State's Attorney's Office - Events and Meetings
April 7, 2018

5th Annual 7k Run/1k Walk to Remember

at Centennial Park

Join with the Howard County State’s Attorney’s Office in celebrating the 5 th Annual 7k Run/1k Walk to Remember on Saturday, April 7, 2018 at Centennial Park.   The run/walk  is presented by the Maryland State’s Attorneys' Association. The race was founded and is organized annually by Howard County Deputy State's Attorney Kim Y. Oldham.

The charity run/walk benefits the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence and kicks-off National Crime Victims' Rights Week, April 8-14, 2018.   The race length (4.3 miles) represents one-k for every day of observance or remembrance. 

 The 7k run starts and finishes at the boat ramp adjacent to the park’s Centennial Lake.   Online registration is open now and closes on Wednesday, April 4 (walk-up registration is available the morning of the race).   Registration for runners (and walkers) is $35.  Register at

Participant packets will be distributed starting at 7:00 a.m. on April 7.   The race begins at 8:00 a.m.   Packets can also be picked up the night before the event—Friday, April 6 from 4 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.—at Road Runner Sports, 6630-C Marie Currie Dr., in Columbia/Elkridge. 


April 8, 2018

Regional Memorial Service for Crime Victims, Their Families and Friends at Long Reach High School

The Howard County State’s Attorney’s Office will host one of Maryland’s regional Memorial Services for Crime Victims and Their Families on Sunday, April 8, 2018 from 2-4 p.m. at Long Reach High School auditorium, 6601 Old Dobbin Lane in Columbia.  It is one of four, statewide memorial services that usher in Maryland Crime Victims’ Rights Week, April 8-14, 2018.  The other services will take place in Calvert, Montgomery and Worcester counties. 

The annual services, co-sponsored by the Maryland State Board of Victim Services, provide an opportunity for the victims of crimes and their families and friends to gather together, along with criminal justice professionals and public officials, to honor and remember Maryland’s murdered and missing crime victims.  A reception immediately follows the memorial service.