Carroll Chamber of Commerce honors members


During the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce's quarterly Hats Off breakfast, the organization honored four members for their recent business accomplishments.

David Griffith, head of the Carroll County Baltimore Life Insurance office, accepted the award given to the Carroll County Life Underwriters for raising $4,900 for Carroll Hospice, Resurrection Farm and the Carroll Community College this year.

Loraine and Alvin Long, owners of Long's Florist in Hampstead and Finksburg, received an award for celebrating their fifth anniversary in business.

Tom Heckanak of Electronics Unlimited was recognized for expanding his electric repair business, from a location on Main Street to the former Jeep/Eagle building on Sullivan Road.

L The business opened in the Heckanak's basement in June 1991.

Dwight Dingle, general manager of WTTR radio in Westminster, accepted the award recognizing the station's 40th business


Officials meet privately with local magician

Carroll commissioners met in a closed session Monday with magician Raymond Corbin, who is better known as "Ray-mond."

The commissioners would not say what the meeting was about.

K? Mr. Corbin of Westminster could not be reached for comment.

Commissioners honor retiring employee

The Carroll County commissioners Tuesday honored employee Dominic Dattilio for almost 10 years of service.

Mr. Dattilio of Westminster has worked as a traffic control supervisor since Sept. 22, 1983.

He will retire Aug. 1.

The county commissioners gave him a plaque at a ceremony at the county maintenance center at 1250 Meadow Branch Road in Westminster.

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