River Hill High PTSA to award four $500 scholarships

May 03, 2001

The River Hill High School PTSA has announced that four $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating seniors this year.

Two scholarships will be for use at a four-year college or university, and two will be for vocational-technical school or community college. A letter of acceptance from the educational institution is required.

Applications, which are available in the school's guidance office, must be returned before the end of the school day May 11. The scholarships can be used for any college expenses and will be awarded directly to the students.

A meeting for parents about River Hill's four-period day and scheduling system will be held at 7 p.m. Monday.

Those who wish to speak should sign up in advance with ninth-grade teacher Rick Marquart at rmarquart@mail.howard.k12.md.us or 410-313-7120.

Sharp Road resurfacing under way in Glenelg

Milling and resurfacing work is being done on portions of Sharp Road and intersecting roads in Glenelg. Motorists should expect delays.

Work on Highland Road, between Triadelphia Mill and Ten Oaks roads in Highland, has been delayed until about May 14. Part of Highland Road will be closed during improvements.

The project is expected to be completed in July, weather permitting.

Information: 410-313-3406.

Gardener to discuss medicinal plants

Master gardener Carol Hooper will discuss "Medicinal Plants" at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Glenwood senior Center, 2398 Route 97. The one-hour program is sponsored by Howard County Master Gardeners.

Information: Betty Frye, 410-313-5440.

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