Accounting partner named to group's boardMark L....

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Accounting partner named to group's board

Mark L. Lefko, a partner in the accounting firm Rosenfeld, Hartman and Lefko in Owings Mills, was elected to the board of directors of the Professional's Education Network.

nTC Mr. Lefko, a certified public accountant, was also elected chairman of the Technical Issues Committee for Entrepreneurial

Services, which provides financial consulting services to growing business.

The network is an association of independent accounting firms.

Health firm president is top entrepreneur

Henry T. Harbin, president and chief executive officer of Green Spring Health Services Inc., was awarded the health care/life sciences 1995 Entrepreneur of the Year Award last month.

He received the honor during an awards ceremony at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Tysons Corner, Va. The Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, founded in 1986 by the professional services firm Ernst & Young, was established to recognize entrepreneurs who have demonstrated excellence in areas such as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.

Green Spring Health Services has become one of the fastest-growing companies in the industry. It employs 900 in its corporate offices in Columbia and 15 regional offices throughout the country.

College Job Fair set at Towson State

Businesses, government agencies and nonprofit organizations are invited to participate in the College Job Fair of Central Maryland at Towson State University on Dec. 27.

The job fair, to be held at the Towson Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., will provide a cost-effective opportunity for employers to interview college seniors and recent graduates.

Last year, the fair attracted more than 100 employers and about 2,000 job candidates from 200 colleges and universities.

Employers are encouraged to register early. Before Sept. 29, the registration fee will be discounted. Information: (410) 830-2233.

Millennium joins with CSC Consulting

Millennium Partners, a management consulting company headed by Kathleen F. Wycoff, has formed an alliance with CSC Consulting of Falls Church, Va.

Under the alliance agreement, Millennium Partners will represent CSC on systems and technology related projects in the greater Maryland market.

Millennium Partners, based in Towson, focuses on change management, business re-engineering and financial communications.

Women Entrepreneurs offers training classes

Women Entrepreneurs of Baltimore Inc. provides business training to women in the Baltimore area, offering three, 12-week training classes each year.

The program works with women of all financial backgrounds who have a viable business idea, helping them achieve financial self-sufficiency. WEB supplies training and business start-up and operation support, as well as a mentoring program, internships with businesses and cost-sharing arrangements with other WEB-launched businesses.

Information: (410) 727-4921,

Beatty is honored for community work

The Maryland Association of CPAs has honored Lloyd Beatty, managing partner of Beatty, Satchell & Co. in Easton, with its 1995 Public Service Award for outstanding community participation.

Mr. Beatty, an Easton resident, has served in organizations for 40 years. He has served as chairman of the Budget/Admissions Committee of the Talbott County United Fund, and as a board member of Memorial Hospital in Easton, and is chairman of the hospital's foundation. He is chairman of the investment committee and a vice chairman of gifts and grants at Salisbury State University Foundation Inc.

Eyre new president of bus association

The Maryland Bus Association has chosen J. Thomas Eyre as its new president.

Mr. Eyre, owner and vice president of Eyre Bus Service Inc., brings 28 years' experience to the organization, which consists of bus owners and operators throughout the state.

Eyre Bus Service, a family-owned business serving the Washington-Baltimore metropolitan area, was founded 48 years ago and is based in Glenelg.

Chapter elects Kleeman president

June Kleeman, owner of Chesapeake Truck Rental/Leasing Inc., has been elected president of the Baltimore regional chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners.

Ms. Kleeman has previously served as president-elect, vice president, corporate membership chairwoman, corresponding secretary and treasurer.

Among other accomplishments, Ms. Kleeman founded the Friends of the Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped and served as its president until 1994. She is an active member of the Executive Women's Network, Citizen's for Maryland Libraries and the National Federation for the Blind.

New Accounts

* Froehling & Robertson Inc., a geotechnical, environmental and materials engineering and testing firm headquartered in Richmond, Va., has been awarded a contract with the Maryland Department of General Services to provide air and radiation services for multiple design projects.

* Buckley Marketing Inc., an advertising and public relations firm in Columbia, has been selected to handle marketing programs for J & D Associates of Lancaster, Pa.; Har-Tru Corp. of Hagerstown; Mitron Systems Corp. of Columbia; and the Holiday Inn of Hagerstown.

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