From the Harford County Office of Economic Development:
Registration Open for Economic Outlook Conference
The Chamber of Commerce and the Office of Economic Development will be hosting the annual Economic Outlook Conference – Technology for Today, Tomorrow and Beyond on Tuesday, June 14 from 7:30-9:00 a.m. at Maryland Golf and Country Clubs. The Keynote Speaker will be Pike Powers, partner at Fulbright & Jaworski, LLC and author of “Building the Austin Technology Cluster”. Additional speakers include Major General Nickolas Justice, APG Senior Mission Commander and RDECOM Commander and David Craig, Harford County Executive. Registration is $25 and may be processed via the Chamber of Commerce.
American Investment & Property Management, LLC Holds Ribbon Cutting
On May 6th, American Investment & Property Management hosted a ribbon cutting at their new location at 125 S. Philadelphia Blvd. in Aberdeen (next to the Amtrak Station). American Investment & Property Management offers property management services to commercial and residential properties in Harford and Cecil Counties.
Total Urgent Care Registers Bone Marrow Donors
Edgewood’s Total Urgent Care (TUC) stepped to the forefront nationally by being the first clinic in the U.S. to assist in finding potential bone marrow donors. Total Urgent Care specializes in affordable medical care and workplace medicine and was a recipient of a 2010 Harford Award. Visit the website link below for eligibility requirements and details for bone marrow testing.
Susquehanna Workforce Network Recognized for Young Employment Program
Reconnecting Youth, an innovative program introduced by the Susquehanna Workforce Network nine years ago, is a two-year education and employment program that targets students who have dropped out of school before earning a diploma or taking the GED exam. Today, this program has become so successful, it is now presented as a best practice to the nation, exemplifying the local commitment of educators and the community to assist youth in reconnecting through education and work. In 2010, 95.8 percent of Reconnecting Youth participants earned their GED. Program partners include Harford Community College and Harford County Public Schools. SWN has been recognized for having the highest success in Maryland and the seventh in the nation for this program.
Jones Junction Among Largest Auto Dealers in Baltimore Area
The Baltimore Business Journal published its list of “Largest Automobile Dealerships in the Baltimore Area” on May 13, 2011. Jones Junction was ranked #2 in the region with 2,986 of the new 2010 cars sold and Jones Junction Hyundai was ranked #4 on the list with 1,942 new cars sold. The Jones family has been offiering quality auto repairs and sales in Harford County since 1965. www.jonesjunction.com
Bulle Rock Golf Course Recognized Nationally
Golfstyles Magazine named Bulle Rock “Course of the Year Maryland” and recognized its superb design by Pet Dye as well as its excellent service. Golf Digest listed Bulle Rock on its list of “America’s Greatest Public Golf Courses” for 2011-2012. Bulle Rock was ranked 59th on the list, improving from the previous year’s ranking of 81st.
Save the Dates
June 9-15, 2011
Restaurant Week 2011
For a list of participating restaurants – www.harfordmd.com
June 14th, 7:30-9:00 a.m.
Technology for Today, Tomorrow and Beyond
Economic Outlook Conference
Pike Powers – Partner at Fulbright & Jaworski, LLC
Hosted by Harford County Office of Economic Development and
Harford County Chamber of Commerce
Maryland Golf & Country Clubs
June 16, 2011, 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
3rd Harford County Green Business Network (HCGBN)
Brownbag Networking Lunch
220 S. Main Street, Bel Air, 2nd Floor Conference Room
Come and learn from a leading Sustainability Expert at a Fortune 500 Company. The session is free but membership is required.
To join: http://www.harfordcountymd.gov/green/FormgreenProfile.cfm
June 22 & 23, 2011
APG Showcase – Transforming the Army Together
Harford Community College Amoss Center