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September 29, 1991
Name: Kathleen R. CampanellaHonored by The Carroll County Sun for: Being appointed promotions coordinator for the Downtown Westminster Business and Professional Association on Sept. 12Age: 39Residence; hometown: Sykesville; Bellefonte, Pa.Education: Bachelor's degree in sociology from the University of AlabamaFamily: Husband: Vincent A., 42, owner of Campanella & Associates, a marketing, communications and public relations company; sons: Frank, 12, a seventh-grader at Mount Airy Middle, and Nick, 8, a third-grader at Eldersburg ElementaryActivities/hobbies: Account executive at Campanella & Associates, public relations committee for Carroll County Hospice, member of the Piedmont Pacers and past president ofthe Baltimore Alumnae Chapter of Alpha Omicron PiRecipient's comments: "I am looking forward to working with the members of the Downtown Westminster Business and Professional Association.
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July 25, 2011
The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association-Aberdeen, Maryland Chapter, has announced it has made its first monetary award for their new STEM Initiative. Aberdeen's initiative is a twist on the traditional acronym for STEM. STEM stands for Scholarships, Tools, Equipment, and Mentors. The grants are open to Harford County Public School educators and staff working directly in a STEM Education. Awards can be used for HCPS educators to pursue continuing education in their STEM field, for tools students can use in the classroom, or for equipment needed to help enhance the education of STEM courses for students.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 6, 2002
In Baltimore County No asbestos found in air-quality tests at elementary DUNDALK - Air-quality tests taken during the weekend at Charlesmont Elementary School in Dundalk show no asbestos has been released in the school, officials said yesterday. Early last week, officials said no testing would be done, despite repeated complaints from parents that construction dust was making their children sick. Some parents kept children home. Officials changed their mind and conducted tests Friday evening.
BUSINESS
By Lisa Girion and Lisa Girion,Los Angeles Times | April 15, 2007
A major source of health insurance for people who work for themselves has all but disappeared, casting thousands of contractors, freelancers and solo practitioners into the ranks of the uninsured with little hope of obtaining new coverage. Health plans offered by professional associations once were havens for millions of people who couldn't obtain coverage anywhere else. But, as medical costs have soared, groups representing professions as varied as law and golf have been forced to stop offering the benefit or have been dropped by insurers.
BUSINESS
January 4, 1998
Society of Surveyors names Robert Gauss Surveyor of the 0) YearThe Maryland Society of Surveyors has named Robert F. Gauss, president of R. F. Gauss & Associates Inc. in Emmitsburg, 1997 Surveyor of the Year.A member of the professional association for 22 years, Gauss was its president in 1994-1995.Gauss is a 1956 graduate of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. He also took courses at Frederick Community College, Penn State University and Johns Hopkins University.Gauss is a member of the National Society of Professional Surveyors, the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, the Emmitsburg Business and Professional Association, the Emmitsburg Historical Society and the Mason Dixon Line Preservation Partnership.
BUSINESS
November 5, 2005
Indicators Monday -- September consumer credit Wednesday -- September wholesale inventories Thursday -- September trade balance, weekly jobless claims Events Tuesday CEO Club of Baltimore -- luncheon meeting, 11 a.m., Harbor Court, 550 Light St. Former Securities and Exchange Commission associate director Bruce Hiler will speak about insider trading, fraud and market manipulation. Nonmember cost is $98. For reservations, call Douglas Strouse at 410-339-5787. Thursday Association for Corporate Growth -- breakfast meeting and private equity roundtable, 7:30 a.m., Center Club, Legg Mason Tower, 100 Light St. Nonmember cost is $55. Reservation and payment deadline is Monday.
EXPLORE
July 25, 2011
The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association-Aberdeen, Maryland Chapter, has announced it has made its first monetary award for their new STEM Initiative. Aberdeen's initiative is a twist on the traditional acronym for STEM. STEM stands for Scholarships, Tools, Equipment, and Mentors. The grants are open to Harford County Public School educators and staff working directly in a STEM Education. Awards can be used for HCPS educators to pursue continuing education in their STEM field, for tools students can use in the classroom, or for equipment needed to help enhance the education of STEM courses for students.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2002
Elwin H. Alpern, a retired Odenton pharmacist who headed his profession's state association, died Thursday of complications from a stroke and cancer at Northwest Hospital Center in Randallstown. He was 74 and lived in Stevenson. The president of the Maryland Pharmacists Association from 1988 to 1989, he had earlier headed the Baltimore Retail Druggists' Association. Born in Baltimore and raised on Dolfield Avenue in Northwest Baltimore, he was a graduate of Polytechnic Institute, where he played on the football team.
BUSINESS
By Lisa Girion and Lisa Girion,Los Angeles Times | April 15, 2007
A major source of health insurance for people who work for themselves has all but disappeared, casting thousands of contractors, freelancers and solo practitioners into the ranks of the uninsured with little hope of obtaining new coverage. Health plans offered by professional associations once were havens for millions of people who couldn't obtain coverage anywhere else. But, as medical costs have soared, groups representing professions as varied as law and golf have been forced to stop offering the benefit or have been dropped by insurers.
NEWS
By Will Englund and Will Englund,Moscow Bureau | October 18, 1992
MOSCOW -- Even as Russia joined other countries last week in presenting to the United Nations a treaty that would forever ban the production of chemical weapons, research on new, more powerful poison nerve gases continues here, in a top-secret program code-named Foliant.Scientists at the high-security laboratory in Moscow where research on chemical weapons is carried out say they have never stopped their quest for the most effective nerve gas.They say they believe they have developed poisons that are more lethal than any in the U.S. arsenal.
BUSINESS
November 5, 2005
Indicators Monday -- September consumer credit Wednesday -- September wholesale inventories Thursday -- September trade balance, weekly jobless claims Events Tuesday CEO Club of Baltimore -- luncheon meeting, 11 a.m., Harbor Court, 550 Light St. Former Securities and Exchange Commission associate director Bruce Hiler will speak about insider trading, fraud and market manipulation. Nonmember cost is $98. For reservations, call Douglas Strouse at 410-339-5787. Thursday Association for Corporate Growth -- breakfast meeting and private equity roundtable, 7:30 a.m., Center Club, Legg Mason Tower, 100 Light St. Nonmember cost is $55. Reservation and payment deadline is Monday.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2002
Elwin H. Alpern, a retired Odenton pharmacist who headed his profession's state association, died Thursday of complications from a stroke and cancer at Northwest Hospital Center in Randallstown. He was 74 and lived in Stevenson. The president of the Maryland Pharmacists Association from 1988 to 1989, he had earlier headed the Baltimore Retail Druggists' Association. Born in Baltimore and raised on Dolfield Avenue in Northwest Baltimore, he was a graduate of Polytechnic Institute, where he played on the football team.
NEWS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 6, 2002
In Baltimore County No asbestos found in air-quality tests at elementary DUNDALK - Air-quality tests taken during the weekend at Charlesmont Elementary School in Dundalk show no asbestos has been released in the school, officials said yesterday. Early last week, officials said no testing would be done, despite repeated complaints from parents that construction dust was making their children sick. Some parents kept children home. Officials changed their mind and conducted tests Friday evening.
BUSINESS
January 4, 1998
Society of Surveyors names Robert Gauss Surveyor of the 0) YearThe Maryland Society of Surveyors has named Robert F. Gauss, president of R. F. Gauss & Associates Inc. in Emmitsburg, 1997 Surveyor of the Year.A member of the professional association for 22 years, Gauss was its president in 1994-1995.Gauss is a 1956 graduate of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. He also took courses at Frederick Community College, Penn State University and Johns Hopkins University.Gauss is a member of the National Society of Professional Surveyors, the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, the Emmitsburg Business and Professional Association, the Emmitsburg Historical Society and the Mason Dixon Line Preservation Partnership.
NEWS
September 29, 1991
Name: Kathleen R. CampanellaHonored by The Carroll County Sun for: Being appointed promotions coordinator for the Downtown Westminster Business and Professional Association on Sept. 12Age: 39Residence; hometown: Sykesville; Bellefonte, Pa.Education: Bachelor's degree in sociology from the University of AlabamaFamily: Husband: Vincent A., 42, owner of Campanella & Associates, a marketing, communications and public relations company; sons: Frank, 12, a seventh-grader at Mount Airy Middle, and Nick, 8, a third-grader at Eldersburg ElementaryActivities/hobbies: Account executive at Campanella & Associates, public relations committee for Carroll County Hospice, member of the Piedmont Pacers and past president ofthe Baltimore Alumnae Chapter of Alpha Omicron PiRecipient's comments: "I am looking forward to working with the members of the Downtown Westminster Business and Professional Association.
FEATURES
By Charles Passy and Charles Passy,COX NEWS SERVICE | June 13, 1998
In a three-decade rock 'n' roll career, David Crosby has probably supplied enough stories to keep a struggling supermarket tabloid from going out of business.Tales of heroin and cocaine addictions. A nine-month stint in a Texas prison. And a down-to-the-wire liver transplant that saved his life in 1994.But the most remarkable story is just emerging.While Crosby was preparing for his transplant, he learned a son he gave up for adoption in the 1960s had been searching for him. He met the man, James Raymond, and discovered that his abandoned child had grown up to be -- what else?
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Carol L. Bowers and Andrea F. Siegel and Carol L. Bowers,Staff Writers | October 23, 1993
A five-alarm blaze swept through the Greenway Bowling Center in Glen Burnie yesterday, wiping away a 24-lane duckpin establishment of nearly 40 years, Anne Arundel County fire officials said.The fire was reported at 4:26 p.m., and when firefighters from the Glen Burnie station half a block away arrived, flames were shooting through the wooden roof. Two of the more than 100 firefighters sustained minor injuries and were treated on the scene, but there were no other injuries.Flames shot more than 30 feet into the air, and the smoke could be seen for miles.
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