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Business People

December 16, 2007

RE/MAX Achievers

Agent Lillie McHale has joined RE/MAX Achievers of Hagerstown.

McHale is licensed in Maryland and Pennsylvania.




Prudential Franklin Associates, Realtors

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Troy Garman, of Prudential Franklin Associates, Realtors, in Chambersburg, recently earned the GRI (Graduate, Realtors Institute) professional designation from the Pennsylvania Realtors Institute.

The GRI designation is a nationally recognized mark of achievement in the real estate profession.

Garman was awarded the designation after completing 90 hours of classroom instruction, covering subjects including contract law, professional standards, sales and marketing, finance and risk reduction.

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Brook Lane

Brook Lane acknowledged the following employees as Employee of the Month for November:

· Clinical staff - Samantha Reiter, behavioral specialist, Laurel Hall School.

· Support staff - Mary Mapes, cook, Nutritional Services.




Glocker Group Realty Results

The Glocker Group Realty Results listed the following top agents for November.

· Brenda Byrnes was Top Listing Agent in Units.

· Eddie Jefferson was Top Listing Agent in Volume.

· Gary Glocker was the Top Selling Agent in Units and Volume.




Synergy Healing Arts Center

BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT, Pa. - Margie Schaeffer, director of Synergy Healing Arts Center and Massage School in Blue Ridge Summit, was in Cincinnati from Oct. 26 to 28, to take Level II Spinal Reflex Analysis (SRA) training.

She continued her studies with Dr. Frank Jarrel, an SRA-Sports Performance Specialist and founder and developer of Spinal Reflex Analysis and Spinal Reflex Institute International.

Schaeffer is coordinating the introduction of SRA training into the 140-hour Advanced Intui-Medical Massage Therapy training program at Synergy Healing Arts Center and Massage School.




Tourism Council of Frederick County

FREDERICK, Md. - The Tourism Council of Frederick County presented its 2007 Ambassador of the Year award to Marie Anne Erickson.

The award goes each year to an individual or group in the community whose actions help improve the experience of visitors to Frederick County.

Erickson volunteers for several organizations, provided support to the Frederick Historic Sites Consortium and served on the committee for the 1995 commemorative calendar for the City of Frederick's 250th anniversary. In 2001, she participated in producing the Tourism Council's African-American Heritage Sites brochure, including writing the copy.




Tastefully Simple

The following local residents have become independent consultants with Tastefully Simple Inc., a national gourmet products direct sales company.

They are Jen Flanagan of Hagerstown, Jaime George of Keedysville and Amber Estes of Middletown, Md.




Market America

The following Washington County residents have advanced in Market America's system.

· Frank Davis, of Hagerstown, moved up to the executive coordinator level in September.

· Janelle Witmer, of Hagerstown, moved up to the executive coordinator level in August.

· Gerard Wagner, of Clear Spring, advanced to coordinator as an independent distributor.

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