Arundel trade council sets Power Breakfast NetworkAnne...


July 20, 1998

Arundel trade council sets Power Breakfast Network

Anne Arundel Trade Council will hold its monthly Power Breakfast Network from 8 a.m. to 9: 30 a.m. Wednesday at Herrington on the Bay in Friendship.

The Power Breakfast Network includes informal networking, breakfast and presentations by three trade council members. The cost is $20 at the door and $25 for nonmembers. Information: 410- 757-6709.

Picnic, Bowie Baysox game planned for business mixer

Anne Arundel Trade Council and 13 other business organizations in Anne Arundel and Prince George's counties will play host to a joint business mixer at the Bowie Baysox on July 29.

The event begins at 4: 30 p.m. at Rip's Park Place and includes a picnic. A cash bar for beer and wine will be available. The game begins at 7: 05 p.m. Members and their guests pay $15; $10 for children ages 5 to 12. Children younger than age 5 are admitted free. Information: 410-757-6709.

Heart association to honor Annapolis businessman

The American Heart Association is honoring community leader George Benson of Benson Motors of Annapolis at its sixth annual Heart Ball on Nov. 14. Benson has worked and lived in the Annapolis community for more than 30 years and is a supporter of such causes as the American Heart Association, the Anne Arundel Medical Center Foundation and the Rotary Club Foundation of Annapolis.

Benson sits on the boards of the Anne Arundel Medical Center Foundation, Western Maryland College, Annapolis Bank & Trust and the Capital Campaign Committee of Cavalry United Methodist Church.

The 1998 Heart Ball will take place at Loews Hotel in Annapolis. Proceeds from the event will benefit the American Heart Association's work to battle heart disease and stroke.

Information: 1-888-514-5867, Ext. 530.

Names in the news

Dr. Richard Colgan of Annapolis has been installed as 50th president of the Maryland Academy of Family Physicians. The organization is the largest professional medical specialty society Maryland. Its membership of 1,200 consists of practicing family and resident physicians and medical students.

Michael Davidson, president of City Express Courier Service Inc. of Laurel, was recently elected to the 1998-1999 board of directors for the Messenger Courier Association of the Americas. MCAA is the independent, nonprofit trade association representing the messenger, courier and delivery service industry in the United States and abroad.

! Pub Date: 7/20/98

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