In Baltimore City
Volunteers sought to help deliver food for AIDS program
The Maryland Community Kitchen, a group that prepares and delivers food to people who have AIDS or HIV in the Baltimore metropolitan area, is seeking volunteers.
Formerly known as Moveable Feast, the organization is looking for people to work in the kitchen or use their vehicles to deliver meals. No experience is necessary. Basic information about human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome and the clients receiving food will be provided during orientation.
Information: 410-243-4604, Ext. 25.
Md. School for the Blind plans flea market and fair
Maryland School for the Blind has scheduled a flea market and craft fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 9 at its Northeast Baltimore campus, 3501 Taylor Ave.
Vendor space is available for $20 per spot with all proceeds to benefit the nonprofit school. The facility serves blind, visually impaired and multidisabled students from infancy to age 21.
Information: 410-444-5000, Ext. 214.
In Baltimore County
Joint meeting on rezoning scheduled for two districts
TIMONIUM -- A joint town hall meeting will be held from 7 p.m. to 8: 30 p.m. tomorrow at the Maryland State Fairgrounds' Vista Room for constituents from the 3rd and 4th county districts to discuss the four-year Comprehensive Zoning Map process.
The meeting will give residents a chance to request zoning changes on properties that might be developed. The comprehensive zoning process is one way the County Council evaluates and rezones properties.
Councilmen T. Bryan McIntire, a 3rd District Republican, and Wayne M. Skinner, a 4th District Republican, also attend.
Community college board to meet on Dundalk campus
DUNDALK -- The Community College of Baltimore County board of trustees will meet at 7: 30 p.m. tomorrow at the Dundalk campus, 7200 Sollers Point Road.
The meeting will be in Room 800A of the Business and Industry Center.
Speakers are asked to sign in by 7: 15 p.m. and limit comments to two minutes. Information: 410- 869-1218.
AAUW to start program year with supper and a speaker
RUXTON -- The American Association of University Women will begin a new program year at 6: 30 p.m. today at Church of the Good Shepherd, 1401 Carrollton Ave., with a potluck supper and a speaker, Augustine Pounds, a recent president of the national group's legal advocacy fund.
Pounds, a member of the Bowie-area branch, has promoted gender equity in the academic world. She will discuss issues of importance to the national organization.
AAUW is open to all women and men who have a baccalaureate degree. College and university students may become affiliates. Information: Nancy Witaconis, 410-825- 8241.
Pub Date: 9/21/99