Business Notes

Business Notes

March 28, 2004

Budget director of county to speak at chamber luncheon

The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce will hold a member luncheon at noon April 8 at Martin's Westminster.

Ted Zaleski, the county's budget director, will discuss the fiscal 2005 budget.

The cost is $18, and reservations are required by Thursday.

Information: 410-848-9050.

Resource center offers programs for job seekers

The Carroll County Business & Employment Resource Center offers workshops and programs to help people searching for a job or a new career.

Monthly programs include career surveys, job applications, financial workshops, computer and Internet classes, time and money management, and life changes.

Registration is required. For a detailed schedule of workshops, visit BERC at 224 N. Center St., Westminster.

Information: 410-386-2820.

Stoehr Companies donates time, sand to Century High

The Stoehr Companies of Eldersburg recently donated more than 13 tons of sand for the triple- and long-jump pits at Century High School.

Stoehr employees also cleaned and refurbished the athletic pits before adding the sand. Century High is within walking distance of Stoehr's corporate offices.

Stoehr has performed several renovation projects for Carroll County schools, including work at Century and Westminster High last year.

The Stoehr Companies is a commercial general contracting and construction management firm.

Eldersburg office wins national honors

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage's Eldersburg office was ranked sixth among last year's top 10 offices nationwide for the Coldwell Banker Home Protection Plan at the National Leadership Awards.

The Coldwell Banker Home Protection Plan protects the home's buyer and seller from unexpected repair bills before and after the sale.

Jan Hagedorn, branch vice president of the Eldersburg office, accepted the award.

The Eldersburg office also received the Top Office Success Rate Award.

Coldwell Banker names top Carroll sales agents

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has announced its top Carroll County sales agents for last month.

Eldersburg: Jane Schneider.

Hampstead: Bob and Sherri Fales.

Mount Airy: Karen Sellers.

Westminster: Vernon Smith.

Appraiser completes graduate program

Uniontown appraiser C. Robert Harrison of Harrison Appraisals, LLC, recently completed the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts graduate program in early Southern history and decorative arts.

The four-week program -- held in partnership with the University of North Carolina, Greensboro -- allows participants to study 18th-century and early 19th-century Southern furniture, pottery, silver and architecture in a historical context.

The program focused on the decorative arts of the Southern backcountry.

Harrison, an accredited and certified appraiser who specializes in American furniture and folk art, has also studied at the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum in Delaware and Colonial Williamsburg.

Hampstead resident joins Regal Bank & Trust

Kelli A. Dell has joined Regal Bank & Trust as branch manager and assistant vice president for the Westminster location.

Dell was most recently with K Bank and was previously with Farmers and Mechanics Bank.

A Hampstead resident, Dell attended Mount St. Mary's College and is active in numerous professional and civic organizations.

Regal Bank & Trust's headquarters is in Owings Mills.

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