Towne Spotlight: Local Business and Community News of Anne Arundel County
Nov 14, 2017 02:00PM ● Published by Nicole Gould
Maryland’s First SkinCeuticals Advanced Clinical Spa Comes to AnnapolisSullivan Surgery & Spa plastic surgeons, Dr. Kelly Sullivan, MD, FACS, and Dr. Emily Clarke-Pearson, MD, have partnered with leading skin care brand, SkinCeuticals, to create Maryland’s first Skinceuticals Advanced Clinical Spa. This highly selective program offers patients best in class aesthetic procedures paired with skincare products with clinical testing that shows mutual benefits when used in combination. SkinCeuticals makes one simple promise; to provide advanced skincare backed by science. Born from decades of skin cancer research that led to pivotal breakthroughs in antioxidants. SkinCeuticals formulates to correct signs of aging, protect healthy skin, and prevent future damage.
University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center Names Kathy Burk as New Foundation Executive DirectorUniversity of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center (UM BWMC) has named Kathy Burk as the new Executive Director of the Baltimore Washington Medical Center Foundation. Burk will be responsible for directing philanthropic efforts and community awareness to support the mission of UM BWMC. She has more than 25 years of experience in fundraising, business development, and marketing.
Hospice of the Chesapeake Celebrates Fourth Annual Veterans Tribute Wall Unveiling
Each of these Veterans is now represented on the Veterans Tribute Wall that hangs in the Chesapeake Bay Room in the administrative building of Hospice of the Chesapeake's John and Cathy Belcher Campus in Pasadena. The wall features photos of Veteran patients during their Honor Salutes, a ceremony recognizing and thanking them for their service to our country.
CFAAC awards $150,000 to Local Nonprofits in Anne Arundel CountyCommunity Foundation of Anne Arundel County (CFAAC) awarded $150,000 to six nonprofit organizations in Anne Arundel County. Of the six organizations selected, three grants support youth development programs that provide academic advancement and life-skills development, and three grants support services focused on economic development programs that eliminate barriers to employment and provide workforce training, skill-building, and job placement.
Grantees include: The ARC of Central Chesapeake Region, The Light House – Building Employment Success Training, Sarah’s House – Family Focus First Project, Seeds 4 Success – Volunteer Enhancement Program, Start the Adventure in Reading, and We Care and Friends – School on the Water.
Downtown Annapolis Partnership Names New Executive Director
Evans has considerable experience with community organization leadership, currently serving as the executive director of both the Inner West Street Association (IWSA) and the Annapolis Arts District (AAD). He will continue leading both organizations while expanding his responsibilities to include DAP.