Annapolis Inn B&B expands its operation to full week
The Annapolis Inn, a bed and breakfast offering deluxe accommodations and amenities, has expanded from weekend to all-week operation.
The historic building at 144 King George St., a block from City Dock and the Naval Academy grounds, was built about 1770. It is also known as the Dr. James Murray House; Murray was Thomas Jefferson's doctor for several years.
Rates start at $250 a night. The inn's president, Joseph P. Lespier, said the price reflects the demand for luxury accommodations by upscale visitors to Annapolis.
Women's networking group to hold holiday lunch Dec. 15
The Annapolis Women's Network will hold its annual holiday luncheon Dec. 15 at Governor's Grille on Main Street.
A cash bar will open at 11: 30 a.m.; introductions and announcements will follow at noon, with lunch at 12: 30 p.m. The cost is $17, and reservations must be received by Friday.
Participants may bring new slippers, umbrellas or one-size nightshirts for holiday distribution at the YWCA Domestic Violence Shelter. Information: 410-626-7800 or 410-974-0147.
Small-business retreat to offer tax, technology tips
Johnson's Business Support Group, in conjunction with Mellon Bank, will sponsor a Tools for the Millennium Small Business Retreat from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the bank, 77 West St., Suite 202, Annapolis.
Resources will be available on tax strategies, technology, government programs, networking, marketing, finances and other business strategies for the next year. Guest speakers include Richard Otero Sr., chief executive officer of EZcertify.com, as well as other business representatives.
The $25 registration fee includes materials, networking, continental breakfast and lunch. Information: 410-721-0674.
Names in the news
Virginia L. Dadds has joined McCrone Inc. of Annapolis as project manager in the institutional development and water resources group of its headquarters.
Marcia J. Hall, executive director of the West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce, has been elected president of the Maryland Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (MACCE) for 2000. MACCE provides professional development opportunities for chamber chief executives.