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September 15, 1991
Westminster resident James A. Olson has been elected to the board ofdirectors of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation of Maryland.Olson is a senior program analyst at Provident Bank of Maryland.JDF is a voluntary non-profit health agency that raises money forresearch into the treatment, prevention, cause and cure of diabetes and its complications.In its 20 years of existence, JDF has raised more than $87 million for diabetes research, more than any other non-governmental agency in the world, said JDF chairwoman Margaret Himelfarb.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | January 8, 2014
Frances G. Bell, who was considered an expert on the history of the village of Kingsville, where she lived her entire life, died Sunday of cancer at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. She was 91. The daughter of Frank C. Goettner, a Baltimore County Health Department worker, and Pauline Goettner, a seamstress, Frances Goettner was born in a second-floor bedroom of the Kingsville Inn, which had been owned by her grandparents. Today, the former hostelry in the 11700 block of Belair Road is a funeral home.
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By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Staff Writer | December 9, 1993
Officials of the Westminster Rotary Club announced the creation of the Carroll County Sports Hall of Fame yesterday in a news conference at Carroll Community College, where the hall of fame will be.The five charter members -- Charles Duppins, Charles W. Havens, Earl Hersh, George L. Stem and the late Herbert E. Ruby Jr. -- will be inducted during a benefit banquet on Jan. 19 in the college's atrium."
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By AEGIS STAFF REPORT | June 2, 2011
Eight alumni, six former staff members and a community supporter were inducted as charter members of the Edgewood High School Hall of Fame during a ceremony at the school Wednesday afternoon held in conjunction with the 2011 commencement. The 15 inductees, several whose names have become synonymous with the 57-year-old school, were selected by the Edgewood High Alumni Association and the school administration from among the more than 30 candidates nominated based on their extraordinary contributions to the success of the school and their accomplishments elsewhere.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | November 21, 1993
A hybrid of the public and private sectors is the best solution for solving Westminster's economic development woes, Stephen R. Chapin Jr. told the charter members of the Greater Westminster Development Corp. on Thursday night."Westminster is a city in transition, undergoing great growth in different areas," said Mr. Chapin, a management consultant for McKinsey & Co. Inc. of Washington. "The outskirts are different than downtown and the question is, how do we deal with this?"Mr. Chapin, a Westminster native, has volunteered his time to help form the Greater Westminster Development Corp.
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By Jill J. Lanford and Jill J. Lanford,New York Times News Service | October 28, 1990
CONCORD, N.C. -- The limousine glides silently through the speedway traffic a somber gray shadow amid a noisy jam of pickup trucks, Camaros and custom vans.As traffic slows to a crawl, a rear door of the vehicle opens and a stream of tobacco juice splatters the pavement.Meet the new breed of racing fan a man with a taste for extravagance, and sometimes for a good chew."Hot shots is what I call 'em," says one Charlotte Motor Speedway regular of the surge of monied spectators upgrading the image of this traditionally blue collar sport.
NEWS
March 31, 1991
Tau Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, an honor society for women educators, recently recognized its charter members -- Marie Amos, Mabel Andrews, Mary Wright Barnes, Dorothy Ford, Jane Gent, Kay Maisenhalder, Violet Merryman, Evelyn Walker, Dorothy Ward andFlora Wiley.Tau Chapter, founded Jan. 8, 1968 in the county, plans to expand by sponsoring another chapter in the county in April.Barbara Eitemiller is chapter president.ARMY BUYER DISTINGUISHEDCharles D. Solloway Jr. of Edgewood has been voted to the class of Fellow by the National Board of Directors of the National Contract Management Association for significant contributions in the field of contract management.
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By KATHY SUTPHIN | July 30, 1993
After nearly 53 years of perfect attendance as members of the Mount Airy Lions Club, Murray Ryan and Jack Steel continue to sing the praises of the local service organization they helped to begin.As charter members of the group, Mr. Ryan and Mr. Steel were two of the original 26 members when the club started in October 1940. While perfect attendance for this long -- under any circumstances -- is remarkable, their record is outstanding because Mr. Ryan has lived in Timonium for the past 33 years and Mr. Steel does not drive.
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By JONATHAN POWER | November 1, 1991
Lund, Sweden -- The appointment of the new secretary general of the United Nations is imminent, and with it, we should hope, a new period of U.N. activism that will make the world body do what its charter members in 1945 intended it to do -- be the force which intervenes whenever and wherever there is a threat to peace.The U.N. Charter was an immense creation of the intellectual imagination, an outcome of the peculiar horrors of World War II that stretched the minds of mankind. Tragically, for most of the post-war era, much of the charter has remained dormant, frozen in unanimated suspension by the nullifying rivalries of the Cold War.Only two times in its history has the U.N. used the ''enforcement'' procedures of the charter.
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By AEGIS STAFF REPORT | June 2, 2011
Eight alumni, six former staff members and a community supporter were inducted as charter members of the Edgewood High School Hall of Fame during a ceremony at the school Wednesday afternoon held in conjunction with the 2011 commencement. The 15 inductees, several whose names have become synonymous with the 57-year-old school, were selected by the Edgewood High Alumni Association and the school administration from among the more than 30 candidates nominated based on their extraordinary contributions to the success of the school and their accomplishments elsewhere.
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By CLARA GERMANI | August 20, 1996
MOSCOW -- An unapologetic capitalist, Marianna Romanovska always goes straight to the bottom line.Her gauge of whether Russia's young democracy is working rests on simple, personal tests:The art and adrenalin of closing a business deal, the deed to an apartment, Victo-ria's Secret and Lands' End catalogs, Self and Shape magazines, MasterCard, a health club membership.And diet yogurt, which appeared on Moscow shelves a year ago. She loves diet yogurt.Romanovska is deputy director of the Moscow office of Tiller International, a British investment firm.
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By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Staff Writer | December 9, 1993
Officials of the Westminster Rotary Club announced the creation of the Carroll County Sports Hall of Fame yesterday in a news conference at Carroll Community College, where the hall of fame will be.The five charter members -- Charles Duppins, Charles W. Havens, Earl Hersh, George L. Stem and the late Herbert E. Ruby Jr. -- will be inducted during a benefit banquet on Jan. 19 in the college's atrium."
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | November 21, 1993
A hybrid of the public and private sectors is the best solution for solving Westminster's economic development woes, Stephen R. Chapin Jr. told the charter members of the Greater Westminster Development Corp. on Thursday night."Westminster is a city in transition, undergoing great growth in different areas," said Mr. Chapin, a management consultant for McKinsey & Co. Inc. of Washington. "The outskirts are different than downtown and the question is, how do we deal with this?"Mr. Chapin, a Westminster native, has volunteered his time to help form the Greater Westminster Development Corp.
NEWS
By KATHY SUTPHIN | July 30, 1993
After nearly 53 years of perfect attendance as members of the Mount Airy Lions Club, Murray Ryan and Jack Steel continue to sing the praises of the local service organization they helped to begin.As charter members of the group, Mr. Ryan and Mr. Steel were two of the original 26 members when the club started in October 1940. While perfect attendance for this long -- under any circumstances -- is remarkable, their record is outstanding because Mr. Ryan has lived in Timonium for the past 33 years and Mr. Steel does not drive.
NEWS
By Daniel P. Clemens Jr. and Daniel P. Clemens Jr.,Staff writer | March 4, 1992
The charter board appeared as though it would emerge from yesterday's primary election largely unscathed, with seven of nine original appointed members leading in the bid to retain their seats, according toearly results.With 13 of the county's 35 precincts reporting, only challengers Richard Yates and Lanny Harchenhorn were among the topnine vote-getters in the 17-candidate race."It frightens me that people that put that much faith in the politicians," Yates said last night after being informed of early results.
NEWS
By JONATHAN POWER | November 1, 1991
Lund, Sweden -- The appointment of the new secretary general of the United Nations is imminent, and with it, we should hope, a new period of U.N. activism that will make the world body do what its charter members in 1945 intended it to do -- be the force which intervenes whenever and wherever there is a threat to peace.The U.N. Charter was an immense creation of the intellectual imagination, an outcome of the peculiar horrors of World War II that stretched the minds of mankind. Tragically, for most of the post-war era, much of the charter has remained dormant, frozen in unanimated suspension by the nullifying rivalries of the Cold War.Only two times in its history has the U.N. used the ''enforcement'' procedures of the charter.
NEWS
By Daniel P. Clemens Jr. and Daniel P. Clemens Jr.,Staff writer | March 4, 1992
The charter board appeared as though it would emerge from yesterday's primary election largely unscathed, with seven of nine original appointed members leading in the bid to retain their seats, according toearly results.With 13 of the county's 35 precincts reporting, only challengers Richard Yates and Lanny Harchenhorn were among the topnine vote-getters in the 17-candidate race."It frightens me that people that put that much faith in the politicians," Yates said last night after being informed of early results.
NEWS
September 15, 1991
Westminster resident James A. Olson has been elected to the board ofdirectors of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation of Maryland.Olson is a senior program analyst at Provident Bank of Maryland.JDF is a voluntary non-profit health agency that raises money forresearch into the treatment, prevention, cause and cure of diabetes and its complications.In its 20 years of existence, JDF has raised more than $87 million for diabetes research, more than any other non-governmental agency in the world, said JDF chairwoman Margaret Himelfarb.
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