College students have assignments at General Assembly

February 12, 1997

Eight Anne Arundel Community College students are legislative interns with the Maryland General Assembly this semester.

The students, who must have at least a B average and competent writing skills, write letters to constituents, do research, attend committee meetings and track bills.

The students and their assignments are: Marlon J. Adams of Glen Burnie with Del. Talmadge Branch, a Baltimore Democrat; Leah Y. Jenkins of Fort Meade with the Charles and Calvert county delegations; Stephen B. Kline of Crofton with Sen. Robert R. Neall, a Davidsonville Republican; Eric M. Nelson of Fort Meade with Bobbi Seabolt, a lobbyist.

Also Renee N. Pigeon of Bowie with Del. Betty Workman, an Allegany County Democrat; Gregory R. Ransom of Grasonville with Del. Wheeler R. Baker, a Kent Island Democrat; Jason G. Robinson of Stevensville with Sen. Larry Young, a Baltimore Democrat; and Nicole St. Pierre of Annapolis with Jack Neil and Associates, lobbyists.

Police Log

Millersville: Someone threw a brick through the window of A Blooming Basket in the 8300 block of Veterans Highway about 4: 30 a.m. Friday, ransacked the office and stole a $10 roll of quarters and a 35 mm camera.

Pub Date: 2/12/97

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