In Baltimore County Hebbville school opens $1.2 million...


June 15, 2000|By From staff reports

In Baltimore County

Hebbville school opens $1.2 million addition today

RANDALLSTOWN - Members of the Hebbville Elementary School community will celebrate completion of a $1.2 million classroom addition at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. today.

Baltimore County Executive C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger, Deputy State Superintendent of Schools Skip Sanders and Baltimore County Superintendent Anthony G. Marchione will attend. The 8,210-square-foot addition includes six classrooms.

College Manor to celebrate 48 years with free concert

LUTHERVILLE - College Manor, an assisted-living facility on the site of the former Lutherville Female Seminary, will mark 48 years of "gracious living in retirement" June 24 with a free public concert and fireworks display.

The event will feature the big-band sounds of the Mood Swings, a fireworks display by Zambelli Internationale, an appearance by Elmo the Clown, and antique and modern firetrucks from Lutherville Volunteer Fire Department.

The grounds, at 300 W. Seminary Ave., will open for picnics at 5 p.m. The concert will begin at 6 p.m., with fireworks after dark. Information: 410-252-0440.

Lacrosse camp to benefit American Cancer Society

FREELAND - A girls' lacrosse camp will be held June 22 to benefit the American Cancer Society.

The camp, provided by the Hereford High School girls varsity lacrosse team, will be from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Prettyboy Elementary School, 18807 Middletown Road, Freeland.

Cost is a $20 donation to the Cancer Society. Participants should bring a lacrosse stick, ball and lunch. Information: call Julie Henninger at 410-239-8616 or Lauren Carls at 410-343-1509.


In Baltimore City

May's heat wave claims life of third victim

Heat stroke claimed the life of an unidentified 48-year-old Baltimore man during last month's heat wave, according to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

It was the third heat-related death in the state this year, all from early May. In each case, heat was a factor contributing to other health problems, including substance abuse.

Officials encourage people to follow simple suggestions to avoid heat-related problems: Drink plenty of liquids, particularly water, to prevent dehydration; avoid alcohol; wear loose-fitting, light-colored, lightweight clothing; stay in the shade or wear sunglasses, a hat and sunscreen; and frequently check on the elderly and young children.

TransAfrica president to speak at awards banquet

The Monumental City Medical Society Scholarship Foundation will hold its 10th annual scholarship awards banquet at 7 p.m. today at Martin's West on Security Boulevard in Woodlawn.

The keynote speaker at the Event will be Randall Robinson, president of TransAfrica, which works to influence American foreign policy regarding political and human rights in Africa and the Caribbean.

Information: 410-243-6905.

`Antz' to be screened in Patterson Park

The Baltimore Police Department and Fox 45 Television are co-sponsoring "Charm City Cinema" at 6 p.m. tomorrow in Patterson Park with a showing of the animated movie "Antz," the story of a noncomformist ant who seeks to break out of his ant colony.

The theme of the free event is safety, and those attending will be given information on having a safe summer, said Ragina C. Averella, director of the Police Department's public affairs section.

The event will include live entertainment, exhibit booths, police canine and mounted units, and the Bocek PAL Choir. Part of the proceeds from the sale of pizza and drinks will be donated to city youth programs.

Bus driver pleads guilty to stealing tickets

A Mass Transit Administration bus driver pleaded guilty in District Court yesterday to stealing hundreds of $3 all-day bus tickets that were then sold on the street, the Maryland attorney general's office said.

Jacenta Valerie Scott, 36, of the 1600 block of N. Forest Park Ave., a driver since early last year, used a computerized fare box to print the tickets. Scott received a five-year suspended sentence and was ordered to pay $1,036 in restitution.

Five other MTA bus drivers have been charged with similar crimes. Two have been found guilty.

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