BWI Notes

BWI DIGEST

March 15, 2004

First hour of parking free at airport garage

Baltimore-Washington International Airport is now offering free one-hour parking in its hourly garage.

Drivers are encouraged to take advantage of the one-hour free parking as an alternative to curbside passenger drop-off or pickup. By using the hourly garage, drivers will help avoid congestion in front of the terminal during construction.

Event to focus on role of women in World War II

The Maryland Aviation Administration will present a Women's History Month program at 10 a.m. March 30 in BWI's Observation Gallery.

"Aprons to Airplanes: Rosie the Riveter Does Double Duty During World War II" will feature members of the Baltimore chapter of the Rosie the Riveter Association. The women will share their experiences of moving from a domestic lifestyle to becoming aircraft assembly-line workers during World War II.

The event is free, but seating is limited. For reservations or information, call 410-859-7949.

`Partners in Education' program set for teachers

The BWI Development Council, in conjunction with the Anne Arundel County school system, is holding an accredited educational program for teachers titled "Partners in Education" at 4:30 p.m. March 22 in the main terminal's assembly room.

The program, for middle and high school teachers, is designed to help them inform students about career opportunities at the airport.

Information: Debbie Klimczyk at 410-859-0124.

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