Treasury gives computers to school

October 21, 1997

The U.S. Treasury Department is giving computers to local school districts. More than 100 used computers are making their way to the labs and offices of Meade Senior High School.

Bill Purify, aide to the secretary of the Treasury, with the assistance of parent volunteer Jim Rakes, recently sent 20 computers to Meade that have been set up in Maryland's Tomorrow area.

District 33 delegation

to attend forum Oct. 30

West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce will be host of a forum with the District 33 delegation at 8 a.m. Oct. 30 at Perry's Grill and Spirits in Odenton.

State Sen. Robert R. Neall and District 33 Dels. Robert C. Baldwin, Janet Greenip and Marsha G. Perry will participate. The public is invited, and no reservations are necessary.

Names in the news

Joins staff: Gastroenterologist Mukul Khandelwal has joined Maryland Primary Care Physicians at North Arundel Health System's Odenton Medical Center. Khandelwal will join the staff after serving as an assistant professor of medicine and the medical director of enoscopy at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center at Pennsylvania State University. Odenton Medical Center is at 1215 Annapolis Road. Information: 410-674-6454.

New practitioner: Family practitioner Konni Bringman has joined Maryland Primary Care Physicians at its Crofton office. Bringman recently completed her residency at Franklin Square Hospital Center in Baltimore, where she was chief resident during her final year. She received her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and her bachelor's degree in biology from Loyola College in Baltimore. Maryland Primary Care Physicians of Crofton is at 1655 Crofton Blvd. Information: 410-262-5900.

Pub Date: 10/21/97

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