The Volunteer Center for Anne Arundel County honored four volunteer projects by inducting them into the Volunteer Project Hall of Fame on Oct. 12 in Annapolis. The honorees were Comcast Chesapeake Bay Group's Comcast Cares Day at Tyler Heights Elementary School, Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services' Countywide Holiday Sharing project, Friends of Arundel Seniors' Home Safety Equipment project, and Partners in Care's Youth Service Learning/Leaf Raking project.

Crosby Marketing Communications of Annapolis won a Thoth Award for multimedia communications and a Certificate of Excellence award for radio public service announcements for its public service campaign "One Nation Free From Poverty." The campaign was created for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development, which promotes helping people overcome poverty. The Capital Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America sponsored the awards.

The winners of the "2005 Cup of the Month Challenge" sponsored by the Anne Arundel County Department of Health are: Deborah Werker of Severna Park, first place; Susan Levering of Annapolis, second place; Cheryl Martin of Woodstock, third place; and Lynn Hapchuk of Severna Park, honorable mention. The winners decorated bras to honor October as breast cancer awareness month. The bra art will be displayed from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday in the food court of Arundel Mills Mall, 7000 Arundel Mills Cir., Hanover.

-- Compiled by

LAUREN WISEMAN

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