednesday and Thursday.

* 4700 block of Rams Horn Row: A $125 Murray red and yellow boy's bicycle was stolen from a rear patio of a town house Wednesday.

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