A very big congratulations to Savage's own Susan Garber. Susan was surprised to find out that the Savage Community submitted her name to President Obama for her volunteer service to the Savage community.
Susan has dedicated over 4,000 hours and received the President's Lifetime Achievement Award for lifelong commitment to building a stronger nation through volunteer service. Susan has served many positions in our community.
Recently, she served several years as Savage Association Board Chairwoman. She received a plaque and pin. What a wonderful asset to our community and Howard County as a whole. Congratulations, Susan. The award was presented at Savage Fest. Savage Fest was a huge hit this year with a lot of food, fun and music.
Reservoir High School has opened up its Summer Camp registration. The camps are open to a variety of ages from second grade to pre-high school. Most of the camps are for sports such as; football, field hockey, soccer, volleyball lacrosse, basketball, softball, baseball and softball. There is also some art and photography classes.
Money earned goes to support their booster program. Camp is starting now through the beginning of August and runs for a week. For more information on the camps and to register, go to camps.rhsboosters.com/.
Resurrection of Our Lord Catholic Church will hold its Vacation Bible School July 27 through 31. The theme will be Everest. There will be fun, food, song and prayer starting at 10 a.m. through 1 p.m. The church's address is 8402 Brock Bridge Road. For more information, call 410-792-7982. Registration forms can be found at http://www.roollaurel.org on the Faith Formation page.
No child should go hungry ever. Howard County Public Schools are offering free lunches through July 31 every day at Bollman Bridge Elementary School. There is no need to apply for the program. All children ages 3 to 18 are welcome. Just show up at the school 12:45 to 1:45 p.m. The school is at 8200 Savage-Guilford Road in Jessup. For more information, call food services at 410-313-6736.
Murray Hill Middle School's Spring Orchestra Concert was a wonderful concert, but they also decided to use it to raise awareness of homelessness in Howard County. That night they collected change and sold refreshments to raise $432 to support Grassroots. It is great to see our students stepping up to make a difference.
Gorman Crossing will hold a Gator Gathering for new kindergarten students and their families on August. 12 at the playground at 4 p.m. Mark your calendars now.
Hammond Elementary collected over 100 cans of peanut butter and jelly for the Laurel Advocacy and Referral Services. Way to go!
Happy 4th of July to everyone. Be safe and enjoy.