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Business starts teacher appreciation program
FreeState Auto Truck Service has initiated a teacher appreciation program that offers first time free oil changes for county teachers and school faculty members.
The program is designed to thank the teachers in the area for all the hard work they do for the children in the community.
In the six months since the program began, more than 750 free oil changes have been offered to teachers and staff members at seven different county schools.
"I believe the three most important and overlooked professions are police officers, nurses and teachers. I wanted our company to try to say thank you for all their hard work, even if we do it in a small way," said Charlie Kidwell, owner of FreeState Auto Truck. "The response from teachers has been overwhelming and we hope to continue this program to express our gratitude to them."
FreeState plans on expanding the program and adding other schools to the program in the future. The business will offer a free first time oil change to any teacher, nurse or police officer who shows a valid work ID.
FreeState Auto Truck Service is located at 9142 Edgeworth Drive in Capitol Heights. Monique N. Ford, daughter of Patricia M. and Reginald B.
Ford is a 2003 graduate of Frederick Douglass High School in Upper Marlboro.
WAMU wants to replace its old theme song, which is being retired, with music written by a local artist. There is no cash award; the theme will be played every week at the end of the show, along with the composer's name in the credits.
The music must be an instrumental piece with no vocals added. The station asks that the song, which must last for about two minutes, have a "punchy" beginning and a "cold" ending that does not fade out. Entries must be submitted by Feb. 20 and the winning song will be unveiled on the March 5 show.
The Prince George's Philharmonic will present Borodin's Polovetsian Dances this weekend. The performance is the Third Piano Concerto in C Major by Prokofiev and Symphony No. 5 by Jean Sibelius.
There will also be a guest artist pianist, Michael Mizrahi, in the Prokofiev concerto.
This performance will be in the Queen Anne Fine Arts Building's Hallam Theatre on the campus of Prince George's Community College. on Saturday. Tickets are $18 for general admission, $15 for seniors and free for those aged 18 and younger. in the lobby. Prince George's Community College is located at 301 Largo Road in Largo.
For more information, call the Prince George's Philharmonic at 301 454 1462. on Feb. 20.
"He's very upbeat and he gets the whole audience involved," said Chick Catz, regional manager for the community center. Reservations are required by Feb. 15 for this free event. All ages are welcome.
For more information, call 301 627 2828.
One of the county's oldest residents turned 102 last week.
Dr. Andrew Keene Bowie was born in 1902 in Upper Marlboro, where he still resides.
Bowie had a long running medical practice on Capitol Hill. And he and his wife Ethel, who passed away in 1988, raised six children three boys and three girls.
"Can you imagine being 102? And really, mentally, he's in good shape," said Ethel Bowie Cumming of Alexandria, one of Bowie's daughters.
"He loves to talk about the past. He'll tell you all his stories about when the car was just invented . and how in the mornings they all ran to his mother's bedroom to get dressed by the fire."