About 50 businesses plan to participate in annual job...

Business Notes

October 18, 1998

About 50 businesses plan to participate in annual job fair

The second annual Job Service Employer Committee Job Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the National Guard Armory in Westminster.

About 50 businesses are expected to participate, with professional, managerial, technical, administrative, clerical, retail, sales, hospitality and food service jobs to discuss.

The event is sponsored by Carroll Community College, the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, and the Carroll County Business & Employment Resource Center.

Information: 410-876-8373.

Beer and wine license issued to Fat Cat Cafe

The Board of License Commissioners of Carroll County has approved a request for a Class B beer and wine license at the Fat Cat Cafe in Westminster.

Cynthia A. Ewing applied for the license for the cafe, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner at 172 E. Main St. She intends to increase the seating capacity, expand hours of operation and offer beer and wine on the menu.

Several witnesses testified on her behalf.

The board also conditionally approved an application for transfer of a Class B beer, wine and liquor license to Linda G. and Jeffery S. Jackson Sr. to operate Fiestas Restaurant in Westminster.

The couple has formed a corporation, J. L.J. Management Inc., to operate the restaurant, which they have taken over from John H. Shenasky III.

Several people testified against issuing Linda Jackson a liquor license, saying she operated the restaurant in a disruptive manner and allowed patrons to use areas for parking that were not on the restaurant property.

The board approved the license on the conditions that Jackson be certified or registered for a Techniques of Alcohol Management class before the license can be transferred; Jackson must submit quarterly reports showing the percentage of food sales in relation to alcohol sales; and parking must be limited to the paved area around the restaurant.

Two county Realtors recognized for service

Two Carroll County Realtors were nominated for the Maryland Association of Realtors Community Service Award.

Peter O'Sullivan of Eldersburg and Robert Tabler Jr. of Sykesville were among 11 nominees from the state.

The Community Service Award honors Realtors who have set high standards of involvement and commitment to their

communities.

Smallville Graphics finishes 25th original logo design

Smallville Graphics, a New Windsor-based graphic design studio, recently completed its 25th original logo design.

The design appears on Earthwood Builders' corporate stationery and vehicles.

Owner Kathi Channell-Beard also has created logos for the Rape Crisis Intervention Service of Carroll County and Dancing Made Easy in Westminster.

A home-based studio, Smallville Graphics has served clients in Virginia and New Hampshire, as well as locally, and provided consultation to firms in Utah and New York.

Pub Date: 10/18/98

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