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$8,000 raised in disability benefit

Hunan Manor announced that $8,000 was raised by about 300 people for the Disability Awareness Program at a benefit recently at the Columbia restaurant.

The program was established in 1979 with the support of the Howard County Board of Education to eliminate attitudinal barriers and stereotypes that prevent people with disabilities from reaching their potential.

Despite the success of the fund-raiser, the Disability Awareness Program remains in desperate need of money.

F: For information about making donations, call 313-7014.

35 computer training titles published

Training Express, a Columbia-based publisher of computer training

materials, announced that 35 software training titles had been produced as of the close of the third quarter.

Training Express is a subsidiary of Damar Group, with whose training faculty it works when designing business computer training materials.



Realtors name 32nd president

Tom Pirritano, president of Pirritano Appraisals and affiliated with Associates Realty, was named the 32nd president of The Howard County Association of Realtors Oct. 21 at Turf Valley Country Club.

Also taking office with Mr. Pirritano were President-elect Ken Steil of American Properties; Treasurer Al Cooke of O'Conor, Piper & Flynn; Concetta Corriere of RE/MAX Columbia as immediate past president and directors Pam Ballo, Long & Foster; Sue Dornbirer, ERA Image; Vivian Feen, RE/MAX Advantage; Emily Lincoln, RE/MAX Columbia; Nick Loen, RE/MAX Columbia; Ted Marshall, Marshall Realty; Frank J. Martin 3rd, American Properties; Sandy Mitchell, O'Conor, Piper & Flynn and Sue Pakulla, The Prudential Preferred Properties.

Printers donate services to Red Cross

Jack and Karen Indig, owners of Downtown Printing in Columbia, will donate their services to print 500 programs for the Red and White Ball for the Howard County offices of the American Red Cross.

The ball is March 20, 1993, at Turf Valley Country Club.

Businesses may buy advertisements in the program by contacting the Red Cross, 730-0020.

Ball proceeds will benefit the Howard County Red Cross.

UM technology program director to speak

Richard Frank of Clarksville, director of the University of Maryland's Technology Advancement Program, a technology-based "incubator" for start-up companies, will be the featured speaker at the Columbia Patuxent Rotary Club, 7:30 a.m. tomorrow in the Columbia Hilton.

Reservations are required, and there is a $10 fee for breakfast.

Information: (301)992-5550.

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