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Business Notes

July 18, 2004

TownMall taking part in free program of summer movies

TownMall of Westminster is participating in the Regal Entertainment Group's Free Family Film Festival, a summer program of free G- and PG-rated movies for children and their parents.

One G- and one PG-rated film will be shown at 10 a.m. every Tuesday and Wednesday.

Doors at Regal Westminster will open at 9:30 a.m. for first-come, first-served seating.

The movie schedule, with the G-movie first, is:

Tuesday and Wednesday: The King & I and Spy Kids.

July 27 and 28: Rugrats - The Movie and Spy Kids 2.

Aug. 3 and 4: Rugrats in Paris and The Wild Thornberrys.

Aug. 10 and 11: Muppets From Space and Sinbad - Legend of the Seven Seas.

Aug. 17 and 18: Black Beauty and Good Boy.

Information: 410-857-0300.

Scholarship honors chamber's first director

Six county students have been presented Charles D. Schaffer Scholarships by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce.

The program was established in memory of the chamber's first executive director, who served the organization for 17 years. It has grown since 1986 to allow one recipient from each of the public high schools with a graduating class.

The $800 scholarships were presented to: Ian Brandon Jacobs, Century High; John A. Smith III, Francis Scott Key High; Ryan P. Stecher, Liberty High; Joseph K. Suder, North Carroll High; Kristen Lee Dix, South Carroll High; Ashley Elise Jentilet, Westminster High.

To be eligible, students must be residents of Carroll County for at least a year; plan to attend a Maryland college for at least a one-year course in business, economics or the practical arts; need assistance and demonstrate an ability to succeed; and be interested in community affairs.

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