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NEWS IN BRIEF

January 07, 1991

New positions

Keystone Environmental Resources Inc. relocated its Baltimore office to 8600 La Salle Road, Suite 502, in Towson.

American Mortgage Banking, based in Westbury, N.Y., bought GE Capital Mortgage Services, a network of wholesaling and portfolio servicing operations, that has a branch office in Rockville.

Roland Park Place, a continuing-care retirement community in Baltimore, was accredited by the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission, a national accrediting agency sponsored by the American Association of Homes for the Aging.

Office of Unemployment Insurance in Frederick is opening one hour earlier, 7 a.m., through Feb. 2 for the handle the post-holiday peak period of unemployment.

Open for business

Choice Hotels International, a franchised hotel chain based in Silver Spring, is opening a reservations center in Minot, N.D.

Public service

Associated Roofing Contractors of Maryland Inc. is holding a golf tournament June 3 at the Wakefield Valley Golf Club in Westminster to raise funds for the United Way of Central Maryland. Call 931-8105 for information.

Gray Kirk & Evans, a Baltimore-based communications agency, donated creative services to PATH, People Aiding Travelers and the Homeless. Billboards, direct mail and print advertisements are being designed for a campaign that promotes hiring the homeless.

Kudos

University of Maryland at Baltimore won an award of excellence from the American Institute of Plant Engineers for cutting $290,000 in energy costs during the 1988-1989 fiscal year.

Gail Ulatowski, Doug Galloway and David Hu, employees of English Realty of Ocean Pines, graduated from a real estate training program conducted by Floyd Wickman.

Veronica Bland won a customer service award from Rite Aid Corp. Ms. Bland is a cashier at a Rite Aid drugstore on Liberty Road.

Eugene Harris, of Century 21 Diana Realty Inc., was named a

graduate of the Realtors Institute.

Dr. Mary Betty Stevens received a Distinguished Rheumatologist Award from the American College of Rheumatology. Dr. Stevens is director of rheumatology at Good Samaritan Hospital in North Baltimore.

WIYY Radio, 98-Rock in Baltimore, recently won these awards: Russ Mottla, program director, was named Radio MVP of the Year by Album Network; Mr. Mottla was also named Most Influential Programmer of the Year by Friday Morning Quarterback; the radio station was a runner-up for Rock Radio Station of the Year designation by Album Network; and was nominated for Major Market Rock Radio Station of the Year by Billboard magazine.

United Parcel Service in Baltimore honored these employees for their company service: James Sterling and Robert Spicer for 25 years; Lawrence Rosebrough, Gene Kuhn, John Loritz, William Austin, Brett Scheibe, Wilbur Miller, John Lewis, Gary Lanier, Jeffrey Cash, Earl Bosley and John Cunningham for 20 years.

Whitmore Printing in Annapolis won seven awards from the Printing Industries of Maryland and Southern Pennsylvania.

Zoe Lee Lewis won first place in a plat competition held by the Maryland Society of Surveyors. Ms. Lewis is a technician for McCrone Inc. in Leonardtown.

Jeffrey Baeuerlein was appointed to

the membership committee of the National Exchange Club of Harford County. Mr. Baeuerlein is a shareholder with Katz, Abosch, Windesheim, Gershman & Freedman, a Baltimore-based accounting and consulting firm.

Thomas C. Ries was elected to a fellowship in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Mr. Ries is a member of the Baltimore law firm, Rosenthal, Kaufman and Ries.

Signet Bank received the Baltimore Corporation for Housing Partnership's Partners in Commitment Award for helping provide affordable housing. The bank recently provided BCHP with its first unsecured line of credit for $250,000.

Maura Dunne, a Loyola College student, received a $1,500 scholarship from Cellular One Co. to support her London internship at Paragon, a public relations agency. Catonsville Community College is offering these courses: Principles in Production and Inventory Control, Jan. 17-March 7; Principles of Effective Business Writing, Jan. 22-31 and April xTC 4-25; Materials Requirement Planning, Jan. 28-March 4; Master Planning, Jan. 29-March 5; Methods of Inventory Control, Jan. 31-March 7; Promoting Your Small Business, Feb. 2-20; Specifics of Selling Techniques, April 6-13; Supervisory Fundamentals -- Communications, March 5-12; and Management Skills for Mid-Managers, April 5-19. For information, call 455-4318.

University of Maryland University College Center for Professional Development is offering these courses: Inside the Real World of Publishing, Jan. 19; LSAT Workshop, Jan. 26-Feb. 2; Leadership Development Program, Jan. 27-Feb. 1; and How to Become a Screenwriter, Feb. 2.

New accounts

Eisner & Associates, a Baltimore-based advertising and communications firm, won the advertising account for Spa Lady, worth $1.5 million.

Adler-Schwartz, a design and corporate communications firm in Timonium, is designing materials for a Claude Monet exhibition opening in October at The Baltimore Museum of Art.

ABCDesign, a division of Aloysius Butler & Clark in Wilmington, Del., is representing Bloom Associates Ltd., St. Francis Hospital and United Way of Delaware.

CMG Health in Owings Mills is providing mental health and chemical dependency services to George Washington University Health Plan and Southern Health Services.

CADO Systems of Maryland, an Owings Mills-based provider of computer services, won a maintenance contract for the 350 Maryland health-care providers that subscribe to LifeCard Provider Network System.

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