Baltimore County Digest

BALTIMORE COUNTY DIGEST

August 05, 2008

Meeting to address CO concerns

Concerned about a series of carbon monoxide-related calls this summer, Baltimore County fire officials will hold a town meeting at 7 p.m. today in the Cove Village area to educate residents on how to prevent CO poisoning.

The meeting at the Middleborough Volunteer Fire Department, 1913 Middleborough Road, is co-sponsored by Sawyer Realty Holdings Co., which manages the 94 townhomes in Cove Village.

Residents are urged to attend the meeting to learn about Sawyer's plans for abating the CO problems and to share questions and concerns. Firefighters will distribute literature about carbon monoxide poisoning.

In 2005, three members of a Cove Village family died of carbon monoxide poisoning.

Information: 410-887-4520.

CCBC

Sessions set for prospective students

The Community College of Baltimore County will hold two-hour information sessions for prospective students at its three campuses.

Sessions will be held at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. today in Building A, Room 202, Essex campus; tomorrow in Building H, Room 308A, Catonsville; and Thursday in Building G, Room 100, Dundalk.

An online session will be held at noon and 6 p.m. Aug. 12 at www.ccbcmd.edu/openhouse.

Information: 410-869-7168.

Reisterstown

Beth Tfiloh to mark donation to camp

Beth Tfiloh will unveil a new sign for the donation of 9 acres to the Beth Tfiloh Camp at noon tomorrow at Delight Meadows Road in Reisterstown.

Representatives from St. John Properties, Emmer Builders and Beth Tfiloh, Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg and other officials will attend the unveiling. Several campers will sing.

The donation increases the 40-acre day camp by 25 percent. The camp was founded in 1943.

Dundalk

Children's center to hold open house

The Children's Learning Center at the Community College of Baltimore County, Dundalk campus, will hold an open house for parents to learn about the center and register their children for fall programs.

The open house from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Saturday will feature tours of the facility in the C Building at 7200 Sollers Point Road.

The center offers programs for preschoolers ages 3 to 5, and before- and after-school care for school-age children.

Information: 410-285-9890.

Cockeysville

Fire company plans annual golf tourney

The Cockeysville Volunteer Fire Company will hold its 17th annual golf tournament Monday at the Hunt Valley Golf Club.

Entry fee is $85. Registration is available at www.cvfc.org or at the firehouse, 11210 York Road.

Information: 410-527-1634.

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