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NORTH COUNTY --

January 04, 1993

Center addition nears completion

A 4,000-square-foot addition to the Chesapeake Center, an alternative school for at-risk youth on Patapsco Avenue, is nearing completion.

The new wing will house three classrooms, offices, a kitchen for vocational training, two bathrooms, a computer lab, a multipurpose room and a reception area.

Ivan Leshinsky, executive director for the Chesapeake Foundation for Human Development, an Annapolis nonprofit group, said the center plans to get certification for educational programs and increase enrollment to 60 youths.

Construction costs are being covered by a $150,000 state grant, matched by private contributions and a $25,000 grant from Baltimore.

The center, on the site of the former Crisp Memorial Presbyterian Church since 1978, serves students who have had truancy or other problems at other schools.

Injured worker released from hospital

A man injured in an industrial accident Thursday night at a company near Baltimore-Washington International Airport has been released from the hospital.

Police said Mark Allen Jewell, 26, of Crofton suffered a broken wrist and possible injuries to his pelvis when he was pinned between a truck and a loading dock about 6:45 p.m. at the J. J. Heines Co. in the 6900 block of Aviation Blvd.

Mr. Jewell, who works in the warehouse, jumped to the ground from a loading dock as a tractor-trailer was backing in, police said. Authorities said he was pinned momentarily. He was treated at North Arundel Hospital.

An investigation into the accident is being conducted by the Maryland Occupational Safety and Health agency.

Writers' group to change meetings

The North County Writers' Group has a new meeting place and time for the new year.

The group will meet at the North County Library community room from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. the first Wednesday of every month, beginning Wednesday.

The library is located at Eastway and Fitzallen roads in Harundale.

Headed by Dennis Barnes, the informal meeting is open to anyone who enjoys writing.

Half of the meeting is devoted to reading original material aloud and half is used for discussion and critiquing.

For more information, call 636-2575.

POLICE LOG

* Brooklyn Park: Burglars took a chain saw from the back porch of a home in the 200 block of Audrey Ave. Wednesday. The saw was valued at $200.

* Brooklyn Park: A resident of the 100 block of Sixth Ave. told police that someone broke into his shed and stole a motorcycle. The value of the property was not known.

* Linthicum: A resident of the 300 block of Linden Shade Court reported to police that someone cut the telephone wires and stole the cover off the electrical box outside his home Tuesday.

* Linthicum: Burglars broke into a home in the 1200 block of Gloria Ave. Tuesday and took a television and three videocassette recorders.

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