Kline Leasing and Development in Frederick is developing a...

NEWS IN BRIEF

December 17, 1990

Kline Leasing and Development in Frederick is developing a 52-acre industrial park on Hayward Road in Frederick. Governor's Choice Industrial Park will have 23 building lots zoned for offices, warehouses, light assembly and research and development.

Baltimore County Public Library published a new edition of the "Resource Directory for the Small Business Owner in Baltimore County." First National Bank of Maryland paid for the printing costs.

University of Maryland Baltimore County is designing and building a machine for Jiffy Lube International that will process used oil filters for recycling and disposal.

Red Wing Shoe Store relocated from 700 Merritt Blvd. to 1413-B Merritt Blvd. in Dundalk. The store specializes in computer-assisted custom fitting and a service that allows customers to buy left and right shoes in different sizes.

Open for business

Dwayne A. Brown opened a law office at 2518 Maryland Ave. in Baltimore.

Valley Capital Advisors, a company that secures funds and provides consulting services, opened an office at the Atrium in Timonium.

Ripley Consulting Group, an organization development and management consulting and training company, opened an office at 6461 Red Keel Road in Columbia. Digital Equipment Corp. gave Loyola College a computer device that verbalizes text or graphics on the computer screen. The equipment, known as DEC TALK, is valued at $5,000.

Winchester Homes in Bethesda gave 100 tickets to children so they could attend a matinee performance of "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens at Ford Theater.

Signet Bank gave $2,500 to the Child Abuse Prevention Center of Maryland.

Carpet Fair Corp. donated $50,000 to the Children's House at Johns Hopkins, a project of the Grant-A-Wish Foundation.

Harkins Builders is rehabilitating a house in Baltimore for a homeless family, and will pay house operating expenses for three years.

Kudos

Tony Talucci won the best of show award in culinary arts competition

sponsored by the Baltimore chapter of the American Culinary Federation, Central Maryland Chefs and Cooks Association and the Restaurant Association of Maryland. Mr. Talucci is executive chef at La Fontaine Bleu in Baltimore and Truffles, The Catering Company, of Washington.

Mid-Atlantic Country magazine in Alexandria, Va., won a magazine award from the Maryland Office of Tourism Development for its commitment to tourism in Maryland.

Michael D. Sullivan was named to the Apparel Industry Hall of Fame. Mr. Sullivan is president and chief executive officer of Merry-Go-Round Enterprises Inc. in Joppa.

Vander E. Harris received a Fellow Award from the American Institute of Plant Engineers. Mr. Harris is director of physical plant at Morgan State University.

Osborne Incentive Co. and Osborne Communications, divisions of USTravel Systems Inc., won first place in the International Incentive Travel Awards Competition sponsored by the Society of Incentive Travel Executives.

Denise Donohue, director of Computertots of Baltimore, won the Service Excellence Award from the franchiser of computer enrichment classes for children.

Williams E. Williams Jr., an accountant with Stegman & Company's Towson office, attended the national Conference on Banking sponsored by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Dennis Hance won the Occupational Program Instructor Award and Howard Community College's Computer-Aided Design Technology Program won the Distinguished Program Award from the Maryland State Council on Vocational-Technical Education. Mr. Hance is an adjunct faculty professor at Howard Community College.

Christine Fisher, Anne Kuhns and Cindy Martin won Executive Director's Awards from Carroll Haven, a Westminster-based provider of programs and services for mentally retarded adults in Carroll County.

Will Mumford won the Distinguished Service Award from the Maryland Association for Higher Education. Mr. Mumford is chairman of Anne Arundel Community College's Engineering and Technologies division.

Sandra N. Harriman, director of development and Alumni Relations at Howard Community College, was chosen to participate in the Leadership Howard County Program.

Katz, Abosch, Windesheim, Gershman & Freedman, a Baltimore-based accounting firm, won the 1990 Digest 50 Award from CPA Digest.

Avalon Hill Game Company in Baltimore won an award from Macworld magazine for its Legends of the Lost World game.

Gamse Lithographing Co., a Baltimore-based label manufacturer, was named Supplier of the Year by Sonoco Graham Co.

New accounts

RDA Consultants, a Hunt Valley-based computer consulting company, received the following contracts: York, Pa.; Display Arts Studio in New Castle, Del.; Baltimore Stage Lighting; Quaker Lace Co. and Penn Bottle and Supply Co., both of Philadelphia, Pa.

Residential Realty Group Inc. in Baltimore will manage Woodland Village, a development in Howard County.

Cornerstone, a Baltimore-based advertising agency, is representing Benjamin Moore & Co. of Montvale, N.J., a producer of paint and coating products.

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