People On The Move

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

July 19, 2006

County library appoints Fields

Stacey Fields has been appointed head of human resources at the Howard County Library.

She was director of human resources at United Federal Mortgage in Rockville and spent 12 years at USA Today.

Liz Lancaster, associate director, and Hope Chase, head of children's and youth services, retired in June.

Lancaster began her tenure at the library as a book mobile clerk in 1976. She became associate director in 2002.

Chase joined the library in 1976 as a branch librarian. She was appointed head of children's and youth services in 2000.

Historical society elects Lubieniecki

Karen Lubieniecki has been elected president of the Laurel Historical Society. Lisa Losito is vice president; Jim McCeney is treasurer. Marlene Frazier is recording secretary, and Jean Anastasi is corresponding secretary.

The new officers' terms began this month and run through June 2008.

The society, which operates the Laurel Museum at 817 Main St. in Laurel, also elected Michael L. Barrett, Faith Calhoun, Lawrence Eldridge, Gertrude L. Poe, Joseph Robison, Freida Weise and Jean Wilson to its board of directors.

Law firm awards scholarship to Sickles

Christopher A. Sickles, a 2006 graduate of Howard High School, has been awarded a scholarship by the Howard County law firm of Davis, Agnor, Rapaport & Skalny LLC.

Sickles, a Columbia resident who is an intern at the law firm, plans to pursue a law degree after completing an undergraduate degree at Boston College.

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