Harford residents Lawrence V. Adam Jr., Dorothy Daasch and John R. Olsen have been elected to the board of directors for Girl Scouts of Central Maryland.

Adam and Olsen will serve three-year terms as board members-at-large, while Daasch was named to the board's nominatingcommittee.

The board of directors determines long-range corporate goals and is responsible for the financial support affecting the work of the council. The nominating committee assures that the council's top leadership is effective in management and representative of the Central Maryland region.

Adam, senior vice president for Dean Witter ReynoldsInc. in Baltimore, is a graduate of the University of Baltimore and the Wharton Institute Account Executive Program. In addition to founding the Harvest for the Hungry Campaign, which benefits the Maryland Food Bank, Adam produces and is host of the cable show "Money Matters."

Daasch, a graduate of Harford Community College and Iowa State University, is a teacher at Home and Hospital and works for the Harford County Board of Education. She has a history of volunteerism with the Girl Scouts and is a member of the Little Gunpowder Association, Friends of Jerusalem Mill and Trinity Lutheran Church Vacation School.

Olsen, a project manager for Whiting-Turner Contracting Company Inc. in Baltimore, is a graduate of the State University of New York at Buffalo and has a history of volunteerism with the Boy Scouts of America. His other volunteer involvement includes positions with the United Way of Central Maryland and the American Society of Engineers. He is a former president of the Madonna Improvement Association.


Harford County businessman Frederick O. Mitchell has been elected an officer of the Maryland Hospital Association.

Mitchell, a Perryman resident, will serve as vice chairman of theMHA's board of trustees and as a member of its executive council. Heis chairman of the board of the Upper Chesapeake Health System, the non-profit parent of Harford Memorial and Fallston General hospitals.

Mitchell, the managing partner of F. O. Mitchell Bro., a farming and food processing firm, has been an at-large member of MHA's executive council and the group's secretary.

The MHA is a non-profit, non-government organization created more than 20 years ago as a vehiclefor cooperation and communication among the state's community acute care, special and veteran's hospitals.


Col.Wyett H. Colclasure is the new project manager for nuclear, biological and chemical defense systems. The office of the project manager reports directly to the commander of the U.S. Army Chemical Research, Development and Engineering Center.

A native of Illinois, Colclasure earned a bachelor and master of science degree from the University of Illinois. His military education includes the Chemical Officer Advanced Course, the Army Command and General Staff College, and the Army War College.

Previously he was director of the Materiel Test Directorate, Dugway Proving Ground, Utah.


Ronald R. Eaton and Keith A. Williams have been reappointed to Harford Community College's board of trustees for the 1991-1992 school year bythe Harford County Board of Education.

Eaton and Williams have served as the board of education's representatives for the past two years.


Mildred Boyd of Bel Air has been named associate professor of nursing at Essex Community College and Alan Nemorofsky of Fallston was appointed associate professor of mental health/human services.

The promotions were announced by the board of trustees of the Baltimore County Community Colleges.


Dr. Rosemary Hatem Bonsack, chairman of the Harford County delegation to the Maryland General Assembly, was appointed by Gov. William Donald Schaefer to a newly formed state commission on cancer control.

The 15-member commission was established to develop and implement a cancer control plan.

Bonsack has been active with the Harford County Cancer Society and served on the Maryland Board of Cancer for three years. She is a past president of the Harford County Medical Society and the Maryland Academy of Family Physicians.

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