Hall, Behn named to AACC board of trustees CENTRAL COUNTY -- Arnold * Broadneck * Severna Park * Crownsville * Millersville


August 12, 1993|By JONI GUHNE

During this last month of summer, local schools are busy preparing for fall.

Walter J. Hall of Pasadena has been appointed by Gov. William Donald Schaefer to his second six-year term on the board of trustees of Anne Arundel Community College.

A native of England, he graduated from the City of Liverpool College of Technology and the Harvard Business School.

Hall, 60, is owner of the Annapolis Bowl and retired president and chief executive officer of Fair Lanes Inc. of Baltimore. He is the former director and chairman of the finance committee for the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland, and also served as president of the Magothy River Association and director of the Lake Shore Volunteer Fire Co.

The governor also named AACC student Jennifer Behn of Arnold to a one-year term on the board.

Behn, 31, a sophomore general studies major, plans to combine studies in sociology, political science and business. Past president of the campus sociology club, she is a partner in Data Reduction Associates, a business survey firm.


Life after school is work, but it can be a lot more satisfying with the perfect job.

Functioning as an employment agency, the community college's Job Placement Office offers a host of free employment services for students and residents alike. Currently, nearly 200 available positions are posted in the office, and potential employees are entering their qualifications in the new resume book used by employers.

Job professionals are available in the office, Room 137 in the Student Services Center, from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday. Information: 541-2202.

* "Tomorrow's Jobs in Business," a free 90-minute symposium exploring business management in government and industry, will meet from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the college.

Information: 541-2390.


Perhaps you see yourself in the role of schoolteacher. To get a good idea of what this profession is really like, you can try it part time as a substitute at Old Mill High School. For a complete explanation of the process, attend the meeting at the school at 9 a.m., Aug. 20.

Dr. Bob Sorin, Old Mill administrator, says he is looking for college grads and others. Information: 969-9010.


But, if you've opted to stay at home to raise a family, you may be fixing supper for the county's next Cutest Kid.

Marilyn Holmes of the Anne Arundel County Fair invites parents of 1- to 8-year-old children to enter their esteemed progeny in the mid-September fair's Cutest Kids Contest.

To receive an entry blank, send a SASE to: Anne Arundel County Fair, 778 Generals Highway, Millersville 21108; or pick up a fair catalog at the library.


If peaches top your list of great summer eating, plan to be at Severna Park United Methodist Church on Benfield Boulevard from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. next Thursday for this summer's Peachiest Festival.

Enjoy a light supper of barbecue and peaches with ice cream while listening to John Knarr on the piano, Dan Wilson playing guitar and singing folk songs from the '60s, the Benfield Brass Band with Dan Ingalls, and the Broadway show tunes by Mary Ann and Kim Kable.

After the judging of the most delicious peach dessert, the dishes will be auctioned to the highest bidder. Proceeds will provide meals for the homeless at Sarah's House.

Information: 987-4700.

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