There's still time to pick up your rack packets and participate in the Rocky on the Run—5k Run/Walk, on Saturday, March 23, to benefit the Rockburn Elementary School PTA.
Proceeds from this event will support student-focused school programs. Safety marshals will be stationed along the course and there will be a water station at the halfway point.
Packets can be picked up Thursday, March 21, 6-8 p.m., at Road Runner, 6630C Marie Curie Drive, Elkridge. Note: inline skates, bikes and pets are not allowed; strollers are welcome.
Registration is $25 (adults); $15 (kids 10 and under). Parking is available at the Lyndwood Shopping Center. To register, go to http://www.active.com/running/elkridge-md/rocky-on-the-run-5k-run-walk-2013. You cannot register on the date of the event.
The Elkridge Heritage Society presents gifted Maryland author and poet Frank Crowson at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 9, at the Elkridge Furnace Inn, 5745 Furnace Ave.
Raised in Elkridge, Crowson attended the old Elkridge High School. A veteran of both World War II and the Korean War, he served for 25 years in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. As a civilian, Crowson worked as a nuclear engineer, designing and building a number of the nation's nuclear reactors and fossil fuel stations.
With two colleagues, he established CDP Product Development Corp. and has been issued four U.S. patents. His first book, "Bearing False Witness" was published in 1997.
Don't miss what is sure to be an engaging and informative presentation. Cost is $15 for admission, dessert, coffee and tea. For more information, go to http://www.elkridgeheritage.org.
The Elkridge Adult Athletic Association, a community supporter for over 30 years, is accepting applications from area high school seniors for their 2013 scholarship awards. Applications will be accepted until April 21.
More information about the EAAA Scholarship and the application process can be found on the EAAA Facebook page or by contacting Jeff Lockard at 410-796-8088 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discover the hidden worlds living in our local streams! If you have a desire to make a positive environmental impact in your own backyard, the Patapsco Heritage Greenway needs you.
Currently, there is little, if any, known water quality data for the hundreds of streams located in the lower Patapsco River watershed. By learning how to determine water quality through various observations and tests, you can help the Greenway evaluate a streams' health.
Workshops offer "hands on" training. Volunteers are taught how to find, collect, sort and identify aquatic creatures that are water quality indicators. Volunteers also perform and evaluate some non-hazardous water quality tests.
Training is free and limited to committed adult volunteers who agree to monitor a stream within the lower Patapsco River watershed area. For registration information, go to www. patapscoheritagegreenway.org or email email@example.com.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun