Stephanie Yancy has recently become president of the Board of Directors of the YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County.

An assistantvice president of First National Bank in the Commercial Loan Division, Yancy became associated with the YWCA when her bank nominated her as their TWIN Honoree in 1987.Since then, she has served as Secretaryof the Board and the Finance Committee.

Her plans for the coming year include completing the on-going Capital Campaign by purchasing land or a building; increasing membership; and continuing to expand services to women and their families in the face of increasingly difficult economic conditions.

Yancy resides in Arnold with her husband and two teen-age children. She is a member of St. Philips Episcopal Church and a member of the Anne Arundel County Minority Business Enterprise Committee.


TheUnited Way of Central Maryland's Management Resources Center is now accepting nominations for its fourth annual Awards of Distinction, which cite outstanding managers of nonprofit organizations.

The awards identify, recognize and reward nonprofit professionals who demonstrate leadership and management excellence.

The cash awards will bepresented for use in the recipients' continuing education and professional development. Money for the awards comes from the United Way Endowment Fund.

All nominees must work for 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt organizations that have been in existence for a minimum of three years. Nominations are open to all senior-level managers of nonprofit agencies in Central Maryland, regardless of United Way affiliation.

Nomination deadline is Dec. 10, and recipients will be honored at a June 1992 awards ceremony. Call for applications.

Information: 547-8000Ext.277.


The Annapolis Jaycees are conducting the "Outstanding Young Annapolitan" recognition program to honor an enterprising young man or woman.

The award, in its 41st year, goes to young adults cited for meritorious service to the community. The winners will be honored at an event scheduled for January 1992.

Nominations are currently being sought for the 1991 Outstanding YoungAnnapolitan. Nominees must be between the ages of 21 and 39 and mustlive or work in the Annapolis area. Organizations, businesses, civicgroups and individuals are all encouraged to submit nominations.

Information: 268-1374 or 268-1863.

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