Philip Willen Associates, a public relations agency in Baltimore specializing in health care, is co-producing with Comcast Cablevision of Maryland a television exercise show for older adults called "SilverTone."
Building Congress & Exchange of Metropolitan Baltimore Inc. recently presented the following craftsmanship awards:
* William Hinegardner, of Gibbons of Baltimore, for restoration painting of the main sanctuary of Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church in Baltimore.
* Bruce P. Brown, Knipp & Co. Inc., for wood paneling fabrication at the Seagram Center of the House of Seagram in Relay.
* Kim Schwallenberg, Winchester Construction Co. Inc., for renovation and restoration of the McCrudden residence in Annapolis.
* Michael P. Dalton, Green Contracting Co. Inc., for installing process piping in the bottling tank room of the House of Seagram in Relay.
* Peter Nack, of Valley Craftsman, for millwork and casework faux finishing at Fidelity & Deposit Cos. in Baltimore.
* Donald Seiler and Dale Pennewill, Concord Associates Inc., for wood paneling installation at the Seagram Center of the House of Seagram in Relay.
* Richard T. Jarrett Jr., C. E. Meyers Inc., for sheet metal duct work in the mechanical equipment penthouse of the Ross Research Building at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore.
* Nelson G. Testerman, of John K. Ruff Inc., for wood paneling installation in the Stephens Hall theater at Towson State University.
* Frank Palmisano, Enterprise Electric Co., for installation of electrical wireways at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Baltimore.
* Edmund J. D'Alesandro, Hunt Valley Masonry Inc., for stonework in the main cathedral entrance of the Diocesan Center of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland in Baltimore.
* Arnold Pudder, M. B. Kramer Interiors Inc., for drywall installation in Building A office pavilions, Green Spring Station in Luthervile.
* Timothy B. Ruff, of Charles F. Ruff & Co. Inc., for terra cotta tile roofing, snow guards, gutters and down spouts on the tower and Adler Saal of the Zion Lutheran Church in Baltimore.
* Anthony J. Pescetto and Bartly McDougall, Walls & Ceilings Inc., for the exterior insulation and finish system at the North Oaks Life Care Community Facility in Pikesville.
* Kenneth W. Pasley, Aberdeen Mason Contractors Inc., for exterior and interior brickwork at the Ring Factory Elementary School in Bel Air.
* George Hoffert, Atlantic Plate Glass & Window Co. Inc., for installation of the curtain wall at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Baltimore.
* Robert Kurilla, G & H Insulation Inc., for insulation of duct work and piping in the mechanical mezzanine of the Becton-Dickinson Microbiology Systems Facility in Hunt Valley.
* Sterling J. Smith Jr., Coleman Mechanical Inc., for mechanical piping and heavy equipment installation at the North Chiller Plant of the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
* William F. DeCarlo Jr., Mace Sheet Metal Corp., for installation of sheet metal duct work in the mechanical mezzanine of the Becton-Dickinson Microbiology Systems Facility in Hunt Valley.
* Raymond Jachimski, Brown & Heim Inc., for routing of electrical feeder conduits at the Ross Research Building of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore.
* Sherman R. Braxton Sr. for brick cleaning, sandstone cleaning and spot pointing on the Adler Saal, parsonage, bell tower and garden walls of the Zion Lutheran Church in Baltimore.
Open for business
Tops 'N Bottoms opened at Eastpoint Mall in Baltimore. Steven F. Silber owns the jeans and beachwear clothing store.
Payroll 1, a McLean, Va.-based preparer of payrolls, W-2 forms and tax reports, opened an office at 3700 Koppers St. in Baltimore.
Morley Candy Makers, based in Mount Clemens, Mich., opened a shop in the Northway Shopping Center in Millersville.
Morrill & Co. opened a real estate office at 1248 Lower Glencoe Road in Sparks. Todd L. Morrill heads the company.
Basics Food Centers is opening Wednesday at Southside Market Place on Fort Avenue in the Locust Point/Federal Hill area.
RDA Consultants Limited, a software consulting firm in Hunt Valley, has been retained by the following firms: Katrina Inc., Hagerstown; CSX Intermodal, Hunt Valley; Interslov, Rockville; Data Executive Inc., Valley Forge; and Comsis Corp., Silver Spring.
Noble Steeds Associates Inc., a Baltimore-based advertising and marketing agency, has been retained by SUN Automation Inc. to produce advertising, collateral and training materials for use in SUN's marketing programs for North America and Europe.
Telecomm Corp., a Bel Air-based telephone interconnect and service organization, is representing Comdial Network Services.
National Brokerage Services Inc. has been selected to represent Crown Shoes Super Stores.