The 4-year-old Young Family Support Center in the...

ESSEX --

July 01, 1996|By From staff reports

ESSEX -- The 4-year-old Young Family Support Center in the Middleborough Plaza shopping center on Back River Neck Road will receive more federal and private money to expand services and buy a new van if the Council Council, as expected, votes its approval tonight.

A $75,000 federal grant would be used to cover the costs for 16 months of a new home-visiting program designed to help young parents -- often teen-agers -- of children under age 3 improve their skills in household management and child care.

In addition, a $15,000 federal grant will pay for a van to take young parents to the center for high school studies and for job training. The council also must approve acceptance of $269 in state and private funds for school supplies and transportation costs.

Council to vote tonight on revitalization plans

TOWSON

TOWSON -- The County Council has scheduled a vote tonight on resolutions that would adopt as county policy plans for preserving greater Kingsville and revitalizing the county's Eastside, and a separate plan to rejuvenate the Essex-Middle River area.

The resolutions, sponsored by Councilman Vincent J. Gardina, a Perry Hall Democrat who represents those areas, will become part of the county's master plan, and thus set priorities for capital budget spending and for policies generally.

City Housing Commissioner Daniel P. Henson III will be honored with a lifetime achievement award as part of the Brother 2 Brother 4 Brothers Empowerment and Economic Growth Conference this week.

Henson and businessmen Walter P. Hill, Earl Scott, Andrew Woods and Tyrone Taborn will be honored Friday at a breakfast at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The conference will be held from noon to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Convention Center. Activities include a job fair, free health care screenings and a consumer expo.

Hopkins meeting will focus on children's problems

Presidents of area universities and colleges are expected to attend a "round-table" discussion of the problems of children around the world from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. today at the Arellano Theatre at Levering Hall on the Homewood campus of the Johns Hopkins University.

Panelists and featured speakers include Dr. Peter Beilenson, city commissioner of health, and international specialists such as Par Stenback, secretary general of the Nordic Council of Ministers.

Pub Date: 7/01/96

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