NAACP, law firm award scholarships to area teen-agers
Several scholarships have been granted by local organizations.
The Howard County NAACP has announced its Pioneers Educational Scholarship winners: Caroline Blackwell and Marcus Tolson of Long Reach High; Terea McDaniel of Centennial High; and Paul Phillips, Marcus West and Robert Roche of Oakland Mills High.
The law firm of Rapaport & Skalny LLC has announced that Barrett Nixon is the recipient of its scholarship. Nixon is a recent graduate of Glenelg High, and plans a career in the legal profession.
Community college to offer class in boating safety
Howard Community College will offer an eight-hour Maryland basic boating class, designed to meet state requirements for a certificate of boating safety.
Types of vessels, marine weather, emergency actions, personal watercraft, navigational aids and maneuvering are among the topics that will be addressed.
The class will meet from 9 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. July 15 and 22 at the college's Hickory Ridge Building. A second class will be offered in August.
The cost is $45 for out-of-state students; $35 for out-of-county residents; and $25 for county residents.
College to hold registration for summer through today
Howard Community College will hold walk-in registration for its second summer session through today. Classes will run from tomorrow through Aug. 9.
Elementary school to hold registration Wednesdays
Hollifield Station Elementary School will hold registration from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesdays, through Aug. 21.
Parents must present two proofs of residency, a birth certificate, immunization records and Social Security number.