R.E. Michel Co. Inc., a Glen Burnie-based distributor of heating and cooling supplies, was host to 21 plumbing and sanitary pipe distributors from Western Europe on Oct. 17.
Mulligan/Griffin and Associates Inc., a land development company, and Mulligan/Griffin Property Managers Inc. are relocating to 15204 Omega Drive, Suite 100, in Rockville.
Westland Printers Inc. in Burtonsville received a $3.19 million revenue bond from the Maryland Energy Financing Administration to install energy-saving equipment and make building improvements. The company plant is located at 15421 Old Columbia Pike.
Acadia, a manufacturer of replacement windows and doors, moved to the Pulaski Commerce Park at Pulaski Highway and Middle River.
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American Wild Bird Co. opened a store in Frederick at 45-L Waverly Drive. John Haley is the store manager.
Pic 'N Pay, a self-select shoe store, opened at 2113 E. Monument St. in Baltimore.
Sarah Pick Associates, a Columbia-based public relations and marketing firm, is representing ErgoSoft Inc., a computer software design and consulting company in Columbia, and Computer Solutions Inc., a computer hardware and development company in Columbia.
Fast & Associates Inc., a Columbia-based advertising agency, is developing a print advertising campaign for Maryland Environmental, a provider of residential and commercial heating and air conditioning systems.
Sass & Associates, an Annapolis-based advertising and marketing firm, is representing Nutmeg Mills, a clothing manufacturer in Tampa, Fla.
Matheson, Walters & Associates, a graphic design firm in Baltimore, is designing a brochure for Lion Brothers Co., a maker of embroidery emblems, and an advertising campaign for the Terminal Corp., a warehouse and distribution company.
North Arundel Hospital received $24,018 from a golf tournament held at Turf Valley Country Club in Ellicott City. The funds will be used to purchase medical equipment.
Hardee's Food Systems gave $5,000 to Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Central Maryland.
The Enterprise Foundation, a Columbia-based charitable organization that develops affordable housing for the poor, named the following to the board of directors: Susan Garrett Baker, chairman of the National Alliance to End Homelessness; Yvonne Brathwaite Burke, former U.S. representative and member of the California assembly; Henry Cisneros, former mayor of San Antonio; and Karen Hastie Williams, former administrator of Federal Procurement Policy and chief counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on the Budget.
United Way of Central Maryland donated funds earmarked for its mid-campaign report event to the Red
Cross disaster relief fund to help victims of the tornado that hit areas of Glyndon and Reisterstown on Oct. 18. By canceling the event, the United Way was able to raise $3,000. An additional $2,000 was donated by Crown Central Petroleum Corp., whose chairman and chief executive officer, Henry A. Rosenberg Jr., is chairing this year's United Way of Central Maryland campaign.
Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation named the following to the board of trustees: Gerry Leiper Brewster, assistant county attorney for Baltimore County; H. King Corbett, vice president of First National Bank of Maryland; Dr. A. Hamid Ghiladi, attending physician at Saint Joseph Hospital; Sister Anne Patrice Hefner, resident in health-care ministry at Saint Joseph Hosital; James W. Jeffcoat, president of Constellation Health Services Inc. and treasurer of Constellation Holdings Inc.; Dr. Richard J. Otenasek Jr., chief of neurology surgery at St. Joseph Hospital; B. Wayne Resnick, first vice president of Martin's Caterers; and Kirby C. Smith, investment banker and principal in the public finance department for Alex. Brown & Sons Inc. Signet Bank donated $3,000 to Genesis Jobs Inc., a non-profit employment network.