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January 18, 2001|By From staff reports

In Baltimore City

Arundel woman identified as victim in I-895 crash

Elaine Elizabeth Scheydt, 46, of Anne Arundel County was identified yesterday by Maryland Transportation Authority Police as the woman who was killed Tuesday in a fiery six-vehicle crash on northbound Interstate 895 in Southeast Baltimore.

Scheydt, a resident of the 300 block of Newfield Road in Glen Burnie, died at the scene when her 1997 Toyota Camry burst into flames after it was struck by a dump truck, said Cpl. Gregory Prioleau, spokesman for the police agency.

Prioleau said Scheydt's husband, Frederick Scheydt, 50, an officer with the police agency, was driving another vehicle and was among six people injured in the incident. Mr. Scheydt was treated at Harbor Hospital Center.

In Baltimore County

Languages to be offered at community college

ESSEX - Basic foreign languages are being offered in the spring as part of the noncredit continuing education program at the Community College of Baltimore County.

Spanish, Arabic, Korean, Italian, French and Russian are among the languages offered at CCBC's three main campuses in Essex, Catonsville and Dundalk and at extension centers including Owings Mills and Hunt Valley.

Information: 410-869-0296.

Juried model train show set at state fairgrounds

TIMONIUM - The Great Scale Model Train Show will be held Jan. 27-28 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds.

One of the largest juried scale-model train shows in the United States, it will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 27 and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 28.

Admission: adults, $6; ages 12 and younger, free; and families, $12 (including free Sunday return). Information: 410-730-1036.

Full scholarship to CCBC established for freshman

CATONSVILLE - The Catonsville Foundation at the Catonsville campus of the Community College of Baltimore County has established a student scholarship named for Francis X. Kelly, chairman of the CCBC board of trustees since 1997.

The full scholarship will be awarded in the fall to an incoming Baltimore County freshman.

Kelly, a state senator from Baltimore County from 1979 to 1991, is founder and chief executive officer of Kelly & Associates Insurance Group in Hunt Valley.

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