Women's group to hear CBS News producerThe Maryland...

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February 13, 1994

Women's group to hear CBS News producer

The Maryland chapter of Women in Communications Inc. will meet at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the U.S. Naval Academy Officers' Club in Annapolis. The meeting will feature Emmy Award-winning CBS News producer Mary Walsh, who will give a behind-the-scenes look at the "CBS Evening News" program with Dan Rather and Connie Chung.

Ms. Walsh produces the national security beat. She recently returned to the United States after covering Asia for four years.

Tickets are $16.50 for members and $21.50 for nonmembers. Information: 841-6646 or 643-7328.

Nominations sought for volunteer award

The Junior League of Annapolis is accepting nominations through Feb. 28 for its third annual "Excellence in Voluntarism" award.

The group is looking for women who have made a difference in their communities by volunteering for groups that support the arts, families, education, the elderly, drug and alcohol abuse programs and other nonprofit organizations.

The award includes a $500 cash prize for the volunteer's organization. Information: 263-5358.

Nominations sought for Golden Rule Awards

J. C. Penney Co. Inc. is seeking nominations for its annual 1994 Golden Rule Volunteer Awards.

The awards will honor 21 volunteers with an award sculpture and $1,000 grant for the nonprofit organization they assist.

Thirty-five volunteers will receive certificates of merit and a $250 grant for their nonprofit organizations.

The national winner will receive a $10,000 grant. There also is a youth award of a $5,000 grant and a $5,000 scholarship. Nominations are due by March 4.

Information: (410) 298-8100.

Connolly, Johnson named to committee

Anne Arundel County Executive Robert R. Neall recently appointed Pamela W. Connolly of Gambrills and Harrison Johnson of Crownsville to the county Spending Affordability Committee.

Ms. Connolly, a certified public accountant, will serve until Dec. 1, 1997.

Mr. Johnson, a retired superintendent for International Terminal Corp. in Baltimore, will serve until Dec. 1, 1996.

Carr named chairman of youth campaign

Hammond S. "Skip" Carr, senior vice president of O'Conor, Piper and Flynn Realty in Severna Park, has been named general chairman of the YMCA Annual Support Partner With Youth Campaign for 1994.

The YMCA serves thousands of children, adults and families each year.

Key leaders in the effort are Gary Massaglia, general manager of Jones Intercable; Richard Hawes, a longtime YMCA volunteer and Glen Burnie resident; and Jim and Katherine Mandrin, YMCA volunteers.

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