Central Scholarship Bureau

MARYLAND SCENE

June 06, 1999|By Sloane Brown

One of the best places to get "A View From the White House" recently was at the Baltimore Museum of Art. That's where Mara Liasson, National Public Radio White House correspondent, spoke about her experiences to a gathering of more than 360 supporters of the Central Scholarship Bureau.

It was part of an evening celebrating the 75th anniversary of one of Baltimore's oldest nonprofit organizations, which has provided interest-free loans to thousands of area students pursuing higher education.

The birthday bash included receptions before and after the talk. Celebrants spotted in the crowd included CSB executive director Helen London; event co-chairs Gladys Kremen and Olga Juanteguy; Manuele Wasserman, president of the CSB board; board members Sonia Tendler, Bruce Fried and Dr. Elijah Saunders; Gabriel Kroiz, a scholarship recipient; Toni Duggan, nurse practitioner at Elder Health Inc.; Jean Wyman, president of Good Thinking Inc.; and Alfred Coplan, financial planner with Smith Barney.

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