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By Debra Taylor Young and Debra Taylor Young,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 16, 2002
JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS Kimberly Brambeck and Shelby Serio brought smiles of surprise and delight when they unloaded cartons of toys and clothes for Carroll County Family Center. "It's overwhelming," said Joyce Tierney, director of the center, a Westminster organization that helps needy families and others. "We can't tell you how much this will mean to the families." The cartons were filled with new toys for infants and toddlers, games, books and infant blankets. The cartons of new clothes for children and adults were carefully labeled by the two Junior Scouts as part of a community drive.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | November 18, 2013
The following Bel Air-area real estate professionals were recently honored by EXIT Realty Corp. International: • Gregory Vurganov, an agent with EXIT Preferred Realty in Bel Air, received the Silver Award which is given in recognition of achieving 50-plus closed transaction sides from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013. • Matthew Smoot, an agent with EXIT Preferred Realty in Bel Air, received the Bronze Award which is given in recognition of achieving 25-plus closed transaction sides from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013.
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By Amanda Ponko and Amanda Ponko,SUN STAFF | April 4, 2004
Girl Scouts, though famous for their cookies, have advocated leadership, courage, compassion and responsibility among young women since the 1920s - and 12-year-old Jazzmine Marr of Aberdeen is proving she possesses all these qualities and more. Jazzmine, a three-year Junior Girl Scout in Troop 1155, is raising funds to make stuffed animals at the Build-A-Bear Workshop in Towson Town Center, which will be donated to local police departments to give to scared or upset children they encounter on the job. The idea came to her, she said, after she received a stuffed animal to comfort her. Sparse donations "Someone once gave me a bear when I was upset, and it made me feel better," Jazzmine said.
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dalsimer_md@verizon.net | February 27, 2013
Boy Scout Troop 828 presented the William Bayne Scout of the Year Award for 2012 to James Heuser at its annual Court of Awards and Dinner on Feb. 14 at Havenwood Presbyterian Church, which sponsors the troop.  The award recognizes the Scout's achievements and contributions to the troop. James received his Eagle rank on Dec. 5, 2012, and has served the troop in many roles, including senior patrol leader, den chief, scribe, quartermaster and instructor, as well as serving as chaplain's aide for Philmont in 2011. Currently a junior at Loyola Blakefield High School, he initiated and is president of the Games Club, and has been a member of the chess, German and robotics Clubs. Proud parents are Leslie and Mark Heuser.  In addition to the Scout of the Year award, rank advancements were presented and new patrol leaders installed during the Court of Awards.
NEWS
December 30, 2007
The members of Junior Girl Scout Troop 857 from Bel Air have earned the Bronze Award, the highest honor at that level of scouting. The award recognizes that a Junior Girl Scout has gained the leadership and planning skills required to follow through with a project that makes a positive difference in her community, and that she has made a promise to help others, improve her community and world, and become the best she can be. To earn the award, the...
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November 19, 2012
The National Council for Marketing & Public Relations, District 1, recently awarded eight Medallion Awards to Harford Community College's Office of Marketing and Public Relations. The College received one bronze, four silver and three gold Medallion Awards for design work and publications produced by the department. Graphic designers Julie Cioccio, Meg Cotton and Cynthia Courtney received awards for their creative work. The awards, which recognized excellence in specific categories, were received for the following projects: • Gold Award - "The Power to" Marketing Campaign - Marketing Department; • Gold Award - Arena Seat Naming Print Ads - Cynthia Courtney; • Gold Award - War of 1812 Exhibit Postcard - Meg Cotton; • Silver Award - Harford Alumni Newsletter - Meg Cotton; • Silver Award - President's Annual Report to the Community - Marketing Department; • Silver Award - Employee Giving Campaign (Harford Heroes)
NEWS
March 22, 2000
Taylor Branch to discuss M. L. King with teens on Monday Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer and civil rights historian Taylor Branch will discuss "Why Should I Care About Martin Luther King" with 500 Howard County high school students from 9: 30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Mondayat Jim Rouse Theatre, Wilde Lake High School, Columbia. The invitation-only event is presented by the Howard County Poetry and Literature Society (HoCoPoLitSo). Branch will also speak at 4 p.m. Sunday at Slayton House, Wilde Lake Village Center, Columbia.
BUSINESS
September 9, 1991
HMA Sales Associates, (formerly HMA Drapery Sales), a supplier of interior furnishing items to the commercial/contract industry, relocated its offices from Columbia to Upperco in Carroll County.The Johns Hopkins University named Judith K. Broida associate dean and director of the division of business and management of the School of Continuing Studies.The Maryland Association of Health Maintenance Organizations in Annapolis elected Nannette Henderson president. She is the chief financial officer of HealthPlus.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | November 18, 2013
The following Bel Air-area real estate professionals were recently honored by EXIT Realty Corp. International: • Gregory Vurganov, an agent with EXIT Preferred Realty in Bel Air, received the Silver Award which is given in recognition of achieving 50-plus closed transaction sides from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013. • Matthew Smoot, an agent with EXIT Preferred Realty in Bel Air, received the Bronze Award which is given in recognition of achieving 25-plus closed transaction sides from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013.
BUSINESS
By Deidre Nerreau McCabe | June 18, 1995
Mid-Atlantic Country named magazine of yearMid-Atlantic Country magazine was named Magazine of the Year and received eight other awards recently at the International Regional Magazine Association's annual award ceremony in Stillwater, Okla.The magazine, owned by ESS Ventures Inc., received the following awards: Gold Award, Best Overall Design; Gold Award, Best Travel Feature; Gold Award, Best Illustrated Feature; Bronze Award, Best Natural History/Environment Feature; Bronze Award, Best Art Direction of a Lead Article; Award of Merit, Best Photo Essay; Award of Merit, Best Art Direction of a Cover; and Award of Merit, Best Department.
EXPLORE
November 19, 2012
The National Council for Marketing & Public Relations, District 1, recently awarded eight Medallion Awards to Harford Community College's Office of Marketing and Public Relations. The College received one bronze, four silver and three gold Medallion Awards for design work and publications produced by the department. Graphic designers Julie Cioccio, Meg Cotton and Cynthia Courtney received awards for their creative work. The awards, which recognized excellence in specific categories, were received for the following projects: • Gold Award - "The Power to" Marketing Campaign - Marketing Department; • Gold Award - Arena Seat Naming Print Ads - Cynthia Courtney; • Gold Award - War of 1812 Exhibit Postcard - Meg Cotton; • Silver Award - Harford Alumni Newsletter - Meg Cotton; • Silver Award - President's Annual Report to the Community - Marketing Department; • Silver Award - Employee Giving Campaign (Harford Heroes)
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | November 15, 2012
Dr. Charles E. Rath Jr. and Charles Shyab both earned the Bronze Star for their valor in battle, but neither soldier collected his medal. At a recent ceremony at Fort Meade, the two veterans, who served in battles more than two decades apart, stood together and received the Bronze Star, awarded for valor and meritorious service. Officials also awarded each a congressional citation and an American flag that has flown over the Capitol against a background of plaudits from a U.S. senator, Army officers and a roomful of young soldiers.
NEWS
December 30, 2007
The members of Junior Girl Scout Troop 857 from Bel Air have earned the Bronze Award, the highest honor at that level of scouting. The award recognizes that a Junior Girl Scout has gained the leadership and planning skills required to follow through with a project that makes a positive difference in her community, and that she has made a promise to help others, improve her community and world, and become the best she can be. To earn the award, the...
BUSINESS
April 1, 2006
Awards Helen Delich Bentley, the former congresswoman and chair of the Federal Maritime Commission, was awarded the Governor's International Leadership Award Thursday by Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. for her years of service and advocacy for Maryland and the maritime industry. The Maryland International Business Leadership Awards were presented to the following companies and executives: Cambridge International, Roger Crow, director of business development; Discovery Communications, Judith McHale, president and CEO; In Vitro Technologies, Paul M. Silber, president and CEO; Laureate Education, Augusto Failde Sr., vice president; Quantum Sail Design Group, Larry Leonard.
NEWS
By Amanda Ponko and Amanda Ponko,SUN STAFF | April 4, 2004
Girl Scouts, though famous for their cookies, have advocated leadership, courage, compassion and responsibility among young women since the 1920s - and 12-year-old Jazzmine Marr of Aberdeen is proving she possesses all these qualities and more. Jazzmine, a three-year Junior Girl Scout in Troop 1155, is raising funds to make stuffed animals at the Build-A-Bear Workshop in Towson Town Center, which will be donated to local police departments to give to scared or upset children they encounter on the job. The idea came to her, she said, after she received a stuffed animal to comfort her. Sparse donations "Someone once gave me a bear when I was upset, and it made me feel better," Jazzmine said.
NEWS
By Debra Taylor Young and Debra Taylor Young,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 16, 2002
JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS Kimberly Brambeck and Shelby Serio brought smiles of surprise and delight when they unloaded cartons of toys and clothes for Carroll County Family Center. "It's overwhelming," said Joyce Tierney, director of the center, a Westminster organization that helps needy families and others. "We can't tell you how much this will mean to the families." The cartons were filled with new toys for infants and toddlers, games, books and infant blankets. The cartons of new clothes for children and adults were carefully labeled by the two Junior Scouts as part of a community drive.
BUSINESS
April 1, 2006
Awards Helen Delich Bentley, the former congresswoman and chair of the Federal Maritime Commission, was awarded the Governor's International Leadership Award Thursday by Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. for her years of service and advocacy for Maryland and the maritime industry. The Maryland International Business Leadership Awards were presented to the following companies and executives: Cambridge International, Roger Crow, director of business development; Discovery Communications, Judith McHale, president and CEO; In Vitro Technologies, Paul M. Silber, president and CEO; Laureate Education, Augusto Failde Sr., vice president; Quantum Sail Design Group, Larry Leonard.
NEWS
dalsimer_md@verizon.net | February 27, 2013
Boy Scout Troop 828 presented the William Bayne Scout of the Year Award for 2012 to James Heuser at its annual Court of Awards and Dinner on Feb. 14 at Havenwood Presbyterian Church, which sponsors the troop.  The award recognizes the Scout's achievements and contributions to the troop. James received his Eagle rank on Dec. 5, 2012, and has served the troop in many roles, including senior patrol leader, den chief, scribe, quartermaster and instructor, as well as serving as chaplain's aide for Philmont in 2011. Currently a junior at Loyola Blakefield High School, he initiated and is president of the Games Club, and has been a member of the chess, German and robotics Clubs. Proud parents are Leslie and Mark Heuser.  In addition to the Scout of the Year award, rank advancements were presented and new patrol leaders installed during the Court of Awards.
BUSINESS
April 13, 2001
In the Region City gets 3 bids for renovating vacant firehouse The former North Avenue Fire Station at 401 West North Ave. in Baltimore has attracted three proposals for redevelopment, according to Baltimore Development Corp., the city agency that solicited the bids and announced them yesterday. A developer will be selected by summer. The bids came from Steven and Renee Scott, who proposed an engineering design lab and a residential unit; a joint venture of J. Timothy Vaeth, John Lederer, Andrea Moore-Burkert and Steven Shocket, who proposed four residential units and approximately 1,200 square feet of commercial space pre-leased by coffee shop-cafM-i "The Hidden Bean;" and the Maryland Institute College of Art, which proposed a facilities management department and maintenance shop for itself.
NEWS
March 22, 2000
Taylor Branch to discuss M. L. King with teens on Monday Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer and civil rights historian Taylor Branch will discuss "Why Should I Care About Martin Luther King" with 500 Howard County high school students from 9: 30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Mondayat Jim Rouse Theatre, Wilde Lake High School, Columbia. The invitation-only event is presented by the Howard County Poetry and Literature Society (HoCoPoLitSo). Branch will also speak at 4 p.m. Sunday at Slayton House, Wilde Lake Village Center, Columbia.
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