Business Notes


Carroll Lutheran names director of care center

Carroll Lutheran Village has named Beth Hill of Westminster director of the Health Care Center and Diven House, replacing Jane Elliott Johnson, who is leaving the area.

Hill had been admissions coordinator for the two facilities. She earned her nursing home administrator's license last month.

Hill will oversee programming and the health and welfare of residents in those two units. She has more than 24 years' experience in health care.

She has a bachelor's degree in sociology (with an emphasis in gerontology) and is a member of the American College of Health Care Administrators and the Washington-Frederick-Carroll Counties Administrators Association.

Adam Rizzo promoted at Copper Ridge center

Adam Rizzo of Woodbine has been promoted to director of housekeeping at Copper Ridge in Sykesville, a facility for patients with dementia.

Rizzo transferred to housekeeping from the dining services department, where he served as the facility's production manager and chef.

As director of housekeeping, Rizzo will oversee the housekeeping and laundry services for Copper Ridge, a 126-bed health care facility.

EMA Management names operations vice president

Becky Galloway has been named vice president of operations for EMA Management Inc., an affiliate of EMA that provides consultation and management services to the retirement living industry.

She has 22 years of administrative management and operational experience in services to the aging. She has a master's degree in health care administration from George Washington University and a bachelor's degree in nursing from Boston University.

She is a member of several boards in the Baltimore region.

Galloway previously was chief operating officer for Stella Maris Inc.

Coldwell Banker names top agents for January

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has announced its top Carroll County sales agents of the month for January.

Eldersburg: Jack Piercy.

Hampstead: Douglas Johnson.

Mount Airy: Steve Jackson.

Westminster: Judy Gill.

BERC offers programs, workshops for job-seekers

The Carroll County Business & Employment Resource Center offers workshops and programs to help individuals who may be seeking a job or looking for a new career.

Monthly programs include: career ability and orientation placement survey, preparing for a job fair, employment goal identification, choosing childcare, surviving layoffs, how to apply for a state job, computer and Internet basics, confronting job discrimination, computerizing resumes, interviewing, negotiating, starting a business, online resumes, time and money management, networking, professional cover letters and resumes, job references, rolling over a 401(k) plan and dealing with changes in your life.

Registration is required for programs. For a schedule of workshops, visit BERC at 224 N. Center St., Westminster. Information: 410-386-2820.

Child Care Centers announces new Web site

Carroll Child Care Centers Inc. has a new Web site: www.

The Web site features information about the centers and will offer tips on parenthood skills, selecting a child care center and other issues of interest to parents of young children.

Carroll Child Care Centers has provided child care for more than 30 years. The center is accredited by the Maryland State Department of Education and charges on a sliding scale.

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