The Park School won the 2017 Maryland State Mock Trial Championship on Friday, April 28, defeating Baltimore City College High School at Maryland’s highest court, the Court of Appeals in Annapolis. The Mock Trial program allows students to participate in simulated trials provided by the Maryland State Bar Association. Students are assigned roles as attorneys… Read More
University of Maryland, Baltimore president Dr. Jay Perman (center) was presented with the 2017 Great Friend to Kids Award at Port Discovery’s Play it Forward Gala on April 6. From left: University of Baltimore president Kurt Schmoke, Port Discovery president and CEO Bryn Parchman, Perman, Mayor Catherine Pugh and Port Discovery board chair Dennis Rasmussen.
Last month, CoastTec, a tech company founded by Jon Sevel (second from left) nearly 30 years ago, relocated from Baltimore County to Eldersburg. From left: Carroll County District 5 Commissioner Doug Howard, CEO Jon Sevel, COO Adam Sevel, State Sen. Justin Ready and Carroll County economic development director Jack Lyburn.
The Baltimore Jewish Council held a seder in Annapolis on Monday, April 10, the last day of the General Assembly and the first night of Passover. The seder, for which legislative proceedings paused for an hour, was attended by Dels. Dan Morhaim, Sandy Rosenberg, Angela Angel, Brooke Lierman, Shelly Hettleman, Alfred Carr Jr., Kirill Reznik,… Read More
Marc B. Terrill (left), president of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, joins Mario Gabelli (center), chairman and chief executive officer of GAMCO Investors, Inc., and LICT Corp and David Greenberg, chair of the Investment Management Committees, Associated Jewish Charities, at the Charles Baum Leadership Symposium on April 6 at The Suburban Club. Gabelli… Read More
Ohr Chadash Academy kindergarten teacher Jennifer Klupt Naiman hosted the school’s first Mom’s Night Out on March 26, during which moms had a chance to decorate T-shirts and canvases with positive affirmations. The painting session was led by Maryland Institute College of Art instructor Brittany Roger.