Governor Hogan honors locals at CCBC Essex, tours Franklin Square Hospital

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Lt. Governer Boyd Rutherford, Angel Park’s Kelly Szczybor, and Governor Larry Hogan (image via Councilman David Marks)

On Monday, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan held a cabinet meeting at the Community College of Baltimore County’s Essex campus.

The governor, along with Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford, also honored many prominent community volunteers and organizations at today’s meeting.

Among those presented with citations were Angel Park’s Kelli Szczybor, the Back River Restoration Committee, White Marsh resident Robert Romadka Sr. (a community advocate for the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company), and the Eastern Technical High School soccer team.

Governor Hogan also toured Franklin Square Hospital with Jason Plotkin, president of the Parkville Carney Business Association, and Delegate Christian Miele, both of whom work for the Pinder Plotkin Legal Team in Parkville.

See photos from the events below.

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Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford, the Back River Restoration Committee, and Governor Larry Hogan (image via Councilman David Marks)
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Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford, Robert Romadka Sr., Governor Larry Hogan (image via WMVFC)
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Governor Larry Hogan, Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford, and the Eastern Tech Soccer Team (image via Councilman David Marks)
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Councilman David Marks and Angel Park’s Kelly Szczybor (image via Councilman David Marks)
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Delegate Christian Miele, Jason Plotkin, and Governor Larry Hogan (image via the Pinder Plotkin Legal Team)
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Image via the Pinder Plotkin Legal Team
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Parkville Fair 2017 comes to Harford Road this Saturday

Parkville Towne Center FairThe 33rd Annual Parkville Towne Center Fair will take place this Saturday, September 9, 2017.

The fair is presented by the Parkville Carney Business Association – a non-profit, non-political organization comprised of local business professionals.

There will be music, family friendly activities, entertainment, food, and shopping. There will be a showcase of local businesses, crafters, retailers, service providers, and food vendors.

The fair will take place 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Harford Road (between Dubois & Taylor Avenue) in heart of Parkville.

More information about the 2017 edition of the fair is available on Facebook and on the official fair website.

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Spring Concert Series 2017 returns to PHWMBA, PCBA

Spring Concert SeriesIt’s that time of year again.

Both the Perry Hall/White Marsh Business Association and Parkville Carney Business Association have announced their respective lineups for their 2017 Spring Concert Series.

The PHWMBA 2017 Spring Concert Series will be held every Friday in May at Perry Hall Middle School, located at 4300 Ebenezer Road, 21236.  All shows start at 6 p.m.

Here’s the PHWMBA 2017 Spring Concert Series lineup:

5/5 – On Common Ground

5/12 – School of Rock: Baltimore

5/19 – Chris Montcalmo

5/26 – Marshall Law

The PCBA Spring Concert Series will be held every Friday from May 5 through June 30 at Racers’ Cafe, located at 7732 Harford Road, 21234.  All shows go from 6 to 9 p.m.

Here’s the PCBA 2017 Spring Concert Series lineup:

5/5 – First Class

5/12 – Gene Vincentt & the Cadillac Cruisers

5/19 – Bruno Martians

5/26 – Todd Miller Band

6/2 – Ghost of War

6/9 – Rob Fahey & the Pieces

6/16 – Tri-Polar

6/23 – Rhythm Surf Monkeys & Awaken

6/30 – Sound Storm

 

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Kona Ice holds Grand Opening in Carney

Kona Ice Carney Grand OpeningIt’s official.  Kona Ice is open for business.

The new snowball stand in Carney, owned by Claude & Joni Elmore, held a Grand Opening in Carney on Saturday morning.

The new shop is located at the corner of Joppa Road and Magledt Roads.

Back in November, it was announced that the iconic snowball stand had changed hands.  There has been a snowball stand at this location for six decades.

The site was once the location of My-T-Fine Snowballs

Councilman Marks had introduced legislation that would provide some certainty for snowball stand operators like the Elmores, allowing stands by right in certain zones and with some restrictions.

“This property has been eyed by developers for many years, and I applaud the Elmores for investing to improve this iconic structure,” Councilman Marks commented.

On Saturday morning, Baltimore County Councilman David Marks was on hand, as were representatives and search optimization company professionals from the Parkville Carney Business Association, Carney Improvement Association, and Spike Business Networking & Consulting.

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