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NEWS IN BRIEF

July 13, 1992

BB&Y, a Baltimore-based public relations and advertising agency, relocated to 334 N. Charles St., a block away from its previous location.

Open Solutions Inc., the subsidiary CAD Language Systems Inc. and its marketing partner CLSI/Solutions, moved from Rockville to 5457 Twin Knolls Road in Columbia.

Hagan & Hamilton, a custom homebuilder and land development company, moved from Phoenix to 20 E. Timonium Road, Suite 100, in Timonium.

Trade organizations

Business Publication Audit of Circulation in New York elected Hal Donofrio chairman of the board of directors. Mr. Donofrio is president and chief executive officer of Richardson, Myers & Donofrio, an advertising agency in Baltimore.

The Maryland State Bar Association promoted Wanda Claiborne to the newly created position of director of meetings and bar liaison.

Society of Industrial and Office Realtors named J. Allan Riorda of Kayne/Levin/Neilson/Bavar Realtors in Columbia an affiliate member.

Maryland Association of Non-Profit Homes for the Aging named S. Rebecca Galloway chair. Ms. Galloway, senior vice president of Church Home Corp. in Baltimore, was also elected to the House of Delegates of the American Association of Homes for the Aging.

Maryland State Bar Association elected the following officers: president, Roger A. Perkins, legal practitioner in Annapolis; president-elect, Edward F. Shea Jr., of Caplan, Hayman, Greenberg, Engelman & Belgrad in Baltimore; treasurer, Charles M. Preston, of Stoner, Preston & Boswell in Westminster; and secretary, the Hon. James E. Kenkel, U.S. judge in Prince George's County.

Towson Business Association elected the following officers: president, Marlene K. Titus of Parks, Hansen & Ditch; vice president, Gregory Arnold of Towson Commons; secretary, Nancy Ruley of Daft-McCune-Walker; treasurer, Richard McElroy of C&P Telephone; executive director, Susan K. DiLonardo.

Association of Art Museum Directors elected Dr. Robert P. Bergman director. Mr. Bergman is director of The Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore.

Baltimore Harbor Captains' Association elected Captain Bill Eggert president.

New accounts

Adworks Inc. in Washington is representing Hechinger Co. in Landover.

Hooper Marketing Inc., an Alexandria, Va.-based marketing communications agency, is doing marketing work for the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics and public relations work for the Cancer Research Foundation of America.

Maxine A. Cohen, a Baltimore-based free-lance writer and direct response specialist, won contracts with GEICO, McGraw-Hill's Aviation Week Group, Maryland Public Television, and Aspen Publishers.

Freed and Associates has been appointed advertising agency of record for Bud Schmidt Buick.

Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc. has been selected to provide financial services to associations through an arrangement with the American Society of Association Executives.

Edward Segal Communications in Washington is providing media relations services for Weinstock, White & Associates, an advertising and marketing agency in Baltimore.

bTC Fast & Associates Inc., an advertising agency in Baltimore, was hired by Sturbridge Homes to develop a print and radio advertising campaign for Moorings on the Magothy, a town-house development in Severna Park.

Weinberg Harris & Associates Inc., a Baltimore-based public relations and marketing firm, will handle the regional public relations for the "Virginia Slims Shopping Fling." The event, to be held Oct. 1-4 at Festival Hall in Baltimore, will feature women's fall fashions at half-price to benefit LifeSongs for AIDS Inc.

Welti Engineering Inc., a Leesburg, Va.-based structural design firm, was hired to provide the structural design for a mountainside residence in the Wintergreen, Va., ski resort.

Farrar Network Inc. in Baltimore was hired by Hanover Shoes to produce cover photographs for four issues of the Fall Hanover Shoes Catalogs.

RDA Consultants Limited, a computer software consulting firm in Timonium, was hired by IBM's systems integration subsidiary to help design software for the California Child Welfare System. RDA also won contracts from Irving Burton in Falls Church, Va., Loral Aerospace, Quantum Marketing in Washington, Pa., and the Visiting Nurse Association in Baltimore.

Kudos

Montgomery General Hospital named Teresa E. Yates of Olney Employee of the Year.

The University of Baltimore Alumni Association presented its "Spirit of Excellence" award to: Kendra Kopelke, associate professor of English and communication design; Carolyn A. Hughes, publications design graduate student; Marla Hollandsworth, an instructor in the legal clinic; Renee Nacrelli, a law student; Mollie Bowers, associate professor in the Robert G. Merrick School of Business; and Reginald Thomas, associate director of admissions.

Stephen R. Moore of Wolfman & Associates P.C. and Carl J. Pessolano of FDE Ltd., Consulting Engineers P.C. won top honors in the 26th annual drafting competition sponsored by the Consulting Engineers Council of Metropolitan Washington.

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