'Teen2Teen' panel for kids

March 08, 2009

HC DrugFree, a nonprofit organization that seeks to empower the Howard County community to raise drug-free children, will offer "Teen2Teen: Alcohol, Drugs and All in Between," a panel of young adults who will share their experiences with alcohol and other drugs, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. March 18 at Hammond High School, 8800 Guilford Road.

The panelists will describe their lives and how they recovered from addictions, and answer questions.

Registration is not required. Information: 443-325-0040.

Jewish talks

Columbia Jewish Congregation is offering discussions to provide opportunities for members of interfaith families and relationships to build a supportive network together. The discussions, which are open to everyone, provide a safe and respectful environment in which to share and learn from one another.

The topic for discussion will be "Death and Dying in the Interfaith Family" at 7 p.m. March 19 at the Oakland Mills Interfaith Center, 5885 Robert Oliver Place. Cantor Jan Morrison and Irene Rubin Seastrum will facilitate the discussion.

Information: e-mail, seastrum@comcast.net.

Rick Silver will have an adult bar mitzvah ceremony, publicly affirming his Jewish heritage, at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Columbia Jewish Congregation at the Oakland Mills Interfaith Center.

Everyone is welcome. Information: Miriam Lapping, 410-730-6044 ext. 314.

Youth program

Children and youth participating in the LOGOS program at Christ United Methodist Church in the Owen Brown Interfaith Center will tell the story of Moses using puppets during a 10 a.m. worship March 15, 22 and 29.

During the March 29 service, they will act as volunteers. The Owen Brown Interfaith Center is at 7246 Cradlerock Way. Information: 410-381-6329 or go to www.gbgm-umc.org/christcolumbia. For information on the LOGOS Ministry for children and youth, in its fourth year at Christ UMC, go to www.thelogosmin istry.org.

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