Grant Awarded

The Governor's Neighborhood Crime and Substance Abuse Prevention Grants Program awarded $850 to the Bowie-Crofton Business and Professional Women's Club's Choices and Challenges programs.

Goals of the Choices program for girls and the Challenges program for boys include the prevention and reduction of youth involvement in crime, alcohol and substance abuse.

The programs meet from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on the second Monday of each month at the Huntington Community Center in Bowie. Program meetings are free of charge and parents are welcome to attend. For more information, call Ms. Ross at 301-262-4155 or Ms. Brown at 301-464-3725.

Chamber Moves

The Prince George's Chamber of Commerce moved last week from its second floor suite at 4601 Presidents Dr. in Lanham to Suite 150 on the first floor of the same building. The phone number will remain the same. For membership or event information, call 301-731-5000.

Contracts

Biscayne Contractors Inc., of Forestville, won a $418,632 contract from the Postal Service for research and development.

Gray Graphics Co., of Capitol Heights, won a $318,294 contract from the Government Printing Office for publication services.

J and K Contracting Inc., of Bowie, won a $155,000 contract from the Marine Corps for property maintenance and repair services.

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