Business Notes

BUSINESS NOTES

August 17, 2008

Free bankruptcy workshops offered

O'Herlihy Law is offering free, weekly workshops on "What You Should Know If You Are Considering Bankruptcy," 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. every Thursday beginning Aug. 28 at the law office, 100 Ridgely Ave. in west Annapolis.

Workshop topics include: an explanation of bankruptcy and its consequences; how to determine whether bankruptcy is the right next step; and the difference between chapters 7, 11 and 13.

Pre-registration is recommended.

Information: 443-270-3198 or hil@ohlaw.net.

Chamber to hold work force seminar

The Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce will hold a seminar, Changing Face of the Workforce: Multi-Generational Recruitment, 8:30 a.m. to noon, Sept. 25, at University of Maryland University College Dorsey Station, 6865 Deerpath Road, Elkridge.

The seminar is part of a series of programs that address work force recruitment and retention issues.

The cost is $49 for prepaid Chamber members, $79 for non-members and members who do not prepay.

Information: 301-725-4000 or 410-792-9714.

Northwoods Restaurant closes

Russell Brown, owner and head chef of Northwoods Restaurant in West Annapolis, announced the restaurant has closed, effective yesterday.

Northwoods Restaurant was ranked first for Best Chef, Best Presentation/Plating and Best Prix Fixe by What's Up? Magazine, and was a finalist in the Most Romantic Restaurant category in the Capital's poll.

LAA names interim executive director

The Board of Directors of Leadership Anne Arundel (LAA) has named Patrick M. Lee Jr. as interim executive director of the organization. He is a graduate of LAA's Flagship Class of 2002.

Lee has a background in organizational development, strategic planning, and analysis of operational and financial systems.

He was president of LAA's board of directors from 2006 to 2008 and also served on LAA's Strategic Planning Committee, the Program Committee, and the Marketing Committee.

Marcia Cephus

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