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A Legacy that Keeps Giving

$1,000 scholarship ensures that Alice ­Murray’s good deeds live on

Alice Murray was a woman of good works: Operator of the South County Emergency Baby Pantry; a voice in the Community Action Agency and the Anne Arundel County Food Bank; volunteer nurse at the flu clinic. She was all these and more.
    “Alice was a dedicated community activist whose main focus in life was devoting her time to people in need of any services,” Owensville Primary Care CEO Sylvia Jennings said. “She was an outstanding human being.”
    Alice died September 3, 2014, at 80 years of age after a year-long battle with ovarian cancer.
    Now her good works live on in the Alice H. Murray Scholarship Fund established by Owensville Primary Care Community Health Center.
    You can follow in her footsteps.
    If you’re a South County resident envisioning a health care career, apply for the $1,000 scholarship to be awarded in her name each year.
    Applications are due April 30. Send an e-mail request for an application to [email protected].