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AACC to present executive training

Anne Arundel Community College hosts an executive breakfast and presentation to introduce its "Balanced Scorecard" training for executives of businesses and organizations in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area.

The Balanced Scorecard system teaches managers and executives to mobilize employees to fulfill an organization's mission and to translate strategic goals into plans.

The breakfast and presentation will be from 7 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore, 300 Light St.

Registration for the breakfast is $100 per person.

Information: 410-777-7057.

TasteBuds benefits city floral displays

The Annapolis Business Association and the City of Annapolis present the eighth annual TasteBuds, a culinary event to raise funds for the purchase and maintenance of the hanging flower baskets and container gardens that adorn downtown Annapolis.

TasteBuds will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Oct. 30, at the Westin Annapolis hotel, 100 Westgate Circle, Annapolis. Tickets for the event go on sale Sept. 14. Information: 410-956-0182.

Marvin to head Avery museum

Ronald L. Marvin Jr. is the new director of the Capt. Salem Avery House Museum.

Marvin, who succeeds Janet Surrett, will begin the position on Aug. 15.

Marvin was site manager at Roger Brooke Taney House in Frederick.

Deadline extended for Sarbanes award

The Paul S. Sarbanes Center for Public and Community Service at Anne Arundel Community College has extended the deadline to nominate social entrepreneurs for the 2007 Paul S. Sarbanes Spirit Awards to Wednesday.

Social entrepreneurs recognize problems in the community, seek innovative solutions to those problems and take positive action to make social change.

Nominations should be sent to Cathy Doyle by e-mail at or by mail to Anne Arundel Community College, Paul S. Sarbanes Center, 101 College Parkway, Arnold 21012.

Winners will be honored at a dinner planned for Oct. 13 at the BWI Airport Marriott Hotel.

Information: 410-777-2902.

Downtown offers free shopper parking

Vouchers for free parking in Annapolis are available.

Participating Annapolis Business Association member businesses will provide the vouchers that are good for up to four hours.

They are part of ABA's "Park & Shop" campaign to downtown shoppers. Shoppers must ask for "Park & Shop" vouchers.

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