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City/County Digest

August 31, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

In Baltimore County

Volunteer emergency medical technicians sought for classes

TOWSON -- County officials are seeking volunteers interested in training as emergency medical technicians.

Those who take the four-monthlong course will receive classroom instruction, learn how to drive an emergency vehicle, and work alongside members of a volunteer fire company. Participants must be interested in health care, have a high school or general equivalency diploma, and pass a physical exam and background check.

Graduates will be eligible to work for fire departments, ambulance companies, hospitals, nursing homes and medical laboratories. Orientation classes begin Sept. 10. Information: 410-853- 0884.

FOR THE RECORD - A brief in yesterday's editions of The Sun included an incorrect phone number for a program that will train those on public assistance to be emergency medical technicians. The correct number is 410-853-3884. The brief also should have said that volunteers must be welfare recipients. The Sun regrets the errors.

Library system master plan is subject of Sept. 7 meeting

NORTH POINT -- A meeting will take place Sept. 7 to gather community input in the greater Dundalk area for the library system's 10-year master plan.

The 7th District meeting, one of a series around the county, will be held at the library branch, 1716 Merritt Blvd., 7 to 8: 30 p.m.

Boating course offered by Coast Guard Auxiliary

PIKESVILLE -- The Coast Guard Auxiliary will hold a four-class course in boater safety on consecutive Wednesdays at Pikesville Senior High School from Sept. 22 to Oct. 13.

The course costs $22 per person, and classes will run from 7: 30 p.m. to 9: 30 p.m. A boating safety course is mandatory for anyone born after July 1972 who intends to operate a boat in Maryland waters.

Information: Irwin Eagle, 410- 363-2827.

In Baltimore City

Bicyclist, 19, shot dead on Shamrock Avenue

Police were investigating yesterday the shooting death of a 19-year-old man Sunday night in Northeast Baltimore.

The man was riding a bicycle about 10: 45 p.m. in the 4700 block of Shamrock Ave., several blocks east of Belair Road, when a black car stopped, a man got out and opened fire, police said. The victim, who was not identified pending notification of relatives, was found lying in bushes just off the road and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police knew of no suspect or motive.

22-year-old sentenced to life for role in teen's death

A 22-year-old man was sentenced yesterday to life in prison for his involvement in the killing of an East Baltimore teen-ager, city prosecutors said.

Tyrone Joseph Jones of Baltimore was convicted last month in Circuit Court of conspiracy to commit murder in the June 1998 shooting death of Tyree Wright, 15, of the 1700 block of E. Federal St. Prosecutors said they did not know why Wright was killed.

Senior classes on home safety, legal and financial planning

Classes for senior citizens on the topics of safety in the home and legal and financial planning will be held next week in the multi-purpose room of the city Department of Recreation, 3001 East Drive in Druid Hill Park.

"Making Your Home A Senior Friendly Environment" will be held on Sept. 8 and "Legal and Financial Issues" on Sept. 9. Each class runs from 8: 30 a.m. to 11: 45 a.m. The cost is $10 for each class and the registration deadline is Sept. 2.

Information: Ilene Lewandowski, 410-396-4932.

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