County credits employees for taking courses

June 12, 2002

The Washington County Commissioners and Jim Cannon of Hagerstown Community College presented 17 awards of merit and 17 plaques to county employees who completed development courses in government management and support.

The series, called "Going for the Gold," is designed to improve employee skills, knowledge and abilities.

In order to qualify, candidates had to take 24 course hours in a core curriculum and elective courses.

Receiving the Government Supervisory Management certificates were:

-- Roy Lescalleet, emergency services.

-- Bardonna Woods, emergency services.

-- Mike Rohrer, water and sewer.

-- Terry Schlotterbeck, water and sewer.

-- Rick Stevens, water and sewer.

-- Terry Wray, water and sewer.


-- John Pennesi, buildings, grounds and parks.

-- Dave Shrader, highway department.

-- Rodney Snyder, highway department.

Receiving Office Support Management certificates were:

-- Jamie Calandrelle, water and sewer.

-- Kathy Grove, water and sewer.

-- Julie Nichols, county administrator.

-- Angie Helfrick, Community Partnership for Children and Families.

-- Dyanne Sharrar, recreation department.

-- Mary Price, highway department.

-- Beth Weaver, human resources.

-- Tina Rupert, department of public works.

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