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Business briefs

August 31, 2000

Business briefs



Longaberger

Longaberger sales consultant Lisa Dorsey, of Hagerstown, recently attended the Longaberger Co.'s 19th annual national convention, the Bee, in Columbus, Ohio.

She was among more than 15,000 sales associates from around the country to attend.

Associates learned new skills to use with their home-based businesses, were recognized for outstanding sales and recruitment and networked with other associates, Longaberger family members and staff.

Mud Luscious Records

MYERSVILLE, Md. - Mud Luscious Records has announced that Janice Wagner has been hired to take over the booking and promotional aspects of the Myersville-based independent recording label.

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Her appointment will allow label founder David Morreale to focus on running the performance end of the business.

The label was launched last year as an outlet for releasing Morreale's first CD, "The Book of David."

Robinwood Family Practice

Dr. Teresa M. Joy is slated to join the Robinwood Family Practice at Robinwood Medical Center in Hagerstown this month.

Joy most recently worked at Kirk Army Health center at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Md., as the officer in charge.

She developed and implemented the telephone consult triage system there and supervised the smoking cessation and tuberculosis prophylaxis and treatment programs.

RCI

Stephen Nuckels has been promoted to correctional officer sergeant at Roxbury Correctional Institution. Nuckels has worked in various positions there including in the Segregation Housing Unit. He is a lead firearms instructor and member of the institution's Tactical Weapons Team.

Also, the institution named three Employees of the Month for August.

Darryl Reid, correctional officer sergeant, is being commended for his professionalism and leadership in running the Inner Yard.

Registered nurse Linda Tritsch and licensed practical nurse Susan Leonard are being commended for their quick response to an accident in the institution's State Use Industries Graphic Arts Shop when an inmate was seriously hurt. They were instrumental in saving the inmate's finger.

The Shook Home

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Registered Nurse Lindsey Coble, an employee of The Shook Home for three years, has been awarded a $450 CENPANPHA Scholarship.

The annual scholarship, given by the Pennsylvania Association of Non-Profit Homes of America, helps nursing home employees learn more about long term care.

Route 5

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Route 5 has purchased of the former Union Hall at 346 Cumberland Ave. in Chambersburg to house its satellite office and Web site development.

The gift retailer's new building will include three 700 square-foot office spaces for lease when renovations are complete.

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