* The Baltimore Opera elected the following officers: John...


January 04, 1993

* The Baltimore Opera elected the following officers: John R. "Jay" Young, president of Oles Envelopes, chairman of the board; Edward J. Brody, president of Brody Truck Rental, president; Carl E. Hecht, president of U.S. Tag and Label, secretary; Samuel G. Macfarlane, retired chief financial officer of Waverly Press, treasurer and chair of the Finance Committee.

The following vice presidents were also named: Lisa Dijulio Bertani, Repertoire Committee; Henry D. Felton, Long-Range Planning Committee; Erwin L. Greenberg, Endowment Committee; Mary Mangione, Education Committee; E. Meredith Reid, Administration Committee; James W. Stevens, Marketing and Public Relations Committee; James S. Weaver Jr., Development Committee; Patricia Wilson, president of the Baltimore Opera Guild; and Hugh Woltzen, chairman of board development and Nominating Committee.

* Howard County General Hospital re-elected J. P. Blase Cooke to a three-year term on the board of trustees. Mr. Cooke is president and chief operating officer of Harkins Builders Inc.

* Arnold I. Richman, an executive with Meridian Healthcare, will serve as general co-chairman of the 1993 campaign of the Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore.

* Timothy T. Smith has been elected 60th president of the Baltimore Junior Association of Commerce. Mr. Smith is an associate with the law firm of Niles, Barton & Wilmer.

* Jeffrey R. Springer was elected to the Maryland Science Center's board of trustees. Mr. Springer is president of Citizens Bancorp and Bank of Maryland.

* Dr. Walter G. Amprey and John D. Ryder have been elected to the executive board of the Baltimore Area Council, Boy Scouts of

America. Dr. Amprey is superintendent of Balti

more schools, and Mr. Ryder is president and chief executive officer of Basics Food Centers.

* Rachel Howard, LCSW, has assumed directorship of the residential and support services department of Jewish Family Services.

Open for business

Protect A Tot, a child safety company, was opened at 6470 Freetown Road, Suite 200-06, in Columbia by Sherri Gilliland.

New accounts

Smith Mead & Associates, a public relations firm in Baltimore, is providing management services for the Maryland Society of Surveyors.

* All American Video Productions Inc., a video production company in Laurel, was hired to produce a video for the Ken Beatrice Celebrity Golf Tournament that was held Oct. 6 at Chantilly National Country Club. The video will be used to sell corporate sponsors of future tournaments.

* Hottman Edwards, a Baltimore-based advertising agency, won the following accounts: the re-election campaign of Rep. Helen Delich Bentley, R-Md.-2nd; the Maryland Historical Society's 1992 Annual Report; and advertising for WSC Specialty Gases and Cryogenics, a Baltimore biotech company.

* New Home Marketing Group Inc., an Ellicott City-based new home marketing consulting and management company, is representing Bozzuto Homes at The Kentlands in Montgomery County and Russett Center in Laurel.

Trade Organizations

* The Society of Actuaries elected Patricia L. Scahill to the board of governors for a three-year term. Ms. Sca

hill is principal at William M. Mercer Inc. in Baltimore.

* Alliance of Black Women Attorneys elected the following officers: Sandra Holmes, president; Alison Velez Lane, president-elect; Millicent E.

Tyler, recording secretary; I. Vanessa Purnell, treasurer; Kevin L. Carter and Angela M. Eaves, corresponding secretaries; Camille Coley, member-at-large; Crystal Chissell, historian; Tracey Riller and Kimberly Ross, student representatives.

* Medical Group Management Association, Maryland Chapter, elected R. Craig Law president. Mr. Law is director of Practice Operations, Department of Pediatrics, University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore.

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