December 14, 2012
Her story: Liz Ehrlich, 31, grew up in Glen Rock, N.J. She is a care manager for CIGNA. Her mother, Jackie Ehrlich, is an executive assistant at a law firm in downtown Baltimore. Her stepfather, Alan Davis, is the owner of Princeton Sports in Columbia. Her father is deceased. His story: Matt Wyman, 31, grew up in Towson. He is a lawyer. His father, Steve Wyman, is a District Court judge in Baltimore County. His mother, Jacqui Dawson, is a Circuit Court master in Baltimore County.
November 26, 2012
The Laurel chapter of Business Network International will hold a Visitor's Day on Thursday, Dec. 6 from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at Famous Dave's Restaurant, 14140 Baltimore Ave. BNI is a word-of-mouth referral organization with 95 chapters in Maryland and thousands of chapters worldwide. At weekly meetings, BNI chapters offer members a structured, supportive environment for developing business relationships and referrals. Visitors are encouraged to bring at least 50 business cards to Visitor's Day. For more information on BNI or to reserve a place for Visitor's Day, contact Don Thomas at 301-604-8700.
September 14, 2012
Flea market and sales Christ Episcopal Church's annual flea market, bake and book sale will be held, rain or shine, beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, at 6800 Oakland Mills Road. Grilled hamburgers, hot dogs, sodas, water and coffee will be available for purchase. Proceeds will be used to support the church's outreach, youth services and other goals. Information: 410-381-9365. AAUW networking The American Association of University Women hosts a networking and socializing event at 5 p.m. Monday, Sept.
August 8, 2012
A 27-year-old Takoma Park man, who drove women to locations in the Annapolis area for the purposes of prostitution, has been charged with numerous counts of human trafficking and prostitution. Freddy Leguisamon was arrested last month by Annapolis police, after an investigation that combined the efforts of several law enforcement and government agencies. He faces 54 counts of general prostitution, eight counts of receiving compensation from human trafficking, five counts of taking another person to a place for the purpose of human trafficking, and four counts of operating a prostitution business.
July 4, 2012
Varsity Hoops games to aid former coach Pompey Two basketball games featuring Dunbar and Edmondson alumni, along with an after-party, will take place July 14 to raise money to help cover medical costs for legendary high school basketball and football coach Pete Pompey , who has Alzheimer's disease. Ads in the event's program can be purchased; costs are as follows: one-eighth page is $15 (best for business cards); a quarter-page is $20; half-page is $50; full page is $60; back page is $100; patron ads are $1. All ads will be in black and white.
July 3, 2012
Two benefit basketball games featuring Dunbar and Edmondson alumni will take place Saturday, July 14 along with an after-party to raise money to help cover medical costs for legendary high school basketball and football coach Pete Pompey, who has Alzheimer's Disease. You can help by purchasing an ad in the event's program to promote your business or simply show your support. Costs for the ads are as follows based on size: 1/8 page is $15 (best for business cards); 1/4 page is $20; 1/2 page is $50; full page is $60; back page is $100; patron ads are $1. All ads will be in black and white.