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Government, Volunteers in the News
The Odenton Heritage Society has partnered with a local research firm to publish an online book profiling those killed in action.
Government, Volunteers in the News, Business
Organizers are close to achieving funding for a health and community center to serve underprivileged residents of Severn
Schools, Volunteers in the News
Ali Ibrahim was named a Carson Scholar for his essay outlining how he is collecting bicycles to donate to people Uganda
The Volunteer Tea Recognition will take place May 23.
Volunteers in the News, Sports
The Arundel Soccer Association will collect the gear for those in Djibouti, located on the Horn of Africa. U.S. soldiers will hand-deliver the equipment.
Volunteers in the News
Four Seasons Elementary led the way with more than $14,000 raised to battle cancer. The Relay for Life takes place Friday night at Old Mill Middle School North.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, Arts
The Anne Arundel County Great Give kicks off Wednesday night. Nonprofits participating including the Arundel Instrumental Music Association
The event will run from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. along Stream Valley Drive.
Volunteers in the News, Business, Graduation
Ray Joyce, a senior at Arundel High, won the first Gambrills Crossroads Scholarship for his interest in small business.
There is a need for a physically fit volunteer to carry groceries to clients' vehicles.
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