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Group plans National Night Out activities for District 2 An Upper Marlboro community group is inviting local residents to its National Night Out events Tuesday. National Night Out is a nationwide event meant to foster interaction between law enforcement officials and residents and encourage residents to become involved in building safer communities. CSA 23 events will include music and a moon bounce. The event is being sponsored by the CSA 23 Leadership Council, District 2, of the Prince George County Police Department, NAI Michael Management Company and the owners of the Marlborough Village Shopping Center, where the event will be held. Kettering Civic Federation asks for donations for scholarships The Kettering Civic Federation Education/Scholarship Committee, which awards scholarships annually to college bound students in the Kettering community, is asking for financial donations to help fund the scholarships because of limited funding available this year. Box 4056, Upper Marlboro, MD 20775. Katrina Bello of Mitchellville was named to the Berklee College of Music dean list for the 2009 spring semester. Part time students named to the dean list at the Boston school must earn at least a 3.6 grade point average, and full time students must earn at least a 3.4 GPA. Soldier with Largo ties graduates from basic training Army Pvt. Blake M. During the nine weeks of training, Peterson studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training. Peterson is the son of Denise Peterson Brown of Laurel and a 2007 graduate of Laurel High School. Area teens complete public safety program Ravin Sanders and Tiara Gaines Still, both 16 and of Upper Marlboro, and Malik Stewart, 15, of Bowie were among 25 area teens who participated in the Prince George County Public Safety Explorers Program, which began last fall and concluded June 27. Explorer programs run by the Prince George County Fire/EMS Department and the county office of homeland security allow students to develop real world skills while learning whether the field is their dream job or not for them. Instruction topics included leadership, being a role model, community service and first aid techniques. Fire department explorers met twice each month from September through June; homeland security explorers meet year round. The program is for county high school students and other youth ages 14 to 20. The fire department explorer program completed its fifth year, and the homeland security office offered the explorer program for the first time. The two groups are separate, but planned joint events throughout the course, like CPR, first aid and career discussions. The programs encourage youth to continue their education and go to college. Saturday at the AMC MJ Capital Center 12 movie theater at 800 Shoppers Way in Largo. Autism, a neurodevelopmental disability, affects a person ability to communicate and interact with other people. Autism is often accompanied by sensory challenges like hypersensitivity to light or sound, and children or adults affected by autism may not understand the movie theater etiquette, like sitting still or not talking during a film. To provide a comfortable setting for children with autism or other special needs, the movie theater will leave on the lights and lower the volume. Families are permitted to bring gluten free and casein free snacks. No previews or advertisements will be shown before the movie, and audience members can stand up, dance, walk, shout or sing during the film. Tickets can be purchased at the door. Wiz will be shown outside Friday and the Giants will be shown outside on Aug. 7 at Reid Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church at 11400 Glenn Dale Blvd. in Glenn Dale. Families should bring their own lawn chairs. Hotdogs, popcorn, sodas and other snacks are available for purchase. Proceeds will benefit the Reid Temple Christian Academy programs.