MSP seeks applicants for explorer program
CENTREVILLE — Over the last several years, the Maryland State Police has supported an explorer program for youth who are considering a career in law enforcement. “Exploring” is a part of the Learning for Life program founded through the Boys Scouts of America. This career education program welcomes young men and women between the ages of 14 through 20 who meet the eligibility requirements.
Interested applicants are invited to attend a two-hour orientation session at the Maryland State Police Centreville Barrack, 311 Safety Drive, Centreville. The session will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 18. Successful applicants must have a minimum high school cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (to be maintained), parent or guardian signed permission and no prior convictions of criminal or serious traffic offenses. Applicants will also undergo a thorough background review to assess character and integrity.
Explorers are expected to keep their body weight in propFor questions or to RSVP to the required orientation, email email@example.com or contact Cpl. Travis Nelson, 410-758-1101.
Sunbathing, rolling in the grass, belly rubs and repeat, this is what you will find when you meet our mellow girl Molly, a 4-year-old female beagle. Molly entered the shelter as a stray and is now on the hunt for her ideal home. This full-figured lady enjoys people. She likes short walks and spending time outside where she can enjoy nature and rolling in the grass. In the home, she will be content just being a part of the family; she does have a moderate playful side. Molly interacts well with other dogs, cats and children. To meet Molly or any of the adoptable animals at Animal Welfare League of Queen Anne’s County, stop by the shelter from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, 410827-7178 or visit on the web at www.awlqac.org.