Plaza Renovations Begun


October 27, 1991

Oak Contracting Corp. of Baltimore recently completed phase one of the renovations of the Plaza at Lake Kittamaqundi in the Town Center for Columbia Association.

Designed by LDR International, the project consists of demolition and reconstruction of the public plaza between the Rouse Co. headquarters, the American City Building and Clyde'sRestaurant.


NVR Limited Partnership/Ryan Homes was honored for its Newcastle model at Cardinal Forest in Columbia by the 1991 Finest for Family Living Awards ceremonies earlier this month.

The Finest For Family Living Awards recognize homebuilders for excellence in new home designand home renovation throughout the Washington area. Award winners are selected for excellence in design, innovative use of space, environmental and energy conservation and value within the market segment.


Damar Group Ltd., a Columbia-based personal computer training and consulting firm, has been selected through competition to provide customized computer training users for PC-based users of Baltimore County General Hospital in Randallstown.

Damar Group will be teaching, DOS, Hard Disk Management, WordPerfect levels I, II and II, Computer Hardware Equipment and Novell NetWare classes.


Kayla Advertising, a Columbia-based advertising specialty distributor, is celebrating its fifth year of service to Baltimore, Washington and Virginia.

Kayla develops programs and conducts research to find unusual imprinted items that are suited for a company's needs.


The Howard County Chamber of Commerce has announced that Susan O'Malley, president ofthe Washington Bullets, will be the featured speaker at the Chamber's kick-off breakfast for Expo '91.

O'Malley is responsible for allof the off-court activities of the Bullets franchise, including overseeing marketing, sponsorships, ticket sales, advertising, accounting, public relations and community service activities.

The breakfaststarts at 8 a.m. Nov. 14 at the Columbia Hilton. Tickets are $40 formembers, $50 for non-members. Limited space is available.


A weekly support group for the unemployed that offerscounseling and networking meets from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. every Thursday at St. Johns Evangelical Lutheran Church at the intersection of OldMontgomery Road and Route 108 in Columbia.

Lunch is provided. Information: church office, 799-8888 or Laura Clay, 461-5064.

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