Home-buying workshop planned in GreenmountThe Hampstead...

Business Notes

February 09, 1997

Home-buying workshop planned in Greenmount

The Hampstead office of O'Conor, Piper & Flynn will sponsor a workshop, "Buying, Selling and Owning Your Home," at 7 p.m. Feb. 20 at the North Carroll branch library, Hanover Pike in Greenmount.

The topic, "creative financing," will provide prospective buyers with information regarding home investments.

Other aspects of homeownership also will be discussed.

The program is free, but reservations are required.

Information: 239-8110.

Gaylord Brooks appoints Moore to marketing post

Gaylord Brooks Realty Co. has appointed Thomas R. Moore as vice president in charge of marketing and sales for the firm's real estate development and investment company.

Gaylord Brooks developed the River Downs community in Finksburg.

Though a resident of Ruxton in Baltimore County, Moore is active in Carroll County environmental programs and activities.

He has a master's degree from the Johns Hopkins University's Allen L. Berman Institute of Real Estate Development.

Sykesville man to chair Corridor Chamber

Donald Danneman of Sykesville has been elected chairman of the board for the Baltimore/Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce.

A regional organization serving more than 650 businesses, the Corridor Chamber celebrated its 50th anniversary yesterday at its annual dinner and awards gala.

Danneman, 46, has served in various capacities with the Corridor Chamber. He and his wife, Becky, have owned and operated Danneman's Auto Service in Laurel for 25 years.

Admiral Cleaners names Gurick as general manager

Admiral Cleaners has appointed Peggy Gurick as general manager in Carroll County.

She has worked for Admiral for 12 years and was promoted from store manager of the Annapolis location.

As general manager, she will manage five stores in Sykesville, Eldersburg and Finksburg.

She also will promote several programs, including Retail Route, a pickup and delivery service for area customers; and a wet-cleaning service for washable garments.

Beer, wine and liquor licenses are approved

The Board of License Commissioners of Carroll County has announced its decision regarding several transfers and applications for beer, wine and liquor licenses.

A request for a transfer of a Class B-beer, wine and liquor license from Vincent and Joanne Lioi at Hyatt's Restaurant in Eldersburg to Michael Hyatt was approved.

A request for a transfer of a Class A-beer, wine and liquor license from Benny Kirkner at Freedom Liquors in Eldersburg to William Charles Collins Jr. was approved.

An application for a Class B-beer and wine license by Jeffrey Rendelman and Yong Qin Lei for Peking No. 1 Restaurant in Hampstead was approved.

An application for a Class B-beer, wine and liquor license by Alexander Obriecht, Lisa Kasindorf and Robert Baldini for Ruby Tuesday in Westminster was approved.

Pub Date: 2/09/97

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