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November 26, 2006

The Bodyworks Massage Center

Jeffery S. Delauter Sr., RMP, of Clear Spring, has joined The Bodyworks Massage Center as a full-time registered massage practitioner (RMP).

Delauter is a July 2005 graduate of the Professional Massage Training Program at the York Campus of the Baltimore School of Massage. He is certified in therapeutic massage and bodywork by The National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) of Chicago.

He practices Swedish, deep tissue, myofacial, sports, pre-natal and hot stone massage.

Prudential Franklin Associates

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Prudential Franklin Associates, Realtors, has named real estate agent Troy Garman, Chambersburg, top agent for October.

It is the fourth straight month that Garman has been named top agent. He also is a member of Prudential's President's Circle.

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Fort Detrick Alliance

FREDERICK, Md. - Anna Johnson-Winegar has joined the board of directors of the Fort Detrick Alliance.

Johnson-Winegar, of Frederick, most recently was deputy assistant to the secretary of defense (Chemical and Biological Defense Programs) at the Pentagon.

She has a B.A. in biology from Hood College and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in microbiology from Catholic University.

She does private consulting work for industry, academic and government clients. She is the national chairman of the board for the American Cancer Society.

The Fort Detrick Alliance is a 501c(4) organization with a primary purpose of facilitating the communication and understanding between federal agencies at Fort Detrick and the community.

Fulton County Medical Center

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Three vacant positions on The Fulton County Medical Center's board of directors were filled on Oct. 30.

The three new board members are:

·William Milroth, a local primary care physician.

·Nancy Younker, a retired schoolteacher and former board member.

· Sandy Land, an independent consultant.

The Fulton County Medical Center is a Pennsylvania non-profit corporation that owns and operates an 82-bed critical-access hospital and skilled nursing-care facility.

Tractor Supply Co.

Rob Ramsey has been named store manager at the Hagerstown Tractor Supply Co. store at 1701 Massey Blvd.

Ramsey joined Tractor Supply Co. as a manager trainee in Danville, Va., in February 2005 and worked as store manager at the Henderson, N.C., store.

He previously spent 18 years working for Circuit City, including six years as a store manager.

In his new position, Ramsey will oversee all store operations, including receiving, inventory control and merchandising, as well as customer relations and team member relations.

Department of Social Services

Sally Hellane has been appointed to the State Council of Child Abuse and Neglect (SCAN) by Governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

SCAN reviews issues surrounding child abuse and neglect, and makes recommendations to the governor and to the Department of Human Resources.

Hellane, who is program supervisor with Catholic Charities, has worked cooperatively with the Washington County Department of Social Services providing clinical social work services to foster children and foster families.

She has a master's of social work from the University of Maryland School of Social Work and is licensed as a certified social worker-clinical. She has worked as a social work therapist for families and children for Washington County Hospital for 20 years.

Cosmopolitan Hair Salon

Serena McNemar and Lisa Barnhart of Cosmopolitan Hair Salon in Hagerstown recently attended educational classes at the Hershey Convention Center and Lodge.

The classes included Matrix Global, Chi and Aquage.

Carlson Wagonlit Travel

Agents Belinda Stull and Maryanne Recher of Carlson Wagonlit Travel in Hagers-town were among the more than 375 top-producing travel agency owners and managers who gathered at the Walt Disney World Resort for the third annual Disney's EarMarked Conference, a program designed for authorized Disney vacation planners.

Recher and Stull got an in-depth look at Disney's "Year of a Milllion Dreams," a 15-month-long celebration. They also heard from sales, marketing and travel authorities on the latest trends and technologies that are shaping the leisure-travel industry.

TAM

FREDERICK, Md. - The Transportation Association of Maryland (TAM), a statewide association of more than 40 rural and urban transportation providers, has named TransIT driver Isaac Wilkes Maryland's Fixed Route Driver of the Year for 2006.

Wilkes drives TransIT's Connector Routes, the fixed and deviated-fixed bus routes that operate in Frederick's urbanized areas. He transports the general public, senior citizens and customers with disabilities.

Wilkes was recognized for consistently demonstrating a positive and professional attitude, safe driving skills and outstanding customer service. He received a safety award for four years of safe driving.

TransIT's fixed route and paratransit Drivers of the Year are selected by their peers and nominated to TAM to be considered in the statewide competition.

Patterson, Kiersz & Murphy

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - R. Thomas Murphy and David F. Spang, attorneys, and Barbara A. Henicle and Debra S. Pagach, paralegals, all with the law firm of Patterson, Kiersz & Murphy, P.C., of Waynesboro, attended the 13th annual Estate Law Seminar at the Philadelphia Convention Center on Nov. 15 and 16.

The seminar was co-sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Association. Topics included medical assistance estate recovery, asset protection planning tools, charitable gifting and trusts administration.

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