Financial seminar for women scheduled at St. Paul's...


May 21, 2000

Financial seminar for women scheduled at St. Paul's Church

Edward Jones will present an educational seminar, "Smart Women Finish Rich," for women of all ages at 7 p.m. Thursday at St. Paul's United Church of Christ in Westminster.

The seminar is based on the best-selling book by David Bach and focuses on seven steps to help women lead a richer life.

Women will learn how to put their money where their values are, determine where they stand financially and prepare financially for retirement, security and dreams.

The seminar is free, but reservations are required. The church is at West Green and Bond streets.

Information: 410-848-4830.

Anchor Pharmacies buys Washington Heights store

Anchor Pharmacies of Hampstead has announced its 16th acquisition with the purchase of Washington Heights Pharmacy in Westminster.

The new store represents $4 million in annual sales of medical services and supplies.

Anchor will keep Washington Heights' staff of 12 and former owners, G. Lawrence Hogue and Arthur Riley.

Sunshine Safley honored by Farmers & Mechanics

SunshineSafley recently was presented with the Rookie of the Year Award by Farmers & Mechanics Bank.

The bank annually honors its employees through the "Supporting Our Associates through Reward and Recognition" program.

Safley works at the Englar Road office in Westminster. She joined the bank as a teller last year and was promoted to a sales position.

She was honored for giving extra help to customers, sharing her knowledge with fellow employees and having expertise in FDIC insurance.

Mount Airy chiropractor attends series of seminars

Dr. David Koronet of the Mount Airy Chiropractic Center recently attended a series of seminars sponsored by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Practitioners and the Maryland Chiropractic Association.

Topics included shoulder problems, nutrition, women's issues, herbal remedies, weight training injuries and evaluations.

Koronet is a certified chiropractor and chiropractic sports practitioner.

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