Ellicott City/elkridge

December 21, 1992

Church group plans to offer '12-step' training

"Twelve Steps for Everyone," an introductory group designed for people who would like to grow spiritually and emotionally using the 12-step program, will be offered at Glen Mar United Methodist Church in Ellicott City beginning Jan. 12.

The group will provide education and support for people who want to work on any areas of self-improvement. The 12 steps offer a structured way to discover the self.

The group is open to the community, but after the first session no new participants will be admitted. The group meets at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and continues for 12 weeks. A recommended textbook and class materials cost $10.

Glen Mar Church is located on Route 104, between Routes 103 and 108 in Ellicott City. Information: 465-4995.

POLICE LOG

* Ellicott City: 8500 block of Linwood Road: A basement window was broken Monday, and jewelry was taken.

8700 block of Town and Country Blvd.: A rear sliding glass door was found ajar Tuesday, but nothing was taken.

3800 block of St. John's Lane: A television and videocassette recorder was stolen after a door of a house was forced open on Wednesday.

3300 block of Centennial Lane: A computer was stolen from a trailer where a door was pried open on Nov. 27.

3500 block of Ellicott Mills Drive: Someone attempted to steal a 1987 Chevrolet truck on Dec. 11.

9600 block of Larchmede Court: Stereo equipment worth $675 was stolen from a car on Thursday. The vehicle was entered after someone smashed the driver's side window.

9500 block of Joey Drive: A compact disc player and 15 discs, worth $410, were stolen from a car on Thursday.

4800 block of Red Hill Way: Stereo equipment worth $1,750 was stolen from a car on Thursday.

8600 block of Town and Country Blvd.: A portable generator worth $750 was stolen from a truck on Tuesday.

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