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May 10, 1992
Water system flushedWater Department personnel will be flushing the city water system from 8 p.m. to midnight tomorrow through Wednesday.Residents may experience low pressure or slightly dirty water.Areas affected will be:* East Main Street area, including George, Madison, Center, Westminster, Lincoln, Middlebrook and Washington Road to Carroll Community College.* Campus Heights, Washington Square, Poole Road, Agricultural Center and Winchester Drive.Information: 876-0299.Children's council meetsWESTMINSTERMembers of the Carroll County Children's Council plan to assess this month which child-care issues in the county most need to be addressed.
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January 4, 1999
TodayRacial equality meeting: Carroll Citizens for Racial Equality will meet at 9 a.m. at Westminster Church of the Brethren, Bond Street and Park Place. Information: 410-848- 8090.Artists guild meets: Carroll County Artists Guild will meet at 7 p.m. at Carroll County Arts Council, 15 E. Main St., Westminster. Information: 410-848-7349.TomorrowBoard meeting: Parents Without Partners will have a board of directors meeting for chapter happenings and committees at 7 p.m. at member's home. Information: 410-876-6504.
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By Cindy Parr and Cindy Parr,Contributing Writer | December 3, 1992
If all goes well between local businesses and Carroll County' Youth Services Bureau, programs to help parents do a better job could be instituted in many workplaces throughout the county.George Giese, the Youth Services Bureau director, told members of the Carroll County Children's Council yesterday that his agency would meet with business people next month to discuss the idea."On Jan. 15, we have about 12 businesses from in the community that are coming to a meeting where we will talk about how we can service them at their places of business," Mr. Giese said.
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By Cindy Parr and Cindy Parr,Contributing Writer | May 6, 1993
The only shelter in Carroll County where needy families can stay intact has enough money to stay open until the end of June, says an official of the agency that operates the facility.Lynda Gainor told members of the Carroll County Children's Council yesterday that enough has been donated to keep the shelter functioning until then.Ms. Gainor is deputy director of Human Services Programs of Carroll County Inc., which operates the shelters. She said the agency is soliciting donations from the community in an attempt to secure the $32,000 necessary to continue shelter operations.
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By Cindy Parr and Cindy Parr,Contributing Writer | November 8, 1992
The district director of Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland briefed the Carroll County Children's Council on Wednesday about anti-abuse services available through Family and Children's Services.Sandra Rappeport told members there are three programs dealing with different kinds of abuse that can take place within a family."Right now we offer the generic Family Counseling program, the Sexual Abuse Treatment program and the Battered Spouse program," said Ms. Rappeport.All three offer individual counseling and group sessions, Ms. Rappeport said.
NEWS
October 6, 1991
The Carroll County Children's Trust Fund disbursed $13,693 for the care of 17 children from July 1990 to June 1991, the Carroll County Children's Council reported Wednesday at its monthly meeting at the Extension Service.The trust fund was started by Dr. Karl Green in the fall of 1983 to help families pay for necessary medical and surgical expenses, said Maxine Fritz of the Carroll County Health Department."This was the first service of its type," she said.In other business, Marianne Earhart, a citizen representative for the council reported on the first meeting of the Committee for People At Risk For Needing Child Care, which will address child care for the working poor.
NEWS
By Cindy Parr and Cindy Parr,Contributing Writer | May 6, 1993
The only shelter in Carroll County where needy families can stay intact has enough money to stay open until the end of June, says an official of the agency that operates the facility.Lynda Gainor told members of the Carroll County Children's Council yesterday that enough has been donated to keep the shelter functioning until then.Ms. Gainor is deputy director of Human Services Programs of Carroll County Inc., which operates the shelters. She said the agency is soliciting donations from the community in an attempt to secure the $32,000 necessary to continue shelter operations.
NEWS
April 5, 1992
Dennis Cardiff, program coordinator for Maryland's Parents Anonymousorganization, told the Carroll County Children's Council Wednesday about the importance of the self-help group and the need for council members to promote the PA concept and make parent referrals when necessary."
NEWS
By Cindy Parr and Cindy Parr,Contributing Writer | April 11, 1993
Tenure and the future of a state support group will top the agenda when officials from the Carroll County Children's Council meet Tuesday with Commissioner Donald I. Dell.Council President Linda Ebersole and Secretary Emily Ferren said at a meeting last week that they want to continue the efforts of the council."There is a possibility that the State Advisory Council, which is an umbrella agency for children's councils throughout the state, may disband," Ms. Ferren said. "But we have the choice to continue at the local level."
NEWS
January 4, 1999
TodayRacial equality meeting: Carroll Citizens for Racial Equality will meet at 9 a.m. at Westminster Church of the Brethren, Bond Street and Park Place. Information: 410-848- 8090.Artists guild meets: Carroll County Artists Guild will meet at 7 p.m. at Carroll County Arts Council, 15 E. Main St., Westminster. Information: 410-848-7349.TomorrowBoard meeting: Parents Without Partners will have a board of directors meeting for chapter happenings and committees at 7 p.m. at member's home. Information: 410-876-6504.
NEWS
By Cindy Parr and Cindy Parr,Contributing Writer | April 11, 1993
Tenure and the future of a state support group will top the agenda when officials from the Carroll County Children's Council meet Tuesday with Commissioner Donald I. Dell.Council President Linda Ebersole and Secretary Emily Ferren said at a meeting last week that they want to continue the efforts of the council."There is a possibility that the State Advisory Council, which is an umbrella agency for children's councils throughout the state, may disband," Ms. Ferren said. "But we have the choice to continue at the local level."
NEWS
By Cindy Parr and Cindy Parr,Contributing writer | January 8, 1993
Protecting children is sometimes easier said than done when it comes to the touchy issues of abuse, neglect, medical care and support.But Maryland's children and their families have the support of Advocates for Children and Youth, a nonprofit organization that works to improve education, health, family support and prevention services for children of all ages.Amy Blank, a public policy specialist for the 3-year-old advocacy organization, told members of the Carroll County Children's Council at a meeting in Westminster on Wednesday that preventing the problems children face should be dealt with at all levels of the community.
NEWS
By Cindy Parr and Cindy Parr,Contributing Writer | December 3, 1992
If all goes well between local businesses and Carroll County' Youth Services Bureau, programs to help parents do a better job could be instituted in many workplaces throughout the county.George Giese, the Youth Services Bureau director, told members of the Carroll County Children's Council yesterday that his agency would meet with business people next month to discuss the idea."On Jan. 15, we have about 12 businesses from in the community that are coming to a meeting where we will talk about how we can service them at their places of business," Mr. Giese said.
NEWS
By Cindy Parr and Cindy Parr,Contributing Writer | November 8, 1992
The district director of Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland briefed the Carroll County Children's Council on Wednesday about anti-abuse services available through Family and Children's Services.Sandra Rappeport told members there are three programs dealing with different kinds of abuse that can take place within a family."Right now we offer the generic Family Counseling program, the Sexual Abuse Treatment program and the Battered Spouse program," said Ms. Rappeport.All three offer individual counseling and group sessions, Ms. Rappeport said.
NEWS
May 10, 1992
Water system flushedWater Department personnel will be flushing the city water system from 8 p.m. to midnight tomorrow through Wednesday.Residents may experience low pressure or slightly dirty water.Areas affected will be:* East Main Street area, including George, Madison, Center, Westminster, Lincoln, Middlebrook and Washington Road to Carroll Community College.* Campus Heights, Washington Square, Poole Road, Agricultural Center and Winchester Drive.Information: 876-0299.Children's council meetsWESTMINSTERMembers of the Carroll County Children's Council plan to assess this month which child-care issues in the county most need to be addressed.
NEWS
April 5, 1992
Dennis Cardiff, program coordinator for Maryland's Parents Anonymousorganization, told the Carroll County Children's Council Wednesday about the importance of the self-help group and the need for council members to promote the PA concept and make parent referrals when necessary."
NEWS
December 8, 1991
The town grew by nearly 28 acres with the annexation of the Jack Gullo property.The Town Council took final action on the proposal atits meeting Wednesday. No objections were raised during a recent public hearing on the annexation of the land on Route 31, south of here."I hope to increase the tax base for the community," said Gullo. "We all stand to gain and harvest from this down the road."Gullo had said in previous meetings that several businesses would be interested in developing the industrially zoned land, once the town annexedit and provided water.
NEWS
By Cindy Parr and Cindy Parr,Contributing writer | January 8, 1993
Protecting children is sometimes easier said than done when it comes to the touchy issues of abuse, neglect, medical care and support.But Maryland's children and their families have the support of Advocates for Children and Youth, a nonprofit organization that works to improve education, health, family support and prevention services for children of all ages.Amy Blank, a public policy specialist for the 3-year-old advocacy organization, told members of the Carroll County Children's Council at a meeting in Westminster on Wednesday that preventing the problems children face should be dealt with at all levels of the community.
NEWS
December 8, 1991
The town grew by nearly 28 acres with the annexation of the Jack Gullo property.The Town Council took final action on the proposal atits meeting Wednesday. No objections were raised during a recent public hearing on the annexation of the land on Route 31, south of here."I hope to increase the tax base for the community," said Gullo. "We all stand to gain and harvest from this down the road."Gullo had said in previous meetings that several businesses would be interested in developing the industrially zoned land, once the town annexedit and provided water.
NEWS
October 6, 1991
The Carroll County Children's Trust Fund disbursed $13,693 for the care of 17 children from July 1990 to June 1991, the Carroll County Children's Council reported Wednesday at its monthly meeting at the Extension Service.The trust fund was started by Dr. Karl Green in the fall of 1983 to help families pay for necessary medical and surgical expenses, said Maxine Fritz of the Carroll County Health Department."This was the first service of its type," she said.In other business, Marianne Earhart, a citizen representative for the council reported on the first meeting of the Committee for People At Risk For Needing Child Care, which will address child care for the working poor.
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