Cheap Cigarettes Online|Marlboro Red 100s Cigarettes with 30 Cartons ($23 per carton)
Bond Mill students get to sample a little international flavor on Wednesday at the school cafeteria, 16001 Sherwood Ave. Rosangel Pena, Bond Mill English for Speakers of Other Languages parent liaison, said parents bring in a food dish from their native culture. She said last year dishes came from India, Mexico, Morocco, America, El Salvador, Dominican Republic and Korea. year had a pretty good turnout, she said. hoping for the same this year. said although it is still pending, Irish dancers and a mariachi band are in the works. For more information, contact Pena at 301 497 3600 Laurel Melonee Clark, was awarded the Award of Excellence in Advocacy by The Arc of Prince George County on Oct. 23. looking at Melonee, she just really personified what an advocate should be at the highest level, said Elizabeth Wilson, Arc communications coordinator. advocates for her daughter, she advocates for family, she teaches families how to advocate not just in the county but in the state. to the press release, The Arc of Prince George County offers a lifetime of support, understanding, and opportunities to people with developmental disabilities and their families. Clark was a graduate of the statewide leadership program Partners in Policymaking, a co chair of The Arc Education Committee, and served on the Board of Education and Prince George County Disability Task Force. just overwhelmed with gratitude that they acknowledge my work with parents to advocate for their children to make a difference not just with their child but with everyone Clark said. Laurel residents are encouraged to participate in an online survey about their take on future growth and development in Maryland. The survey, called Smart Growth Listening Sessions Online, is from the Maryland Department of Planning and the State Task Force on the Future of Growth and Development for the Maryland Municipal League. Web survey will further assist the Task Force in understanding citizen and community leaders priorities and ideas must know how those affected by development feel and consider their recommended solutions, said Task Force Chair Jon M. Laria in a press release. The St. Saturday. Fair Director Martie Nagle said vendors are invited to sell their crafts and baked goods. Participants can purchase spaces for both days for $60 Spaces and tables can be rented for an additional $10. receives grant Laurel was awarded a $607,945 grant from the Department of Justice to replace and update the city radio system. The grant was applied under the Justice Department Community Oriented Policing Services Technology Grant. grant] involves mainly replacing the heart of the system, along with mobiles and portable radios, said Martin Flemion, Emergency Operations director. Flemion said some the current radio equipment is almost 30 years old. on Nov.19 at the General Federation of Women Clubs Laurel, 384 Main St. Officials will be elected for the upcoming year at the meeting. Administrative Coordinator Gail Reinhardt said all positions are open. She also said although the meeting is not open to the public, anyone looking to join board of trade can attend. Reinhardt said the board promote local business in the Laurel area, especially the and pop stores. more information, call Reinhardt at 301 483 0838 or Resident heads Census Bureau media relations Cisneros will be in charge of public affairs and media relations activities supporting the upcoming 2010 Census.