Entertainment, Events, Family

Angel Park celebrates second anniversary

A popular Perry Hall playground marked its second anniversary over the weekend. Angel Park had a birthday bash on Sunday commemorating the two-year anniversary of the park’s opening. Kanye Twitty performed live music and the Oriole Bird and Councilman David Marks were in attendance as well. Advertisement Angel Park began from an idea that came to Kelli and Andy Szczybor after …


Education, Events, Government

Perry Hall native, Parkville High senior to be named Woman, Young Woman of the Year

A Perry Hall native and Parkville High senior have the distinct honor of being named Baltimore County’s 2017 Woman and Young Woman of the Year. This will be the county’s 35th year honoring women for their outstanding contributions to the community. Woman of the Year: Kelli Szczybor Kelli Szczybor is a Baltimore County native, born and raised in Perry Hall. …


Councilman Marks honors Perry Hall area volunteers as Citizens of the Year

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Friday honored nine local volunteers as Fifth District Citizens of the Year. Eight of the recipients are members of the senior leadership team for Angel Park: Paul Amirault, Judi Coleman, Andrew Hacke, Jackie Hacke, Michelle Yeager Streckfus, Jolene Dambeck Sosnowski, Laurie Tice Wagerman, and David Dunstone. They, along with past recipients Kelli Szczybor, Dennis …

Angel Park Community Build starts July 8, paver deadline extended

Angel Park, the new all-inclusive playground being built in Perry Hall, will be hosting Community Build days, in which the community can participate in constructing the park. The Angel Park Community Build will be held from July 8th through July 18th. Those interested in participating can sign up here. The deadline to purchase Angel Park pavers and pickets has also …

Video released from Angel Park groundbreaking event

Earlier this month, Angel Park broke ground in Perry Hall. Community leaders from all around Baltimore County attended the event. Angel Park began from an idea that came to Kelli and Andy Szczybor after the loss of their baby boy, Ryan. In the wake of this life-changing event, a bright idea emerged – to build a place for laughter, activity …

Construction begins on Angel Park

 On Monday, construction began on Angel Park, a community-initiated project to create $1.5 million all-inclusive playground and amphitheater designed to be the most accessible playground in the Nottingham area for children with special needs. Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz joined a crowd of community supporters and state and Baltimore County officials in breaking ground to mark the official start of …