Arnold * Broadneck * Severna Park * Crownsville * Millersville


February 04, 1993

Furniture store to occupy old Shaivitz building

The 45,000-square-foot office building across from the Arnold Safeway has a new tenant, after being empty for nearly two years.

Danker Furniture is filling the spot vacated when Shaivitz Furniture went out of business two years ago. The privately owned home furnishings business has two other stores, in Rockville and Fairfax, Va.

The business moved in Nov. 3 and will open March 14, said general manager Dan Risser, who also manages the Rockville store.

He said he's not worried that Danker will follow its predecessor.

"We're very optimistic," he said. "We currently do a lot of business in the Annapolis area with our Rockville store. This will make it easier for our customers, and we also hope to expand our range to include the Eastern Shore."

The store carries contemporary, transitional and traditional furniture.

AACC names assistant dean for enrollment

E. Daniel Kapraun has been named assistant dean for enrollment services at Anne Arundel Community College.

Mr. Kapraun will provide leadership for admissions, career development, advising, transition services and the grants program. He also will implement a professional development program for the Student Services division.

A certified professional counselor, Mr. Kapraun previously was an assistant professor of higher education in the University of Arkansas' Department of Educational Leadership, Counseling and Foundations.

He holds master's and doctor of education degrees from the University of Virginia.

Radios, copier taken from landfill

Radios and a copy machine were stolen over the weekend from a construction trailer at the Millersville Landfill.

The break-in was discovered by an employee Monday. Someone had cut a padlock and entered the trailer. A camera, three Motorola radios and a copy machine belonging to Reliable Contracting were reported stolen.

The items were worth $4,800.

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