Baltimore County Digest


March 13, 2007

Council to discuss new historic landmarks

The Baltimore County Council is scheduled to discuss today whether to add 10 structures to the historic landmarks list.

The list includes a 1905 Colonial Revival house at 403 Gun Road in the Avalon area of Halethorpe, the late-1800s Pine Grove School in Doncaster Village in the Cub Hill area and the 1800s Stiltz's Folly farmstead in Hereford.

The council is to discuss the list at a work session in Towson and vote on it Monday.

North Point

Help sought in finding missing man

Baltimore County police are asking for help in finding an 18-year-old man missing from the North Point area.

Raymond Zubrowski Jr. was reported missing Jan. 30, police said yesterday.

Police said Zubrowski left his house in the 2600 block of Page Drive about 11:30 a.m. Jan. 29 to meet someone about a job. Zubrowski has not been seen or heard from since, police said.

Family members told police he had never before left and not returned, and that he does not own a car or cell phone.

Zubrowski is described as white, 5 feet 10 inches tall, 190 pounds, with hazel eyes and short brown hair.

Anyone with information is asked to call county police at 410-307-2020.


Students to perform `Side by Side'

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and 33 Baltimore County public high school musicians will perform the annual "Side by Side" concert at 10:30 a.m. March 21 at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, 1212 Cathedral St.

The student musicians are members of the county's high school honors band or orchestra. They were selected through a competitive audition process, have participated in master classes with members of the BSO and have held three rehearsals. They will perform music by Berlioz, Smetana, Wagner, Saint-Saens and Weber before an audience of 1,400 middle and high school students.

Clarinet student Michael Hu of Dulaney High School will perform a solo. The honors music students represent Sparrows Point, Loch Raven, Catonsville, Dulaney, Towson, Hereford, Perry Hall, Patapsco and Pikesville high schools.

Summer camps

Concert to raise funds for project

The Baltimore County Department of Social Services Volunteer Office will host a benefit concert featuring the Voices of Inner Strength Gospel Choir from Emory University.

The concert will be held from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. today at Loch Raven High School auditorium, 122 Cowpens Ave.

The volunteer office is spearheading the fundraising effort to support the annual Campership Project, which enables hundreds of children being served by the Baltimore County DSS to attend summer camp.

The Campership Project is sponsored by the Fund for Social Welfare, which raised $31,000 and sent 117 children to summer camp for two weeks last year. This year, the goal is $50,000.

The public is invited to attend the concert, and a free will offering is the price of admittance.

The Emory University Gospel Choir is donating their time for the event.

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