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Home Local Maryland Government Announcement Originally published March 10, 2010

LT. GOVERNOR BROWN TO VISIT SAMUEL CHASE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, TOUT EFFORTS TO END CHILDHOOD HUNGER



 

ANNAPOLIS, MD (March 5, 2010) – Monday morning, Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown will join fifth graders at Samuel Chase Elementary School for breakfast to celebrate National School Breakfast Week. Samuel Chase Elementary is one of nearly 200 Maryland schools that participate in Maryland’s Meals for Achievement Program. After breakfast, Brown will hold a press conference in the school’s library to highlight efforts Governor O’Malley is leading to end childhood hunger in Maryland.

 

 

WHO:                         Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown

                                    Lawrence Fryer, Jr., Chief Operating Officer of Prince George’s County Public Schools

                                    Rosemary King Johnston, Executive Director of Governor’s Officer for Children

                                    Marie Jackson, Principal of Samuel Chase Elementary School

 

WHAT:                      Lt. Governor Brown to Visit Fifth Graders at Samuel Chase Elementary School to Celebrate National School Breakfast Week and Tout Efforts to End Childhood Hunger in Maryland

 

WHERE:                   Samuel Chase Elementary School

5700 Fisher Road, Temple Hills, MD  20748

                       

WHEN:                     Monday, March 8, 2010, 8:45 AM

 

 

(NOTE: Breakfast is served in the classroom beginning at 8:55 AM. Media is invited to visit the classroom to shoot b-roll only. The press conference will begin at approximately 9:15 AM in the school library.)