Carrolltown Center gets new general managerMatt Lattin...

BUSINESS NOTES

October 07, 1993

Carrolltown Center gets new general manager

Matt Lattin, former manager of Glen Burnie Mall, has become general manager of Carrolltown Center in Eldersburg.

Mr. Lattin, 28, said he has been hired to implement Black Rock Associates' new plans for the shopping center. Black Rock purchased the community mall in late January.

Before working in Glen Burnie, Mr. Lattin was the assistant general manager of the Hunt Valley Mall. He and his wife plan to move to Carroll County from Hunt Valley in the near future.

Giant begins Apples for Students campaign

Giant Food, located in Westminster, is again participating in the Apples for the Students campaign through March 5, 1994.

The program allows local schools to collect Giant cash register receipts and earn textbooks, library books, and audio and video cassettes as well as Apple and IBM computer equipment, science and music equipment, televisions, VCRs and physical education equipment.

Last year, Carroll County schools earned 93 Apple and IBM computers, printers and software packages and 91 televisions, VCRs and other education equipment.

Information: (301) 341-4710.

Attorney Holmes joins Blakeslee law firm

Linda A. Holmes, a 1982 graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law, has joined the law offices of Wesley D. Blakeslee in Westminster.

Ms. Holmes, who will specialize in family law, was a staff attorney with the federal government in Washington and a member of the Hardwick and Harris firm in Baltimore.

Consultant appointed for local development

Jayne Stevens, a property saleswoman and manager for 14 years, has accepted the position of sales consultant for American Properties Inc.'s new homes division.

Ms. Stevens, who was the property manager for Tindeco Wharf in Baltimore, will be in charge of sales at Warfield's Way, a new housing development in Eldersburg.

Local banks play softball for charity

Union National Bank and Carroll County Bank went head-to-head Oct. 3 in a charity softball game to benefit the United Way of Central Maryland. The event took place at Burns Field, next to the Carroll County Farm Museum.

Union National Bank's United Way committee members Debbie Weaver, Jennifer Starkey, Leigh McHargue, and Julie Frantz set two ambitious goals for this event: to increase employee awareness and participation via nontraditional activities and to increase employee contributions to the United Way by over 20 percent from last year's donations.

More than 25 people signed up to play softball and there were FTC cheerleading squads, bake sale volunteers and spectators. The first game was an 8-8 tie. Carroll County Bank won the second game, 20-10. Union National Bank announced that Steven L. Wantz, vice president of operations, has graduated from the Bank Administration Institute School at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a major in community bank management.

A Westminster native, Mr. Wantz joined Union National Bank in 1976 as a cashier where he moved up the management ranks to become vice president of operations.

The BAI School, which has been conducted for 42 consecutive years, is the largest national bank school in the country, involving nearly 700 students, 85 faculty and 400 separate courses.

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