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Bowie food pantry sponsors adopt The pantry provides food and some emergency monetary assistance to area residents who are struggling. Food donations, such as canned vegetables, canned meat, canned fruits and juices are always needed and can be dropped off at Bowie City Hall and at the pantry, which is located in Christian Community Presbyterian Church, at 3120 Belair Drive. exhibited artwork during the fall senior art show from Dec. 4 through 17 at the college. Smith work included experimental mixed media. Bowie resident admitted to Virginia Tech graduate school Bowie resident Bao H. Le was recently admitted to graduate school at Virginia Tech University in Blacksburg, Va. Le is pursuing a Master of Business Administration degree from the Pamplin College of Business. Tasker students inducted into honor society A group of 33 students from Benjamin Tasker Middle School were inducted into the school National Junior Honor Society on Nov. Approximately 100 parents and friends attended the induction ceremony. Bowie High students have artwork on display The classroom artwork of 13 students from Bowie High School is on display through December at The Young Person Art Gallery in the front entrance of Bowie City Hall. Work by the following students who are taught by art teacher Rob Goldman is on display in the gallery: Kalah Young, Chibuike Okafor, Adrienne Scott, Brittany Perry, Jane Rodkey, Ify Nwankwo, Jessica Flake, Alecia Pitts, Danielle Mangum, Julianne Lugmayer, Susannah Betts, Emily Archer and Hannah Dantrassy. In addition, the photography of Tony Hawkins Bowie Artist of the Month for December will be on display at city hall through the end of the month. Hawkins has more than 25 years of experience as a freelance photographer, graphic designer and custom printer. to noon on Saturdays. County high schools partnering with college to promote science Prince George Community College in Largo has partnered with Largo High, Oxon Hill High, Central High School in Capitol Heights and Bladensburg High schools to pilot a program that allows high school students to simultaneously earn both high school and college credits in science. The PGCC College Science Scholars Program College Presence was awarded a five year, $12.4 million grant by the National Science Foundation, known as the Minority Student Pipeline Math and Science Partnership, which aims to increase the number of minority students who go to college and choose STEM majors science, technology, engineering or mathematics. Sixty five students from these four high schools are enrolled this semester in Environmental Biology lecture and Environmental Biology lab to study scientific principles required to understand and evaluate alternatives for current environmental problems. PGCC professors go to the high schools to teach the courses; high school teachers support this initiative by reinforcing the materials taught.