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September 30, 2007
Cecil College will hold a free information session about training options for careers in the allied health field from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday in Room 326 of Elkton Station. The college offers full-time and part-time training programs for medical assistants and receptionists, medical coders and billers, dental assistants, medicine aides, certified nursing assistants and phlebotomists. Full-time programs can be completed in less than a year. Information: 410-287-6060, ext. 641 or ext. 760. Cecil College plans Philadelphia trip Cecil College is observing Constitution Day with a bus trip to Philadelphia to visit the National Constitution Center, Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell on Wednesday.
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NEWS
August 12, 2007
Students will pay more for their school lunches this year in Harford County schools. School officials say rising prices, primarily in milk and cheese, are to blame. The price of an elementary school lunch will be $1.70 and secondary school lunch will be $1.80, starting this fall. The cost of lunches are increasing by 20 cents, marking the first price rise since August 1998, officials said. Reduced-price lunches will remain at 40 cents. Community college trustees to meet The board of trustees of Harford Community College will meet in open session at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Chesapeake Center Board Room.
NEWS
August 5, 2007
Cecil College will hold a free College Information and Career Advising Session from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Elkton Station, 107 Railroad Ave. Advisers from the college's credit and noncredit programs will talk to prospective students about training programs, workplace readiness classes, lifelong learning resources and financial aid. Information: 410-287-6060, ext. 641. Edgewood High plans reunion weekend The Edgewood High School Class of 1977...
NEWS
August 5, 2007
Georgia O'Keeffe topic of lecture The Soroptimist Club of Havre de Grace is sponsoring art-related programs at the town library branch in conjunction with the coming Havre de Grace Art Show. Colleen Webster, professor of English at Harford Community College, will present a program on Georgia O'Keeffe at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the library, 120 N. Union Ave. Webster will dress as O'Keeffe and show the artist's paintings to tell her life story. Sculptor Teresa Yost Bennett, a bronze and clay artist, will discuss the process of creating a bronze sculpture from concept to foundry at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
NEWS
July 8, 2007
In partnership with Cecil College, the Maryland Humanities Council will present "Chautauqua 2007: Food for Thought" at 7 p.m. Friday through July 16 on the North East campus. The free program features scholars assuming the costumes and characters of historical figures, talking about their lives and answering audience questions. In event of inclement weather, performances will be held in the Milburn Stone Theatre. The event will features impersonations of farm worker, labor leader and civil rights activist Cesar Chavez, presented by Fred Blanco on Friday; agricultural scientist, educator, artist, musician and humanitarian George Washington Carver, presented by Paxton Williams on Saturday; novelist, essayist, short story writer and social activist Upton Sinclair, presented by Doug Mishler on July 15; and chef Julia Child, presented by Mary Ann Jung on July 16. Lead-in programs precede the Chautauquans.
NEWS
July 8, 2007
Schools announce staff assignments The Harford County Board of Education has announced the following promotions and appointments of administrative and supervisory personnel: Cynthia Hendrick to a 10-month position as assistant principal at North Harford High. Robyn Rook to a 10-month position as assistant principal at Joppatowne High. Wanita Fleury to a 12-month position as assistant principal at Harford Technical High. Joseph Harbert to a 12-month position as assistant principal at Joppatowne High.
NEWS
By Kevin T. McVey and Kevin T. McVey,SUN STAFF | December 5, 2004
The photography of five former Cecil Community College students will be showcased through Dec. 23 in an exhibit titled At Home and Around the World at the college's gallery, 1 Seahawk Drive, North East. The exhibit features the work of John Abrahams, Joe Gulick, Manohar Kataria, Jane Schaefer and Kathryn Ward. Abrahams, a lifelong resident of Port Deposit, has been a priest for 25 years. He is assigned to the Archdiocese of Baltimore as sacramental minister for the Prince of Peace Church in Edgewood.
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By Artika Rangan and Artika Rangan,SUN STAFF | August 1, 2004
Malinda Zebley has spent the past 12 years of her life dancing. In September, she will take her hobby further by enrolling in Cecil Community College's new performing arts program with a concentration in dance. "This is what I've always loved to do," said Zebley, 18, of Earleville. "I figure, why not go to school for it?" Zebley is one of the first students to enroll in the program, which will be offered for the first time in the fall. Performing arts students will take general course requirements in the fall at the North East campus.
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