Hunter House, a late 19th century landmark of the Vienna, Va., area that has been renovated into a community center, will be dedicated at 10 a.m. today. Open house will follow from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Hunter House is located at 9601 Courthouse Rd. in Nottoway Park. The frame farmhouse was built in 1890 by John C. Hunter, a Scottish immigrant. The Fairfax County Park Authority acquired the house in 1972 and restored it for community use.
Rossmoor Construction Corp., which is developing a large adults-only community in the Norbeck area of Montgomery County, recntly donated $7,000 to the University of Maryland Center on Aging. The money will be used to hire a librarian and purchase display equipment.
The American Consulting Engineers Coucnil has published a directory of consulting engineering firms with expertise in the solar energy field. Free copies can be obtained by writing to the ACEC, 1155 15th St. NW, D.C. 20005.
The Donohoe Companies, which are invovled in development, construction and real estate in this area, now is developing a 40-acre site called Mainline Industrial Center at Ammendale Road and Old Baltimore Pike in Prince George's County.
The Ocean Pines Association, Inc., has announced that all recreation amenities in the community near Ocean City, Md., are being transferred to the association, which represents about 6,000 property owners. Charles L. Marshall Jr., former manager of the Sheraton Fountainbleau Inn in Ocean City, has been named community manager.
The Kuwait Sheraton, where a large-scale renovation and addition are under way, has granted an interior design assignment for the hotel to the H. Chambers Co. of Baltimore. The firm also is doing the interior work on the new corporate headquarters of Montgomery Mutual Insurance Co. in Sandy-Spring.
The developers of Wolf Den, a community of contemporary houses near Fairfax County's Wolf Trap Center, report that 44 of the 64 houses planned there have been sold. Faye Cobb Associates is handling sales of the $127,000-range houses for builders Richard Mace and Charles Burgdorf.
Attman/Glazer Building Division Inc. of Glen Burnie has announced that it will build a four-story professional building opposite the Arundel Center at Calvery and Clay streets in Annapolis. Completion is scheduled next summer.