County awards $73,000 in grants to 10 nonprofits

News Digest

August 05, 1999

Anne Arundel County has awarded more than $73,000 in grants to 10 nonprofit community organizations to develop substance-abuse and violence-prevention programs.

A panel of community and county government representatives reviewed the grant applications and made these awards:

Woodside Gardens Planning and Action Committee, $13,500.

People Against Child Abuse, $12,850.

YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, $9,993.

Rainbow Inc., $8,583

Bywater Planning Action Committee, $7,000.

Annapolis Youth Services Bureau, $5,000.

Planning Action Committee of Anne Arundel County, $5,000.

Anne Arundel County Conflict Resolution, $4,706.

Maryland Alliance for Drug-Free Youth, $4,500.

John Wesley United Methodist Church, $2,000.

Crofton boy, 15, charged in school burglary

A 15-year-old Crofton boy has been charged with burglary and released to his mother in connection with recent burglaries and vandalism at Crofton Meadows Elementary School.

Complaints from officials of the school at 2020 Tilghman Drive had led the Western District Tactical Patrol Unit to set up surveillance there. Friday, Officer Brian Smith saw several juveniles on the property acting suspiciously, and when he approached them, they ran away, he reported.

Smith caught one boy, who admitted that he and two friends had broken into a vacant portable classroom on July 21. Charges against the two other youths are pending, police said.

On July 27, the interior of a classroom was spray-painted with graffiti, police said.

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