Teens offered 5-week program to learn to resolve conflicts

May 05, 1994

Beginning Saturday, county teen-agers can learn conflict resolution in a five-week pilot program that will be held at the Columbia Association Teen Center in the Village of Oakland Mills.

Training will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays through June 4.

The program is sponsored by the Mediation and Conflict Resolution Center of Howard County, the county public school system and the Teen Center. The program is funded by the county public school system.

Training will be provided by mediator Mitch Rosenwald, assistant project director with the Resolution Center, and peer mediator counselors Bobbie Maughan and Donna Cook. Teen-agers may drop by the Teen Center to participate in the program or resolve a conflict. Peer mediation is available.

Youth groups can also reserve times for training by calling the Resolution Center at 992-4855.


* Oakland Mills: 6100 block of New Leaf Court: A 1993 Mercury Sable with Maryland tags ARN562 was stolen Friday.

* Kings Contrivance: Route 29 near Seneca Drive: Someone stole a white 1987 Hyundai Excel left disabled on the side of the highway last Thursday. The vehicle had Maryland tags WXP850.

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