Six programs get grants from state

August 23, 1994

The Maryland Drug and Alcohol Substance Abuse Program Grant Fund awarded grants to six programs in Ellicott City during fiscal 1995 through the Governor's Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission. They are:

MADD, Howard County Chapter, $6,000 for community public awareness displays; Dunloggin Middle School, $1,700 for the Community Action Team; Substance Abuse Prevention Services, $3,294 for Real Kids program; Alcohol and Drug Abuse Advisory Board of Howard County, $5,000 for the Parent and Youth Conference; Howard County Substance Abuse Impact Coordinator, $5,000 for Howard County Parent Awareness Campaign; Howard County Prevention Services, $2,308 for School Community Action Team (SCAT).

The average award was $4,798, with funding ranging from $250 to $32,511. Types of projects funded included neighborhood crime watches, programs for providing secure activities for children, creation of "baseball" type trading cards featuring police officers for distribution to children and crime prevention programs focused on senior citizens.


* Ellicott City: 8800 block of Town and Country Blvd.: The rear driver side window of a 1990 Honda Civic was broken Thursday, police said.

9400 block of Farewell Road: Someone shot a BB-gun, shattering the rear windshield of a gray Dodge van with pellets Thursday, police said.

4000 block of Fragile Sail Way: Someone smashed the rear window of a Lincoln Town Car Thursday. Police said the driver side window of a Mazda 323 also was broken that same night.

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