Police relations community council to discuss victim's rights



The Anne Arundel County Northern District Police Community Relations Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the

Northern District Police Station on Hammonds Lane.

Guest speaker will be Virginia Wolf, widow of State Police Cpl. Theodore Wolf, who was gunned down during a traffic stop on Interstate 95. Mrs. Wolf will discuss victim's rights.

Capt. Gary Barr, station commander, will discuss activities in the area. Plan to attend and bring a friend.


Belle Grove Elementary School news: It's Burger King Night from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. tonight at the Burger King located on Nursery Road.

All children attending will have their name entered in a drawing for a Thanksgiving treat. Burger King also will be having a drawing for a free turkey.

Enjoy the night out and support the PTA.

* Fall fund-raising merchandise will be available for pickup from 2:30 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday in the multipurpose room.


Park Elementary School news: Students are invited to participate in the Kids Olympics, sponsored by the county police department, on Saturday.

Activities begin at 9 a.m. for children in grades one through three and at 1 p.m for older students.


North County High School news: Volunteers are needed to assist in the Media Center. Computer bar codes need to be attached to books and AV material. If you can help, call Ray Meyer at 222-6970.

* Class rings will be distributed during lunch periods tomorrow and Wednesday.

* Members of the band and bandfront will begin selling oranges, grapefruit and poinsettias this week.

The fruit is packed in 40-pound boxes which cost $17.75 for navel oranges, $15.50 for grapefruit and $16.75 for a combination of oranges and grapefruits. Poinsettias will vary in price from $6 for a single bloom to $22 for a hanging basket.

To make a purchase, contact a band member or call the school at 222-6970.

* It's time once again for the annual fall flea market, sponsored by the PTSA. The event will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, at the new location of North County High School, 10 E. First Ave. (former home of Lindale Middle School).

Along with plenty of bargains, the PTSA will be selling hot dogs, doughnuts and baked goods and coffee, tea and soda. Come out and browse around!


The Brooklyn Park Youth Athletic Association is accepting registration through Saturday for basketball for boys and girls, ages 6 to 15 (as of Dec. 31).

Registration will take place at the Sugar Shack, on the 10th Avenue fields, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m Saturday.

The cost is $25 for one child or $40 for two or more.

For more information, call Roger McGhee at 636-4561.


Brooklyn United Methodist Church, at Fourth Street and Pontiac Avenue, will sponsor a Craft Show from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.

Tables are still available for $15, and rentable space is $10. Coffee, doughnuts and lunch items will be sold.

For more information or to make a reservation, call 355-7053 or 789-7049.


Concerned citizens of Belle Grove are looking for volunteers to join the newly formed security patrol.

If you can donate a few hours a week to help keep you and your neighbors safer, call Tom Brown at 789-8209.


Members of the Arundel Improvement Association are making plans for their annual Santa Claus program. This year, St. Nick will be visiting the neighborhood children from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Dec. 13, 14 and 15.

Anyone who would like to participate in this program should call Frances Jones at 789-2192.


Harbor Hospital Center news: Hospital representatives are available to speak free of charge to community, church and school groups on a variety of health care subjects. Topics range from advances in medicine to understanding Medicare and Medicaid insurance billing. Education on specific medical problems also is available.

The Speakers Bureau offers a program to prepare children for their first hospital visit and to explain health care careers.

To request a Speakers Bureau brochure or a speaker, call 354-9660.

* Brochures entitled "First Aid for Children" and "Facts on Cholesterol" are available to area residents.

The first aid pamphlet outlines symptoms and treatment for a variety of injuries or conditions, such as allergic reactions, choking, food poisoning, head injury, nose bleeds and tick removal.

In addition to answers to the most frequently asked questions about cholesterol, the second brochure also includes calculations of cholesterol and fat content of common foods and suggested substitutes.

Information: 347-2563.


A reminder to all parents: All county public schools will be dismissed two hours early on Friday. Have a safe and sane week!

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