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Annapolis Sunday Capital (Newspaper) - June 2, 2013, Annapolis, Maryland capltalgazettexomg>unòag QIapttal JUNE 2, 2013A Capitai-Gazette Newspaper ® — Annapolis, MD $1.50 Maritime tech firm eyes City Dock All-County Girls Lacrosse Team BUSINESS/C4 SPORTS/ftl MwrawamiiKtd One image slio Amarlcans lor on the grass o4 Fi^y Day; in anotiiei: pl|>to, obviously staged, i|irses attend to a smiUngl:, patient dressed in a coat and tie. Other snapshots show an adult chained to a wall, a child with her frail arms strapped to a chair, men crammed into a windowiess dmrm room. This was Ufé at what became known as CrownsviUe State Hosp^, now 4 group oí buildings boarded up and crumbling off Qeimrdls Highway. ^Neither the state nor the cormty seem to want any part of the old asylum. But local historians Paid Lurz and Jadi^ Hikyea’.WUliilHP are on a mim^i to keep its story alive. |iiftosii^reef(^iutoa8tata^^^ bamucracy iaihmt on imcoHító ha^’l them. They plan to Atione 30 pérnent of the oatients Pnlietiis buHt caSkets to buty g vtrs*. ■ wbo lived mott in its cemetery^ (Sm tkagi^ 'i^iie*- fa aeni dr a seeiiia m mmmm 103 patients were subjected to insulin sbock treatments in ‘ ^ an effort to cure ^ their epilepsy, 33 lobotomies % were performed on what doctors called “the feebientinded." Even as late )} as 1963 children were being '    - injected with hepatitis. Capital file ptiotc BY TOM MARQUARDT / SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Free cataract screening from Anne Arundel Eye Center, COUPON / A7 GET YOUR COUPONS: As much as $235 worth of money-saving coupons in todays paper. Neuman to dole out $3M in grants around casino New program targets 3-mile radius around Maryland Live! By ALLISON BOURG [email protected] .com County Executive Laura Neuman will get $3 million to hand out in grants to community organizations within three miles of the Maryland Live! casino under the budget proposal set to be approved Tuesday by the County Council. The first item on her agenda: Money for the Severn Health and Community Center, a project that has been in the works for more than two decades. The center is on track to get $1.9 million in casino funds, and $500,000 of that money will come from the grant program. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2015. “It’s very important to the community to have that health center,” Neuman said. The county is projected to get $20 million in revenue in 2014 from the casino at Arundel Mills mall, which opened a year ago. (See GRANTS, Page All) Different approaches, same result Two Kent Island seniors graduate with perfect attendance By TIM PRATT [email protected] Growing up, Jayla Thompson and Tyler McClain were polar opposites. There were days Thompson didn’t want to go to school. In fact, there were a lot of those days, the 18-year-old Stevensville resident admitted. McClain, on the other hand, never even thought about staying home. The 17-year-old, also from Stevensville, just got up and went. In the end, the Kent Island High School seniors accomplished the same feat: Perfect attendance from kindergarten through 12th grade. The teens are the only two seniors graduating from Queen Anne’s County Public Schools this spring to achieve perfect attendance. (See PERFECT, Page All) SUNDAY'S WEATHER 89 70 HIGH LOW MOSLTY SUNNY Monday: Storms. C2 LIFESTYLE SINGING THE BLUES: Whiskey’s closing leaves teen bands without a venue. D1 Four sections, 40 pages Arundel Report..............Cl Business.......................C4 Calendar .......................D2 GRADUATION COVERAGE Go to for special high school graduation coverage, including slideshows from all of the areas commencement ceremonies. When viewing slideshow^, you can purchase photos by clicking the “Buy this photo” button. 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