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CARROLL COUNTY BRIEFS

April 24, 1994

County takes bids for fire training building

Carroll County's volunteer firefighters have been unable to train for 16 months in the "burn building" beside the Emergency Operations Center on Washington Road because of safety problems, center officials say.

But that may be corrected soon. Last week, the county took bids from five construction companies for repairs to the building.

County fire officials no longer could set fires inside the structure for training classes because the building had deteriorated so severely under the roof.

Bids for the work ranged from $105,000 to $179,000, said Thomas Crum, chief of the Bureau of Purchasing.

The low bid was submitted by Waynesboro Construction Co.

The high bid came from the Washington Building Construction Inc. Other bids were from Lake Falls Construction Inc., $107,900; South Carroll Contractors Inc., $128,200; and Allied Contractors,

Annual juried art show to open at college

The annual Kathryn H. Wentz Juried Art Show, a gathering of the best work by senior art majors at Western Maryland College, will open tomorrow in the college's Gallery One.

A reception for participating artists will be held at 7 p.m. the same day in the gallery, on the upper floor of the Hoover Library. Gallery One is open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Kathryn H. Wentz exhibition was established in 1985 by Harold Wentz in honor of his wife. Mr. Wentz, formerly of Hanover, Pa., received instruction from Western Maryland's Art Department. A retired pharmacist, he now resides in Ghent, Ky.

A requirement for all graduating art majors, the show displays the best of their four years of artwork.

The Wentz exhibition will continue through May 13. Information: 857-2599 or 876-2055, Ext. 599.

County commissioners to honor 3 employees

The Carroll County commissioners will recognize Delores Blubaugh, Alan Owens and Barbara Staub with the quarterly Employee Appreciation Award at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in Room 300A of the County Office Building.

All three employees are being recognized for their commitment to the mission of the county commissioners and for performing their jobs with dedication and professionalism.

The Employee Appreciation Award is a peer recognition in which employees nominate co-workers for the award. The employee ombudsman selects recipients.

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