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Towne Spotlight: Local Business and Community News of Anne Arundel County November 2016

Nov 11, 2016 03:00PM ● By Cate Reynolds

Dr. Maryrose Eichelberger owner of BeBalanced Annapolis (right) and Carolyn Gooden. Photo by Jade Nikkole Photography

BeBalanced Natural Hormone Weight Loss Centers Open First Maryland Location

Mayrose Eichelberger opened the doors of Maryland’s first BeBalanced Natural Hormone Weight Loss Center in Crownsville on September 19th.

Dr. Eichelberger, a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, chose BeBalanced for its holistic approach to wellness and a philosophy that supports participants in their journey to achieve whole-body health. This unique center is the first of its kind in Maryland.


Local Dentists BuyBack Halloween Candy for Military Troops

Collins and Associates, Pediatric Dentistry paid $1 per pound of Halloween candy they collected from patients and the community. Collins and Associates donated the candy they received, letters from children, and tooth brushes to Operation Welcome Home at BWI airport. All items were put into welcome home goody bags for the troops.

Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County Announces Two New Hires

The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County (CFAAC) announced two new additions to its team of experts: Kathy Shaffer, Manager, Communications and Events, and Jan Hoffberger, Manager, Grants and Scholarships.

Shaffer is responsible for internal and external communications and brings more than 18 years of marketing and public relations agency experience. Hoffberger oversees all grants and scholarships awarded by CFAAC.


40 Free Cataract Surgeries Performed to Help Reduce Preventable Blindness for People Who Can’t Afford It

Chesapeake Eye Care & Laser Center is proud to participate in the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery Foundation’s Operation Sight program. On October 24th and 25th, Dr. Maria Scott and Dr. Heather Nesti donated cataract surgeries to 20 area patients who lack private insurance and are ineligible for government care.

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