People 6/30

June 30, 2002

National Association of Social Workers

Maggie Terry has been elected to serve as Western Maryland representative on the board of directors of the National Association of Social Workers, Maryland chapter, for a two-year term.

Terry, a medical social worker at Washington County Hospital Home Health Care, will represent NASW members in Frederick, Washington, Allegany and Garrett counties.

Summit Health Improvement Center

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Carmelita Jenkins, a massage therapist at Summit Health Improvement Center in Chambersburg, recently achieved her national board certification, the highest recognized standard of skill and excellence offered by the therapeutic massage community.

Jenkins graduated from the Alternative Conjunction Clinic and School of Massage Therapy.

Community Foundation of Washington County

Bradley N. Sell has assumed the duties of executive director of the Community Foundation of Washington County Inc., effective June 10.


Sell served as the executive director of Food Resources Inc. in Hagerstown for the last five years.

The Community Foundation serves as a partner and resource for community philanthropy, providing a variety of flexible and cost-effective ways for donors to improve the quality of life in their community, now and in the future.

Physical Therapy Etc.

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Physical Therapy Etc. has announced the addition to its staff of James Kinton.

Kinton has experience in inpatient and outpatient therapy settings as well as home health.

The Shook Home

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Alison Recard is the new activities director for The Shook Home and Quarters at The Shook.

Recard, of Mont Alto, Pa., previously worked at Quincy United Methodist Home as a certified nurse aide since 1996.

ekm Inspirations

Norine Dagliano of ekm Inspirations in Hagerstown has announced her affiliation as one of the first 500 members of the Career Masters Institute, the world's first Internet-based training and development organization for career and employment industry professionals.

She is a certified professional resume writer, conducts career management training sessions throughout the quad-state region, and has been published in "Best College Resumes" and "Cover Letters that Knock 'Em Dead."

Hood College

FREDERICK, Md. - The Hood College Board of Trustees elected a new chairwoman and vice chairwoman and added two new members at its recent meeting.

S. Deborah Jones of Greenwich, Conn., was named chairwoman; Nan Young Strauch of Laguna Beach, Calif., was named vice chairwoman; and F. William Hoffman of Naples, Fla., and Sheldon Elliot Steinbach of Rockville, Md., were named board members.

Jones and Strauch were elected to two-year terms while Hoffman and Steinbach will serve six-year terms.

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has recognized the following employees for achievement in May:

-- Cynthia Moler was the top listing sales associate by volume, the top selling sales associate by volume and the top selling sales associate by units.

-- Preston Fouke was the top listing sales associate by units.

-- Tina Nash was the top sales associate by settled volume and the top sales associate by settled units.

Farmers & Mechanics Bank

FREDERICK, Md. - Heather Rowe, sales support representative for the Wealth Management Group at Farmers & Mechanics Bank, has achieved her Series 7 license for general securities representative.

Lynn Ott, sales support representative, has also achieved her Series 7 license for general securities representative.

Hagerstown Community College

Hagerstown Community College's Board of Trustees recently awarded emeritus status to Professor John Astegher, James Brown, director of athletics and the Athletic Recreation and Community Center, and retired President Norman Shea.

Astegher was awarded professor emeritus status based on his effective teaching at the college for 33 years, his direction of plays for the drama society and his leadership of several student tours to Europe, among other achievements.

Brown was awarded director, athletics and ARCC emeritus status based on his accomplishments in achieving a Maryland JUCO and NJCAA Region XX record of 529 wins as the men's head basketball coach, his instrumentation in the funding and construction of the ARCC, his origination of the Hawk Booster Club and other achievements.

Shea was awarded president emeritus status based on his 16 years of leadership, promotion of job training and re-training, advocating of improvement and development of state-of-the-art instructional and recreational facilities and many other accomplishments.


Financial adviser Scott D. Ford has been awarded the professional designation of Registered Financial Consultant by the International Association of Registered Financial Consultants, a nonprofit educational and professional organization.

Ford is president and managing director of Cornerstone, a local financial planning company in Hagerstown.

Hub Labels

Anton Dahbura, corporate vice president of Hub Labels Inc. in Hagerstown, has been appointed to the Hagerstown Community College Board of Trustees.

Dahbura will serve a six-year term, replacing outgoing trustee James Latimer.

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