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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2012
Marquis Jones remembers Peter Holland clearly. He's the lawyer whose work, with his law clinic students, led to the dismissal of a claim against her - a credit card debt she said she knew nothing about. "If it hadn't been for Peter and his team, I have no idea what would have happened," the Severn woman recalled, saying a debt-buying company had the wrong person and claimed it served the legal papers on her spouse. She's not married. But unlike Jones, most of those who've benefited from Holland's consumer advocacy never met him. Few of them know that in December he will receive an award for his legal work from the Maryland Legal Services Corp.
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By Eduardo A. Encina, The Baltimore Sun | February 5, 2014
Orioles center fielder Adam Jones will receive this year's Babe Ruth Museum Community Service Award on Thursday during the annual Babe's Birthday Bash. Each year, the Babe Ruth Birthplace Foundation gives the award to recognize "an active or former professional athlete or individual with ties to the Maryland sports community who has shown a strong devotion to giving back to the local community. " The Orioles' three-time All-Star and Gold Glove outfielder has a lengthy history of philanthropy in Baltimore, especially with local youth organizations.
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NEWS
February 25, 1992
Dr. John O. Meyerhoff, chairman of the board of Parents Anonymous of Maryland, has won the Baltimore City Medical Society's 1991 Annual Community Service Award.Since becoming the agency's chairman in 1986, Dr. Meyerhoff has raised funds for the agency, worked to increase public awareness and understanding of child abuse and neglect, and increased the professional staff.
SPORTS
Sports Digest | January 27, 2014
Ravens coach John Harbaugh was named one of two finalists for the third annual NFL Salute to Service Award, presented by the United Services Automobile Association. Minnesota Vikings defensive end Jared Allen was the other finalist announced Sunday night. The winner will be recognized at the 2014 NFL Honors awards show in New York on Saturday. Harbaugh has demonstrated a passion for supporting military initiatives by taking part in the annual NFL-United Service Organizations coaches' tour of the Middle East in 2009.
NEWS
December 6, 1990
Joseph S. Vaughan of Annapolis was recently given the Navy Superior Civilian Service Award for his work as assistant chief of staff for resources management, Training Command, U.S. Pacific Fleet, from April 1982 until February 1989.The Navy recognized Vaughan's work not only for its positive impact on training throughout the Navy but also for significant monetary savings that resulted from using his ideas.Vaughan is currently the assistant deputy for management at the Naval Academy. He holds a bachelor of science degree from the University of Southern California and a master's degree from the University of Northern Colorado.
BUSINESS
December 5, 1995
The Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association has received the prestigious 1995 Gold Service Award from Meetings And Conventions magazine.BACVA won the honor in the convention bureau category, based on a poll of the magazine's readers -- meeting planners nationwide.Selections were based upon overall professionalism and helpfulness of staff; advice on hotels and site inspections; transportation planning assistance; guidance on local attractions and facilities; and liaisons with local vendors and services.
NEWS
July 12, 1998
Donald Hull of Westminster recently received a Service Award from the Maryland Society of Accountants.The society's board of trustees presented Hull with the honor for his continuous service to the organization the past several years.The society, with headquarters in Westminster, held its annual convention June 21-25 at the Wintergreen Resort in Virginia, where awards were presented and officers installed.Pub Date: 7/12/98
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By Lisa T. Hill and Lisa T. Hill,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | February 25, 1996
With only 65 members, the Carroll County Association of Life Underwriters is the smallest chapter in the nation ever to win the National Association of Life Underwriters hometown ceremony service award, according to public relations chairman Wayne Barnes.Out of more than 600 chapters around the nation, only 16 groups are chosen for this award each year, he said.The chapter had to win the organization's annual Louis I. Dublin Award five times to qualify for the national honor.Mr. Barnes, president of Barnes-Bollinger Insurance Services, said once a group is chosen for the award, the national association gives a hometown ceremony in which an NALU representative presents the award.
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By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Staff writer | December 11, 1991
Yesterday, Adele Mowers was singled out from the crowd at Francis Scott Key High School, where community service has become as much a part of education as algebra and English.The 17-year-old senior was awarded the Horatio Alger Youth Award by the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Inc., during a daylong program on community service.She was the only Maryland student selected for the award, which includes a $5,000 scholarship."Wow. I really was surprised," said Mowers, the daughter of Fred and Kathy Shaw of Linwood.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,SUN STAFF | April 7, 2000
Three police officers, a civilian secretary and four volunteer officers were recognized for their outstanding work during the annual Howard County law enforcement awards ceremony last night in Ellicott City. Police Chief Wayne Livesay, County Executive James N. Robey, other officials and friends and families of the officers gathered in the Banneker Room of the George Howard Building for the 90-minute ceremony. Officer Jason Kindel, 29, who patrols the North Laurel area, received the community service award.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | December 5, 2013
The Charlie Riley Community Service Scholarship Foundation celebrated several milestones at its annual awards ceremony Nov. 13, surpassing the $160,000 and 160 scholarships marks during the past eight years. At this year's banquet the foundation awarded $27,000 in scholarships at the event held at Level Volunteer Fire Company. The scholarship program honors the memory of the late Charles W. Riley, a 52-year member and chief of Abingdon Volunteer Fire Company and a member of the Harford-Cecil Volunteer Fireman's Association and Maryland State Fireman's Association Halls of Fame.
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svanessen2@hotmail.com | March 21, 2013
Kudos to Loch Raven resident Dick Shine who was awarded the Silver Beaver award at a Boy Scouts of America banquet at Martin's West last week. Of all the possible adult volunteers in the Dulaney district, Shine was selected as the recipient of this award for 30 years of volunteer service to Boy Scouts of America. The Silver Beaver award is a council level service award "given to those who implement the Scouting program and perform community service through hard work, sel- sacrifice, dedication, and many years of service".
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Aegis report | February 18, 2013
APG Federal Credit Union recently honored 41 employees for their service to the credit union with a ceremony at the Bulle Rock Clubhouse in Havre de Grace. While honorees enjoyed a breakfast buffet, Executive Vice President William Schultheis and Senior Vice President Genene LaCour recognized employees who celebrated milestone anniversaries at the credit union in 2012. Honorees include: 35 Year Award, Nancy Hill; 25 Year Award, Sharon Gustafson, Kimberly Hadry, Susan McDonald; 20 Year Award, Beth Bayer, Joelle Hash, Carol McBrien; 15 Year Award, Alicia Figueroa, Claudia Scarborough; 10 Year Award, Susan Baroch, Gail Billings, Pamela Cassell, Roslyn Copeland, Monica Dilworth, Jim Hall, Sharon Hudler, Rhonda Kimble, Dana Kraemer, Kelly Martin, Patrick McKinney, Marilyn Rawls, Crystal Ross, Brenda Soellner; Five Year Award, Megan Barnes, Erica Bishop, Deborah Brandt, Jannell Bryson, Michele Bush, Amanda Donnelly, Diana Enos, Michael German, Dennis Hurley, Amy Kessell, Erica Lake, Damon Natt, Kathleen Russell, Jennifer Schmidt, Danielle Schrader, Janice Setlock, Theresa Stine and Belinda Svec.
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Special to The Aegis | December 12, 2012
The Charlie Riley Community Service Scholarship Foundation awarded $27,000 in scholarships to Harford County students during its seventh annual scholarship and awards banquet held Nov. 14 at the Level Fire Hall. The scholarship program honors the memory of the late Charles W. Riley, a 52-year member and former chief of the Abingdon Volunteer Fire Company and a member of the Harford-Cecil Volunteer Fireman's Association and Maryland State Fireman's Association halls of fame. He was also a past president of the Maryland State Fireman's association and served under four different governors as chairman of the Maryland Fire Training Commission.
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | November 8, 2012
The $113.5 million that Exelon Corp. agreed to make available for innovative projects — a condition of regulatory approval for its purchase of Constellation Energy in Baltimore — was awarded Thursday to groups planning to help low-income customers, small businesses and others lower their energy bills. Exelon's Maryland regulator, the Public Service Commission, decided how to distribute the money after receiving 98 proposals. Baltimore will receive the largest single piece of the fund — nearly $53 million will go to the city government for projects to permanently lower energy bills through energy efficiency work such as weatherization, upgrades and lower-usage education.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2012
Marquis Jones remembers Peter Holland clearly. He's the lawyer whose work, with his law clinic students, led to the dismissal of a claim against her - a credit card debt she said she knew nothing about. "If it hadn't been for Peter and his team, I have no idea what would have happened," the Severn woman recalled, saying a debt-buying company had the wrong person and claimed it served the legal papers on her spouse. She's not married. But unlike Jones, most of those who've benefited from Holland's consumer advocacy never met him. Few of them know that in December he will receive an award for his legal work from the Maryland Legal Services Corp.
NEWS
July 22, 1993
Bank earnings rise for first half of 1993Taneytown Bank and Trust reported a net income of $987,998, or $1.51 per share, for the first six months of 1993.During the same period in 1992, the bank had earnings of $981,641, or 62 cents per share.Company officials attributed this year's performance to interest income, as loans grew approximately 17 percent from June 30, 1992. The bank also received more income from servicing and selling residential mortgages during this period.As of June 30, the bank's assets totaled $181,742,852.
FEATURES
By Casi Clocker | August 2, 1992
The United Way of Central Maryland honored two community volunteers for outstanding year-round campaign support of human care services in the region. Donna Edwards of Hamilton, president of American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 112, and Marcia Burgdorf of Guilford, chief executive officer of the Guilford Group Ltd., were honored for exceptional voluntarism.*Lourdes S. Morales, president of the Hispanic Cultural Association of Maryland, was the recipient of the Humanitarian and Service Award presented at the first annual Humanitarian and Service Award Ceremony of the Baltimore County Minority Advisory Council.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec | May 22, 2012
Ravens coach John Harbaugh will be honored tomorrow for his support of the U.S. Army. Gen. Raymond T. Odierno , the Chief of Staff of the Army, will present Harbaugh with one of five Outstanding Civilian Service Awards during a ceremony at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Va.  The program honors those who have passionately supported the U.S. Army. The citation that will be presented to Harbaugh by Gen. Odierno, the Chief of Staff of the Army, will read:  “For outstanding service to the United States Army, Soldiers, families, veterans and military communities.
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