Children will learn pet care, dance in business partnerships

November 20, 1995|By Howard Libit | Howard Libit,SUN STAFF

Northfield Elementary School and Elkridge Landing Middle School recently established educational partnerships with four local businesses.

Northfield Elementary signed partnerships Nov. 6 with Countryside Veterinary Clinic, Dorsey Hall Garden Club and McDonald's of Route 40 West. Elkridge Landing Middle agreed to work with Eva Anderson Dancers in an agreement signed Nov. 9.

In Northfield's partnership with the veterinary clinic, Dr. Mary Beth Soverns -- who also is a parent at the school -- will teach students about the proper care and training of pets.

Members of the garden club will teach students about conservation and horticultural practices.

Cathy Bell, owner of the McDonald's franchise, will teach students about economics and how to operate a business. The restaurant also will sponsor a family night for Northfield.

Elkridge Landing's partnership with Eva Anderson will lead to classes in creative dance, permitting students to experience dance and learn to appreciate it.

Wilde Lake Middle School and Wilde Lake High School also established partnerships with Eva Anderson on Nov. 9, and similar classes will be taught.

Recreation department to hold holiday mart

Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks has scheduled its 23rd annual holiday mart for 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 2 and noon to 5 p.m. Dec. 3 at Centennial High School, 4300 Centennial Lane in Ellicott City.

Shoppers may select from decorations, gifts, clothing and items from fine art to folk art.

Admission is $4. No strollers or backpacks are allowed.

& Information: 313-7275.

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