Project PROMise opens at village

October 04, 1995

Project PROMise has opened for its sixth season at the Kings Contrivance Village Center. It will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from noon to 5 p.m Sunday.

Project PROMise is a prom, homecoming and special occasion dress consignment shop run by county high school students. The shop gives students the opportunity to sell or buy nearly new dresses and learn about business.

Thirty percent of the proceeds from consigned dresses and 100 percent of the proceeds from donated dresses benefit the homeless through Grassroots and the Domestic Violence Center.

To date, Project PROMise has donated almost $10,000 to both organizations.

The space was donated by Columbia Management, a subsidiary of the Rouse Co.

Information: 312-5470.

Police log

Oakland Mills: Someone broke a home's rear kitchen window, ransacked the house and took jewelry and cash Friday, police said.

Owen Brown: Snowden River Parkway and Maryland Route 175: A gray 1988 Volkswagen Fox with Maryland tags 889AGL was stolen from the Park & Ride lot between Sept. 27 and Friday, police said.

Long Reach: 8700 block of Tamar Drive: A purse was stolen from a home Thursday after a burglar entered through an unlocked door. Police said the burglary had gone undetected by the resident until a credit card company notified the victim about purchases made on the card.

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