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November 17, 2003

Ascend One Corp.'s Lucas testifies on Capitol Hill

Clarky Lucas of Ascend One Corp. was a speaker last month at "Voices for AmeriCorps: 100 Hours of National Services Testimony" in Washington, a lobbying effort for legislators on Capitol Hill.

Lucas, a corporate communications specialist with the Columbia firm, testified in favor of expanding AmeriCorps from 50,000 to 75,000 members.

Ascend One and its family of businesses provide services to help consumers save money and get out of debt. The company is a champion of AmeriCorps, a volunteer domestic service program in which participants receive small stipends or education awards to serve community needs.

CA selects Joan Lovelace as golf general manager

Joan Lovelace has been selected by the Columbia Association to be the organization's new general manager and head golf professional.

She will be in charge of the operation of Hobbit's Glen and Fairway Hills golf clubs. The new position is part of a management restructuring of the Columbia Association's golf operations.

Lovelace has been head pro and manager of Fairway Hills since it opened in 1995. She began her golf career with the Columbia Association as a shop attendant at Hobbit's Glen and worked her way up to become assistant pro at the golf course.

She is a founding member of the board of First Tee of Howard County, a program intended to introduce youths to golf.

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