UNC Inc., which is folding its Annapolis corporate office after being purchased by General Electric, has donated a computer system to Ballet Theatre of Annapolis, thanks to ballet board member Sylvia Mitchell, who is on the staff of UNC's chief financial officer.
In addition to the hardware, which will bring Ballet Theatre's office system to the point at which it can take advantage of common word-processing and spreadsheet programs, the gift includes installing, programming and de-bugging the computers. UNC's David Oswald will manage the installation.
Deborah Harris, executive director of the ballet, estimates the gift's value at $1,200 to $1,500.
Brown, Delavan reappointed to development panel board
Robert J. Brown and Charles F. Delavan have been reappointed to the board of directors of the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation to new two-year terms. Brown is president of the American Banking Services Inc., which manages and buys equipment lease/loan portfolios. He was first appointed in 1995. Delavan has been a board member since the AAEDC was incorporated in 1993. He is an attorney and principal in Blumenthal & Delavan P.A. in Annapolis. AAEDC is a nonprofit entity that recruits new employers, provides loans to new and expanding businesses and gives business and economic development advice.
Pub Date: 8/06/97