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October 22, 1998

Reeders Memorial Home

BOONSBORO - Cindy D. Spessert has been named employee of the month for October at Reeders Memorial Home.

She has worked as a licensed practical nurse for the past eight years and is currently primary nurse on Lincoln Terrace, the facility's Alzheimer Unit.

The Paper Factory

The Paper Factory, a retail outlet featuring party goods, gift wrap, greeting cards and other paper products, plans a grand opening in Prime Outlets at Hagerstown Oct. 23, 24 and 25.

The Paper Factory is managed by Joy Whitford.

Lutheran Home Care Services

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Lutheran Home Care Services Inc. has named Karen Bierbower Employee of the Month for October.

Bierbower of Chambersburg, is a physical therapist in the Franklin County office.

She has worked for Lutheran Home Care Services for five years.

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Family Hypnotherapy Center

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Family Hypnotherapy Center in Greencastle has become affiliated with Positive Changes Hypnosis, of Virginia.

Besides taking the Positive Changes Hypnosis name, the business will be moving Nov. 1 to a larger office at 1185 Mount Aetna Road in Hagerstown.

Joining the Positive Changes Hypnosis network will allow Family Hypnotherapy Center to access more than 30 years of resources and provide clients with the latest in proven hypnosis techniques.

An open house is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For information, call 1-717-593-9794.

Season's

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Season's country collectibles at 329 S. Raleigh St. in Martinsburg was recently promoted to Silver Paw Dealer by the Boyd's Bear Collection Ltd.

Boyd's Bears create affordable antique reproduction and collectibles from plush to resin figures.

Brenda K. Burkett, of Williamsport, owns Season's.

Frederick County Public Schools

FREDERICK, Md. - The Frederick County Board of Education has appointed Joyce Harris certified personnel officer for the Frederick County Public Schools.

Harris brings 25 years of experience with the school system to the position. She will be responsible for recruiting new teachers and providing staffing support and counsel to county schools.

Currently a School Improvement Training and Equity (SITE) facilitator for the school system, Harris was previously a high school and middle school English/language arts teacher and a staff developer.

Fulton County National Bank and Trust

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - The Fulton County National Bank and Trust Co. will expand estate and investment services locally through a servicing agreement with Sentry Trust Co. in Chambersburg.

FCNB has selected Sentry Trust Co. as agent for its trust services including estate planning and administration services, employee benefit planning, tax planning, discount brokerage and retirement planning services.

Sentry plans to open a full-service trust office in McConnellsburg at FCNB's Penn Village branch bank in January, pending regulatory approval.

West Virginia Hospital Association

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - New officers and trustees were announced at the conclusion of the West Virginia Hospital Association's 73rd annual meeting.

They include chairman Peter L. Mulford, administrator of City Hospital in Martinsburg.

Chase Vista Funds

FREDERICK, Md. - Chase Vista Funds has announced that Bob Armstrong, of Wheat First Union in Frederick, has achieved record sales this year.

Sagittarius Hair Designs

Sabine Nauman and Stacy Snyder, of Sagittarius Hair Designs, attended the Graham Webb Academy in Arlington, Va.

The academy was a three-day, hands-on event where they learned classic cutting and new refresher skills and techniques.

RCI

Jerald Ambrose, Mark Kaetzel, Paul Shelton, Sam Turner and Gary Winters, all correctional officer IIs at Roxbury Correctional Institution near Hagerstown, were named employees of the month for October.

They are receiving the award for their performance working in the courtyard, mass movements on the 7-3 shift and chow lines.

Situations arose three times in the courtyard that had the potential to turn into mass disturbance incidents had it not been for the officers.

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