* Callahan & Associates, a Baltimore-based advertising and...

NEWS IN BRIEF

March 29, 1993

* Callahan & Associates, a Baltimore-based advertising and graphics design firm, recently changed its name to Callahan & Company and relocated to 9 W. 29th St.

New accounts

* Morgan-Keller Inc., a Frederick-based general contractor, won a $3.8 million contract to build a 16,600-square-foot expansion of Somerset Hospital in Somerset, Pa.

* The Stern Agency, a Columbia-based advertising agency, is representing Hyatt Hotels of Washington, the Virginia Heart Center at Fairfax Hospital, The Insurance Buyers' Council and Farren Associates Inc.

Public service

* Stephen E. Josey, audit partner in the Baltimore office of C. W. Amos & Co., was named to the board of directors of the Central Maryland Chapter of the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation.

* Learning Independence Through Computers, a computer resource center in Baltimore for disabled children and adults, received a grant from the Dole Foundation in Washington to fund the Community Partners for Employment Project.

* Laurie B. Schwartz, president of Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, was named to the board of directors of the International Downtown Association.

* Bart W. Scheffel was elected to the board of directors of Advantage Design Inc., an organization that employs people with disabilities to provide computer-aided design and drafting services.

Open for business

* Julie E. Landau opened law offices at 201 N. Charles St. in Baltimore. * Robert M. Gagnon, of Gagnon Engineering in Ellicott City, received a Virginia Professional Engineers' License.

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