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Regional ledger

November 19, 1990

NEW ANIMAL HOSPITAL OPENS IN ARNOLD

The Bay Hills Animal Hospital has opened its doors at 1292 Bay Dale Drive in Arnold.

The hospital is a state-of-the-art facility offering complete medical and surgical care for birds, cats and dogs. The newest technology in ECG's, x-rays, and critical care are some of the services available at the new facility, headed by attending veterinarian Stephen P. Romero DVM.

Romero, who is experienced in internal medicine and surgery, recently left a multi-doctor animal shock trauma center in Baltimore.

For information, or to arrange a tour, call the hospital. Information: 757-1169.

MANAGEMENT COURSES OFFERED AT AACC

The Greater Annapolis Chamber of Commerce is working with Anne Arundel Community College to offer workshops to enhance businesses from 6:30-9:30 p.m. on Dec. 3 & 10 at the college's Arnold campus.

"Managing People," teaches managers to assess their management style and leadership powers in an overview of principles and techniques. Participants will learn how to understand the types and styles of leadership and learn the strategies necessary to becoming an effective manager.

The cost is $25 per person. Information: 268-7676.

FINANCIAL PLANNING FIRM OPENS IN ARUNDEL

Chesapeake Financial Planning and Tax Services Inc., officially opened its doors on November 5th, providing financial and tax planning for individuals and small business owners.

The firm consists of Norma E. Finkner, David A. Croney, Stephen I.

James, and Robert F. Hines, all veterans of the financial planning and tax service markets.

All six areas of financial planning, cash flow, protection planning, investing, tax analysis, retirement planning and estate planning are reviewed in a full comprehensive analysis by the firm, which offers increased emphasis on certain areas at a clients request.

The offices of Chesapeake are located at College Parkway Office Center, 588 Bellerive Drive, Suit 1-C, in Annapolis. Appointments can be scheduled for a confidential, no obligation consultation. Information: 974-0410.

AACC COURSES TAKE STUDENTS TO ENGLAND

Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) will sharpen its focus on student exchanges with two business-oriented courses; one in computer program design and the other in international hospitality management.

Introduction to Computer Program Design and Logic, a three-credit course, will be team taught in England and Arnold. Instructors are faculty members from Northbrook College in West Sussex and AACC. Local students and faculty will travel to England on Jan. 5-19, and Northbrook students will visit AACC next March.

While in England, travelers will attend class with their British counterparts for a week, go on side trips and stay overnight with a Northbrook student or faculty member.

The second credit/non-credit course, International Hospitality Management, will examine British hospitality, look at the basics of British catering and peek behind the scenes of such famous British place as the Ritz in London. This course takes place from Jan. 5-14, and hospitality travelers stay at the homes of British students. Students will attend lectures and demonstrations at the Catering School of Northbrook College and take field trips to hotels, restaurants and markets.

The cost of each course is about $800 plus tuition. The price includes airfare, some meals and home-stay expenses. Space is limited. Program Design and Logic Information: 541-2442. International Hospitality Management Information: 541-2550. General Information: 541-2743.

VIDEO RENTALS FOR HOSPITALIZED CHILDREN

The Channel 3 Connection video tape outlet in Glen Burnie recently arranged to bring some cheer to young patient's lives at North Arundel Hospital's Pediatric Unit.

The video rental store will lend tapes to the unit to help the hospital's younger patient's recuperation time go by a little happier. The hospital will pick up childrens and adolescent tapes at no charge from the store.

HUNTING, FISHING STORE OPEN IN CROFTON

DJ's Hunting and Fishing Center recently opened in the Crofton Route Three Center in Crofton.

The store offers the area's largest selection of archery supplies, fishing tackle, live bait, video rentals, black powder equipment, ammunition, firearms and a assortment of hunting supplies and clothing.

The proprietors, Duane Stewart and John Albero, long-time residents and avid outdoor enthusiasts, provide free, honest advice, and have developed a following, making the store a focus of fellow sportsmen.

Information: 261-3474.

GIFTS FOR SMOKER WHO WANTS TO QUIT

The American Lung Association of Maryland is offering Freedom From Smoking (FFS) gift ideas to help every smoker who wants to quit for good.

"In Control", a home video FFS program, is an easy-to-use, modern way to quit smoking without leaving the privacy and comfort of your own home.

The two-hour cassette comes with a 124-page viewer's guide, and an audio cassette featuring relaxation techniques. The cost of the package is $59.95, plus $2.00 shipping and handling.

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