Business Notes

Business Notes

April 24, 2005

Chambers of Commerce leadership seminar May 5

The Carroll County and Maryland Chambers of Commerce will hold a Disney Keys to Excellence seminar from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 5 at Martin's West in Baltimore.

The Disney institute will present leadership, management, service and loyalty skills, Disney style.

The cost is $450 for all day with lunch; $245 for two sessions; and $145 for one session.

Information: 410-848-9050.

County resource center offers job-search help

The Carroll County Business & Employment Resource Center offers a variety of workshops and programs to help individuals who are seeking a job or looking for a new career.

Monthly programs include: career aptitude and interest inventory, applying for federal jobs, writing resumes and cover letters, effective networking, computer and Internet basics, starting your own business, interviewing skills, job references and completing applications.

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

Information: 410-386-2820.

Full-service tack shop opens in Westminster

The Right Lead Tack Shop planned an opening event yesterday at 842 Littlestown Pike, Westminster.

The full-service English tack shop carries products from beastie brushes to vests and gloves for beginning to advanced riders. The store also offers tack repair, gifts, blanket cleaning and repair, blade sharpening and embroidery.

Information: 410-848-2220 or 877-848-TACK.

Carroll Technology Council adds 2 members to board

The Carroll Technology Council recently welcomed two members to its board.

Educational board member Gary Davis is the chief information officer for Carroll County public schools.

Agriculture board member Mike Bell has been the extension educator of agricultural science at the Carroll County Cooperative Extension office since 1994.

Information: 443-244-1262.

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