Wor-Wic Hosts Business After Hours
February 12, 2008

Dr. Ray Hoy, center, president of Wor-Wic Community College, welcomes Scott Robertson, left, from Laws and Robertson, P.A., and John McClellan, senior advisor with Sperry Van Ness-Miller Commercial Real Estate, to the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours held at Wor-Wic’s Workforce Development Center.

Pictured at the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours held at Wor-Wic are, from left, Janice Murphy, director of development at Wor-Wic; Spicer Bell, president of the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore; John Hickman, director of the Small Business Development Center at the Perdue School of Business at Salisbury University; and Melanie A. Pursel, executive director of the Ocean City Chamber of Commerce.

Teresa Disharoon, second from right, director of business and industry training at Wor-Wic, networks with representatives from the International Association of Administrative Professionals, from left, Ginny Hussey, Trish Warrington and Ruth Ann Jenkins.

Pictured at the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours held at Wor-Wic are, from left, Tony Nichols, branch manager of BBSI; Victor G. Lowe, practice administrator of Peninsula Neurosurgical Associates, P.A.; Dennis J. Hébert, vice president of the Maryland Division of Shore Bank; and W. Richard Holloway Jr., vice president of Holloway Funeral Home.

Lateaseetta Kiggins, marketing consultant with the Local Book, and Sylvia Wells, director of development with the Deaf Independent Living Association, enjoy refreshments at the recent Business After Hours held at Wor-Wic.

Pamela Maddox, left, director of corporate human resources at Perdue Farms, and Julie DeYoung, vice president of corporate communications at Perdue, enjoy desserts prepared by Wor-Wic culinary arts students at the recent Business After Hours.