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    • Although opening night had to be delayed because of inclement weather, Rock ‘N’ Roll Revival took the stage on Saturday, March 7, to a full house. The production, which features the talents of more than 200 student singers, dancers, musicians and stage technicians, lived up to its revered tradition of bringing back hit songs from decades past.Photo by Walt Wayman
      Although opening night had to be delayed because of inclement weather, Rock ‘N’ Roll Revival took the stage on Saturday, March 7, to a full house. The production, which features the talents of more than 200 student singers, dancers, musicians and stage technicians, lived up to its revered tradition of bringing back hit songs from decades past.
    • Josee Molavi gave a stunning rendition of Elton John’s “Rocket Man.”Photo by Walt Wayman
      Josee Molavi gave a stunning rendition of Elton John’s “Rocket Man.”
    • Clifford Jamison displayed show-stealing hilarity in his pitch-perfect performance of Jackson 5’s “ABC.”Photo by Walt Wayman
      Clifford Jamison displayed show-stealing hilarity in his pitch-perfect performance of Jackson 5’s “ABC.”

    Rock ‘N’ Roll Revival Takes Audiences On An Out-Of-This-World Musical Journey

    By Dylan Roche
    “The show must go on.” That was the adage on the minds of the students, teachers, volunteers and other countless supporters behind Rock ‘N’ Roll Revival XXVI. Although the first week of March brought ice storms and inches upon inches of snow, thus interrupting the final week...
    • Michael Malone (center) was recommended to Governor Larry Hogan by the Republican Central Committee to join Delegates Tony McConkey and Sid Saab in representing District 33.Photo by Shawn Brubaker
      Michael Malone (center) was recommended to Governor Larry Hogan by the Republican Central Committee to join Delegates Tony McConkey and Sid Saab in representing District 33.

    Central Committee Picks Michael Malone For District 33

    By Peter Crispino
    If the Republican Central Committee gets its wish, Crofton lawyer Michael Malone will be the next legislator to represent District 33 in the House of Delegates. After a month-long search and a marathon nomination hearing, the 13-member committee picked Malone from a field of 16 applicants. Should...
  • How Anne Arundel’s Billion-Dollar Budget Stacks Up To Its Peers’

    By Peter Crispino
    Should County Executive Steve Schuh succeed in his stated goal to include a 3 percent property tax cut in his upcoming budget, Anne Arundel’s rate would drop to the sixth lowest of any of Maryland’s 23 counties.
    Among the eight jurisdictions with 200,000 residents or more, Anne Arundel...
    • From April through October 2014, Magothy River Association volunteers monitored sites along the watershed in Pasadena, Gibson Island, Severna Park, Arnold and Cape St. Claire. The averaged data was used to form this year’s Magothy River Index - a 32 percent D, up from a 22 percent D- in 2014 and 17 percent F in 2013.Graphic by Will Nauman
      From April through October 2014, Magothy River Association volunteers monitored sites along the watershed in Pasadena, Gibson Island, Severna Park, Arnold and Cape St. Claire. The averaged data was used to form this year’s Magothy River Index - a 32 percent D, up from a 22 percent D- in 2014 and 17 percent F in 2013.

    State Of The Magothy Reflects River’s Continued Improvement

    By Dylan Roche
    Volunteers Measure A 32 Percent Health Index, Up From Last Year’s 22 Percent
    If there were ever an indicator that residents of the Magothy watershed cared about the health of their river, it was at the 2015 State of the Magothy. More than 100 attendees came out for the 13th-annual...
    • On February 25, seven members of the Severna Park community were recognized at the annual Community Leadership Awards banquet held by ASPIRE. Recommended by members of the local organizations they serve, the honorees were selected for their time and effort in making the community a better, more dynamic place.Photo by Dylan Roche
      On February 25, seven members of the Severna Park community were recognized at the annual Community Leadership Awards banquet held by ASPIRE. Recommended by members of the local organizations they serve, the honorees were selected for their time and effort in making the community a better, more dynamic place.

    ASPIRE Recognizes Leadership And Community Service At Annual Awards

    By Dylan Roche
    Eight outstanding members of the Severna Park community were honored on the evening of February 25, when the Association for Severna Park Improvement, Renewal and Enhancement (ASPIRE) held its annual Community Leadership Awards banquet at Chartwell Country Club. Recommended by members of the local...
    • Julie Hildebrand received her Volunteer of the Month Award from Voice Editorial Assistant Shawn Brubaker in recognition of her efforts with Severna Park High School’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Revival.Photo by Dylan Roche
      Julie Hildebrand received her Volunteer of the Month Award from Voice Editorial Assistant Shawn Brubaker in recognition of her efforts with Severna Park High School’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Revival.

    Julie Hildebrand Keeps Rock ‘N’ Roll Revival Rolling At SPHS

    By Shawn Brubaker
    Long involved with her children’s functions, Julie Hildebrand has been a fixture in various organizations at Severna Park High School and its feeder schools. When her daughter started Rock ‘N’ Roll Revival in 2009, Hildebrand naturally got involved, and she enjoyed it so much that...
    • Severna Park Kiwanis president Krista Latchaw (left) and member Rachel Jacobs are preparing for a Mardi Gras celebration to benefit the scholarship program and local nonprofits. The event is one of many functions that members will hold this year to give back in honor of the Severna Park Kiwanis’ 60th anniversary.Photo by Zach Sparks
      Severna Park Kiwanis president Krista Latchaw (left) and member Rachel Jacobs are preparing for a Mardi Gras celebration to benefit the scholarship program and local nonprofits. The event is one of many functions that members will hold this year to give back in honor of the Severna Park Kiwanis’ 60th anniversary.

    Key Events Help Severna Park Kiwanis Club Celebrate 60th Anniversary

    By Zach Sparks
    On any given day, the Severna Park Kiwanis could be stockpiling baskets of food for the needy, selling raffle tickets to raise money for student scholarships or guiding youth through the justice process. As the volunteers celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Severna Park chapter and 100 years of...
  • New Study Aims To Determine Future Of School Construction Projections

    By Peter Crispino
    Teachers in outdated classrooms and students packed into overcrowded hallways across the county will soon discover whether their pleas for new facilities will be answered, thanks to a new study – commissioned by the Board of Education and the county government – that will determine...
  • Celebrate Easter With These Fun Events Around The Park

    By Sharon Mager
    The hunt is on. Grab a basket and head out for local Easter egg hunts and other fun activities in the community. There are several eggstravaganzas, parties, festivals and even an Easter Splash. The Easter Bunny himself may even hop in to say hello, so bring your camera for pictures and videos....
  • Jewelry And Craft Show On April 25 To Benefit Partners In Care

    By Provided
    Partners In Care (PIC) will hold its annual jewelry and craft show on Saturday, April 25, from 10:00am to 3:00pm at Historic Baldwin Hall in Millersville. Vendors will feature jewelry of all kinds and styles, along with the best pieces donated to the PIC boutique and a variety of crafts produced by...

    What Do 80 Percent Of Pets Over Age 3 Have In Common?

    By Dr. Jennifer Levitsky
    Dental disease, specifically periodontal disease, is the most common ailment affecting pet dogs and cats. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats show signs of oral disease by age 3. In fact, bacteria in the animal’s mouth can get...
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    What better way to fundraise for the years ahead than by honoring those who made everything possible in the very beginning? Friends of the Severna Park Community Center (SPCC) will have these two reasons to celebrate - as well as many others - at the 2015 black-tie gala on Saturday, March 21, at...
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    The community center’s gala is one of Severna Park’s most splendid evenings, and this year it will be held Saturday, March 21, at Chartwell Country Club. We are fortunate to have Nick Codd return with us this year to oversee the transformation of Chartwell’s ballroom into our...
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