July 22, 2017
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  • Chamber Update

    By Linda Zahn
    Summer is here! June 21 marked the official beginning of summer, that magical time of the year when popsicles appear in the freezer, crabs are on the picnic table and fireflies light up the evening sky. The hum of a lawnmower is always in the background, and the excitement of summer camp and...
    • Landmark Roofing owner Artie Hendricks (pictured) and Cornett Heating and Cooling owner Josh Cornett identified the need for a new bike ramp near Severna Park Elementary School, so they took matters into their own hands.Gracie Fairfax
      Landmark Roofing owner Artie Hendricks (pictured) and Cornett Heating and Cooling owner Josh Cornett identified the need for a new bike ramp near Severna Park Elementary School, so they took matters into their own hands.
    • Landmark Roofing owner Artie Hendricks (pictured) and Cornett Heating and Cooling owner Josh Cornett identified the need for a new bike ramp near Severna Park Elementary School, so they took matters into their own hands.Gracie Fairfax
      Landmark Roofing owner Artie Hendricks (pictured) and Cornett Heating and Cooling owner Josh Cornett identified the need for a new bike ramp near Severna Park Elementary School, so they took matters into their own hands.

    Area Business Owners Repair Bike Trail Ramp

    By Gracie Fairfax
    On the stretch of the B&A Bike Trail between Severna Park Elementary School and the shopping area with Pedal Pushers and The FroYo House is a sturdy new ramp connecting the trail to the shopping area below.
    But it wasn’t long ago that a child was walking down the previous ramp when her...
    • Jenos Steaks owner Rudy Adriano (front) - along with truck investors Mark Adriano, Mike McAdams and Jeff Claypool — expects the new food truck to be an upgrade over the pop-up tent.Judy Tacyn
      Jenos Steaks owner Rudy Adriano (front) - along with truck investors Mark Adriano, Mike McAdams and Jeff Claypool — expects the new food truck to be an upgrade over the pop-up tent.

    Jenos Steaks Expands Business Offerings By Entering Food Truck Frenzy

    By Judy Tacyn
    Jenos Steaks, a Severna Park icon since 1991, drove into the lucrative food truck market in late June with the introduction of the “Jeno Raider.” Bedecked with a Maryland stripe, the Jeno Raider highlights owner Rudy Adriano’s love for firetrucks and honors Jenos founder Rudy...
    • Coterie Boutique had a soft opening followed by a grand opening ribbon cutting and celebration on Friday, June 2.Larry Sells
      Coterie Boutique had a soft opening followed by a grand opening ribbon cutting and celebration on Friday, June 2.

    Coterie Boutique’s New Location Is Open For Business

    By Gracie Fairfax
    After a few years in its Mountain Road shop, Coterie Boutique has moved into a new custom-designed space in Magothy Gateway. The owner, Bess Clark, spent eight years in Los Angeles, where she worked as the executive director of a corporate law firm and grew a branch (www.eminutes.com) that focused...
    • Zachary Zahradka (left) and Glen Rhoades are two employees of Raymond C. Maule Elevators, locally owned by Tom Lindsay (not pictured) of Round Bay.
      Zachary Zahradka (left) and Glen Rhoades are two employees of Raymond C. Maule Elevators, locally owned by Tom Lindsay (not pictured) of Round Bay.

    RMC Elevators Has Been Rising Up For 10 Years

    By Anonymous
    Raymond C. Maule (RCM) Elevators of Severna Park is celebrating 10 years of ownership by Tom Lindsay of Round Bay. Lindsay purchased the company on June 3, 2007, from his cousin Raymond Maule, who is the grandson of the company’s founder.
    RCM elevators was founded in 1929 and lasted through...
  • The Beacon Center Is Ready To Serve

    By Anonymous
    At a recent ribbon cutting held by the Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce, Monette Goodridge and Amber Lassally officially opened The Beacon Center, offering counseling, psychotherapy, family conflict resolution, and acupuncture. The Beacon Center is located at 1298 Bay Dale Drive...
  • Chamber Update

    By Linda Zahn
    ‘Tis the season for festivals and parades! The warm weather inspires all sorts of outdoor activities, and the Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce is proud to be involved in community activities for our residents and visitors.

    We just held the fourth annual Shop Local Fun Festival at Park Plaza on Saturday, May 20. I want to give recognition to our sponsors. Continental Realty Corporation provides tremendous support for this event, and we are very grateful. The Severna Park Voice is instrumental in the organization and support of the festival.

    Thanks to Clean Sweep of Anne Arundel County Chimney Repair & Maintenance and Kogen Dojo for their support. A part of...
    • Savvy Consignment owner Stacey Cassidy (second from left) and her staff consider customer service to be their top priority when helping customers buy and sell gently used clothing and furniture.Zach Sparks
      Savvy Consignment owner Stacey Cassidy (second from left) and her staff consider customer service to be their top priority when helping customers buy and sell gently used clothing and furniture.

    Savvy Consignment Offers Customers A Smart Way To Shop

    By Zach Sparks
    Although she is now in her eighth year of offering brand-name clothing and furniture at discount prices as the owner of Savvy Consignment, Stacey Cassidy said she had no idea if her business would pan out.
    “The Fortune 500 had consignment listed as one of the fastest-growing industries. I...
    • Patterson Physical Therapy takes pride in the one-on-one attention they give their patients.
      Patterson Physical Therapy takes pride in the one-on-one attention they give their patients.

    Patterson Physical Therapy Offers One-On-One Service

    By Gracie Fairfax
    Since 2003, Mike Patterson and his staff at Patterson Physical Therapy have been helping community members get back on their feet.
    A high school athlete who realized he was not good enough to play collegiate sports, Patterson decided he needed to take his schoolwork more seriously than his...
    • Stephanie Lavis received an award from her Side Street family to mark her 25 years at Side Street Framers.
      Stephanie Lavis received an award from her Side Street family to mark her 25 years at Side Street Framers.
    • Stephanie Lavis received an award from her Side Street family to mark her 25 years at Side Street Framers.Dylan Roche
      Stephanie Lavis received an award from her Side Street family to mark her 25 years at Side Street Framers.

    More Than Just The Framer

    By Dylan Roche
    Shortly after starting work at Side Street Framers & Gift Gallery, Stephanie Lavis twisted her ankle and had to take time off. Then she got sick and had to miss more time.
    “The first couple of weeks after I hired her, I thought, ‘I made a huge mistake here,’” recalled...

    T-Mobile Rings In The Summer With A New Store In Severna Park

    By Anonymous
    Store manager Jordan Taylor and district manager Keith Ward welcomed the Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce as they marked the grand opening of the newest T-Mobile store at 550 Ritchie Highway, Suite B, in Park Plaza.
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  • Farmers Market Opens For The Season

    By Anonymous
    Fresh produce is now available in the Park with the opening of the Jones Station Farmer Market, which began its season on Saturday, May 6, with a formal ribbon cutting sponsored by the GSPACC. The market is open on Saturdays from 8:00am to noon, now through October, and is located in the Park...
  • Crowd Gathers For Much-Anticipated Harris Teeter Opening

    By Dylan Roche
    It seemed as if everyone in town had flocked to the Magothy Gateway shopping center for the grand opening of anchor store Harris Teeter. The GSPACC was among many organizations present to congratulate store director Tanner Ellis as he cut the ribbon and welcomed the public to his new business....
  • Little Treasury Jewelers Celebrates Longines And Preakness With Two-Day Charity Event

    By Anonymous
    Little Treasury Jewelers hosted a two-day celebration of Longines watches and the Preakness on May 11 and 12. Part of the proceeds from Longines watch sales during the event went to Maryland Therapeutic Riding, a nonprofit charity that provides equine therapy for children (age 2 and up), adults and...
    • At the fourth annual Shop Local Fun Festival, Chuck Roydhouse of Clean Sweep of Anne Arundel County Chimney Repair and Maintenance presented a check for $500 to the Anne Arundel County Professional Firefighters Burn Foundation, represented by three firefighters from Anne Arundel County. Roydhouse, a retired Anne Arundel County firefighter, has been a sponsor of the Shop Local Fun Festival for three years and has consistently supported the Burn Foundation, a cause near and dear to his heart. Laura’s Eyes Photography
      At the fourth annual Shop Local Fun Festival, Chuck Roydhouse of Clean Sweep of Anne Arundel County Chimney Repair and Maintenance presented a check for $500 to the Anne Arundel County Professional Firefighters Burn Foundation, represented by three firefighters from Anne Arundel County. Roydhouse, a retired Anne Arundel County firefighter, has been a sponsor of the Shop Local Fun Festival for three years and has consistently supported the Burn Foundation, a cause near and dear to his heart.
    • Dwayne Bowie with Kogen Dojo made a $500 donation at the Shop Local Fun Festival to Ryan Kules and his children, who represented the Wounded Warrior Project. Kogen Dojo is a new business in the community offering Gracie Jiu-Jitsu classes at all skill levels.Laura’s Eyes Photography
      Dwayne Bowie with Kogen Dojo made a $500 donation at the Shop Local Fun Festival to Ryan Kules and his children, who represented the Wounded Warrior Project. Kogen Dojo is a new business in the community offering Gracie Jiu-Jitsu classes at all skill levels.

    Sponsors Of Shop Local Festival Pay It Forward To Local Charities

    By Anonymous
    • Mike Malone, Tony Toskov and Teddy Shaw put the finishing touches on the Broken Oar Bar & Grill in mid-March, and since opening, business has been good.
      Mike Malone, Tony Toskov and Teddy Shaw put the finishing touches on the Broken Oar Bar & Grill in mid-March, and since opening, business has been good.
    • The airy interior of the Broken Oar boasts a coppertop bar and sweeping views of Stoney Creek.
      The airy interior of the Broken Oar boasts a coppertop bar and sweeping views of Stoney Creek.

    No Need To Drive To Annapolis: Broken Oar Offers Dock-And-Dine Option In North County Just In Time For Summer

    By Dylan Roche
    Although Anne Arundel County has more than 500 miles of shoreline, the number of waterfront dining options are few unless you’re heading into Annapolis. In North County especially, where Annapolis might be a half-hour’s drive away, you could count on one hand the number of restaurants...
  • Chamber Update

    By Linda Zahn
    “Shop Local,” “Shop Small,” “Dine Small.” What’s the value behind those phrases? It’s all about supporting our local independent businesses because they support our community. When you need a donation for a Parent Teacher Student Organization...
    • After a change of ownership and complete renovation several years ago, Szechuan Inn offers a fancy new atmosphere where customers can enjoy freshly prepared food and good service.Dylan Roche
      After a change of ownership and complete renovation several years ago, Szechuan Inn offers a fancy new atmosphere where customers can enjoy freshly prepared food and good service.

    Szechuan Inn Takes Care Of Its Customers

    By Dylan Roche
    Before Szechuan Inn reopened in its current incarnation and under its current ownership, Severna Park residents who craved authentic Chinese food would head to Lee’s Szechuan on Old Mill Road in Millersville.
    But those customers wanted as great an option closer to home. “We received a...
  • The Cottage Celebrates 30 Years In Severna Park

    By Gracie Fairfax
    The Cottage owner Sue Gauthier continually seeks to reinvent her store. Originally opened as Dawson’s Country Cottage in 1974, Gauthier began her involvement with the business as a store manager when it was owned by Severna Park icon Cliff Dawson’s daughter, Mitzi Routt. In 1986,...
  • Time To Revisit Maslow

    By Jason LaBarge
    As a financial professional, it is very important in my everyday interaction with clients to understand psychology and the impact emotions have on saving and retirement planning. In fact, I joke that my job is really 10 percent about the numbers and 90 percent about managing emotions. While I may...
  • WiseCare Urgent Care Opens Its Doors For Severna Park Patients

    By Gracie Fairfax
    The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce was proud to join Dr. Perry Weisman and Luwam Wolana for a ribbon cutting to mark the opening of the new WiseCare Urgent Care located at 485 Ritchie Highway in Severna Park.

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