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March 01, 1994

Flying Colors elects new directors, officers

Flying Colors of Success Inc., a Westminster-based nonprofit organization, recently announced its board of directors and officers for 1994:

Chairman, David Bollinger of Barnes-Bollinger Insurance Services Inc.; president/chief executive officer, C. Michael Hardesty, executive director; treasurer, William Guldin, manager of licensing and international, London Fog Corp.; and secretary, Leza M. Griffith, lawyer.

Directors are: Charles Cull, associate broker, Long & Foster Realtors; John Jarkweic, curator of marine mammals, National Aquarium in Baltimore; Tim McShea, chairman and chief executive officer of McShea & Co. Inc.; Jolene Sullivan, director of the Carroll County Department of Citizen Services; William D. Swaggerty, account executive with MARCOR Environmental Inc.; and Rick Zengel, F. C. S. consumer representative.

Flying Colors of Success provides community-based residential services to people with developmental disabilities in Carroll and Baltimore counties.

Sports medicine center gets two new employees

The Carroll County Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Center recently added two employees.

Paul S. Welliver is the sports medicine coordinator and Gary A. Katz is the director of Healthsouth at the center's new location, 3 Village Square in Westminster.

Mr. Welliver is a former head athletic trainer and physical education instructor at Western Maryland College.

He has a master's degree in counseling from Western Maryland and another master's in athletic training from Indiana State University.

Mr. Welliver lives in Westminster with his wife, Susan, and their two daughters.

Mr. Katz is a graduate of the University of Connecticut's physical therapy program. He recently relocated to Maryland from Southern California, where he had practiced and consulted with professional and Olympic athletes from the Los Angeles area.

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