May 29, 2017
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  • 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.
    • Nadine Maeser is the newest member to join David Orso’s team in Severna Park.
      Nadine Maeser is the newest member to join David Orso’s team in Severna Park.

    Nadine Maeser Joins David Orso Group

    By Anonymous
    The David Orso Group is growing — again! Nadine Maeser is the newest member to join David Orso’s team in Severna Park. Maeser came on board in March as general marketing director. She will handle general marketing, public relations, special events and speaking engagements for Orso. She...
  • Locally Owned Coterie Boutique To Open In Magothy Gateway

    By Anonymous
    Coterie (pronounced koh-tuh-ree, meaning a group of people who share common interests) is coming to Magothy Gateway. The business opened the doors to its first store in 2014 to bring high-quality fashion (not consignment) to the area. Owner Bess Clark longed for the array of clothing boutiques available in Los Angeles, and she decided she would create her own in Maryland. Now, Clark and her staff are expanding their location to Magothy Gateway, a new shopping center located at the intersection of Magothy Bridge Road and Ritchie Highway near Earleigh Heights. The new shop will be more accessible to the entire community and will feature more clothing, shoes and accessories to cater to the...
  • API Teams Up With Medstar Sports Medicine And Medstar NRH Rehabilitation Network

    By Anonymous
    MedStar Sports Medicine and MedStar NRH Rehabilitation Network are partnering with Athletic Performance Inc. (API), Maryland’s premier athletic campus. MedStar is the official medical team of the Washington Valor, a new Washington, D.C. Arena Football League team. API will serve as the...
  • Chamber Update

    By Linda Zahn
    The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce is holding a Family Wellness EXPO 2017 on Saturday, April 8, at Westfield Annapolis Mall. The show will open at 10:00am and conclude at 5:00pm. Exhibitors and vendors will offer products and services for mind, body and home. The expo will be...
    • Tricia Fare (center left), assistant clinic director, and her staff at Turning Point Educational Services ensure the therapy process is fun for children by incorporating a variety of play environments.Dylan Roche
      Tricia Fare (center left), assistant clinic director, and her staff at Turning Point Educational Services ensure the therapy process is fun for children by incorporating a variety of play environments.

    Turning Point Recognizes Autism Awareness Month

    By Darrell Mak
    April is National Autism Awareness Month, the time of the year dedicated to promoting autism awareness and acceptance, and to recognize the fastest-growing developmental disability in the United States, where tens of thousands of people are diagnosed with autism each year.
    Severna Park’s...
    • Moran Insurance has grown over the years since it was established by founder George Moran in a room over his garage, but the team today stays dedicated to his vision of being an involved part of the community.Dylan Roche
      Moran Insurance has grown over the years since it was established by founder George Moran in a room over his garage, but the team today stays dedicated to his vision of being an involved part of the community.

    For 40 Years, Moran Insurance Has Made Community Involvement A Part Of Business

    By Dylan Roche
    When George Moran began his insurance agency — what would eventually be known throughout Greater Severna Park as Moran Insurance — the year was 1977 and he operated in a small room above his garage at home in Ulmstead of Arnold. It was a humble beginning, but he never aimed to be the...
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    • Annapolis Design District President Jessie White mingled at a Design District networking event.Photos courtesy of Glenn Miller
      Annapolis Design District President Jessie White mingled at a Design District networking event.
    • The Annapolis Design District kicked off its 10th year during a luncheon at the Annapolis Shakespeare Company.Photos courtesy of Glenn Miller
      The Annapolis Design District kicked off its 10th year during a luncheon at the Annapolis Shakespeare Company.
    • Annapolis Design District President Jessie White accepted a Volunteer of the Year award from her father, Mark White.Photos courtesy of Glenn Miller
      Annapolis Design District President Jessie White accepted a Volunteer of the Year award from her father, Mark White.
    • The Annapolis Design District 2017 board members are (left to right) Mark T. White, past president; Kimberly Goodson, membership chair; Lisa Tullai, marketing chair; Margaret Blunt, design member at-large; Jessica White, president; Rita Siprak-Weill, treasurer; AJ Eckert, associate member at-large; Linda Oliff Rohleder, vice president.Photos courtesy of Glenn Miller
      The Annapolis Design District 2017 board members are (left to right) Mark T. White, past president; Kimberly Goodson, membership chair; Lisa Tullai, marketing chair; Margaret Blunt, design member at-large; Jessica White, president; Rita Siprak-Weill, treasurer; AJ Eckert, associate member at-large; Linda Oliff Rohleder, vice president.
    • Some of the 10-year founding members of the district are (left to right); Mark T. White, owner of Kitchen Encounters; Walter Neese, owner of WalterWorks Hardware; Jessica White of Kitchen Encounters; Linda Oliff Rohleder of The Appliance Source; and Currie and Dana Mebane, founders and lifetime members of the Annapolis Design District.Photos courtesy of Glenn Miller
      Some of the 10-year founding members of the district are (left to right); Mark T. White, owner of Kitchen Encounters; Walter Neese, owner of WalterWorks Hardware; Jessica White of Kitchen Encounters; Linda Oliff Rohleder of The Appliance Source; and Currie and Dana Mebane, founders and lifetime members of the Annapolis Design District.
    • Hollis Minor, economic development manager, was the guest speaker at the third annual general membership luncheon, speaking to members about the Resiliency Project. The luncheon, held on February 8 at the new location of Annapolis Shakespeare Company, kicked off the district’s 10th year as an organization.Photos courtesy of Glenn Miller
      Hollis Minor, economic development manager, was the guest speaker at the third annual general membership luncheon, speaking to members about the Resiliency Project. The luncheon, held on February 8 at the new location of Annapolis Shakespeare Company, kicked off the district’s 10th year as an organization.

    Annapolis Design District Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary

    By Gracie Fairfax
    In the world of small business, relationships are essential. When Annapolis Design District founders Currie Mebane and wife Dana owned a wholesale furniture business, interior designers liked the options available at the Mebanes’ store but said they could get more accomplished in a short...
  • You Can’t Take It With You

    By Jason LaBarge
    For thousands of years, humans have tried to take their wealth with them to the afterlife. In Viking’s Norse society, when a king died, he was able to take his favorite servant girl with him to the mythical Valhalla. In fact, the girls would fight over who would be killed and sent with their...
  • Time For Some Financial Spring Cleaning

    By Brian M. Conrad
    Spring is here. This year, as you shake off the cobwebs from winter and start tidying up around your home and yard, why not also do some financial spring cleaning?
    Actually, you can apply several traditional spring-cleaning techniques to your financial situation. Here are a few ideas:
    ·...
  • Love The Voice? Why Not Contribute?

    By Anonymous
    The Voice is always looking to add to our group of talented community writers and photographers. If you have the skill to write a news story, love the local community and want to be a part of it in a way you’ve never been before – send us an email with your resume. Be sure to also...
  • Houck’s Menswear Dresses Up The Business Scene In Cape

    By Anonymous
    Owner Larry Houck was proud to join the GSPACC for a ribbon cutting to mark the grand re-opening of his business, Houck’s Menswear, located at 1382 Cape St. Claire Road in Annapolis.
  • The Park Falls In Amore With La Posta Pizzeria

    By Anonymous
    After years of independent endeavors, restaurateurs Charlie Priola and Arturo Ottaviano cut the ribbon on their new collaboration, La Posta Pizzeria, located at 513 Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard in Severna Park.
  • Primary Residential Mortgage Calls Severna Park Home

    By Anonymous
    Kyndle Quinones welcomed the Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce for the grand opening of Primary Residential Mortgage’s first location in Anne Arundel County. Quinones’ office is located at 489 Ritchie Highway, Suite 202, above Brian Boru in Severna Park.
  • Chamber Update

    By Linda Zahn
    The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce a family wellness expo, planned for Saturday, April 8, at Westfield Annapolis Mall. The expo exhibitors will set up in the corridor near Nordstrom and Lord & Taylor corridor. The exhibition will begin when the mall...
    • Laura Cutchall brought Club Pilates to Maryland so she could help a range of clients, from runners or cyclists to those in the midst of physical therapy.Photos by Rob Odle
      Laura Cutchall brought Club Pilates to Maryland so she could help a range of clients, from runners or cyclists to those in the midst of physical therapy.

    Club Pilates Offers Health Benefits To Individuals Of All Abilities

    By Rob Odle
    Though the interior is trendy, well-decorated and modern, Club Pilates is not just a flashy exercise studio. The club is home to numerous experienced instructors and top-of-the-line contemporary Pilates equipment that exists to help patrons meet all of their fitness goals.
    Founded in 2015 by owner...
    • (L-R) Jody Danek, Rebecca Hsu and Gavin Buckley recently brought their Lemongrass concept to Arnold so they could serve fresh and addictive Thai cuisine to a new customer base.Photo by Zach Sparks
      (L-R) Jody Danek, Rebecca Hsu and Gavin Buckley recently brought their Lemongrass concept to Arnold so they could serve fresh and addictive Thai cuisine to a new customer base.

    Lemongrass Arnold Brings Thai Cuisine To An Underserved Population

    By Zach Sparks
    As business partners and co-owners of Annapolis restaurants Tsunami and the Metropolitan Kitchen and Lounge, Jody Danek and Gavin Buckley have substantial experience in the dining industry, and with their latest endeavor, Lemongrass Arnold, they teamed up with Rebecca Hsu to bring fresh and...

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