JOHNS HOPKINSHome Builders give to children's...


September 30, 1990


Home Builders give to children's center

Members of the Home Builders Association of Maryland have donated $1,000 to the Johns Hopkins Children's Oncology Center last week from funds raised during a golf and tennis outing sponsored by the members.

RTC Spanning three golf courses, the annual outing was the largest sporting event sponsored by the association.

This year marked the first year that proceeds from the outing were raised for charity.

The Home Builders Association of Maryland is a not-for-profit organization that provides governmental relations and educational opportunities. The organization generally functions as the housing industry's advocate in the state.


Leader to address joint urban rebuilding

Paul C. Brophy, president of the Enterprise Foundation, will be guest speaker for the third in a series of lectures entitled "The Neighborhood and the City," at 8 p.m. Nov. 7 at the 525 W. Redwood St. auditorium at the downtown campus of the University of Maryland.

Mr. Brophy's lecture will focus on opportunities for a public-private partnership in rebuilding urban areas.

The lecture is free and open to the public.

Mr. Brophy has been with the Enterprise Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization that builds housing for the poor, since 1986.



'Pro's Guide to Radon' available for free

A new publication, "Real Estate Professionals Guide to Radon," is available free of charge from Boswell Building Surveys Inc. in Baltimore.

The brochure provides answers to consumer questions about radon and radon testing procedures. It addresses such topics as: What is radon? Is radon a problem in the state? How does radon get into houses? Do old houses have more radon than new ones? How much does radon remediation cost?

Boswell Building Surveys has been designated by the Environmental Protection Agency as a primary laboratory for radon testing.

To obtain a copy of the brochure, write to Boswell Building Surveys Inc., 6201 Falls Road, Baltimore, Md. 21209, or call 337-0600.

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