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Multiservice Center lends a hand in many ways [North Laurel/Savage]

The North Laurel-Savage Multiservice Center has expanded once again. The center offers services for the community and is now offering Door to Healthcare. This will assist people who do not have health care find the best program for them.

The center is now also offering the Healthy Howard Heal Zone Program. This program will help promote healthy eating and an active lifestyle.

The center will also be adding the Howard County Re-entry Program, which helps ex-offenders find housing, employment and other services. They are adding case management for Homeless Service Programs to help families with children who are homeless or at risk for being homeless.

The center also assists with immigration services, electrical payment assistance, job assistance, eviction prevention, individual and/or family counseling, domestic violence assistance, legal aid and financial coaching. They are at 9900 Washington Blvd. Suite I.

Congratulations to Reservoir High School being recognized by the state as a Maryland STEM Innovation School. Only two schools in Howard County have this designation for their work in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. They were chosen because of their Project Lead the Way Pre-Engineering Academy, their STEM speaker series, Robotics Club, and many other initiatives. They also had the highest percentage of the student body enrolled in technology education for high schools in the state.

The Gator Academy is offering free tutoring on Dec. 8 at the North Laurel Community Center. This will be the only tutoring session for December. Please bring all materials and the permission slip which can be found on the RHS website or at student services. For information contact Beth Weith at create.beth@verizon.net or Miriam Cruz at 240-640-7885.

The Academy is always looking for tutors to help with the program. Contact Beth Weith, if interested.

You looked so lovely on your wedding day but what do you do with that wedding dress now? Why not donate it to Cherie Amour at the Savage Mill. This upscale bridal resale shop supports Success in Style. They also resell mother of the bride or groom dresses, bridesmaid dresses, veils, shoes and tuxedos. You can just donate them to Charity's Closet or use the drop off boxes out front of the Mill. What a great way to free up room in your closet and help others. While clearing out that closet do not forget that Charity's Closet is looking for business clothes for both men and women of all sizes. All sales support helping Success in Style find community members new jobs and futures.

I want to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving.

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