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BUSINESS NOTES

March 15, 1998

Union National forms Mount Airy advisory panel

Union National Bank has formed a Mount Airy advisory board to advise on market opportunities, identify product needs and evaluate the bank's image in the community.

Larry VanSant Sr., a member of the bank's board of directors, will chair the advisory board.

Other members are:

John E. Fleming Jr. of Woodbine, president of Fleming Furniture in Mount Airy.

Frank Illiano of Mount airy, president of New York J & P Restaurant in Mount Airy.

Lee Kenneth J. Lee of Mount Airy, president and owner of Medicine Plus Pharmacies in Mount Airy, Emmitsburg, Thurmont, Brunswick and New Market.

Dr. Ronald E. Miller of Mount Airy, a practicing physician since 1981 on the staff of Frederick Memorial Hospital. The Home Business Network will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Carroll County Agriculture Center in Westminster.

Home business owners or those thinking about operating a home-based business are welcome.

The topic will be "Set-up and Manning a Booth at an Expo for Fair" in preparation for the Home Business Expo on April 4 at Carrolltown Center.

Information: 410-239-2255.

Walsh expands duties at Taneytown Bank & Trust

Taneytown Bank & Trust Co. has assigned additional responsibilities to its executive vice president and chief operating officer, Michael K. Walsh.

Effective immediately, he will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the community and business banking divisions. His duties include classic mortgage, marketing and credit.

Walsh joined the bank as chief financial officer in March 1993. He was promoted to chief operating officer in January 1997.

Relish Lane Auctioneers in Eldersburg recently donated the proceeds from the sale of two physician's examining tables to St. Agnes Hospice in Baltimore.

Bob Pickholtz, Relish Lane auctioneer, persuaded the doctor to let him sell the tables privately and donate the proceeds to St. Agnes. Children's Hospital bought the tables for more than $600.

Pickholtz has been a hospice volunteer since 1985 and has given frequently to St. Agnes and Howard County hospices through his business.

The Board of License Commissioners for Carroll County has approved the application for a Class B-Beer, Wine and Liquor License for a Mount Airy restaurant.

Mark J. James received approval for the license for Rachel's Garden, an up-scale restaurant to be opened at 200 S. Main St.

He will own the restaurant in partnership with Marion Beckwith and Charles Neuberger as Out From Under Inc.

Domser & Plummer opens 5th office for therapists

Domser & Plummer Physical Therapists have announced the opening of a new office in Hampstead.

The new office, the fifth location for the firm, is at 4231 Northwoods Trail in the new building operated by North Carroll Family Physicians.

Domser & Plummer offer general orthopedic services by qualified licensed therapists. Patricia Domser has been a physical therapist for 23 years. Shannon Sheckels also will staff the office.

Information: 410-374-4200.

Pub Date: 3/15/98

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