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CITY/COUNTY DIGEST

February 17, 2004

In Baltimore City

Women Entrepreneurs offers business skills course

Women Entrepreneurs of Baltimore Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides entrepreneurial training to women and men, is recruiting candidates for its next business skills training course.

The deadline to apply is March 26, and screening for the next training course will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 3. To obtain an application: 410-727-4921.

Women Entrepreneurs tries to provide an alternative path to self-sufficiency for people who have ideas for a business idea or own a business in need of development. Information: www.webinc.org.

In Baltimore County

Hannah More fund-raiser named leader of chamber

REISTERSTOWN - Donna S. Clare, director of development at Hannah More School, has been named president of the Reisterstown-Owings Mills-Glyndon Chamber of Commerce.

As president, Clare will establish direction for the chamber and provide leadership to the board of directors. She was elected by the board and chamber members. She will assume the post immediately.

Clare, a Cockeysville resident, has been a professional fund-raiser for more than 17 years. She has directed fund raising at Hannah More in Reisterstown for the past eight years.

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