•Colorectal screenings and informational kits available through the county Health Department's Learn to Live Program. Screenings are free to county residents ages 50 to 64 who are uninsured and income-eligible. To order a free kit: Learn to Live Line, 410-222-7979, or LearnToLiveHealthy.org.
Blood pressure screenings sponsored by the Baltimore Washington Medical Center will be held 8:30 a.m. to noon, Jan. 12 and 26 at Harundale Presbyterian Church, Eastway and Guilford Road, Glen Burnie. Information: 410-787-4367 or go to http://www.mybwmc.org.
Vision and hearing screenings sponsored by the county's department of health will conduct mandated vision and hearing screenings in public schools for children in preschool, kindergarten first and eight grades.
January's screening will be held:
Southern Middle, Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 3 and 4
Central Middle, Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 4 and 5
Hilltop Elementary, Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 5 and 6
Mayo Elementary, Thursday, Jan. 6
Community United Methodist Preschool, Friday, Jan. 7
Edgewater Elementary, Jan. 10
Broadneck Elementary, Jan. 10 and 11
Central Elementary, Jan. 11 and 12
Crofton Elementary, Jan. 12 and 13
Odenton Elementary, Jan. 13
Chesapeake Academy, Chesapeake Montessori, Jan. 14
Calvary Center, The Goddard School of Arundel Mills, The Goddard School of Pasadena, Jan. 18 and 19
St. Andrew's United Methodist Preschool, Jan. 20
Community Christian Preschool and Kindergarten, Jan. 20 and 21
Creative Beginnings Preschool, Jan. 21
Elvaton Christian Academy, Joy in Learning-Marley Park, Jan. 25
Faith Baptist Child Development Center, Jan. 25 and 26
Georgetown East Elementary, Jan. 26 and 27
Eastport Elementary, Jan. 27
Galilee Lutheran Preschool, Wee Lad & Lassie Early Learning Center, Jan. 28
Oak Hill Elementary, Jan. 31
For additional information contact Kim Roussey, vision and hearing technician supervisor, 410-222-6838.