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January 29, 1996

Clark Internet Services in educational partnership

Clark Internet Services signed an educational partnership with Centennial Lane Elementary School last week to help the pupils learn about using the World Wide Web.

"This will bring the school into the 21st century, four years early," said James. H. Clark, president of the company, through a sign language interpreter. Mr. Clark said his daughters eventually will attend Centennial Lane.

The agreement was signed in a brief ceremony Thursday before the Howard County school board's meeting. Clark Internet Services is a local Internet provider based in Ellicott City.

The partnership "will enable students and staff to become familiar with the use of telecommunications tools," said Paula Blake, coordinator of school-business relations. "Clark Internet Services will provide the opportunity to explore the educational sites on the World Wide Web, making a variety of research opportunities available to students and staff."

Ms. Blake said Centennial Lane students also will have a chance to visit Clark Internet's offices to see its computer facilities.

Elkridge community group elects new officers, board

Elkridge residents elected new officers and board members Thursday during the Elkridge Community Association's bimonthly general meeting.

Linda Carey, resident of the Hanover neighborhood since 1988, was elected president.

Also elected were Cathy Hudson as vice president, Raymond Miller as second vice president, Christine Rebbert as recording secretary, Tracie Kalb as corresponding secretary and Ronald Tilkins as treasurer.

Gary Bennett, Monica Wilson, Timothy Cugle, Delos C. Dupree Jr., Eleanor Gyr, Karlen Murray, Graham Pollock, Dolores Ridgell, Leslie Stickles and Sally Voris were elected to the board of directors.

Police log

Ellicott City: 5600 block of Waterloo Road: An intruder apparently used a key to enter an unoccupied home Sunday or Monday. Nothing was taken, police said.

Elkridge: 5800 block of Timberview Drive: A resident who heard noise inside a home Thursday evening found a door ajar, but police said there was no entry.

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