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NEWS IN BRIEF

November 01, 1993

Juvenile Diabetes is the benefit organization for Holiday Mammoth Sale to be held Nov. 11 to 14 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds Exhibition Hall in Timonium. Participating retailers include Athletic Attic, Dan Bros. Shoes, Prince Fashion Jewelry, Gage Menswear and Hiken Formal Wear.

* Accounting Firms Associated Inc. appointed Robert S. Permison to the accounting and auditing committee. Mr. Permison is administrative partner of Kamanitz, Uhlfelder & Permison.

* U.S. Small Business Administration is accepting nominations for Maryland's Small Business Person of the Year. Nominees are also sought for Women in Business, Minority, Veteran, Accountant, Financial Services and Media Advocates in addition special awards for Small Business Exporter, Young Entrepreneur of the Year and the Federal Government Small Business Prime Contractor and Subcontractor. Nominations must be received by Nov. 5. For information, call 962-2235.

Open for business

Stout, Causey & Horning, an accounting firm, relocated to 110 Old Padonia Road, Suite 300, in Cockeysville.

* The Warner Companies has opened offices in the Timonium Corporate Center on Deerco Road. The recently formed organization is a full service financial planning firm and a member of the M Financial Group.

* MSI Industries, specialists in simulation equipment and advanced electronic assembly has opened a new office and operations center at 1808 Baltimore Boulevard in Westminster.

New accounts

* Parks, Ottenheimer & Subotnik Advertising in Baltimore is representing Whitetail Ski Area in Mercersburg, Pa.

* The Stern Agency, advertising and public relations, of Columbia, is representing Compete International Inc. and Raulin's Bakery & Deli.

* Straight Shots, a Columbia-based photography studio, won accounts for Color Craft/Createx in Connecticut, Head Sports in Columbia and Evans International in Richmond, Va.

* Versa-Lite Systems Inc. in Chantilly, Va., won a contract with Marvol USA for the System 99 which provides a situation analysis by electronic map display.

* Ecological Restoration and Management Inc. of Towson has won the following contracts: wetland mitigation construction for the Health Care Finance Administration building under construction in Woodlawn; the creation of 87 acres of nontidal wetlands for the Dulles Greenway toll road in Northern Virginia; and the creation of two nontidal wetlands, reforest a riparian stream corridor and the creation of bioretention areas to enhance the quality of storm water run-off before it enters the Kettering stream, which is in Prince George's County.

* Silber & Associates, a Columbia-based opinion research firm, won a contract from Johns Hopkins Hospital to conduct a study on nurse recruitment.

* Maryland Media Associates Inc., a Baltimore-based public relations firm, is representing Renaissance Remodeling, Vintage Homes and Architectural Design Works Inc.

* Papier Interiors has been awarded a design contract by Landmark Homes for a model home in the Cobblestone community on Owings Mills.

Public service

* Hannah More School in Reisterstown elected the following to the board of directors: president, Phillip W. Worrall, partner, Grieves, Worrall, Wright & O'Hatnick Inc.; vice president, Henry H. Lewis, president, Henry H. Lewis Construction Inc.; treasurer, Archibald T. Fort, retired managing partner, KPMG Peat Marwick; secretary, Brenda Crabbs, chair, Economic Development Council, Reisterstown/Owings Mills/Glyndon Chamber of Commerce.

* Dorothy E. Foos was elected to the board of directors of the Essex Community College Foundation. Ms. Foos is senior customer service representative, Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.

* Kennedy Krieger Institute elected the following directors: John A. Saxton, vice president of cosmetic and fragrance products, ,, Procter and Gamble USA; Paul R. McHugh, psychiatrist-in-chief, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Richard J. Himelfarb, director of Legg Mason Inc. and executive vice president of Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc.

* Evenly J. Chatmon was named to the board of directors of the Essex Community College Foundation. Ms. Chatmon is assistant superintendent, Department of Equity and Staff Development, Baltimore County Public Schools.

* Baltimore Association of Financial Planners elected Lee W. HTC Warner president. Mr. Warner is president and chief executive officer of TheWarner Companies, a Timonium-based financial planning firm.

* Paula W. Buis of Wolpoff & Co., has been elected to the Waxter Center board of trustees.

* Anita Logue, a CPA with the accounting firm of Coyne & McClean has been named treasurer of the Maryland Center for Independent Living.

* Goodwill Industries has named Voltaire C. Walker, a manager for Westinghouse Electric Corp., to a seat on its board of governors.

Trade organizations

* High Speed Rail/MagLev Association named Jack Kinstlinger to the board of directors. Mr. Kinstlinger is chief executive officer and chairman of the board of KCI Technologies in Towson.

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