Brady-shelton To Eap


December 01, 1991

The North Arundel Hospital Professional Center has named Janet Brady-Shelton as the Marketing Representative to its Occupational Health Services and Employees Assistance Programs (EAP).

The program provides area businesses with counseling and referrals for employees who are experiencing personal problems which affects job performance.

Brady-Shelton was previously self-employed with Administrative Computer Services for more than three years and has more than 10 years experience in business and administrative management.

Originally from Florida, Brady-Shelton resides in Millersville with her husband and two children.



Joins North Arundel Hospital


Vadj Dubiansky was recently appointed director of radiology for Anne Arundel Medical Center.

As director, Dubiansky is responsible for the hospital's in-house radiology services. In addition, he will oversee the activities of the outpatient Anne Arundel Diagnostic facilities located in Crofton, Arnold and Annapolis, and services at Anne Arundel MRI.

Dubiansky was most recently the director of Medical Imaging Services at Holy Cross Hospital.



Radiology director at AAMC


Beau Simmons of Beauregard's in the Annapolis Mall, recently won top honors in a Maryland Professional Photography Association print competition with his photographs of Ballet Theatre of Annapolis' "Nutcracker."

Two salon portraits tied for first place, receiving the Association's highest Award of Excellence.

The photographs received joint first place in the portrait category. The images were created outsidethe Bordley-Randall House off State Circle in Annapolis, earning himthe Photographer of the Year and Portrait of the Year awards.

Simmons has won numerous awards for his photos over the years, and is the president of the Maryland Professional Photography Association.


The United Way of Central Maryland's Management Resources Center is accepting nominations for its fourth annual Awards ofDistinction, which cite outstanding managers of non-profit organizations.

The awards recognize and reward non-profit professionals whodemonstrate leadership and management excellence.

The cash awardswill be presented for use in the recipients' continuing education and professional development. Money for the awards comes from the United Way Endowment Fund.

All nominees must work for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organizations that have been in existence for a minimum of three years. Nominations are open to all senior-level managers of non-profit agencies in Central Maryland, regardless of United Way affiliation.

Nomination deadline is Dec. 10, and recipients will be honored ata June 1992 awards ceremony. Call for applications.

Information: 547-8000 Ext. 277.


The Annapolis Jaycees areconducting the "Outstanding Young Annapolitan" recognition program to honor an enterprising young man or woman.

The award, in its 41styear, goes to young adults cited for meritorious service to the community. The winners will be honored at an event scheduled for Jan. 1992.

Nominations are being sought for the 1991 Outstanding Young Annapolitan. Nominees must be between the ages of 21 and 39 and must live or work in the Annapolis area.

Information: 268-1374 or 268-1863.

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