* Crosby Communications, the Annapolis-based marketing...

NEWS BRIEFS

October 24, 1994

* Crosby Communications, the Annapolis-based marketing, design and ad firm, has completed design of a new logo for the Capital Plaza Mall in Landover Hills. The new design, featuring a festive shopping bag, will be used throughout the mall in its signage, stationery, materials and advertising.

* Charlestown Retirement Community raised more than $100,000 for its benevolent care fund at a recently held gala at the life care and retirement community located in Catonsville.

* Wagner Appliance Parts, located in Timonium, has initiated a point of purchase 10 percent discount, through March 1, 1995, to customers who give a contribution of nonperishable foodstuffs to the South Baltimore Homeless Shelter. For more information, call 252-1454.

Open for business

* Horizon Travel, a new full-service travel agency, has opened in the Oakland Center in Columbia.

* Pride Technologies, a computer integration firm based in Edison, N.J., has opened on North Charles Street.

* Adjustable Rate Analysis Inc., adjustable rate auditors, opened its offices in Glyndon.

On the board

* The RP Foundation Fighting Blindness announced that Ralph Del Deo and William Earley have been named to the board of trustees.

* Integrated Health Services appointed George H. Strong to a seat on the board of directors.

Kudos

* Hammond & Associates, Annapolis-based architects, won the Merit Award for Design Excellence from the American Institute of Architects, Maryland Society.

Trade organizations

* C. W. Amos & Co. has been admitted to membership in the Construction Industry CPA's/Consultants Association.

* Food Service Equipment Distributors Association, Columbia chapter, elected Ken Roderick president.

* National Academy of Forensic Engineers has named Norman L. Cooper a senior member.

* American College of Radiology has admitted Drs. Sheldon B. Bearman and John D. Reeder as fellows.

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