Software Associates Inc., a computer software consulting...

NEWS IN BRIEF

March 18, 1991

Software Associates Inc., a computer software consulting company in Linthicum, formed a Micro Computer Division to provide marketing and support services for its micro-computer medical software package. Stewart Rawle heads the new division.

Anne Arundel Trade Council formed a reciprocal membership agreement with the Federation of Sussex Industries & Chamber of Commerce in Sussex, England, to foster international trade.

World Trade Institute in Baltimore hosted a delegation of 17 Soviet businessmen from the coal-mining industry. The Soviets came to the U.S. to establish ties with American businesses and educational communities and to explore financial agreements.

United Cable of Baltimore changed its name to United Artists Cable Systems Corp. as a result of its merger with United Artists Cable Systems Corp.

Kudos

Katz, Abosch, Windesheim, Gershman & Freedman, P.A., a Baltimore-based public accounting and consulting firm, is celebrating its 21st anniversary. Katz accountant Claudia Wolter has been appointed to the Towson State University Accounting Advisory Board.

Carolyn Woodie of the WordPerfect Corp. of Orem, Utah, has met the requirements to continue her designation as a WordPerfect Certified Instructor.

Trade organizations

The Baltimore County Community Colleges elected the following to its

board of directors: John Q. Kluttz III, chairman and Hazel A. Warnick, vice chairman.

Education

Howard Community College is offering the following courses: Covenants and Restrictions, beginning April 17; and

Annuities/Social Security, beginning April 13.

Essex Community College is offering a one-day course in Customer Service Training on April 21 and May 10 at the college's White Marsh Business Center. For information, call 522-1533.

Howard Community College will offer the following courses this month: "Window Software," March 25 and 27 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. (cost: $95); "Advanced WordPerfect," March 22 and 29 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (cost: $125); "Desktop Publishing with WordPerfect," AMarch 18 and 20 from 1-4 p.m. (cost: $95). For information, call

992-4808.

Public service

The Amoco Foundation awarded a grant of $1,000 to the Commonwealth Youth Employment Services of Baltimore in support of the agency's summer job program.

Junior Achievement, a business-education partnership program, appointed Joyce Lortz, president of Printron Office Products, to the board of directors for the Baltimore County Chapter.

The Children's Guild Inc. of Baltimore elected the following to its board of trustees: Emily Barr, Stuart Greenberg and Michael W. Tuck.

The Court Appointed Special Advocate Program of Baltimore elected Douglas G. Kremer, director of strategic planning, research and development for Citibank Maryland, to its board of directors.

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