Neighborhood news

March 23, 1998

Neighborhood news

FREDERICK, Md. - Real Life 101 gives students at Hood College advice and tips on how to manage credit card debt, buy a car, rent an apartment and shop around for insurance.

The class will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 30 in the Trustee Dining Room in Coblentz Hall on the Hood campus.

Hood alumnae will provide information about their areas of expertise:

* Bonne Kloeblen Hagerman of Frederick, executive director of Hood's academic services and a 1966 graduate, will discuss the basics of budgeting.


* Cindy Kaltenborn Lancaster of Springfield, Va., president of the business development consulting company Lancaster Group Ltd., and a 1990 graduate, will discuss the process of finding and paying for an apartment.

For more information, call the Catherine Filene Shouse Career Center at 1-301-696-3583 or the Office of Alumnae Programs at 1-301-696-3900.

FREDERICK, Md. - Nearly 200 students from Frederick County public middle and high schools, along with adult learners, will participate in the second annual School-to-Careers Conference April 7 at Frederick Community College.

"The conference is designed to provide an up-close look at what the future of careers holds for learners," said Lisa Eye-Mangini, school-to-careers coordinator for Frederick County Public Schools.

More than 45 speakers and exhibitors from the private sector, college faculties and business development agencies will be on hand to provide insight and information.

Breakout sessions include Women in Technology; Employment Resources on the Web; Balancing Home and Work; and Get Your Career in Gear.

School teams will be coordinated and registered by school counselors. Adult registration information can be obtained from Frederick Community College, the Job Training Agency, Adult Education/Evening High School, Workforce Development Center and Hood College.

For more information, call Mangini at 1-301-846-2278 or Sandy Cavalier at 1-301-846-2483.

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - An evening hunter/jumper horse show will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, April 3 on the campus of Wilson College.

There will be beginner rider, novice equitation, baby green hunter, hunter pleasure, green hunter, open hunt seat equitation, low hunter and jumper divisions.

Sally Dohner will judge the event.

The show will also include indoor schooling and showing areas. The cost of each class is $5. Show rules will be available upon arrival.

For more information, call Jackie Umberger at 1-717-262-2005.

FREDERICK, Md. - At 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 31, the Frederick barracks of the Maryland State Police will hold a barrack advisory council meeting at the Walkersville, Md., Town Hall.

The council is comprised of representatives from Frederick County law enforcement agencies, local government officials, civic organizations, clergy and the public.

The purpose of the forum is to brainstorm about issues, find solutions and identify resources to help solve community-based problems. The group will discuss crime, traffic hazards and other issues that affect the quality of life for Frederick County citizens.

The meeting is open to the public.

For more information, call the Frederick barracks at 1-301-663-3101.

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