Entrepreneurs Circle

Regional ledger

July 29, 1991

The Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce and American Screen & Poster will present the Entrepreneurs Circle at 8 a.m. July 30at Arundel Center North, Baltimore and Annapolis Boulevard in Glen Burnie.

The circle meets once a month for two hours to give businesses a chance to brainstorm over problems and plan marketing strategies.

The host of the July circle will be Don Dwyer of American Screen & Poster.

Information: 766-4700 or 766-8282.


The Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau is now compiling information for the 1991 edition of the "Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Holiday Events Brochure."

Over 30,000copies of the brochure are distributed to individuals and groups throughout the state and elsewhere who are interested in events occurring during the holiday season in and around Annapolis.

Non-profit organizations receive a free listing in the brochure. Businesses that have events between Nov. 15, 1991, and Jan. 10, 1992, should contact the bureau.

Information: 280-0445.


Anne Arundel Community College will be host to a free seminar on "Careers in Computer Electronics" seminar, sponsored by the college Engineering Division, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Aug. 1 at their Arnold campus.

Technicians with a combination of skills in both electronics and computers in plants with computer controlled instruments, in telecommunication equipment control, aircraft equipment control, testing and research, decoding and other areas only require two years of college to obtain the necessary skills.

A question-and-answer period will follow the presentation and participants will receive an information packet.

Information: 541-2433.


The Wellness Community is sponsoring a golf tournament at noon Aug. 2 at the Eisenhower Golf Course, on Generals Highway in Crownsville.

The tournament will benefit the programs of the Wellness Community, which provides free learning, friendship and other opportunities for people with cancer and their families.

Beer and soft drinks will be served during play, and trophies and prizes, including a trip for two, will be raffled.

Registration fee includes green and cart fees, lunch, a par-three closest-to-pin contest, dinner, longest drive hole, trophies forfirst, second and third place, prizes and beverages.

Individual registration is $90, $360 for a foursome, $425 for corporate sponsorship, and tee sponsorship is $100 each per sign.

Information: 266-3125.


Anne Arundel Community College is looking for 30 minority students from grades 9 to 12 who are interested in engineering and related careers to participate in a free Upreach Orientation to Engineering and Technologies Career Opportunities from 9 a.m. to noon Aug. 5-7 in the college's cafeteria.

Free transportation from designated pickup areas will be provided, and participants will learn how to enter the expanding world of technology. No math or science background is needed.

The program, sponsored by the college's Engineering and Technologies Division, will show participants how to assess interests and potential, learn about education requirements, identify existing education programs and explore career opportunities.

Information: 541-2433.


Due to recent state legislation, interior designers must now have certificates to practice their art in Maryland, and Anne Arundel Community Collegewill conduct a free seminar from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Aug. 6 at the Arnold campus to help explain the certification requirements.

Currentand future interior designers will hear a short presentation and a discussion by a panel of interior design and architecture professionals and a legal representative familiar with the new state law.

Information: 541-2433.


The Entrepreneur's Exchange will sponsor a discussion of "Smart Strategies For The Smart Small Business Owner" at their Aug. 7 luncheon, beginning at noon, at Busch's Chesapeake Inn on U.S. 50 in Annapolis.

Information: 974-6322.

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