Business Notes


July 16, 2006|By MARCIA CEPHUS

`Buzzable' program planned by chamber

The Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce will offer a seminar from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Small Business Development Center, 2660 Riva Road, Suite 200.

The topic will be "Making Yourself Buzzable." Attendees will combine learning with networking.

The cost is $25 in advance and the program is limited to 20 attendees.

Information: 410-266-3960.

Chamber will host network breakfast

The Baltimore/Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce will offer a networking breakfast from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, hosted by BWI Airport Marriott, 1743 West Nursery Road, Linthicum.

FOR THE RECORD - An item in the July 23 Business Notes on new Annapolis Opera trustees omitted the name of a new board of trustees member and incorrectly reported the name of a new honorary trustee.
Michael Teems of Crownsville was elected as a new member of the board of trustees. Anna Marie Musterman, a former Annapolis Opera president, was elected as an honorary trustee.
The Sun regrets the errors.

Attendees will have the opportunity to promote their business and build relationships.

The cost is $20 for members prepaid, $30 for nonmembers and without prepayment.

Information: 410-725-4000, ext. 102.

Minority business groups to hold mixer

The Anne Arundel County Minority Business Enterprise Committee, the Black Chamber of Commerce of Anne Arundel County Inc., and Hensel Phelps Construction Co. will sponsor a networking mixer at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Asbury United Methodist Church, 87 West St., Annapolis.

Representatives from Hensel Phelps will discuss current and potential procurement and subcontracting opportunities.

Attendees will have the opportunity to introduce their company's product and services to decision-makers for Hensel Phelps regarding the Wesley Brown Field House Project.

Information: 410-222-7667,, or

Correct Rx awarded as small business

Correct Rx Pharmacy Services, Inc. was named Small Business of the Year by the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.

The award recognizes the dedication, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit of small businesses in Maryland.

Correct Rx is a full-service institutional pharmacy serving correctional and senior care markets.

Information: 410-654-0000.

Habitat names new executive director

The Arundel Habitat for Humanity board recently named a new executive director.

Dan Ellis, former executive director of the Pen Lucy Action Network, became executive director of Arundel Habitat for Humanity effective July 1.

Ellis replaced Jim Gourley, who will begin leading overseas building efforts with Habitat for Humanity International.

Ellis is a graduate of Bucknell University and holds a Master's of Divinity from the Alliance Theological Seminary in New York.

Information: 410-384-9212, ext. 17.

Annapolis Opera elects trustees

The Annapolis Opera elected three new Board of Trustee members, a new honorary trustee and its 2006-2007 officers at the annual member meeting.

Barbara B. Bellack, Charles Berliner and Barbara Bohl-Watkins were elected to the board of trustees. Michael Teems was elected an honorary trustee.

Officers for 2006-07 include Dennis Monk, David Mauriello, Leah L. Solat and Robert Heaney.

Information: 410-267-8135.

Renovation Station to hold artwork sale

Renovation Station, an arm of Arundel Habitat for Humanity, announced a July inventory reduction sale on all artwork and lighting.

The store is at 8101 Fort Smallwood Road.

Information: 410-974-4357.

Network 2000 elects new officers

Network 2000, a Maryland not-for-profit organization promoting the advancement of women in professional and executive positions, elected new officers for the 2006-2007 term at its annual meeting.

The new president elect is Linda R. Burton, president and founder of DRW Inc. Officers serving with Burton include Mimi Roeder Vaughan, Bonnie K. Heneson, Ellen H. Yankellow, Mary Louise Preis and Lynne Durbin.

Information: 410-654-0000.

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