Farm/business

April 29, 1993

Chamber of Commerce honors local businesses

Carroll County's Chamber of Commerce recognized Tri-Home Health Care on its 10th anniversary at the chamber's quarterly Hats Off breakfast Tuesday morning.

Eve Kolodner, owner and founder of Tri-Home, said she started the business in Harford County in 1983 because she saw a need for home health care in the Baltimore area.

The business has since grown to four offices in Harford, Carroll and Baltimore counties and Baltimore City. The Carroll County office opened two years ago, she said.

Chamber members honored Kay Garnish for organizing the Carroll County Women's Fair at Carroll Community College March 28.

Hanover, Pa., chamber plans business expo

The Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce is having its first Commercial Business Expo from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at Friendship Fire Hall, 604 Frederick St., Hanover.

Information: (717) 637-6130.

Carroll County Bank announces promotions

The board of directors of Carroll County Bank and Trust Co. have announced the following promotions to assistant vice president:

Victor H. Cohen, Dennis R. Dorsett, Pamela R. Ford, Charles E. Kirschner, Sally L. Tilghman, Carol M. Wuenschel and Vicki L. Yohn.

Other promotions include: John N. Biggs, operation officer; Deborah K. Dutterer, financial accounting officer; Dorothy M. Jones, financial accounting officer; and Hazel G. Leister, audit officer.

* Westminster: The Carroll County Association of Life Underwriters will have its ninth annual charity golf tournament for Carroll Hospice at 8 a.m. May 14 at Bear Creek Golf Club. The cost is $65 per person. Registration deadline is Tuesday. Information: 848-2528.

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