The Greater Annapolis Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a seminar, "Reaping the Benefits of Corporate Wellness," from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at the Chamber office, 1 Annapolis St., Annapolis.
The seminar is aimed at the employer who wants to learn how to keep employees healthy and save money while doing it.
USING ADVERTISING MONEY
The West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce and Hayward Baker Inc. will sponsora half-day workshop, "Sales Promotion Techniques: Effective Use of Your Advertising $$$" from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Fort Meade Officers' Club.
Discussions will include the pros and cons of cable, television and radio advertising. The topic will be "Maxi-Marketing: Non-traditional Marketing Methods."
The cost is $25 for members, and $30 for non-members.
TRADE COUNCIL DINNER
The Anne Arundel Trade Council Inc. will have its annual Fall Membership Dinner, starting with a cash bar at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Loews Annapolis Hotel, West Street in Annapolis.
The speaker will be Washing
ton attorney Jack Blum, an Annapolis resident who will discuss "Uncovering the Truth Behind the BCCI Scandal."
Registration is $30 for members and $35 for non-members.
Information: 974-4402 or 757-6709.
TASTE WEST COUNTY
The West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a benefit for the YMCA Meade Teen Infant Care Program from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday at the Odenton Fire Hall, Route 175.
Called "A Taste of West County," the evening will include food and dancing, with the entertainment of the Mike El Show, "A Tribute to Elvis."
Raffle prizes will also be featured, with prizes donated by businesses. The cost is $15, and all proceeds will go to the Teen Infant Care Program.
Information: 672-3422 or 268-5093.
PARALEGALS HAVE DINNER
The Bay Area Paralegal Association invites county residents to attend the group's last dinner meeting of the year, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Nov. 26, at the Magic Dish Restaurant, Ritchie Highway, Severna Park.
The agenda for the evening will include the election of officers for 1992 and a kickoff celebration for
Reservations are due by Friday.
The Anne Arundel County chapter of the Home Builders Association of Maryland will meet at 6 p.m. tomorrow atBusch's Chesapeake Inn, U.S. 50, Annapolis.
Ardath Cade, Anne Arundel County Planning and Zoning Department officer, will be the guestspeaker. The cost is $28.
HARMS WINS 5 AWARDS
Design and survey specialists at John E. Harms Jr. and Associates Inc. received five awards at the Maryland Society of Surveyor's Annual Plat Competition ceremony in Easton.
The Pasadena-based firmcame away with more awards than any of the 25 competing firms, taking first place in residential site development plan and preliminary
plan, and second place in the road, storm drain and boundary survey categories.
MICHEL OPENS MASS. STORE
The R. E. Michel Co. has opened its 90th branch this month, moving the Glen Burnie-based company into its 11th state and the New England market.
The store, in Marlborough, Mass., will stock a variety of products used by installation contractors.
The Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau has published the annual Holiday Events Calendar for the area.
The free publication lists all major events for the months of November and December and can be obtained bysending a large, self-addressed stamped envelope to the bureau at 1 Annapolis St.,
Annapolis, 21401, or by calling 268-TOUR.
BUTTONS FOR BUSINESSES
First Night Annapolis is offering admission buttons to the First Night Annapolis celebration to area businesses at a special rate.
The button costs $8 until Dec. 15, when the price goes up to $10.
Many downtown businesses have donated space and other help to the family-oriented festival. The admission buttons give the wearer access to all events at the festival and are the perfect stocking stuffer for employees.
CHAMBER ADOPTS FAMILY
The Greater Annapolis Chamber of Commerce has adopted a familyfor Christmas and is working with the Salvation Army to provide a good holiday for three small children in need.
Donations of food, clothes, toys and wrapping paper, as well as monety, are being sought.