Nominees are sought for partnership award The Annapolis...

Business Digest

April 03, 2000

Nominees are sought for partnership award

The Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce and county public school system are seeking nominees for their Business Partnership of the Year award, to be presented with three other education awards next month.

Nominees must be members of the Chamber of Commerce who participated in a partnership with a county school during the past year. Nomination deadline is April 14.

The winner of the business award, the county's public and private school teachers of the year, and the winner of the Innovation in Education award will be honored May 11 at the Awards for Excellence in Education dinner at the BWI Marriot. The nomination period for the teaching awards ended Friday.

Organizers also seek sponsors for the awards banquet. For a $300 sponsorship, contributors will receive four tickets to the dinner, as well as two tickets for a nominated teacher and a guest.

For information on nominations or sponsorships, contact the Chamber of Commerce at 410-268-7676.

Weems and Plath Inc. buys larger facility in Eastport

The owners of Weems and Plath Inc. in Eastport have bought a larger, more modern facility in the community to house the 47-year-old company.

Weems and Plath, at the old Trumpy Boat Yard at 222 Severn Ave., has been in business since 1953, when Capt. Philip Van Horn Weems of Annapolis joined forces with German-based C. Plath. The company makes nautical equipment and distributes navigation instruments -- mainly compasses and sextants -- across North America.

The new building at 214 Eastern Ave. will become home to the Weems and Plath warehouse and production operations, as well as its 16-employee office.

Renovations have begun at the property, where total space will be expanded to nearly 10,000 square feet after a partial second story is added. Company officials expect to move in by August.

Nominations being taken for conservation board

Nominations for an appointment to the Anne Arundel County Soil Conservation District Board of Supervisors are being accepted through Friday by the Maryland State Soil Conservation Committee.

The board member must be a county resident, able to attend monthly meetings, and have a knowledge of and interest in proper land use and the conservation of soil, water and related natural resources.

Anyone and any organization may submit a nomination. Forms are available at the office of David Myers, extension educator, at 7320 Ritchie Highway, Suite 210, Glen Burnie 21061. They also may be picked up at the Soil Conservation District office, Suite 150 of the Heritage Office Complex, 2662 Riva Road, Annapolis.

They must be sent to: State Soil Conservation Committee, Department of Agriculture, 50 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Room 306, Annapolis 21401.

Information: David Myers, 410-222-6759.

Workshop to offer tips on how to start a business

A one-day workshop on "How to Start and Manage Your Own Business" will be conducted April 18 in Annapolis by Chapter 390 of the Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE).

Six key steps in starting a business will be presented by six speakers during the program, from 8: 45 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the second-floor Chesapeake Room of the Heritage Office Complex at 2664 Riva Road.

The fee is $35. Information: 410-266-9553.

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