Business Notes

Business Notes

January 13, 2003

Christmas in April to celebrate change in name Jan. 27

Christmas in April for Anne Arundel County has changed its name to Rebuilding Together for Anne Arundel County to more closely match the national office's identity and the group's 250 affiliates across the United States.

The local organization will receive corporate support from Home Depot, Countrywide, Sprint and others.

In Anne Arundel County, Rebuilding Together will continue its 12-year tradition and mission of repairing Anne Arundel County homes. At least 25 homes will be repaired this year. Four ramps to improve entry access for low-income, disabled homeowners will be built with the help and support of Farmers Bank.

A party to celebrate the name change will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Jan. 27 at the Boatyard Bar and Grill, Fourth Street and Severn Avenue. Admission is free, and the party is open to the public. A cash bar and light fare will be available.

Information: 410-263-0405 or rtaac@yahoo.com

Intercounty Connector to be topic of BWI meeting

The officers and board of directors of the BWI Business Partnership Inc. will hold a "Spirit of Success" Breakfast Meeting at 7:45 a.m. Jan. 22, at the Embassy Suites Hotel, 1300 Concourse Drive, near Baltimore-Washington International Airport.

Douglas M. Duncan, Montgomery County executive, will be the guest speaker. The business agenda for the evening will include discussion of the proposed Intercounty Connector.

Admission is free for members and $25 for nonmembers. Reservations are requested. Information: 410-859-1000.

Partnership for Housing names 4 board members

The Partnership for Housing Foundation, founded by the Maryland Association of Realtors, has signed on four new board members.

Louis Costanzo, regional vice president of New Jersey-based Ivy Mortgage; Silvia Rodriquez, owner, Silvia International Realty in Rockville; Steve Fox, owner Realty Inc./GMAC Real Estate in Frederick; and Rochelle Brown, broker/owner, RE/MAX Realty, Columbia.

The foundation works with state and local government, nonprofit and for-profit housing organizations, dedicated to promoting home ownership.

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