River Hill Garden Center will hold a Spring ExpoThe River...

Business Digest

March 30, 1998

River Hill Garden Center will hold a Spring Expo

The River Hill Garden Center, 12165 Clarksville Pike, Clarksville, will hold a Spring Expo on Saturday and Sunday.

The Expo will include the opening of the center's greenhouse and landscape design center.

Gardening, planting and landscape seminars, refreshments, and entertainment for children, including a petting zoo and face paintings, are planned.

Tickets will be sold for a raffle to benefit the newly created River Hill Scholarship Fund during the Expo and Easter weekends. A scholarship will be awarded in May to a graduating River Hill High School senior pursuing a four-year college degree in environmental or natural sciences.

Prizes and in-kind services have been donated by the Garden Center and other businesses.

River Hill Garden Center was incorporated in 1989 by county residents Steve and Cathy Klein.

Meeting Planners Inc. will assist osteopathic groups

Meeting Planners Inc., an Ellicott City-based company, has been selected to assist the American Osteopathic Healthcare Association and the American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians with their annual meetings in Aspen, Colo. and Palm Beach, Fla.

Meeting Planners will be responsible for the exhibitor prospectus, tours and on-site exhibitor and meeting management.


Sharon K. Shannon, formerly a loan specialist for NationsBank, has been named commercial credit officer for the Columbia Bank, a full-service commercial bank with headquarters in Howard County. She will perform financial analyses on new commercial loans and renewals, develop loan renewal tracking procedures, assist loan officers with new business development and oversee loan documentation and administrative functions.

Kevin J. McNulty has been named broker for Resource Enterprises Inc. of Laurel. He is vice president of the company, a full-service Baltimore/Washington-based commercial real estate firm.

Pub Date: 3/30/98

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