Econo Lodge Frederick changed its affiliation to the Comfort Inn Hotel chain. The inn is located at 420 Prospect Blvd. in Frederick.
Gail Winslow was inducted into Research Magazine's Broker Hall of Fame. Ms. Winslow is vice chairman of Ferris, Baker Watts Inc., a regional investment firm.
Clinical Associates of Towson, Pediatrics Department, won the first annual 1991 Outstanding Pediatrician Award from the Maryland Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
James E. Youngblood received the 1991 Director's Award for systems analysis from Aberdeen Proving Ground. Mr. Youngblood is a supervisory operations research analyst in the HTC High to Medium Air Defense Section of the U.S. Army Material Systems Analysis Activity at Aberdeen Proving Ground.
North Charles Press in Baltimore won 13 awards from the Printing Industries of Maryland and Southern Pennsylvania. Weinberg Harris & Associates Inc., a corporate communications, marketing, public relations, conference and event planning firm, was opened by Tracey L. Weinberg and Gregory E. Harris at 200 S. President St., Suite 206, in Baltimore.
Meineke Discount Muffler Shop was opened at at 3425 N. Chatham Road in Ellicott City by Tom Daniel and Luke Stumpf.
Graphtronics USA Corp., a photographic processing manufacturer that is a joint venture of Graphtronics Limited of Canada and GPE of Italy, opened at 780 Elkridge Landing Road, Suite 207, in Linthicum.
Finney & Baer, a law firm in Towson, was opened by Angus E. Finney and Curtis H. Baer at The Charleswood, 8422 Bellona Lane, Suite 200, in Towson.
Sass & Associates, an advertising and marketing agency in Annapolis, is representing the Shops at National Place in Washington.
Fast & Associates Inc., a Columbia-based advertising agency, is developing an advertising and marketing program for Communications Electronics Inc.
Susan Perrin Art Consulting in Timonium was hired by the Baltimore Orioles Inc. to coordinate art placement for Camden Station and Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Bonnie Henson Communications Inc. in Owings Mills is representing the following clients: Budget Tax Services Inc. in Brooklyn Park Plaza; Maxine Klane & Associates, health care consultants in Columbia; and Ferrara Benefit Services in Towson.
Freed and Associates, a Baltimore-based advertising and marketing communications agency, is representing Mark Downs Inc., a Cockeysville-based office furniture discounter.
Image Dynamics Inc., a Baltimore-based advertising and public relations agency, is representing O'Conor, Piper & Flynn real estate; The Circle Companies, a real estate development and management company; Adoption Initiative Program, a campaign to promote adopting children with special needs; and Eastpoint Mall.
Associated Luxury Hotels, an association of four- and five-star/diamond hotels, resorts and transportation companies, named the Loews Annapolis Hotel a member.
Homebuilders Association of Maryland elected Michael Barrett president of the Association's Sales and Marketing Council. Mr. Barrett is sales manager for Landmark Homes.
Maryland/Delaware Independent Automobile Dealers Association elected the following officers: president, Joseph Eikenberg Jr. of Aero Motors in Essex; chairman, Bill Fitzell of McKeithan Sales & Service in Towson; vice president-District I, Bill Rozell of Garrett Automotive in Oakland; vice president-District II, Leonard Glushakow of Motor World in Frederick; vice president-District III, Herbert Cherner of Cherner Bros. Auto Brokers in Kensington; vice president-District IV, Mario Clementoni of Advantage Auto Brokers in Baltimore; vice president-District V, Robert L. Day of R. L. Day Inc. in Darlington; vice president-District VI, William Carey of Carey Auto Sales in Salisbury; vice president, District-VII, Mi
chael Carey of C&P; Motors in Dover, Del.; secretary, Irene Turnage of M&M; Auto Sales of Waldorf; and treasurer, Joyce E. Brewer of Cub Hill Motors Inc. Stephen A. Burch was named to the Essex Community College Foundation Board. Mr. Burch is area vice president of Comcast Cable Television in Timonium.
Baltimore School for the Arts elected Constance Caplan, Joseph A. DeFrancis and James H. McLean to the Board of Overseers. Ms. Caplan is president of Time Group in Baltimore, Mr. DeFrancis is president of Pimlico and Laurel Race Courses, and Mr. McLean is owner and CEO of Four Seas Seven Winds travel management company.
Martin L. Millspaugh was named to the board of directors of the International Visitors Center of Maryland. Mr. Millspaugh is president of The Enterprise International Development Co. and vice chairman of The Enterprise Development Co.
Margie H. Muller, Maryland bank commissioner, was named chairman of the Conference of State Bank Supervisors and state liaison committee of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council.
Tapobrata Chakrabarti, chief engineer and vice president of George William Stephens Jr. & Associates Inc. in Towson, was appointed by the state Soil Conservation Committee to serve on the Board of Supervisors of the Baltimore County Soil Conservation District.
Charles Levine of Charles Levine Catering was named to the board of directors for the Restaurant Association of Maryland and elected president of the Caterer's Chapter of the association.
appointed Thomas P. Healy and Joseph E. Peters trustees. Mr. Healy is executive vice president of Riggs Counselman Michaels and Downes, and will serve on the college's student affairs committee. Mr. Peters is executive vice president of First Maryland Bancorp, First National Bank of Maryland, and will serve on the academic affairs and investment committees.
General Electric Foundation gave $75,000 to the Johns Hopkins University School of Engineering and Morgan State University in Baltimore for a program to increase the number of women and minorities who earn doctorates in engineering and physical sciences.