HCC vice president appointed chairman of State Arts...

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March 11, 2002

HCC vice president appointed chairman of State Arts Council

Ronald X. Roberson, vice president of academic affairs at Howard Community College, has been named chairman of the Maryland State Arts Council, an agency of the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development.

Roberson, who was appointed to the Arts Council's board by Gov. Parris N. Glendening in October 1998, had been serving as the board's vice chairman.

Greenfield to be sponsor of benefit Chocolate Ball

B. James Greenfield, president of Columbia Builders, will be presenting sponsor for the Fifth Annual Chocolate Ball on Saturday at the Kossiakoff Center, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, North Laurel. The ball will benefit the Arc of Howard County, an organization providing programs and services to children and adults with developmental disabilities.

Greenfield, a longtime supporter of the Arc, was presented with the group's Outstanding Individual Award at its annual meeting. As a memorial to his late son, Mark, the Arc named a courtyard in its Ellicott City headquarters Greenfields Cafe.

Hoerster named to board of agency aiding children

Jeffrey H. Hoerster, senior vice president of operations with Columbia National Inc., a mortgage lender and servicing company, has been elected to the board of directors of the Children of Separation and Divorce Center Inc.

The Columbia resident is a founding member of the League of Mortgage Lenders and a member of Leadership Howard County.

Children of Separation and Divorce, a private, nonprofit organization that helps families, has offices in Columbia and Rockville.

Baywood Design/Build wins 3 remodeling awards

Brett Schoolnick, owner of the Columbia-based Baywood Design/ Build Group, has announced that the company was named winner of three 2001 Remodeling Awards of Excellence and a Silver Merit citation in a competition sponsored by the Remodelers Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland in November.

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