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  • 10 Jul 2017 1:46 PM | Deleted user

    Eastern Anne Arundel County’s Third Annual 

    Tuesday, August  1,  2017, 5:30 to 8:30pm 
     Rain or Shine at The Earleigh Heights Fire Department
    Please enter the parking lot from Magothy Bridge Road


    Lauer’s Supermarket & Bakery
    The Greene Turtle of Pasadena
    The Bonk Team of Keller Williams
    Founder’s Tavern & Grille

    If you would like to be a sponsor or donate goods or services please contact us:


    Hosted by your Eastern District Police & Community Organizations

    National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community and provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances.

    The Anne Arundel County Police Department Eastern Branch invites the entire community to participate in the National Night Out event on August 1, 2017 (5:30-8:30pm) at the Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Station.

    FREE to the PUBLIC • Lite Fare• Beverages • Ice Cream • Giveaways • Games for Kids • Contests • Community Booths • Demonstrations • Police and Fire Vehicles on Display • FREE Entertainment the Entire Night!

  • 23 Jun 2017 12:04 PM | Deleted user

    Capezio Contractors, Inc. - Barbara Markuski
    8550 Veterans Highway, Millerville, Maryland 21108
    Phone: 410-729-2900, Cell: 301-404-5758,
    E-mail: barb@capeziocontractor.com
    Organization Website: www.CapezioContractor.com

    Company Bio:
    Capezio Contractors, Inc. was founded in 1996 and is a family owned and operated business located in Millersville, Maryland. Our Primary focus is Property Damage Restoration, putting homes and businesses back to pre-loss condition following Fire, Water or Storm damage. In addition we do kitchen and bath remodels along with additions and basement refinishes.

    Mom's Grand Stand - Catherine Northcraft
    1858 Chesapeake Road, Pasadena, Maryland 21122
    Cell: 443-852-0805
    E-mail : NorthcraftVentures@yahoo.com

    Company Bio:
    Mom's Grand Stand is serving customers most hot weekends at the flea market, but can be reserved for private parties, school functions, and fundraising. With 40 flavors to choose from, and free marshmallow, the individually crafted shaved ice snoballs are customized for your refreshment and enjoyment. facebook.com/NorthcraftVentures/

  • 20 Jun 2017 2:52 PM | Deleted user

    2017 Scholarship Awards

    PBA awarded $11,850 in scholarship money to well deserving students in the Pasadena area at our June meeting. The Gathering Place was the host for this special luncheon. Thank you for hosting.

    We are proud to recognize all of the recipients for their outstanding academic achievements and contributions to our community. We wish them continued success as they enter this new and exciting chapter of their life.

    Carly Anello was awarded the Isabel Shipley Cunningham Scholarship in honor of Mrs. Isabel Shipley Cunningham, an Annapolis author and former teacher, who spent years writing both of the Pasadena Business Association history books, Between Two Rivers and The Pasadena Peninsula. Nancy Nicklow, Huff Insurance presented this citation as a Platinum sponsor of the Scholarship Fundraiser.

    Dylan Shupe was awarded the Ed Lauer Scholarship in honor of Ed Lauer of Lauer’s Supermarket and Bakery. Ed Lauer was a founding member and first president of the Pasadena Business Association 30 years ago. Keenan Wilkinson, St. John Properties presented this citation as a Platinum Sponsor of the Scholarship Fundraiser.

    Lucy Zhang was awarded the Debi Smigovsky Grim Scholarship in honor of Debi Grim who started the PBA Education Committee and A Child’s Christmas program. Debi passed away recently.

    Morgan Coakley, Alexis Solley and Nathan Ho were also awarded scholarships to college.

    We awarded three 8th grade scholarships to Leanna Brady, Jessica Calvert and Amaya Madarang. We awarded three 5th grade scholarships to Liam Lynch, Maddy Simard and Hailey Tate. Mark your calendars for March 3, 2018 and attend our Scholarship Fundraiser and help us support even more students next year.

  • 19 Jun 2017 3:00 PM | Deleted user
    We are holding our annual School Supply Drive again this year. If you can put a box in your business to collect school supplies please let us know and we will provide you with a list of supplies and poster stating it is the PBA School Supply Drive. These school supplies stay in Pasadena and go to schools in the Northeast and Chesapeake Feeder Systems. We get the information from the school guidance counselors of those in need.

    If you would rather make a monetary donation we will shop for whatever the counselors tell us is still needed. You can make checks payable to PBA and mail to PBA, PO Box 861, Pasadena, MD 21123-0861.

    Large backpacks (high and middle school)
    Small backpacks (elementary school)
    Lunch box or lunch totes
    Notebook paper
    1, 2, and 3 inch binders
    Dividers for binders
    Spiral notebooks
    Composition books
    Pens (black, blue, red)
    #2 Pencils
    Glue sticks
    Index cards
    Colored pencils
    Sketch pads
    Flash drives
    Blunt “Fiskars” scissors
    Pencil case or pencil box
    Washable markers
    Dry erase markers
    Pocket folders
    Pocket folders with center prongs
    Rulers (standard and metric)
    AAA batteries
    Sticky notes
    Large size paper plates
    Cotton balls
    Eraser caps
    Pink rectangle erasers
    Inexpensive ear bu
    s and headphones (can be purchased at Dollar General)
    Brown lunch bags

    Classroom supplies that each child is asked to donate: Tissues
    Hand sanitizer or liquid soap
    Baby wipes
    Ziploc bags (gallon, quart, sandwich sizes)
    Reusable water bottle with pop-up sports top
    Paper towels
    Stickers to be used for rewards and grading

  • 08 Jun 2017 10:28 AM | Deleted user

    Bess Clark,  relocated her store, Coterie, A Boutique, from Mountain Road to the new shopping center by Earleigh Heights Fire Hall. She has a very unique boutique so stop in and check it out. Senator Bryan Simonaire & Delegate Nic Kipke were in attendance to present a citation and help cut the ribbon. Jerry Nicklow, President of the PBA also presented a citation to Bess. We wish her the best success in her new location and her 4th year in business.

  • 01 Jun 2017 6:20 PM | Deleted user

    Archmont Consulting - Michael Bye
    238 Ritchie Highway, Severna Park, Maryland 21146
    Phone:410-541-6886, Cell: 443-370-9339
    E-mail : info@archmontconsultants.com
    Website: http:// www.ArchmontConsultants.com

    Company Bio:
    Archmont Consulting is a locally owned and operated Digital Marketing Agency. Archmont wants to give small businesses a stronger and more professional business presence in their community.

    All Pro Inspections - Jamie Bond
    721 210th Street, Pasadena, Maryland 21122
    E-mail : info@allproinspectionsmd.com

    Company Bio:
    All Pro Inspections is woman owned, we offer inspections services for residential and light commercial. We look forward to protecting your investments!

    Meki's Tamure Polynesian Dance Group - Meki Toalepai
    103 4th Avenue, Brooklyn Park, Maryland 21225
    Phone: 410-636-6805
    E-mail : mtpdg01@gmail.com

    Company Bio:
    In business since 1969, we enter our 48th season of entertaining, educating and instructing through dance and music. If you’re looking for the very finest Polynesian entertainment for a lu’au, festival of other event, say “Aloha” to Meki’s Tamure Polynesian Dance Group! We provide a perfect blend of native Polynesian performances, dancing, music and fun! Meki’s Tamure performs an exciting show featuring traditional and contemporary South Pacific songs and dances not only from Hawaii, but from other “paradise” islands of the Polynesian triangle such as Tonga, Tahiti, New Zealand, Fiji and the Samoas. Our performance comes complete with live precision drumming and colorful native costumes. The highlight of our show features the world famous Samoan Flaming Fire Knife Dance. We strive to perpetuate the cultures of Polynesia through entertainment, education and instruction. We offer classes and lessons in dance, fitness and ukulele. www.facebook.com/hula410

  • 24 May 2017 10:30 AM | Deleted user

    The PBA Leads Group I and II held a Networking Mixer at Cheshire Crab in May. It was great to see some new faces and mingle. This was a great opportunity for everyone to come together and talk about their business with others in the association. Thanks to Cheshire Crab for hosting the mixer. They always do a great job for the PBA.

  • 18 May 2017 3:49 PM | Deleted user

    The PBA Education Committee held the annual 5th Grade Straight-A Lunch with 77 students who qualified as of April of this school year. Students from Bodkin, Ft. Smallwood, High Point, Jacobsville, Lake Shore, Pasadena, Riviera Beach, Solley , Sunset Elementary Schools and St. Jane France School were invited to a complimentary lunch at Two Rivers Restaurant with ice cream sandwiches provided by Bruster’s Ice Cream. C. Muhl Bus Service provided transportation for the event. Many thanks to the PBA members who also provided company logo items for goody bags that were given to students along with certificates of recognition.
  • 11 May 2017 3:52 PM | Deleted user

    Lisa Hart, Event Chair


    Our 8th annual TASTE OF PASADENA was an amazing night! The weather was not on our side but everything else was. I have heard nothing but complements for each vendor’s food offerings and the presentations this year were the best by far. Each and every one of these businesses stepped up and gave us an amazing evening and need to be commended. First and foremost we THANK all of our vendors; they all did an unbelievable job. Angels Food Market; Beefalo Bobs; Bruster’s Ice Cream; Cheshire Crab; Coco Couture; Edible Arrangements Glen Burnie & Hanover; Glory Days Grill; Kurtz’s Beach; Lauer’s Supermarkets; Mutiny Pirate Bar & Island Grille; Pat’s Select Pasadena; Roy Rogers; The Greene Turtle; The Picantillo Restaurant. We did a little something different this year in that we awarded “BEST PRESENTATION” and the winner is “MUTINY PIRATE BAR & ISLAND GRILLE”, congratulations to Rob Wecker and his staff, great Job. All of the attendees received a coupon book upon entering with lots of great deals – so let’s get out there and visit all of these establishments and be sure to Thank them for a job well done.

    Special Thanks also goes to Bonnie Dausch Kurtz, John Mason & the entire staff at Kurtz’s Beach for hosting again this year. Kim Wharton – Maher’s Florist for providing the beautiful center pieces that were given out to the attendees; Linda Loane – Pasadena Pawn & Gun for working the door; Pam Schuller - Cose Bella (Send out Cards) & Christine Richardson – Q Marketing & Design for contacting our vendors; Jerry Nicklow Huff Ins. for being our announcer; Dick Parrish – Dick Parrish Designs- DJ for the evening. We especially want to thank Ed Crystal & Christine Richardson – Q Marketing & Design for designing & donating the coupon books. As with any PBA event, thanks to Sandi Parrish – PBA Executive Director for keeping everything organized including me – Lisa Hart – Arundel Federal Savings.

    Thanks again and remember support your local businesses. Hope to see you all next year!

  • 08 May 2017 10:26 AM | Deleted user

    The May General Membership Meeting was hosted by Compass Pointe Golf Course. Senator Bryan Simonaire and Delegate Nic Kipke gave us an overview of the session and some bills to watch for that could affect small businesses. We want to thank Compass Pointe, Senator Simonaire, and Delegate Kipke for their time and commitment to the PBA.

Pasadena Business Association
P.O. Box 861, Pasadena, MD 21123-0861 | Phone: 410-360-4PBA | Fax: 410-544-7060 | pasadenabusinessassociation1@verizon.net 

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