Broadneck club cited for civic achievementsThe...

ANNE ARUNDEL EDUCATION

November 08, 1993

Broadneck club cited for civic achievements

The Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) chapter at Broadneck High School was recently awarded the 1993 Outstanding Career and Technology Student Organization Merit Award of Excellence.

The club, whose sponsor is marketing teacher Glenn Brainer, was recognized by the Maryland Department of Education for its "civic accomplishments," citing its work with holiday food drives, its activities in conjunction with the Salvation Army and with disadvantaged children.

Real estate company offering scholarships

Long & Foster Realtors has established a scholarship program, offering 25 $1,000 scholarships throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of need, academic achievement, leadership and community service.

Applications may be picked up at school or any local Long & Foster residential office and sent to corporate headquarters in .. Fairfax, Va., by March 1.

Students may enter VFW essay contest

Glen Burnie High School students in grades 10 through 12 are invited to participate in the Veterans of For eign Wars annual Voice of Democracy program sponsored by Marley Post 434.

"My Commitment To America" is the theme of this year's contest. Students must record a three- to five-minute taped presentation of their essay for the competition. The entry deadline is Nov. 15.

The winning essay selected by Post 434 will advance to the district competition with the potential to continue to the finals in Washington.

For more information, contact Glen Burnie High counselor Ray Johnston at 761-8950, or VFW representative Henry Bullen, 761-8337.

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