Office consultants in Westminster serve three counties...

Business Notes

April 21, 2002

Office consultants in Westminster serve three counties

DML Office Consulting LLC has announced its opening in Westminster.

The company works with businesses on administrative services and onsite training for support staff and managers.

The company procures services for new businesses, hires administration personnel, customizes projects and offers specialized services such as travel arrangements and seminar and event planning.

The office services Carroll, Baltimore and Frederick counties and expects to expand statewide within six months.

Information: 410-848-3340.

Finksburg Jiffy Mart honored by Health Dept.

Jiffy Mart of Finksburg recently received a Certificate of Merit Award from the Carroll County Health Department for outstanding food-handling practices and for the cleanliness of its operation.

The award was presented by the Bureau of Environmental Health.

Polly Wise, general manager of the Convenience Store Division, accepted the award for Tevis Oil.

Taneytown agent certified in long-term care services

Roger Diehl, an agent with Prudential Financial Inc. in Taneytown, has earned the Certified Long Term Care (CLTC) designation from the Corporation for Long Term Care Certification.

Candidates must complete a curriculum on topics such as long-term care and insurance, aging in America, Medicaid, Medicare, estate and financial planning, long-term care tax law and long-term care services.

Prudential has published a booklet for consumers about long-term care insurance that is available from the Taneytown office.

Cattails County Florist opens in Woodbine center

Cattails County Florist has announced its opening in the Woodbine Shopping Center.

The full-service florist, owned by Kim Sellman, has 20 years of experience in offering fresh-cut flowers, plants, balloons, fruit and gift baskets, and silk and fresh arrangements.

Daily deliveries to Carroll and Howard counties are available. The shop has a private consultation room for wedding and funeral planning.

Cattails is at 7627 Woodbine Road. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. weekdays and 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays.

Information: 410-552-3900.

Sykesville chef competes in contest run by SYSCO

Baldwin's Station executive chef Donald Spence recently was chosen as one of four chefs from the Baltimore area to compete in a contest sponsored by SYSCO Foods, one of the largest food distributors in the nation.

He won the honor at the SYSCO Baltimore Platinum Chef Contest held at the Baltimore Convention Center. Chefs were required to prepare a lamb dish and a complete meal in one hour.

A 2001 mid-Atlantic regional chef's competition award winner, Spence created a Caribbean lamb rack with Caribbean fruit compote and potatoes Anna.

He will travel to New York Wednesday to be awarded two medals from the International Food Service Executives Association, of which he is a member. Spence is featured in several cookbooks.

Baldwin's Station is on Main Street in Sykesville.

Westminster AAA office moves to business park

The AAA mid-Atlantic office in Westminster recently moved to the new Westminster Gateway business park on Route 140.

The office has been open for more than 40 years, half of that time on Route 140 across from TownMall. It has grown from three employees who sold insurance and helped clients with mapping services to a full-service travel and insurance agency with 12 employees.

AAA serves its clients with travel counseling, exclusive members-only maps and tour books.

The new office is at 1030 Baltimore Blvd. near the Maryland State Police barracks.

Information: 410-821-3912.

Long & Foster recognizes top agents of last month

Long & Foster Real Estate has announced its top agents for last month.

Eldersburg: Allen and Joyce Codd, top producers and sellers; Mark Glannon, top lister.

Finksburg: Linda Beverly, top producer, seller, lister and agent with the most new listings.

Hampstead: Lee Josephs, top producer; Carol Thompson, top seller; John Parkent, top lister and agent with the most new listings.

Taneytown: Stephanie Myers, top producer, seller, lister and agent with the most new listings.

Westminster: Judy Ingram, top producer; Tom Hayes, top lister and seller; John and Bonnie Speak and Paul Steger, agents with the most new listings.

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