Notables

Notables

December 29, 1991

RED CROSS HELPERS LAUDED

Ten volunteers from the Red Cross Northeastern District were presented certificates of appreciation at the Annual Red Cross Holidays Party for Volunteers.

Wendell Baxter was honored for his help in coordinating and teaching four mass trainings, as well as several other cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid courses. He also worked theRed Cross First Aid Station at a countywide fishing derby and assisted at the Perryville explosion.

Mindi Bowers received a certificate for teaching at the mass trainings conducted throughout the year, working three days at the Red Cross First Aid and Baby Comfort Stations at the Harford County Farm Fair, and staffing the first aid and baby comfort stations at the Bel Air Arts Festival.

Jack Cloman helped coordinate and teach four mass training courses in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid, taught several safety courses, and worked at the first aid and baby comfort stations at the Bel Air Arts Festival.

Marian Flinchbaugh washonored for her loyal and dedicated service as a volunteer at Kirk Army Clinic, Aberdeen Proving Ground, where works two days a week a inthe gynecology clinic.

Archie Hamon was presented a certificate for his work as a volunteer driver, transporting blood to the Baltimore lab on a regular basis. He works on many bloodmobiles throughout the county, including those on APG where he also helps with military casework. He spends time at home preparing packets which are given to first-time blood donors. He also drove the emergency response vehicle at the Perryville disaster.

Bob Moorefiled, a Baltimore volunteer,was recognized for his work at the first aid station at the Harford County Farm Fair where he assisted three days for the past two years.

Marta Reyes was honored for volunteering her typing, filing and record keeping skills at the Red Cross Office, Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Jeff Simpson received a certificate honoring him for his help incoordinating and teaching four mass training courses in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid, and for obtaining a site for the instructor training class.

Joanne Wigglesworth was recognized for coordinating and teaching four mass training courses in CPR and first aid. She also co-instructed two disaster mass care courses and the disaster assessment course for county employees. Additionally, she workedfour days at the first aid and baby comfort stations at the Harford County Farm Fair and taught three baby-sitting courses.

Bob Winchell received a certificate for co-instruction the disaster mass care course and damage assessment course taught to Harford County employees, teaching several other disaster courses in both Harford and Baltimore counties, and working at Red Cross displays, exhibits, and health fairs whenever possible.

SHRODES APPOINTED

Charles W. Shrodes was appointed by Gov. William Donald Schaefer to a vacant seat on the Harford County Property Tax Assessments Appeals Board.

Shrodes, a lifelong resident of Norrisville, has been an active real estate appraiser and auctioneer for more than 40 years. In his new position, hew ill serve on a three-member panel to decide appeals filed by county property owners with regard to their real estate tax assessments.

Shrodes term of office will expire June 1, 1993.

YOUNG TO DIRECT FAIR

Donald H. Young, vice president of Harford National Bank, has joinedthe board of directors of the Harford County Farm Fair.

Tammy Harward, an employee with the University of Maryland's Extension Service, has volunteered to serve as corresponding secretary for the HarfordCounty Farm Fair.

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