Harbor City Unlimited, a community rehabilitation program...


November 26, 1990

Harbor City Unlimited, a community rehabilitation program for people with mental illness, moved to 1 N. Carey St. in Baltimore from its temporary location at the Walter P. Carter Center. Harbor City Unlimited is operated by the University of Maryland Medical Center's Department of Psychiatry.

Kline Leasing & Development in Frederick is developing the Governor's Choice Industrial Park on Hayward Road in Frederick. The 52-acre lot is zoned for office, warehouse, light assembly and research and development uses.

Mail Marketing Systems in Savage is expanding its shared direct-mail program from Maryland and Virginia to also include Delaware, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Open for business

Interior Concepts Inc., an Annapolis-based interior design firm, is opening a retail store at 188 Main St. in Annapolis.

Emerging Lifestyles Inc. opened a geriatric consulting firm at 5659-C Harpers Farm Road in Columbia. Lu Marletta is president and founder.

New accounts

Nevins & Associates and Maleson Advertising are jointly representing Babar Children's Perfume.

Abramson Associates Inc. in Washington is providing public relations and marketing services for Southeastern University, the Pavilion at the Old Post Office, the Air Rights Center in Bethesda, and Boogies Diner, which is scheduled to open this week in Georgetown.

Gray Kirk & Evans, a Baltimore-based advertising agency, received an additional $6 million in business from Choice Hotels International Inc. in Silver Spring. The additional billings come from Choice's recent acquisition of the Rodeway, Econo Lodge and Friendship Hotel chains.

Fast & Associates Inc., a Columbia-based advertising agency, was hired by Health Innovations to develop a logo and package design for Dietmate by LifeSign, a pocket computer that helps manage weight loss.

The Planners Inc., a financial services company in Columbia, is providing mortgage services to H. Beck Inc. in Bethesda.

Public service

PACE Membership Warehouse Inc. gave $5,000 to the Fund for Educational Excellence, which provides services for Baltimore public schools.

Prince George's Chamber of Commerce Foundation Inc. in Lanham established an endowment of $200,000 for the University of Maryland System and $100,000 for Prince George's Community College.

Mercy High School appointed the following to the Board of Trustees: Mary Fidelis Barragan, Pastoral Care department for Mercy Medical Inc. in Daphne, Ala.; Dr. Douglas S. MacDonald, president of American College Consulting; Dr. Maurice C. Taylor, an attorney with Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger & Hollander; and Sylvia A. Joseph, a retired window designer.

Madeline Wheeler Grant was named executive director of the board of directors for the Edgewood Multipurpose Youth Center.

Joseph Meyerhoff Fund and the William G. Baker Jr. Memorial Fund each gave $5,000 to Magic Me, a Baltimore-based non-profit organization that helps troubled middle school students by involving them in community service.

Jerry O. Pittman, executive director of Progressive Horizons, was named to the Maryland Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities and the State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners.

Signet Bank gave a $250,000 line of credit to the Baltimore Corporation for Housing Partnerships to provide low-cost housing. Signet also pledged $50,000 to the Baltimore Zoo's capital campaign.


David Ferbert won an achievement award from Western Auto, a Kansas City, Mo.-based retail chain. Mr. Ferbert is an employee at the Western Auto store at 3925 Erdman Ave. in Baltimore.

Linda Pavlosky earned a $1,000 scholarship from Chick-fil-A, a fast-food restaurant chain. Ms. Pavlosky attends Towson State University and works at the Eastpoint Mall Chick-fil-A.

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