Business Notes


July 27, 2008

United Way honors businessman

United Way of Central Maryland has honored George T. Heidelmaier Jr. with the Bernard Cook Meritorious Leadership Award for his work on the United Way of Central Maryland Community Partnership of Harford County.

Heidelmaier is president of It's PayDay in Bel Air. As a two-time chair of the Harford County United Way campaign and member of the partnership board, he has attracted new volunteers and re-energized the board, the organization said.

The award, named after Bernard Cook, a 15-year volunteer with the organization, recognizes community volunteers who demonstrate exceptional leadership in United Way activities.

Economic alliance leader named

J. Thomas Sadowski, a Harford County resident, has been named interim president and chief executive officer of the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore.

Sadowski has served as executive vice president of the Alliance since January 2006. As interim president, he will oversee direction of the private economic development marketing organization.

He recently was elected president of the Maryland Economic Development Association, a statewide group of economic development professionals.

He chairs Harford County's BRAC Planning Advisory Commission, and managed the county's response to BRAC - the nationwide military base realignment program - when he served as executive director of Harford County Economic Development.

Riding organization holds fundraiser

Chesapeake Therapeutic Riding will hold a "Dining to Donate" fundraiser tomorrow at Applebee's, 1225 Churchville Road, Bel Air.

Coupons are available at They must be shown to the server for the riding organization to get 10 percent of its sales.

Information: 410-569-4983.

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