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October 31, 2011
BWCC sponsors economic forecast luncheon meeting An Economic Forecast for 2012, "Your 19th Nervous Breakdown," is the topc of guest speaker Anirban Basu, regional economist, chairman and CEO, Sage Policy Group, at the Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber's luncheon Friday, Nov. 11 at the BWI Airport Marriott, 1743 West Nursery Road, in Linthicum. Cost is $45 for members prepaid; $65 non-members; ad $80 at door for all. A 48-hour notice is required on all cancellations. Register online, http://www.baltwashchamber.or/BWCC_Data/getEventDetails?
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By Dan Singer, The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2014
The Woman's Industrial Kitchen, the most recent incarnation of the beloved restaurant on North Charles Street, has closed its doors. A Baltimore comfort-food staple for more than 130 years before its closing in 2002, the restaurant -- formerly known as the Woman's Industrial Exchange -- served as a counterpart to the exchange's arts space. The restaurant was given new life in late 2011 when Irene Smith, owner of the Souper Freak soup truck, restored and reopened the establishment . Paula Hensley, the operations coordinator for the Woman's Industrial Exchange, said the restaurant closed about two months ago when its lease ended.
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May 18, 1995
The Baltimore Sun will conduct its Athlete of the Year Luncheon Thursday, June 1 at the Towson Sheraton. Each student chosen as an athlete of the week for the 1994-95 season is invited to the luncheon along with his/her parents and coach for the sport for which he/she was chosen. Invitations for the luncheon will be mailed to the schools. If there are any questions contact Sam Davis at (410) 332-6534.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2014
A June 3 luncheon at Petit Louis Bistro in Columbia will benefit the non-profit organization No Kid Hungry: Share Our Strength, whose mission is to end childhood hunger. The multi-course dinner will be hosted by Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf, the principals in the Foreman Wolf restaurant group, which owns Petit Louis Bistro restaurants in Baltimore and Columbia, and Rita St. Clair and Brian Thim, the principals in the Baltimore-based firm Rita St. Clair Associates, which designed the interiors for both restaurants.
SPORTS
May 26, 1994
The Baltimore Sun will conduct its Athlete of the Year Luncheon on Thursday, June 2 at the Towson Sheraton. Each student chosen as an Athlete of the Week for the 1993-94 season is invited to the luncheon along with his/her parents and coach for the sport for which he/she was chosen. Any athlete who has not received an invitation should call Michelle Pratka at (410) 332-6546 by tomorrow. Please leave your name and indicate whether or not you, your parents and coach plan to attend.
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June 2, 2011
The Association of Community Services has announced the recipients of the 2011 Audrey Robbins Humanitarian Awards, who will be honored in a ceremony later this month. The annual awards recognize individuals and groups who have "performed services above and beyond the call of duty" in the Howard County community, according to the organization. This year's winners are: • Volunteer of the Year: Don Bard, who helps provide access to computers to local students and their families who could not otherwise afford them through his Lazarus Foundation.
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By Julie Scharper and Baltimore Sun reporter | February 1, 2010
City Council members juggled plates of macaroni and cheese and fried fish with notes on bills to be presented at their meeting that evening, but the focus of Monday's luncheon was not the proposed hearing on leaf blowers or more beds for a senior citizens' home. One by one, the legislators stood up to thank their hostess, Mayor Sheila Dixon. They recalled the day she rushed to a council meeting just after giving birth to her daughter and the time she signed a bill on a card table in an alley.
SPORTS
June 8, 1997
The Baltimore Sun will stage its annual Athlete of the Year Luncheon tomorrow at the Towson Sheraton.Each student chosen as an Athlete of the Week for the 1996-97 season is invited to the luncheon along with his/her parents and coach for the sport for which he/she was chosen. At the luncheon, one male and one female Athlete of the Year will be chosen.For questions, contact Sam Davis at 410-332-6534 or Michel Pratka at 410-332-6546.Pub Date: 6/08/97
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November 25, 2013
Red Maryland's Brian Griffiths will be a member of the Political Blogger panel at the Maryland Government Relations Association Annual Meeting and Lunch at the Loews Annapolis Hotel on  Tuesday, December 3rd at 11:30 am . Joining Brian on the panel will be Dan Furmansky from Maryland Juice and Len Lazarick from MarylandReporter.com. For more information call Bill Castelli at  800-638-6425  or email  mdgovrelations@gmail.com . Red Maryland has strived to be the premier blog and radio network of conservative and Republican politics and ideas in the free state since 2007.
SPORTS
By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2013
Westminster senior Deryk Kern made the most of his opportunity as the Owls' new starting quarterback last fall, passing his way to several records. Catholic junior Ellie Gonzalez came into the school year as an established distance runner who then decidedly separated herself from the rest of the pack. On Wednesday, Kern and Gonzalez added to their lengthy list of athletic accomplishments this year by being named The Baltimore Sun's Male and Female Athletes of the Year at the 47th annual awards luncheon at the newspaper's downtown headquarters.
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April 25, 2013
The Business and Professional Women of Maryland's annual conference is May 17 and 18 at the Holiday Inn Laurel-West, 15101 Sweitzer Lane. The theme of the conference is "The Power of YOU - Equality, Advocacy, Development!" Several conference events are open to the public, including the kick off luncheon with a focus on women in the military; the Individual Development Program sessions on public speaking and goal setting; and the Saturday luncheon with a panel discussing human trafficking.
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November 11, 2012
Luncheon to honor former commander of Wilkens Station The Wilkens Police and Community Relations Organization invites area residents and members of the business community to the group's Nov. 16 luncheon honoring Capt. John Spiroff. Spiroff, the former commander of the Wilkens Police Station, has been reassigned to Baltimore County Police headquarters in Towson. The luncheon will provide an opportunity to recognize Spiroff for his efforts to open lines of communication and promote positive understanding of the role that law enforcement plays in the community, according to Lorna Rudnikas, the group's president.
FEATURES
By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | August 12, 2012
A growing media and resource company in the city is again shining a light on women who are making a difference in their communities, excelling professionally and offering their lives of service as examples for others to emulate. Monyka Berrocosa, founder of MyCity4Her Inc., an online business resource for women, is organizing the sixth annual Spirited Women of Baltimore Awards luncheon Wednesday. It will honor five women who have contributed greatly to their companies, communities and families.
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By Liz Bowie, The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2012
Aberdeen Proving Ground will celebrate Armed Forces Week with a variety of events including a golf tournament, veterans luncheon, and a museum open house. The celebration will be held Monday through Saturday, according to the APG Public Affairs Office, but most events will be concentrated on Wednesday when school bands will play, veterans will be honored and the APG will have an open house showing the public what goes on at the military facility. The public is invited. For more information about the events, call 410-278-4500.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | May 10, 2012
Legendary singer-songwriter Judy Collins will be the keynote speaker at the fifth annual Women in Recovery Luncheon May 22 at Father Martin's Ashley, a non-profit alcoholism and drug addiction treatment center near Havre de Grace. The luncheon celebrates and honors the lives of women in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Collins overcame addiction when entering treatment in 1978, and has been living a life of recovery for over 30 years, according to her biography. Collins has been a strong advocate for addiction recovery and also suicide prevention since losing her son to suicide.
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November 2, 2011
The United Methodist Women of First United Methodist Church of Laurel will hold their annual ham luncheon Thursday, Nov. 10 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. in the church Fellowship Hall, 424 Main St. Menu includes ham, green beans, homemade potato salad, apple sauce, rolls, desserts, coffee and tea. Tickets are $7. To purchase tickets in advance, call Lois Hamilton, 301-498-9736 or the church office, 301-725-3093. Tickets will also be sold at the door, and carryout will be available.
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