Business Notes

Business Notes

August 22, 2004

Chamber holding membership luncheon at noon Sept. 9

The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce will hold a member luncheon at noon Sept. 9 at the Westminster Riding Club, 366 N. Colonial Ave.

Marjorie Lohnes, supervisor of career and technology for Carroll County schools, will discuss "New Academies in Public Schools: Rigor, Relevance and Partnerships."

She will explain how the county schools are partnering with the financial and engineering communities to connect quality education with industry standards and needs.

The cost is $18, and reservations are required by Sept. 2.

The Chamber of Commerce is at 700 Corporate Center, Suite L, in Westminster.

Information: 410-848-9050.

Princess Shopping Center now has Rita's Ices outlet

Rita's Ices, Cones, Shakes and Other Cool Stuff has opened in the Princess Shopping Center on Liberty Road in Eldersburg.

The shop offers more than 25 flavors of Italian ices, frozen custard, the Misto shake, and the Gelati, which are combinations of custard and Italian ice.

Richard and Lynn Neith own Rita's, which features freshly made Italian ices daily.

Store hours are from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily through Labor Day, then the store will be open from noon to 9 p.m. daily.

Several new associates join SportsCare & Rehab

Maryland SportsCare & Rehab has announced several new additions to its offices.

Rhoger Villalon, physical therapist, has joined the Owings Mills office. He is a graduate of the Maryland School of Medicine with a master's degree in physical therapy.

Angela Joseph, certified athletic trainer, is the new athletic trainer at the Owings Mills office and head athletic trainer at South Carroll High School. She is a graduate of the University of Charleston, in West Virginia.

Jessica Germeroth, certified athletic trainer, has joined the Eldersburg office. She is a graduate of Campbell University with a degree in athletic training. She will be the head athletic trainer at Liberty High School.

Maryland SportsCare & Rehab offers comprehensive physical and occupational therapy, as well as athletic training.

Attorney Tiedemann joins firm of Coover & Barr

Steven L. Tiedemann of Finksburg has joined the law firm of Coover & Barr in Columbia.

With that addition, the firm's new name will change to Coover, Barr & Tiedemann, effective tomorrow.

A 1996 honors graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law, Tiedemann served as law clerk to the Honorable Glenn T. Harrell Jr. of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals in 1996-1997, and later as an assistant attorney general in the contract litigation unit of the Maryland attorney general's office.

He has practiced with Coover & Barr since April 2002. He will continue to practice in the real estate, construction, government contracts and civil litigation unit.

Tristar Martial Arts holds charity golf tourney

Tristar Martial Arts of Eldersburg held a golf tournament that raised more than $10,000 for the Parkinson Foundation.

The center has a student, Jeff Shinholt, 41, who has Young Onset Parkinson's Disease. The father of five has a goal of raising $1 million for the Parkinson Foundation by running in the Baltimore Running Festival.

Tristar is accepting donations on Shinholt's behalf. To make a donation or for information on the running festival: 410-549- 7827.

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