In Baltimore City Full-time rabbi to be installed at...

City/County Digest

March 31, 2000|By From staff reports

In Baltimore City

Full-time rabbi to be installed at Beit Tikvah

Rabbi Elizabeth Bolton will be formally installed at 7: 30 p.m. tomorrow as the first full-time rabbi of Congregation Beit Tikvah, 5802 Roland Ave.

Installation begins with Havdallah, the ceremony that bids farewell to Shabbat. Participants include the Reconstructionist Community, the Baltimore Jewish Community, and representatives of the host congregation and other faith communities.

Rabbi Leila Gal Berner, Rabbi Deborah Glansberg-Krainin and Adina Newberg, who were instrumental in Bolton's professional development, will be guest speakers. A reception in honor of Bolton will follow the installation. Information: 410-583-7431.

Baltimore Police seeking recruits at 2 job fairs

The Baltimore Police Department is seeking recruits at two job fairs next month. The agency is short about 200 positions.

Recruiters will be at Coppin State College, 2500 W. North Ave., from 5: 30 p.m. to 7: 30 p.m. Wednesday, and at the University of Baltimore, 1420 N. Charles St., from 4: 30 p.m. to 7: 30 p.m. April 10.

Interested candidates are urged to attend either of the fairs, or call the recruitment section at 410-396-2340. You must be a U.S. citizen, have a valid driver's license, a high school diploma or equivalency and be at least 20 years, 9 months old.

University of Minnesota choir to hold a free performance

The University of Minnesota Morris Concert Choir will give a free performance at 7: 30 p.m. tomorrow at St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church, Calvert and Madison streets.

Kenneth Hodgson will direct the choral group of 70 voices in a program of scared music, spirituals and folk songs. Information: 410-727-3848.

In Baltimore County

Health information tours scheduled at Mars stores

TOWSON -- The Heart Institute at St. Joseph Medical Center and Mars supermarkets are sponsoring supermarket tours to allow consumers to gather up-to-date information on heart disease, diabetes, weight management, nutrition tips and myths.

Tours will be held Thursday at the Mars store in Carney, and April 13 at the Mars store in Timonium. The tours will include educational handouts, information on how to read food labels and answers to health questions.

Registration is required. Information: 410-337-1246.

Holocaust documentary to be shown at Goucher

TOWSON -- Holocaust survivor Max Amichai Heppner will present the world premier of his documentary, "Rediscovering My Childhood -- Memories of a Child Survivor," at 7: 30 p.m. Thursday in Kelley Lecture Hall at Goucher College.

The showing is part of Holocaust Remembrance Day. The film depicts Heppner's childhood and visits the locales and people involved in his rescue from the Holocaust.

The event is free and open to the public. Information: 410- 337-6377.

Community college to offer ethics workshops at 3 sites

CATONSVILLE -- The Community College of Baltimore County will hold a series of workshops on "Ethics in the New Millennium" at its three campuses next month. All sessions are free and open to the public.

The Essex campus will have a full day of discussions on Tuesday on topics such as practical ethics in the 21st century. On Wednesday, the Catonsville campus will play host to a panel discussion on ethics, technology and freedom. Sessions will be held at the Dundalk campus Thursday and focus on violence in America, diversity and social action.

Information: Essex, 410- 780-6497; Catonsville, 410- 455-4376; and Dundalk, 410- 285-9881.

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