North Laurel/savage

June 16, 1993

Fatig elected to MAPE board

Mike Fatig, flight operations manager with Allied Signal Technical Services Corp. in Columbia, has been elected to serve a one-year term on the executive board of the Maryland Association of Partners in Education (MAPE).

A 1975 graduate of Laurel High School, Mr. Fatig coordinates the Cooperative Satellite Learning Project, which he brought to his alma mater to help channel students toward careers in the space industry.

CSLP is a pilot partnership among Allied Signal, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Goodard Space Flight Center and Laurel High School. During the first year of the program, students prepared for the launch of a solar satellite. This year they used computers at the school to receive information from space.

Recently students visited Goodard in Greenbelt where they were given the opportunity to run the satellite.

The 19 Laurel students who participated in the satellite program this year shared their experience by presenting talks at other schools and educational conferences.

The Maryland Association of Partners in Education is dedicated to enhancing the quality of education in the state by providing leadership and support for volunteerism and educational partnerships.

A resident of the Village of Owen Brown in Columbia, Mr. Fatig is the father of a 2-year-old daughter, Kasie.


*North Laurel: 9700 block of Country Meadows Lane: An apartment complex employee reported a break-in at an apartment between 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Friday. The apartment's resident hasn't been seen since June 8. Nothing appeared to be missing.

North Laurel Road at Washington Boulevard: While the owner of an unlocked 1976 Dodge Charger visited the Laurel Race Track on June 5, someone stole a leather pouch containing six credit cards from the car seat. The thief charged $100 on one of the cards June 6 and 7 in East Pines, police said.

10000 Route 1: The locks were pried from a storage shed between 7 p.m. Sunday and noon Monday. Nothing was reported taken.

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