Christine CoglianoVolunteer work: Ms. Cogliano is a member...

VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT

April 10, 1994|By Kevin Harrison

Christine Cogliano

Volunteer work: Ms. Cogliano is a member of the board of directors for the North Arundel Chamber of Commerce. She serves on numerous chamber committees, assists with various activities, such as the annual Chamber Day Fun Fest, and acts as one of the chamber's ambassadors.

She recently joined the volunteer committee that plans the American Heart Association's annual celebrity waiter fund-raiser.

Volunteer's comment: "This is the first time I've worked with the heart association, but I have to do something more. It's a great group of people. I'm helping with the entertainment and whatever else comes along that night."

About the volunteer: Although she lives in Arbutus, Ms. Cogliano grew up in Pasadena, graduating from Chesapeake High School and says she still has "family and friends here."

She graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore County with a major in computer science and is the owner of the Red Rose, a flower shop in Southgate Market Place in Glen Burnie. She serves on the board of directors of Florist Telegraph Delivery.

Ms. Cogliano also operates Double Trouble, an entertainment agency that provides clowns, magicians and entertainers for all occasions.

About the event: The American Heart Association celebrity waiter fund-raiser will be held from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. May 13 at Loews Annapolis Hotel. WJZ-TV weather anchor Marty Bass will be master of ceremonies for the event, which features local politicians and civic and business leaders as waiters and waitresses.

For information or tickets, contact the heart association at 841-2551.

"Volunteer Spotlight" is compiled by Kevin Harrison. To recommend someone, call the Anne Arundel Bureau, 315-8911, any time or fax information to 315-8916 or mail them to: The Sun for Anne Arundel, 8131 Ritchie Highway, Pasadena, Md. 21122.

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