Real estate company collects new toys in holiday drive...


November 18, 2001

Real estate company collects new toys in holiday drive

Long & Foster Real Estate is holding its 12th annual toy drive today through Dec. 14 at all offices in the state.

Donors can drop off new toys that are not gift-wrapped to Long & Foster offices in Eldersburg, Finksburg, Hampstead, Taneytown and Westminster.

Toys will be distributed to disadvantaged children in the county through the Marine Corps' Toys for Tots campaign.

Disaster response center honors 10 employees

Brethren Service Center recently honored 10 employees at its annual recognition dinner.

Honored for their years of service were:

25 years: Caroline Garber, Virginia Long, Helen Stonesifer, Loretta Wolf.

20 years: Ed Leiter.

15 years: Maria Capusan, Carol Hulver, Linda Mathis, Rosella Reese.

Five years: Ellen Hall.

Brethren Service Center in New Windsor houses six nonprofit organizations that deal with emergency and disaster response worldwide.

Real estate business names top agents

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA Realtors has announced its top Carroll County agents of last month.

Eldersburg: Jane Schneider, top lister; Ellene Pelovitz, top seller.

Hampstead: Douglas Johnson, top lister; Val Balaz, top seller.

Mount Airy: Pat Plum, top lister; Frannie Morris, top seller.

Westminster: Judy Gill, top lister; Gwenn and Gary Bockelmann, top sellers.

New Song Guitar Center sold to two musicians

New Song Guitar Center in Westminster was recently bought by Diedra and Carlson Eby.

John and Marie Pepsin opened the music store 24 years ago.

Diedra Eby attended Berklee College of Music. She plays and teaches piano, French horn, flute and oboe.

Carlson Eby also attended Berklee and plays the saxophone, drums and guitar. He is a repair technician.

New Song Guitar Center carries new and used musical instruments and accessories and offers rentals, repairs and lessons.

The store is at 140 Village Shopping Center.

Information: 410-848-7433.

Baltimore Sun Articles
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.