Grant-A-Wish needs contractors for beach condo The...

Industry Watch

July 11, 1999

Grant-A-Wish needs contractors for beach condo

The Grant-A-Wish Foundation needs the help of skilled contractors to help complete a beachfront condominium home in Ocean City for use by families of children with life-threatening illnesses.

The home will be available to Grant-A-Wish families for one-week vacations free of charge. It will also be used for pediatric support groups and will allow families in similar situations to spend time together and offer each other support.

Grant-A-Wish is seeking skilled carpenters, contractors, painters, roofers, electricians and plumbers to volunteer their free time in July, August and September in order to finish work on the facility this fall. For more information, call Linda Krach at 410-242-1549.

News in Brief

The American Institute of Building Designis offering a free guidebook for consumers considering building a new home or remodeling. The 16-page booklet, titled "A Guide to Residential Design Specialists," includes money-saving tips, steps to hiring a good designer and other information. Call 800-366-2423.

On the Move

The Real Estate Centre of Pasadena said Katherine Zimmerman-Scherr and Gail Lincoln have joined the company.

1st Mariner Mortgage Corp. said Christie Woytowitz has been appointed senior loan officer. Woytowitz joined the company in October 1997.

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