Architectural Color Consultants, formerly known as Color...


March 11, 1991

Architectural Color Consultants, formerly known as Color Tech Co., has moved its office to Severna Park.

Maleson Advertising created a new division within the agency, Maleson Corporate, which will provide marketing services such as direct mail, collateral trade show displays, telemarketing, as well as traditional trade advertising.

Coakley Williams Inc., announced the formation of Technical Advisory Group (TAG), which provides a variety of consulting engineering and realty advisory services. Charles R. Perella, an architectural engineer, has been hired as director of TAG.

Dundalk Community College, announced that Debra J. Tervala, a former business attorney for Whiteford, Taylor and Preston has become a full-time instructor in the Paralegal Studies Program at

the college.

Greta Brand, manager of health education at the Columbia-FreeState Health Systems, has been selected to host a new health-oriented talk show on WYST-AM 1010. "Health News" will air Sundays at 10 a.m.

Public service

Corporate Volunteer Council of Central Maryland is sponsoring the refurbishing of The Children's Guild. More than 100 volunteers from corporations around Central Maryland will landscape the school's playground and paint its interior on March 23.

Meridian Health Care has contributed $2,000 for each of the next two years

to Magic Me. This gift will enable Batimore public school students to continue volunteering each week at local nursing homes.

Citibank of Maryland has provided a $20,000 grant to Magic Me.

Choice Hotel International will donate $5 to the Choice Yellow Ribbon Fund for every hotel reservation made until March 31. The American Red Cross will use the money to provide humanitarian relief to U.S. troops and their families. More than 2,100 Choice hotels nationwide will participate.

Amoco Corp. donated a Xerox 1730 printer to Baltimore Jobs in Energy Project Inc. It also has recently awarded BJEP a $5,000 grant.

Morris A. Mechanic Foundation Inc., donated $1,000 to The Event Inc., a non-profit fund-raising organization to benefit the homeless.

Executive Women's Network presented Maryland New Directions with $1,000. The grant will be used to provide scholarships for women returning to the work force or for women who are in a career transition.

The Maryland state employees and retirees contributed to the 1990 United Charities Campaign (UCC) marked a record $2,612,722.


Sandra Lare, director of corporate relocation for Toll Brothers Inc., recently earned the Certified Relocation Professional designation, the highest level of achievement awarded by the Employee Relocation Council.

Lisa P. Smith, a Villa Julie College student, has received a scholarship in accounting from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

George B. Harvey, chairman and chief executive of Pitney Bowes Inc., was named the 1991 Business Leader of the Year by Loyola College's Sellinger School of Business and Management.

Dr. Gene Strull, a Westinghouse executive and a resident of Pikesville, was presented with the 1991 Frederick Philips Award by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The award consists of a gold medal, certificate and a check for $2,000.

Jim Selinski, industrial supply specialist for Sales Consultants of Timonium, was named Account Executive of the Year.

Kim Macneal Arrogancia, customer service manager for Carney, has been named employee of the month for January by Admiral Envelope & Printing Co.

Marc Pamfilis of Titan Inc. in Baltimore, John Speights of CAM Construction Co. in Timonium; and Rick McGlaughlin of Ric Mac & Associates in Silver Spring have been given honorable mention in the Great American Facades Competition sponsored by the )) American Architectural Manufacturers Association.

George J. Bachrach, a partner at Baltimore's Whiteford, Taylor & Preston law firm, has received the American Bar Association's Fidelity and Surety Private Pracitioner of the Year award for 1990.

George Wacker of Davidsonville has received a Presidential Rank Award for meritorious service from the David Taylor Research Center in Annapolis, where he is an associate technical director and head of ship materials engineering department.

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