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

What’s Up? Media Raises Over $15,000 for Non-Profits and more recent local news you may have missed

Towne Salute: Grant Walker of All Children’s Chorus of Annapolis

The ACCA was founded in 2001 by Liz Barrett, who was dedicated in creating a diverse chorus of different backgrounds, races, religions, and genders.

Annapolis Nonprofit Getting Hospitalized Kids Mobile Again

Wy’s Rides uses their retrofitted ride-ons to break the monotony of hospitalized life and get pediatric patients up, out, and moving again!

Towne Salute: Joyce Doehler of the Academy Art Museum

To Joyce Doehler, art means much more than appreciating a visual masterpiece only for its beauty or the emotions that it stirs within.

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

Maryland’s First SkinCeuticals Advanced Clinical Spa Comes to Annapolis and more!

Towne Salute: Jen Roussillon of Athletes Serving Athletes

It’s always a win-win when you can combine passion with purpose. For Jen Roussillon, a love of running and a passion for working with athletes has proven to be that winning combination.

Towne Salute: Elizabeth Melvin & Julie Snyder of Creating Communities

Elizbeth Melvin and Julie Snyder come from two completely different backgrounds, but have one thing in common: they have a passion for teaching children.

Towne Salute: Taylor Pyles Of The Blue Ribbon Project

Meet Taylor Pyles, Annapolis Police Department Detective with the Criminal Investigations Division and founder of the non-profit community organization, The Blue-Ribbon Project.

Towne Salute: Chloe Tong of Eastern Shore Community Rowers

With the support from her community, Tong developed the Eastern Shore Community Rowers (ESCR), a non-profit program for adult rowing.

Travis Manion Foundation Teams with Walter S. Mills-Parole Elementary to Support Annapolis Students in Need

Donate a book, read to a student, and plant flowers at Walter S. Mills-Parole Elementary School from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 29