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August 05, 1993

Allied Signal Corp. donates to center

Allied Signal Technical Services Corp. of Columbia recently donated $4,000 to the Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center.

The Columbia-based center offers 24-hour phone services, emergency shelter, transitional housing and community education programs.

The private, nonprofit organization relies on volunteer support for its programs.

Chamber of Commerce plans golf contest

The Route 29 Chamber of Commerce will hold its Golf and Tennis Classic on Sept. 10 at the Patuxent Greens Country Club with an 8 a.m. registration and 9 a.m. shotgun start.

The event will feature a putting and chipping contest, round-robin tennis, an awards presentation and lunch after the conclusion of play.

Proceeds from the event will benefit youth and recreation organizations.

The deadline to register is Aug. 30. The cost is $85 for golf events and $35 for tennis.

Information: (301) 421-4529.

American Properties has $5 million in sales

American Properties of Columbia has reported sales of more than $5 million for Warfield's Way, a single-family-home community of 113 sites in Eldersburg.

Altieri Homes, Dorsey Builders, Catonsville Builders and Ryan Homes have designed up to seven models each for Warfield's Way.

Nicholas & Associates retained by city firm

Nicholas & Associates of Ellicott City has been retained by the Belfort Instrument Co. of Baltimore to perform participant record keeping and administrative services for its 401K Plan.


Clyde's appoints England as manager

Thomas C. England has been appointed general manager for Clyde's of Columbia and the Tomato Palace by Clyde's Restaurant Group of Washington.

Mr. Thomas began working in restaurants in Howard County as a waiter at the old Papillon restaurant on Frederick Road. Later he worked for the old Chez Fernand and Phoenix Emporium in Ellicott City.

Feldman appointed by Md. Health System

Mark I. Feldman of Ellicott City has been appointed as Maryland Health System's vice president of marketing and planning.

Mr. Feldman will coordinate marketing, planning, communications and community health education activities for the system, which includes Maryland General Hospital, Maryland General Care centers in Catonsville and Timonium, General Home Health Agency and Maryland General Clinical Practice Group.

United Way campaign announces new leaders

Donald Manekin, a senior vice president and partner with Manekin Corp., has been named volunteer chairman of the United Way of Central Maryland's 1993 campaign in Howard County.

Gary Smith, director of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, was named volunteer vice chairman of the campaign.

Scheduled to begin this autumn, the campaign aims to raise funds to support health and human services in the region.

Mr. Smith will serve as 1994 campaign chairman for Howard County.

Mr. Manekin, who sits on the boards of Howard County General Hospital, the Columbia Foundation and Leadership Howard County, was named this year's Business Person of the Year by the Howard County Chamber of Commerce.

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