BWI partnership to hold breakfast

The Baltimore Sun

The BWI Business Partnership will hold a signature breakfast from 7:45 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the Conference Center at the Maritime Institute, 952 Maritime Blvd., Linthicum Heights.

Dr. Thomas M. Scalea, physician in chief at Maryland Shock Trauma Center, will speak.

The breakfast meeting is free for certain membership levels; $25 for other membership levels; and $40 for nonmembers. Reservations are required by Tuesday.

Information: 410-859-1000.

PR group to hold research discussion

The Annapolis/Anne Arundel County Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America will meet to discuss "Market Research in the New Technological Era" at 12:15 p.m. Thursday at the Maryland Association of Realtors, 2594 Riva Road in Annapolis.

Steven T. Markenson, president of WB&A; Market Research, will lead the discussion.

The cost is $18 for members and $25 for nonmembers. Lunch is provided.

Registration is required by tomorrow.

Information: 410-757-2753.

Architect, builder win design award

Bethesda-based Muse Architects and Crofton-based Horizon Builders Inc. have won a Grand Award in the 2007 Remodeling Design Awards, sponsored by Remodeling magazine and Marvin Windows.

The award will be presented next month in Las Vegas.

Career fair to be held Thursday

The Columbia Workforce Center and Howard County Employment and Training will sponsor a career fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday at the Kossiakoff Center of the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, 11100 John Hopkins Road in Laurel.

The career fair will include sessions on "How to Work a Job Fair," Resume Writing" and "Interviewing for Success."

Parking is free. A shuttle bus will be available for transportation to the Kossiakoff Center.

Information: 410-290-2601.

Services council taking new members

The Anne Arundel Council of Community Services is accepting new members and membership renewals.

The council is a forum for businesses, nonprofit organizations, health care providers, faith communities, elected officials, government entities and others to discuss ways to improve the quality of life of county residents.

Information: hammerkatie@

Watermark Cruises gets safety award

The Coast Guard's Baltimore sector has awarded its Officer in Charge of Marine Inspections Award to Annapolis-based Watermark Cruises for the safety record of the passenger ship Annapolitan II. The award recognizes vessels that go five years without deficiencies noted during inspections by the Coast Guard.

Watermark operates 11 inspected passenger vessels. This is the second time that Watermark has received the award.

Crosby Marketing promotes Atkinson

Crosby Marketing Communications has promoted Pam Atkinson to vice president, media director. Atkinson has been media director at Crosby for four years.

As vice president, Atkinson will expand her role in the strategic planning for traditional and interactive media.

Compiled by Marcia Cephus

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