June 2011 newsletter ofbpa


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OFBPA Newsletter June 2011

Mission Statement: “Bringing Business and the Community Together”

Monthly newsletter from Overlea Fullerton Business & Professional Association. Includes meeting details, local event notices & local business news contributed from members & friends of OFBPA.

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June 2011 newsletter ofbpa

  1. 1. OFBPA Newsletter June, 2011 Mission Statement: “Bringing Business and the Community Together” Our next Meeting Wednesday, June 15th 4: 30 pm at Overlea Station 6900 Belair Road (21206) (across from St. Michael’s Church) For directions call 410-661-3211. Remember every meeting is an opportunity to meet new people and make new business contacts!What’s Inside? • Presidents Message • We need you to “like us” • Current Events • Community Announcements/Press Releases • Updated Calendar of Meetings and Events • Community Flea Market -June25th • 4th of July Independence Day Celebration Event o Still need $13,000 for this year’s event! o Support last major fund raiser at Overlea Station on 6/22 from 5-10 pm. Looking for items for Chinese Auction o PLEASE POST ENCLOSED FIREWORKS FLIER in your business!
  2. 2. OFBPA Newsletter June, 2011President’s Message: The dog days of summer have hit us with a vengeance. This early summer heat has zapped all our energymaking it difficult to be outdoors for any length of time. What a wonderful time to grab all those businesscards from all those networking events you’ve attended and either log them into a database so you can runlabels for a mailing or send them an email or maybe even a phone call. So stay cool and productive at thesame time! Thanks to everyone who participated in our Spring Fair event. Ourlocal coupon book is a huge success and if you don’t have one, please make an effort to stop by EasternSavings Bank to pick up a copy before they are all gone. We still have approx. 500 left of the original 5000and if anyone needs more for their customers, please let me know. We encourage everyone to visit ouradvertisers and take advantage of all the local dining and services coupons in the book. Special thanks to Dave Foertsch for keeping all our social media pages up to date. View photos fromthe spring fair on our Facebook page. Thanks to your Board of Directors Kim Durham, Darlene Conner andSharon Kozlowski for all their hard work on the fair set up and most of all to all our husbands (and my momand dad) who helped set up and tear down the event. Thanks to members Auggie Chesser who helped withsignage and Robert Smith who helped with out OFBPA table. Reminder that our monthly meeting is Wed. June 15th at 4: 30 pm at Overlea Station located at 6900Belair Road (21206). Parking at the Natural History Museum-entrance just prior to corner. For those interestedOverlea Station offers ½ price burgers on Wednesday nights. Guest Speaker will be Steve Janowiak,President of CLUB 10 LLC; a one-of-a-kind model that helps small businesses and is 100% free and non-obligating for businesses to participateNote: this is a change of location from originally posted on our website. $13,000 is still needed for this year’s celebration! We need all resources at our disposal. We arelooking for business that will “host” a collection jar for change until July 5th. I would like to place 7+containers in the area to help collect change from the community. If you do not have a container, have walk-intraffic and can give us a tiny bit of counter space for a few weeks, we would sure appreciate it! Perry Hall andParkville and Rosedale-we would love to hear from YOU! Even though the event is held in Overlea Fullertonand we take “ownership” of the event, we host over 50,000 people that day from all over NE BaltimoreCounty. The OFBPA provides the plastic container and will collect during the week after the fireworks.Contact Donna Bethke and we will drop one off ASAP. Thanks to all the businesses who are hosting onecurrently!
  3. 3. OFBPA Newsletter June, 2011We would like to Bob’s Wholesale Seafood Company across from theDenny’s on Belair Road and SoBo Gold Buyers located in the Taylor Plaza near Papa John’s to our businesscorridor. If you know of a new businesses on our corridor, please let us know so we can stop in and say hi! Reminder that all folks who are members by late summer will be in our newest 2011-2012 Business &Community Guide coming out late summer. Everyone has the opportunity to advertise, but all members getthree free listing automatically. Need to join or renew your membership? Now is the time. Forms online atwww.ofbpa.com.Donna Bethke, President Calendar of Events 15-Jun OFBPA General Meeting 4:30-6:00 PM Overlea Station Fireworks Guest Bartender Night/Overlea 22-Jun Station 6:00 -10:00 pm Overlea Station 20-Jul OFBPA General Meeting-NEW TIME 7:30 am- 8:30 am Overlea Fullerton Senior Center 17-Aug OFBPA General Meeting-NEW TIME 12:00 noon-2 pm St. Michaels the Archangel/Overlea 21-Sep OFBPA General Meeting 4:30 PM- 6:00 PM TBA 13-Oct NE Networking Event 5:00-7:30 pm TBA 19-Oct OFBPA General Meeting 4:30 PM- 6:00 PM TBAJUST IN FROM THE PENNYSAVER: My boss has authorized me to sell some covers for the June 15 issue at 50% off. Here is what I haveopen: Nottingham--front and back/ $250 front, $225 back Perry Hall-front and back/ $250 front, $225 backCarney--front and back/ $240 front, $220 back Rosedale-back cover / $200 Parkville-back cover / $215Hamilton-back cover/ $200 Overlea--back cover/ $220. Let me know if you need any other details. The onlycatch is we must be able to work with a previous ad OR be able to create a new ad without you seeing a proof. Must respond ASAP as these deals will go!!Thank you, Dawn Lewisdlewis@mdpennysaver.com or cell 410-905-1934
  4. 4. OFBPA Newsletter June, 2011 “What’s Happening” / EventsEvent Title: Sizzling Summer Used Car EventEvent Date: June and July Event Time: n/a Company: Destinations Credit Union and Enterprise Car SalesContact Person: Carol Szaroleta/Destinations Credit UnionAddress: 8767 Satyr Hill Road Baltimore, MD 21234Phone Number: 410-663-2500 Email: carol@destinationscu.orgWeb Site: www.destinationscu.orgDetails: Destinations has teamed up with Enterprise Car Sales (White Marsh) to offer some great deals on used vehiclesand financing this Summer. Enterprise will give Kelly Blue Book plus $500 on all trade-ins. When you buy a car fromEnterprise and finance it at Destinations Credit Union, youll also get a 32" flat screen TV! Destinations Credit Unionoffers rates as low as 3.25% annual percentage rate on used vehicles. Rates may be higher based on credit worthinessand the terms of the loan.Event Title: 3rd Annual Crab Feast FundraiserEvent Date: July 8, 2011 Time: 7:30 p.m. Company: Garden Village Community Association Outreach Inc.Contact Person: Wannetta Thompson, GVCA, Executive DirectorAddress: 6011 St. Regis RoadPhone number: 410-866-9269 Email: gvsteppers@aol.comDetails: Advance Tickets $45.00 Tickets at the door $60.00Steamed crabs all your can eat top round of beef, Maryland Crab soup, salad bar, Top Round of Beef in Gravy, Sweethot and mild sausage, bar-b-q-chicken, Cheddar Mashed Potatoes, Yellow Corn, Baked Beans, assorted bread & cakes,soft drinks & beer, cash bar. 50/50 big wheel, door prize, DJ and Karaoke. NO jello shooters, large coolers, or alcoholicbeverages permitted. No one under 21 will be served beer or alcohol.Event Title: Flea MarketEvent Date: July 16, 20100 Event Time: 9:00am – 1:00pm Company: Overlea Senior CenterContact Person: Patti McDonnell Address: 4314 Fullerton Avenue Baltimore, MD 21236Phone number: 410-887-5220 Email: pmcdonnell@baltimorecountymd.govDetails: Annual Center Flea Market featuring Grannys Attic, books, puzzles and food. Vendors wanted! Cost for a tablespace (6 ft table & 2 chairs) is $10. Space is limited, so call today to reserve your spot. Event to be held indoors rain orshine!
  5. 5. OFBPA Newsletter June, 2011Event Title: Independence Day Celebration Independence Day Celebration at Fullerton Field on Monday, July 4th, 2011 Sponsored by: Allied Community Services Committee, Inc.WE NEED YOUR HELP. Each year the Allied Community Services Committee must raise approximately$35,000.00 to put on this display. At this time we are $13,000.00 short. We cant express howimportant your donation is needed. The money for the fireworks is raised strictly throughfundraising events and donations from local businesses and residents. We are not affiliated with, andreceive no funds from, any government agency. Allied Community Services Committee is a non-profitgroup of volunteer citizens and community leaders, whose sole purpose is to raise the funds needed eachyear to sponsor this annual event. We are reaching out to businesses, community organizations, andresidents, for donations to this purpose.The fireworks at Fullerton Field are steeped in tradition, and families from all of our Northeastcommunities attend. It’s a fun day, a family day, and most of all it brings community spirit and sense ofpride to all who attend. It is one of the largest community events of the year.This year will be the 49th the July 4th Fireworks Celebration, scheduled for Monday, July 4th with arain date of July 5th. As usual the days events begin at 5:00 PM with entertainment on the field.Fireworks will commence soon after dusk, and will be spectacular as usual, with your help!Our business and civic donation levels are listed below, and we will provide recognition. Donations of $50or more will appear in our annual flyer distributed in surrounding communities and businesses. They willalso be included in local advertisements, as well as on our website, thanking our contributors. for makinga difference. 2011 Business & Civic Organization Sponsorship Levels Patriot Level $50.00 + Red Level $100.00+ White Level $250.00+ Blue Level $500.00+ Stars & Stripes Level $1,000.00+ Corporate Level $2,500.00+We are aware of the tough economic times, but the committee really needs, and rely, on your support.Checks should be made payable to Allied Community Services Committee, Inc. and mailed to P.O. Box19433, Baltimore, MD 21206. Donations can also be made at: fullertonfireworks.com
  6. 6. OFBPA Newsletter June, 2011Event Title: Linover Community Flea Market sponsored by The Linover Improvement Association June 25th from 9 am - 1 pm St James Lutheran Church @ 8 West Overlea Ave (21206) (Bear right onto E Northern Pkwy, and then immediately turn right onto Spruce St) Booths are $10 For more details: www.linover.org Amber @ zecker@msn.com / 410-661-5489 or Donna @ ptavon@comcast.net / 410-665-6551 • All spaces will be on the church parking lot. • You will pull forward into parking space. Table will be in front ½ of the space and may extend slightly into the walk area • Bring your own table and chairs. • Event is Rain or Shine • Set up starts at 7:30 am. All vendors must be in “roped off” area no later than 8:30 am. • Advertising will be via monthly newsletters, flyers in local businesses, local media sources like, Facebook, www.linover.org, www.ofbpa.com, www.patch.com, The Avenue, etc.Your Name:_________________________________Event Day Phone: _________________Address: __________________________ Zip: _______Email: ______________________________________ I will need (#of spaces) x $10. I’ve enclosed ($$). Checks made payable to LIA. To reserve your space: Form can be faxed to 410-882-5194 or Email form to ptavon@comcast.net Mail or drop off completed form/payment to: LIA c/o Donna Bethke * 7406 Brookwood Avenue * Nottingham, MD21236 (All spaces are 1st pay 1st served)
  7. 7. OFBPA Newsletter June, 2011Event Title: Emergency Preparedness for Clients with DisabilitiesEvent Date: June 30, 2011 Event Time: 10:00am – 3:00pmCompany: The Conference Center @ Sheppard Pratt Address: 6501 N Charles Street Towson, MD 21204Website: http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/Agencies/events/emergencycon.html
  8. 8. OFBPA Newsletter June, 2011 Let Me Tell You About My BusinessCompany: Metro Public Adjustment Contact Person: Damien WagnerAddress: 12507 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21220 Phone number: 410-365-6681Email: dwagner.metropa@gmail.com Website: www.metropa.comDetails:UNSURE ABOUT YOUR HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE COVERAGE?(I can help by a FREE analysis on the most expensive thing you will ever own)BEEN MISTREATED BY YOUR HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE?(If your claim is LESS than 1 year old – I can reopen the claim and get you money you never knew you were entitled to)SCARED TO FILE A CLAIM BECAUSE YOUR RATES WILL INCREASE?(Your premiums cannot be increased just for using your Insurance)I am a Licensed Public Adjuster in MD. I have been licensed by the Maryland Insurance Commissioner to ensure Homeand Business owners are treated fairly with their insurance claim. The insurance company does NOT have your BESTINTEREST! Using a Public Adjuster is another alternative to handling your Home/ Business insurance claim. I will fightand force the INSURANCE Company to pay YOU the MAXIMUM value of your claim.Call today to set up a FREE, NO OBLIGATION analysis of your homeowner’s policy and property inspection. I willeducate you on how YOUR insurance companies DO NOT HAVE YOUR BEST INTEREST, DANGERS of filing theclaim on your OWN and what your Insurance policy ACTUALLY COVERS.Company: Stingray Social Media Services Contact Person: David FoertschAddress: 5 Cool Meadow Court Phone number: 410-513-9311Email: davidfoertsch@stingraysocial.com Website: http:/www.stingraysocial.comDetails: We specialize in "On boarding" small businesses to what many call "Web 2.0". What this means to the smallbusiness user is simplified Web tools that allow you to reach existing and future customers without the high cost &complexity of traditional or "old world" marketing tools. Examples are: Local Search, Social Media, Customer Reviewplatforms and analytic tools that measure various channels to provide you more insight for future efforts.What well do for you:List your business on the major search engines such as Google Places™ business listings, Yahoo™ Local, Bing™Local, plus a host of traditional directories (Yellow Pages™, Yellowbook™, Zip Local™, Super Pages™, etc.)Build social media profiles for your business on Facebook™, Twitter™, LinkedIn™, Foursquare™, Yelp™ &Groupon™.Prepare analytic dashboards youll use to measure effectiveness of your local search & social engagement.Prepare search monitoring tools to help listen to discussions about your business, your most important brands & industrynews.
  9. 9. OFBPA Newsletter June, 2011Company: Pre-Paid Legal Services Contact Person: Blaney SpinelliPhone number: 410-428-6199 Email: blaneyspinelli@prepaidlegal.com Website: www.prepaidlegal.com/hub/blaneyspinelliDetails: Specializing in Small Business and Group Benefits offering access to the legal system for as little as a cup ofcoffee a day! Membership fee is paid monthly and there is no contract required. Get access to lawyers on personal andbusiness matters, contract review, debt collection, civil suit and IRS coverage, identity theft and much more without evergetting a legal bill! PPL as a group benefit is the fastest growing voluntary benefit in the US right now! With only 5 employeesrequired, you can offer this service to your employees as payroll deduct or self-paid option. No paperwork for you and noclaims to file. And your employees receive a group discount which will never go up! PPl does for lawyers and legal bills what medical insurance does for doctors and doctor bills! Call for anappointment to learn moreCompany: Hood 2 Hollywood,INC Contact Person: Terrell DiversPhone number: 443.957.5555 Email: Hood2Hollywood1@yahoo.comWebsite: www.facebook/Hood2HollywoodINCDetails: THE NETWORK was established in 2010 after beauty supply store owner, Terrell Divers had been on a searchfor creative ways to network in order to build her business. She then learned that there were other small businessowners who were on that same search. Many were interested in networking events and vending affairs to build salesand new business contacts.Thus, THE NETWORKs misssion was created; We are a network of like – minded small business owners who areinterested in connecting with relevant resources via networking events in order to accomplish goals within our individualcompanies. Business owners who join THE NETWORK are members of the Board of Directors. The Chairperson, Terrell, and themembers plan networking events and vending affairs. Members are invited to local events around the city. Members arealso paired with a Service Manager who assists them with goals for their individual business. The Service Managerconnects the Business owners with relevant resources for their individual businesses.***********************************************************************Community AnnouncementsFROM: Larry Simmons, Special Assistant to County Executive Kamenetz Baltimore CountyDepartment of Agings latest publication called Senior Resources 2011 is now available. This annualpublication provides baby boomers, older adults, caregivers, and families, persons with disabilities and
  10. 10. OFBPA Newsletter June, 2011professionals with empowering information for identifying the resources and services that best meetstheir needs. In response to constituent requests, Senior Resources 2011 may also be viewed on-line byvisiting www.baltimorecountymd.gov/seniorresources.Senior Resources is also available free of charge at 20 Baltimore County Senior Centers as well aslibraries. Take this opportunity to empower your community association membership with informationthat provides one-stop shopping for living life. For paper copies of Senior Resources, please contact410-887-2012 to arrange for delivery of 60 copies or more. We would be happy to mail smallerquantities.It would be my pleasure to assist you with questions.BALTIMORE COUNTY POLICE CHIEF GETS NATIONAL ATTENTION!Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson has been chosen to serve as the National Law Enforcement representative andspokesman for the "Click It or Ticket" campaign. On Thursday, May 26, at 10 a.m., Johnson will join National TransportationSecretary Ray LaHood and National Highway Traffic Safety Administrator David Strickland in Washington D.C. for the National"Click It or Ticket" press event. Johnson is expected to speak about the importance of motorists using seatbelts, and how their useand enforcement of seatbelt laws save lives across the United States. The Baltimore County Police Department is known nationallyfor its leadership in traffic safety and the development of new programs. News from Senator Kathy Klausmeier 8th Legislative DistrictMy office has received the following information from the Maryland Transportation Authority (MdTA) regarding the proposed tollincrease for the bridges and tunnels that MdTA operates and the public hearings that will be held this summer regarding theproposal. If you are concerned about this proposed increase, I encourage you to either attend one of the public hearings or submita comment to the MdTA during the official public comment period. I have already sent a letter to Governor O’Malley and to MdTAChair Beverley Swaim-Staley expressing my displeasure with this proposal. In my letter I asked that the MdTA consider thehardship this proposal will have on Maryland commuters.INCREASES FORMALLY PROPOSED FOR MARYLAND TOLL FACILITIESPlan calls for phased-in toll increases in 2011, 2012 and 2013 MDTA to hold nine public hearings in June; 60-day public commentperiod now open through 5 p.m. Aug. 1“By phasing in these toll increases, we are not only giving our drivers and trucking partners the most time to plan as possible, butwe are working to simplify our toll-collection process with uniform toll rates at our facilities,” said MDTA Acting ExecutiveSecretary Randolph P. Brown, P.E. “Operationally, we’re also focused on streamlining the process and eliminating antiquated toll-collection methods and technology, including AVI decals and ticket programs.”A 60-day public-comment period begins June 2 and continues through 5 p.m. Aug. 1, 2011. The public can submit comments forthe official record via a web form at www.mdta.maryland.gov or by writing to MDTA Toll Comments, 2310 Broening Highway,Baltimore, MD 21224. The MDTA Board also will hold nine public hearings throughout the State to receive public and privatetestimony on the proposal.
  11. 11. OFBPA Newsletter June, 2011Household Items NeededThe Volunteer Office of the Baltimore County Department of Social Services is in need of donations of household items for itshousewares closet.New and/or gently-used items needed include: towels, blankets, sheets, pots and pans, flatware, dishes, glassware, smallappliances, and any other useful household items (no purely decorative items please).All basic housewares items are welcome as long as they are clean and in good condition. Receipts will be given upon request fortax purposes. Please contact the Volunteer Office at 410-853-3024 for more information.
  12. 12. OFBPA Newsletter June, 2011 MEMBER CORNER.Tech Services Zach John support@dottts.com petlove@academyhospital.comAcademy Animal Hospital Rick Lewis, D.V.MAce Web Hosting & Design Marty Schorr marty@acepc.comACN Independent Sales Representative Sharon Kozlowski sktechnology@acnrep.comAdministrative Solutions Dawn Kahler Kahler.officepro@gmail.comAFLAC Ed Dahling; Marty Bossle Edward_Dahlingiii@US.AFLAC.comAmica Mutual Insurance Company Kim Durham kdurham@amica.comAvon Independent Sales Representative Donna Bethke ptavon@comcast.netBaltimore Elite Martial Arts Academy Angel Kiskadden; Rick Hammond Info@bemaa.comBayview Homecare, Inc. Dan McLaughlin dan@bayviewhomecare.comBelair-Fowler, LLC Robin Demarco; Susan Riehl robin@obrechtRiehlProperties.comBelmont Financial Partners, LLC Terence K. Manuel terence@belmontfinancialpartners.comBeltone Hearing Center Tom Fisher; Amy audioservices@yahoo.comBoonerang Consulting, LLC Jackie Boone jackie@boonerangconsulting.comBoutique Petit of Waverly Evette Matthews fashion@eviesentities.comBrightview White Marsh Alan LeMay; Kevin Cysyk alemay@bvsl.netCenterLine Inspections, LLC Charles Lasek; Mary Lasek chucklasek@yahoo.comCookies by Design Ahmed Shafie; Lisa Harris michelleshafie@yahoo.comCostco Wholesale Karen Ervin; Tina Fullano w208mkt02@costco.comDestinations Credit Union Carol Szaroleta; Brian Vittek carol@destinationscu.orgEastern Savings Bank Darlene Conner dconner@easternsavingsbank.comElmwood Elementary School Sharon L. Ward sward@bcps.orgEmbroidMe Peter Tran; Allison Tran FullertonMD@Embroidme.comEscapade Promotions Lisa Gaskill lisa@escapadeadvertising.comEvergreen Equity Partners, LLC Chris Miller; Dina Nucci Chris@evgequity.comFullerton Elementary School Susan Biscoe; Candace Winterson sbiscoe@bcps.orgFullerton Federal Savings Association Charles N. Dontell charles@fullertonfederal.comFullerton Mini Storage and Penske TruckRental Victor Harari; Emanuel S. Glasser v.harari0@gmail.comFullerton Self Storage Karrie Barresi fss@securityselfstoragefl.comHamilton Federal Bank Angel Clingerman aclingerman@hamiltonfsb.comJerrys Toyota John Barry; Bill Bolander jbarry@jerrystoyota.comJohns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Tom McLhinney TMcLhin1@JHMI.eduJustified Electrical Services, US, LLC Janine Pfeiler; Chris Pfeiler justifiedelectrical@comcast.netLandmark Insurance, Inc. Suzanne Thompson suzanne@landmarkinsuranceinc.comLassahn Funeral Home, Inc. Fred Lassahn Flassahn@LassahnFuneralHomes.com
  13. 13. OFBPA Newsletter June, 2011Law Offices of Nomiki BouloubasisWeitzel & Assoc. Nomiki B. Weitzel; Ed Weitzel Nomikiw@AOL.comL W Accounting, LLC Lori Williams, CPA lori@Lwaccountingllc.comMelvins Tire & Auto Service, Inc. Joe Melvin; Mike Todd Melvinstire@verizon.netMr. Bs Tattoo & Body Piercing, LLC Robert Smith kickinlikekungfu@aol.comKen W. Neibaur and Anne Neibaur Anne Neibaur taxloan3970@verizon.netNextcar All Vehicle Rentals Dennis Boucher Dennis @nextcar.comOak Crest Village Rob Liebreich; Colleen LoPresto Robert.Liebeich@erickson.comOn Time Ground Transportation Catherine Shimp info@ontimerides.comOverlea Fullerton Senior Center Patti McDonnell (Center Director) overleasc@baltimorecountymd.govParkview at Fullerton Christina Messercola parkviewfullerton@sheltergrp.comPerry Hall Chiropractic & PhysicalTherapy Dennis Travagline DRT468@aol.comPerry Hall Florist Kathy Sanner; Ken Sanner PerryhallFlorist@yahoo.comPlay It Again Sports Mike Szaroleta sales@playitagain-sports.comPrudential Financial Brian W. McCully Brian.McCully@prudential.comRe/Max American Dream Olga "Auggie" Chesser auggieC@remax.netRitas dba Just Chillin, Inc. Jill Harp jillharp@msn.comRosedale Federal Saving & LoanAssociation Nancy Alperstein nalperstein@rosedalefederal.comRossbach Private Wealth Management,LLC Mark A. Rossbach, CPA Mark.Rossbach@axa-advisors.comSt. Michaels the Archangel Corinna Sibiski csibiski@smoverlea.org Debra Thompson; Diane StratkaSams Club (GM) DaThomp.s06650.us@samsclub.com Lalita Prabhakar; Patricia J.Slavie Federal Savings Bank Zimmerman l.prabhakar@slavie.comState Farm Insurance / Jim McCray Jim McCray; Rhonda McCray jim@jimmccray.comStingray Social Media Services David Foertsch davidfoertsch@stingraysocial.comStreakfree Products Nancy Bagley; Karen Weber streakfreeproducts@comcast.netThe Arbor Sun Group, Inc. Donna Cameron, President dcameron@arborsun.com Martin J. Vittek, Sr.; Jessica L.The Artists Corner, Inc. Vittek glasdoc@verizon.netThe Clip Joint, Inc. Florence A. Wells florenceawells@verizon.netThe Maryland School for the Blind Mark Althoff; Casey Joyce MarkA@Mdschblind.orgWatermans Pride Seafood Christina Barcikowski; Tony Vicari WatermansPrideSeafood@gmail.comWhiteford, Taylor & Preston, L.L.P. Dennis M. Robinson, Jr. drobinson@wtplaw.com
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