Chamber update

In the Lease League | Chief Executive Officer, GSPACC

Welcome to our new members – KKR Photography, Limited, Maryland Local Marketing, Godi Pools, Andrea de Martin Consulting LLC, Ivory Stone Interior, And Dermatologist. And we thank all of our renewable members for making Chamber Challenges strong!

We are thrilled to have this wonderful Independence Day rally. Our theme was “Respecting Our Community,” and Unity was the perfect word to describe the pleasant atmosphere of the morning. There were 101 entries in the procession, which included neighborhood floats, production trucks, scouts, and nonprofits, firewood, mopeds, and more.

Thanks to the creative volunteers, including Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church Tom Lirariyo, Craig Linsay, Vertex Carpenter Jim Fernen, winner of mobile creators, Long and Adopted Real Estate Christine Joyce, Megan Gibbs Operation Builders Ink, and her husband, Ri N Norton’s daughter and banker, Ri N Norton Live Casino and Hotel Acre, Logos Promotions Tommy Sommer, Corporal Jamie Grover and Police Traffic Control Officer Rev. , Rev. Matthew Hanishian and his team at St. Martin’s: Field Church of St. Paul, Pastor Arl Jansen of our Lutheran Church, Ariel Chafer as emcee, by Voice Media Inc. Judges led by Diane and Lancion and Savvy Consignment Stacey Cassidy, Severna Park Lance, Down Wilson Side Road Innovators, Gardiner & Appel Group Molly Conolly, 21st Century Matt Wiebelle – Matt Wabble Team.

Congratulations to the winning parade entries:

  • • Best General – Older Severna Park Improvement Association
  • • Best theme – Cub Scout Pack 994
  • • Very patriotic – floating Nathaniel Magdavit Memorial Scholarship Fund
  • • Best Business – First place, indoor gardens. Second place, Emido Vincenzo Escape Salon and Spa. Third place, park books and reading laboratory
  • • Best Community – First place, Olde Severna Park Improvement Association. Second place, Lynds on Sever
  • • Best Organization – First place, orphanage train. Second place, Chartwell Young Leaders and SPAN. Third place, the Chesapeake Harmony Song

Before the rally, the colorful cycling race in the classroom brought together more than 50 children to take part in the procession and ride bicycles.

Many thanks to the wonderful volunteers who made the competition special for the children: KinderCare Learning Center Collet Barnes and her team, Edinburgh Preschool Sullivan Gerbrash and her team, pedestrian trainers Rod Reddy and Big Bean Greg Coster.

And thank you to our 54 sponsors for their generosity and support. Our business and nonprofit’s love for our community was a record and a testament to that.

The Star Standard Restaurant Week was held from July 3 to 11 and the feedback was very positive. This year’s mission was to support the local food warehouse ACAN (Asberry Church Support Network)). Participating restaurants have donated 5% of their revenue to ANAN to support its efforts to provide fresh food to those in need.

On July 12, we celebrated the five-year anniversary of the ribbon-cutting Bernard Mechanical and Construction Solutions. Owner Carl Nimeyer Not only is he a successful entrepreneur, he is active in the community, controlling the Cuban Scout War and raising five children. He sponsored the opening of the march and participated with the military.

On July 30, we hosted a Flo-Friday lunch at the sponsored Chamber Severna Park Brightview Senior Lifestyle. The brisket stew was deliciously toasted pork and chest sandwiches and sides. We also enjoyed Popcorn Negron Farmers Insurance Agency Pam Negron, Ice cream from Braster real ice cream, And wonderful salads and cookies from The effortless bistro Lauren Vance. Many thanks to all who came to join us for the afternoon.

On July 31, we organized a ribbon-cutting extravaganza Tucker at Old Willie de Lounge For the great opening in Pasadena. Owner Jeff Tucker He celebrated the whole day and evening at this new and popular restaurant. Not only great food and drink, but there are games and fun for the whole family. And they have a company shuttle bus to take you home safely.

Also on July 31st. Providence Center He celebrated his 60th birthday by serving the community and we were honored by attending and presenting verses. The Providence Center was established in 1961 to serve the basic needs of children with intellectual disabilities. It was the first such center in Anne Ardale County. Since then, it has evolved to become a multi-service provider with a supported employment program. Art programs; General activity programs; Special vocational training programs in pottery, woodworking, horticulture and landscaping; Programs for the elderly; And transportation services.

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