Beigel At Exposition

Business people

November 25, 1991

Annapolis photographer Dan Beigel attended Photo '91, an annual exposition for professional photographers and industry representatives, as a guest celebrity book photographer this weekend.

Beigel signed copies of the hard-bound book "10,000 eyes -- 150 years of Photography" at the New York City exposition. One of his photos, selected from over 13,000 submissions, appears in the coffee-table book project sponsored by the American Society of Magazine Photographers.

An artist-in-residence at Maryland Hall for the Arts, Beigel teaches editorial, commercial and fine art photography.


Louis J. Calka, Jr., owner of Alpine Auto Service Inc. in GlenBurnie, has received an award as Certified Master Auto Technician inthe category of Independent Auto Repair Shops.

The award was presented to the auto technician by Wade Hoyt, editor of Motor magazine. In addition to a plaque, Calka received a $500 cash award and a three-day all-expense paid trip to Stouffer's Cottonwoods Resort in Scottsdale, Ariz.


Todd Robinson of An Affair to Remember by T. R. was given an executive citation at Anne Arundel County's Most Beautiful People Awards Ceremony.

Robinson provided the reception facility for the event, which honored over 150 nominees andtheir guests for their volunteer efforts throughout the county.


Sass & Associates of Annapolis has announced the addition of Kristine M. Shultz to its staff as media buyer.

Shultz, agraduate of Millersville University of Pennsylvania, has six years of experience in the advertising/media field, having worked for an international manufacturer, and advertising agencies in Pennsylvania.

In her new position, Shultz will be responsible for the media planning and buying for Sass accounts such as Adcom Stereo Components and Delsey Luggage.


Glen Burnie resident Robert Tice was recently re-elected chairman of the board of directors of the National Association of Investors Corp. (NAIC).

Tice will direct policy-makers for the organization, headquartered in Royal Oak, Mich.

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