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Chamber Update

On December 1, we held a virtual general membership meeting to elect the 2021 board of directors, and I am so excited to announce our 2021 slate. more

Rockwell Fitness Builds On Strong Foundation

The Rockwell staff has adapted to safety and health protocols to make members feel comfortable. more

Why Now Is The Best Time To Consider A Roth IRA

It is now time to shift things into our control. What we can control is what we do with our money. more

Severna Park Duo Takes Aim And Hits “Bullseye”

Severna Park natives, Taylor Adams and Dan Kamenetz, are overcoming the odds and getting started on their dream by creating a new company: Bullseye Sriracha. more

The Big Bean Coffee House To Open New Location In Annapolis

The Big Bean Coffee House, a Severna Park coffee shop and longtime community staple, will expand its footprint within Anne Arundel County and open its second location in Annapolis this spring. The … more

Premier Planning Group Provides Financial Reassurance In Tough Times

As a financial advisor and fiduciary, LaBarge specializes in helping his clients manage their emotions. more

Chamber Update

Please give a warm welcome to our newest members of the chamber: Victoria Underhill of Morgan Stanley, Health and Taxes LLC, Nurture Wellness and Massage, Second Alarm Brewhouse and Harbor Holistic Healing. more

The Blended Essentials Strives To Bring Community Together

From its beginning, The Blended Essentials’ goal has been to connect and build relationships with the greater Severna Park community. more

Consider These Year-End Financial Moves

We still have a few weeks left, which means you have time to make some year-end financial moves that may work in your favor. more

Buon Compleanno: Capri Pizza & Sub Express Turns 30

The Severna Park residents celebrated the milestone on November 19 during a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce. more

Tutor Partners Turns 3

Tutor Partners held a ribbon-cutting on December 3 at the Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce. more

Homestead Gardens Launches Native Habitat Center

Recognizing the importance of using sustainable plant materials to ensure a healthy habitat to support our ecoregional biodiversity, Homestead Gardens has established The Native Habitat Center. more

Amy Basta Named One of Maryland’s 2020 Leading Women

The Daily Record has named Severna Park resident Amy Basta, assistant vice president of marketing for SECU, Maryland’s largest state chartered credit union, as one of Maryland’s 2020 Leading Women. more

Pic-N-Paint Pottery Turns 15

Pic-N-Paint Pottery celebrated 15 years in business on November 12. more

Severna Park CEO Leads World’s Second-Fastest-Growing Company

Dan Chard is the CEO of the health and wellness company Medifast. “The people are part of a like-minded community who are all on this health journey together,” Dan said. “It’s not easy. Changing habits is one of the most difficult things we do." more

Gift Ideas From Around The Park

Businesses around Severna Park and Arnold have all the bases covered, from jewelry and candles to bikes and home appliances. more

Homestead Gardens Invites Guests To Experience Holiday Magic

Because the coronavirus is keeping Santa sidelined this year, the Homestead Gardens team thought of the next best thing: transforming their garden center into a winter wonderland with spirited displays, fresh beverages and merriment galore. more

Chamber Update

Please give a warm welcome to our newest members of the chamber: Angie D Entertainment LLC, Pegasus Bookkeeping, Golden Consulting and AE2 Creative LLC. more

Pandemic Doesn’t Stop Moran Insurance From Building Bridges For Life

As an independent insurance broker, Moran represents over 40 companies. Having access to such a broad range of companies, Moran can tailor its clients' specific insurance needs and place them with the ideal company. more

Building Your Financial Plan: One Thing You Can Control During An Election Year

After 60 million pre-election day votes, and a combined $1 billion spent on advertising by both campaigns, we can finally put the election behind us. As of now, we still do not know who will win, but to some degree it doesn’t matter. more
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