The Prince George's County Department of Social Services will distribute government surplus food at several sites throughout the county from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday and Sept. 24.
To be eligible, residents must belong to the Public Assistance Program, Food Stamp Program, Medicaid or Energy Assistance.
Food to be distributed includes cheese, butter, dry milk, flour, rice and honey.
Residents whose last names begin with the letters A through L can receive food Wednesday and names that begin with M through Z on Thursday.
For locations, call 422-0400. The hearing impaired may call 779-2179.
Law Office to Be Dedicated
Justice Gabriel Duvall, a Prince George's resident who served on the Supreme Court from 1811 to 1835, will be honored at a ceremony Saturday at his historic home, Marietta.
The ceremony will mark the dedication of his restored law office in the house, at 5626 Bell Station Rd. in Glenn Dale. The ceremony, sponsored by the county executive's office and the county Bicentennial of the Constitution Committee, will open at 2 p.m. with an 18th century color guard. Tours will be given until 4 p.m.
Marietta is now the headquarters for the Prince George's County Historical Society. For more information, call Joyce Rumburg in the county's Office of Community and Ethnic Affairs at 952-4666.
Women's Hall of Fame
The Prince George's County Commission for Women will honor the first five women to be inducted into the county's new Women's Hall of Fame at its 15th anniversary dinner. The festivities, which are sold out, will be held from 6 to 10 p.m. Sunday at the University of Maryland's Center for Adult Education in College Park.
To be considered for the Hall of Fame, women have to have made an outstanding contribution in the county. The five inductees will be announced at the dinner.
Business Trade Show
The Prince George's Chamber of Commerce will kick off its seventh annual Business Trade Show with a reception and luncheon at 11:15 a.m. Wednesday at the Sheraton Hotel in New Carrollton.
The show will start at 1 p.m. with about 3,000 business representatives, according to Chamber of Commerce spokeswoman Kathy Snyder. Tickets for the luncheon are $22.50. For more information on booth space, call 350-7300.
According to Glendening's statement, the Community Development Program has led to the award of 46 contracts to minority businesses, valued at $2.1 million, during the two fiscal years ending in July 1986.END NOTES
Correction A telephone number in last week's notes column for the Prince George's Voluntary Action Center was incorrect. The correct number is 779-9444.