January 19, 2018
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    Join Our Sales Staff

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    Are you a community-minded go-getter interested in being part of the Voice team? Our fast-paced advertising department is in need of assistance. This inside sales support position would be responsible for helping our account executives in meeting the needs of their many clients — everything...

    Join Our Sales Staff

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    Are you a community-minded go-getter interested in being part of the Voice team? Our fast-paced advertising department is in need of assistance. This inside sales support position would be responsible for helping our account executives in meeting the needs of their many clients — everything...
    • (L-R) Stephanie Dosztan-Campbell, Mason Helman and Megan Brunk are among the members of the Priority Care staff who greet each visitor in a friendly manner.Photo Provided
      (L-R) Stephanie Dosztan-Campbell, Mason Helman and Megan Brunk are among the members of the Priority Care staff who greet each visitor in a friendly manner.

    Priority Care Wants Patients To Have A Warm, Convenient Experience

    By Zach Sparks
    If the producers of a game show surveyed people at random to find the most common complaints about emergency rooms, they would likely hear about the long wait times, the high costs associated with a visit and the lack of convenience. Since February 2017, Priority Care, an urgent care facility in...
    • Severna Park Lanes owner Mike Hall (right) recently held Strike Out Cancer, which raised $10,250 during its three-hour run time.Photo Provided
      Severna Park Lanes owner Mike Hall (right) recently held Strike Out Cancer, which raised $10,250 during its three-hour run time.

    Severna Park Lanes Raises Thousands At Strike Out Cancer Event

    By Maya Pottiger
    While Severna Park Lanes has been active in the community before, the business recently held a unique event, Strike Out Cancer, which raised $10,250 during its three-hour run time. Specifically, the funds are going toward fighting colorectal cancer, a cause personal to Severna Park Lanes owner Mike...
    • Sigrid Kingsbury manages 40 real estate agents, along with a full support staff, at Berkshire Hathaway PenFed Realty.Photo by Dylan Roche
      Sigrid Kingsbury manages 40 real estate agents, along with a full support staff, at Berkshire Hathaway PenFed Realty.

    Berkshire Hathaway PenFed Realty Lives Up To Its Reputation

    By Dylan Roche
    Think for a moment about all the moving parts of a real estate transaction — the listings, the presentations, the paperwork, the closing process. It’s a daunting ordeal for the buyer, the seller or even the agent.
    But Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices PenFed Realty changes the game by...
  • Chamber Update

    By Linda Zahn
    Happy New Year, Severna Park and Arnold!

    As we begin 2018, I’m turning over my position at the Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce to a new CEO. After 27 years, I’m retiring and looking forward to volunteer work, travel and more time with family. I have other interests I’d like to pursue, and I’m looking forward to having the time and ability to do that. It’ll be nice to not set the alarm clock every day!

    January will be a month of training and transition as I pass the baton to Liz League, our newly selected CEO. Liz is a local resident and has been very involved in this community for years. I’m excited to see Liz step into my shoes and...
  • Kenneth G. Menzies Jr. Opens New Expanded Office

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    At an open house attended by businesspeople, elected officials and other community members, Kenneth G. Menzies Jr. cut the ribbon to inaugurate the new office of his public accounting firm, located at 86 Kennedy Drive in Severna Park.
  • How Can You Improve Your Financial Fitness This Year?

    By Brian Conrad - Edward Jones
    If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to get healthier, you may already be taking the necessary steps toward that goal, such as improving your diet and increasing your exercise. Of course, physical fitness is important to your well-being, but, at the same time, don’t forget about...
    • Just because it's winter doesn't mean you can't admire the view. Deep Creek Restaurant in Arnold is open all year long.
      Just because it's winter doesn't mean you can't admire the view. Deep Creek Restaurant in Arnold is open all year long.

    Come In, We’re OpenExclusive

    By Maya Pottiger
    Your Favorite Waterfront Establishments Are Open Year-Round
    Your boat is winterized, the water is frozen over and your winter coat is now an everyday essential.
    But you don’t have to wait until the summer months to enjoy waterfront dining. These Anne Arundel County restaurants are open for...
    • Billy and Nancy Greer, owners of the Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu & Tai Chi, undertake a charitable silent auction every holiday season.Photo by Maya Pottiger
      Billy and Nancy Greer, owners of the Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu & Tai Chi, undertake a charitable silent auction every holiday season.
    • Billy and Nancy Greer, owners of the Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu & Tai Chi, undertake a charitable silent auction every holiday season.Photo by Maya Pottiger
      Billy and Nancy Greer, owners of the Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu & Tai Chi, undertake a charitable silent auction every holiday season.

    Community Contributors: Jing Ying Silent Auction To Benefit Alzheimer’s Association

    By Maya Pottiger
    Nancy And Billy Greer Continue Charitable Doings In Their 14th Annual Silent Auction
    The Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu & Tai Chi is holding its 14th annual silent auction. Though past years’ donations went to SPAN, this year’s funds will be donated to the Alzheimer’s...
  • Chamber Update

    By Linda Zahn
    The concept of a chamber of commerce can be traced back to 1599. At that time, the term “chamber of commerce” first appeared in Marseille, France. Chambers provided traders, merchants, craftsmen and industrialists a forum for discussing and acting on issues facing the business community...
  • Recently Archived

    • Dr. Ben Wright and his staff at Wright Orthodontics are committed to offering the best service and using the best technology to provide patients with an experience that is efficient, effective and comfortable.Photo by Dylan Roche
      Dr. Ben Wright and his staff at Wright Orthodontics are committed to offering the best service and using the best technology to provide patients with an experience that is efficient, effective and comfortable.

    Wright Orthodontics Strives To Make Patients Smile

    By Dylan Roche
    Go to several different orthodontists for a consultation, and you’ll likely leave with several different ways to get from point A to point B on the journey of achieving a charming, healthy, aesthetically pleasing smile. For Dr. Ben Wright of Wright Orthodontics, the best option is all about...
  • 2017 Was Quite The Year

    By Jason LaBarge
    I love watching baseball. I always have. The World Series is something that I particularly enjoy watching every year. This year, we were lucky enough to have a great World Series with the Dodgers versus the Astros. What is interesting, however, is that this was much more than simply the National...
    • During its two-day watch fair in late fall, Little Treasury was able to support the community and promote local goods as well as Oyster Recovery Partnership’s efforts to save the bay through oyster recycling and restoration.Photo Provided
      During its two-day watch fair in late fall, Little Treasury was able to support the community and promote local goods as well as Oyster Recovery Partnership’s efforts to save the bay through oyster recycling and restoration.
    • During its two-day watch fair in late fall, Little Treasury was able to support the community and promote local goods as well as Oyster Recovery Partnership’s efforts to save the bay through oyster recycling and restoration.Photo Provided
      During its two-day watch fair in late fall, Little Treasury was able to support the community and promote local goods as well as Oyster Recovery Partnership’s efforts to save the bay through oyster recycling and restoration.
    • During its two-day watch fair in late fall, Little Treasury was able to support the community and promote local goods as well as Oyster Recovery Partnership’s efforts to save the bay through oyster recycling and restoration.Photo Provided
      During its two-day watch fair in late fall, Little Treasury was able to support the community and promote local goods as well as Oyster Recovery Partnership’s efforts to save the bay through oyster recycling and restoration.
    • During its two-day watch fair in late fall, Little Treasury was able to support the community and promote local goods as well as Oyster Recovery Partnership’s efforts to save the bay through oyster recycling and restoration.Photo Provided
      During its two-day watch fair in late fall, Little Treasury was able to support the community and promote local goods as well as Oyster Recovery Partnership’s efforts to save the bay through oyster recycling and restoration.
    • During its two-day watch fair in late fall, Little Treasury was able to support the community and promote local goods as well as Oyster Recovery Partnership’s efforts to save the bay through oyster recycling and restoration.Photo Provided
      During its two-day watch fair in late fall, Little Treasury was able to support the community and promote local goods as well as Oyster Recovery Partnership’s efforts to save the bay through oyster recycling and restoration.

    Little Treasury’s Time Out 2017 Event Benefits Oyster Recovery Partnership

    By Voice Media
    At its second annual Time Out event in late fall, Little Treasury Jewelers donated a portion of its proceeds to the Oyster Recovery Partnership (ORP) of Annapolis. Time Out, a two-day watch fair, saw more than 100 watch aficionados attend to personally experience fine watches from more than 20...
  • Hearing Solutions Audiology Center Opens New Balance Center

    By Larry Sells
    Dr. Robin Robinson of Hearing Solutions Audiology Center did the honors of cutting the ribbon to mark the opening of the new Balance Center at her Severna Park office, located at 479 Jumpers Hole Road.
  • Mix & Marble Combines Arts And Socializing

    By Voice Media
    Jennifer Kaline and Jill Allison were excited to cut the ribbon to mark the grand opening of Mix & Marble, a new venue for children and adults where patrons can relax, unwind, have a drink and have fun while creating wearable art through water marbling. Mix & Marble is located at 497C...
  • Keller Williams Flagship Of Maryland Opens Beautiful New Office

    By Brian Lancione
    During a grand opening ceremony attended by hundreds of area well-wishers, the leadership team at Keller Williams Flagship of Maryland consisting of David Therrien, Robert Wakefield, and Wendy and Robert Hess, marked the occasion by cutting the ceremonial ribbon. The firm’s new office is...
  • Reyes Joins Park Tavern Team

    By Voice Media
    Sergio Reyes recently took the reins as executive chef at Park Tavern. Reyes was most recently sous chef at The Point Crab House & Grill in Arnold. Before that, he was head chef at the Stoney Creek Inn in Pasadena. He has an extensive background in a variety of restaurants and cuisines. His...
  • Park Home Offers New Decorating Options For SP Residents

    By Dylan Roche
    Offering a variety of fashionable home furnishings, Park Home drew a crowd of well-wishers and leaders in the business community when owners Scott and Heather Summers held a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark their official opening. Park Home is located at 568E Ritchie Highway in Park Plaza.
  • Stage & Screen Studios Preps To Help Young Performers

    By Voice Media
    Stage & Screen Studios Performing Arts School, founded and run by Julie and Pete Garvey, opened with a ribbon cutting attended by community leaders and other supporters. The studio is located at 215 Najoles Road in Millersville.
  • Park Tavern Donates $13,000 To Coast Guard FoundationExclusive

    By Voice Media
    On Veterans Day, the 206 Restaurant Group — comprising Park Tavern in Severna Park and Deep Creek Restaurant in Arnold along with Pratt Street Ale House in Baltimore, Five and Dime Ale House in Baltimore, Oliver Brewing Company in Baltimore and Ale House Columbia — was able to raise $6,...

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