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April 14, 2003

Three representing Hunan Manor win HCC service award

Robert Foo, Kevin Tong and Tak Wong received Howard Community College's 2002 Gayle C. Heitlinger Award on behalf of Hunan Manor Restaurant on March 17. The Columbia restaurant was honored for its exceptional service to the college and its students.

Hunan Manor has donated 100 percent of the proceeds from its annual buffet dinner to scholarships for the college's Silas Craft Collegians Program. Since the restaurant's first fund-raiser for the program in 2000, the event has raised more than $20,000.

The Silas Craft Collegians is a program of mentoring and peer reinforcement for high school students with undeveloped potential. The program leads to an associate of arts degree.

Businesswomen to hear about gardening and health

Susan Helsel of Metzler's Garden Center in Columbia will discuss "Gardening for the Health of It" at the April meeting today of the Columbia chapter of the American Business Women's Association.

The dinner meeting will be held at the Sheraton Hotel in Columbia.

Gorjons are honored at home, garden show

Donna and Mario Gorjon, owners of Green Angels Landscaping of Columbia, received a first-place award at the Maryland Home and Garden Show last month for their contemporary interpretation of historic gardens of Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park in Ellicott City.

Mario Gorjon and landscape architect Mark Storch collaborated on the design.

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