Students collecting baby items to help Sarah's House shelter

March 20, 1997

Student leaders from Anne Arundel secondary schools are collecting baby goods in a project to help Sarah's House shelter at Fort Meade, with help from Procter & Gamble Co. and BJ's Wholesale Club.

"Bags of Love," the Chesapeake Regional Association of Student Councils' Environmental Community Action Committee project, will culminate today at Severna Park High School. As many as 30 laundry baskets of baby goods will be picked up and delivered to Sarah's House.

Procter & Gamble and BJ's are contributing $200 worth of baby items and a $1,200 grant to the nonprofit 21st Century Education Foundation, a partnership between county schools and businesses.

Information: Annie Kramer, 410-757-1279, or Heather Segraves, 410-923-3139.

Pub Date: 3/20/97

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