A Week In Business

Among the winners in the Harrison Group’s 27th Annual Employee Prize Drawing last month were, front, Valencia Sessoms, Bertin Bonala, Maria Hernandez, Marian Thompson and Heidi Carpenter; and, back, Dawn Hahn with Harrison Group mascot Dakota, Steven Olischar, Russell Parker, Ionut Sofan, Robert Walter and Wayne Hudson. Submitted Photos

Among the winners in the Harrison Group’s 27th Annual Employee Prize Drawing last month were, front, Valencia Sessoms, Bertin Bonala, Maria Hernandez, Marian Thompson and Heidi Carpenter; and, back, Dawn Hahn with Harrison Group mascot Dakota, Steven Olischar, Russell Parker, Ionut Sofan, Robert Walter and Wayne Hudson. Submitted Photos

Employees Win Prizes
OCEAN CITY — The Harrison Group held its 27th Annual Employee Prize Drawing on Sunday, Sept. 22. A total of $15,000 in cash plus a variety of other prizes were awarded.
All Harrison Group employees were asked to save their paycheck stubs for a three-month period and turn them in for the random prize drawing.
This year’s $5,000 winner was Maria Hernandez, who is employed at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites. Second prize of $3,000 was won by Iona Tritean, who is employed at the Quality Inn Boardwalk, and third prize of $2,000 went to Bertin Bonola, of 32Palm Restaurant.
Ten other lucky employees won $500 each. They included Russell Parker and Valencia Sessoms of the Quality Inn Oceanfront, Marian Thompson of the Quality Inn Boardwalk, Robert Walter of the Maintenance Department, Heidi Carpenter of the Coral Reef Café & Grill, Wayne Hudson of the Holiday Inn Oceanfront, Ionut Sofan of Paul Revere Smorgasbord, Jessica Sossong of the Corporate Office, Steven Olischar of Harrison’s Harbor Watch, and Dawn Hahn of the Golf Office.

 

 

 

 

 

Mark. A. Delaney

Mark. A. Delaney

 

Promotion Announced

BERLIN — Mark A. Delaney, a former local resident who grew up in

the area, was recently promoted to Head ISO for NATO in Brussels, Belgium.
Delaney’s program provides services such as training and IT support not only for NATO but eight additional nations.
Delaney is a 1984 graduate of Stephen Decatur High School. Shortly after graduation from high school, he enlisted with the United States Air Force diligently serving the nation from abroad until he retired after 25 years of service at the rank of Chief Master Sergeant.

 

 

Cash Dividend Declared
BERLIN – The Board of Directors of Calvin B. Taylor Bankshares, Inc. (TYCB) have declared an annual cash dividend of $0.94 per share. This dividend is payable on Dec. 31, 2013 to shareholders of record as of the close of business on Nov. 13, 2013.

 

Status Renewed
BERLIN – The National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators (NCBDE) announced that Darlene Jameson, Outpatient

 

Diabetes Education Program Coordinator at Atlantic General Hospital, has been recertified as a diabetes educator by successfully completing the required continuing education.

Candidates must meet rigorous eligibility requirements to be eligible for certification. Achieving the CDE credential demonstrates to people with diabetes and employers that the health care professional possesses distinct and specialized knowledge, thereby promoting quality of care for people with diabetes. Currently, there are over 17,800 diabetes educators who hold NCBDE certifications.
Jameson is an integral part of the outpatient diabetes education program at Atlantic General Hospital. This service offers personalized, individual counseling and group classes that family members are encouraged to attend. Jameson also speaks frequently at community events, writes articles for local publications and is involved with the Tri-County Diabetes Alliance. She has a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Rochester, NY, and a master’s degree in public health nutrition from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Top Producers Named

 

BETHANY BEACH – ResortQuest Real Estate® has announced the September 2013 top producers in its southeast Sussex County, Del. locations.
Bill Hand of the Marketplace at Sea Colony office won top honors for both top listings and sales for the month.
Other award winners were Karla Morgan of the West Fenwick office; Jennifer Smith of the Edgewater/Sea Colony office; Tammy Hitchens of the Bethany Beach office; and Tabatha Moore of the Bear Trap Dunes office.
Top sales volume awards honorees were Steve Alexander of the Edgewater/Sea Colony office; Jane Baxter of the Bethany Beach office; Linda Quasney of the West Fenwick office and Marc Grimes of the Bear Trap Dunes office.

Ocean Petroleum recently made a $12,500 donation to the Assateague Coastal Trust (ACT). Accepting the check from Steve Ladd, chief operating officer of Ocean Petroleum, are Kathy Phillips, ACT Executive Director and Coastkeeper, and Steve Farr, ACT Development Director. Phillips said, “This generous donation from Ocean Petroleum and BP’s Fueling Communities Fund will help to fund ACT’s 2014 Recreational Water Quality Monitoring Program, a project conducted by the Assateague Coastkeeper, that monitors the safe swimming levels of bacteria in the water at our favorite swimming beaches and swimming holes. Weekly results during the summer months are posted on The Swim Guide, a website and smartphone app that lets people see that their local swimming beaches are safe for swimming."

Ocean Petroleum recently made a $12,500 donation to the Assateague Coastal Trust (ACT). Accepting the check from Steve Ladd, chief operating officer of Ocean Petroleum, are Kathy Phillips, ACT Executive Director and Coastkeeper, and Steve Farr, ACT Development Director. Phillips said, “This generous donation from Ocean Petroleum and BP’s Fueling Communities Fund will help to fund ACT’s 2014 Recreational Water Quality Monitoring Program, a project conducted by the Assateague Coastkeeper, that monitors the safe swimming levels of bacteria in the water at our favorite swimming beaches and swimming holes. Weekly results during the summer months are posted on The Swim Guide, a website and smartphone app that lets people see that their local swimming beaches are safe for swimming.”

 

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