Monday, April 30, 2012
Since February 1, she has been the executive director of the Catonsville Community Foundation, but Sweeney Smith is involved in many things around town.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Meg Tipper
Monday, April 30, 2012
Catonsville Patch: Where did you grow up? Maureen Sweeney-Smith: I call it “downtown Relay.” There was one general store. My family is originally from Iowa, and my father was looking for somewhere with a small-town feel. Patch: What brought you to Catonsville? Sweeney-Smith: My mother taught at Catonsville Elementary, and I always wanted to live in Catonsville. I moved here right after I got married in 1985. Patch: What activities are you involved with in Catonsville right now? Sweeney-Smith: I do a lot of the computer work--the database and marketing for the Celebrations Committee. I help Kaleidoscope Arts Camp with grant writing. I’m helping with the new mural on Bloomsbury, because I have experience with the mural on the …
Monday, March 26, 2012
Name: Mallory Leggere,
Position: Director of Catering at Rolling Road Golf Club
Catonsville Patch: How long have you been in this position? Mallory Leggere: I was hired for this position last summer, 2011, but before that I was the Director of Marketing here at the Rolling Road Golf Club. Patch: What activities are you involved with in organizing the Taste of Catonsville? Leggere: The Chamber of Commerce's Taste of Catonsville is one of our largest events with almost 20 vendors and 300 guests, but my job is basically the same as it is for every event: make sure that everything runs smoothly from start to finish and that everyone has a good time! Patch: What other sorts of events do you organize? Leggere: We have other large, public events like Taste of Catonsville; we do smaller private events for people …
Monday, October 18, 2010
The 2010 recipients include some longtime businesses as well as some newer business owners along Frederick Road.
Some of the businesses honored by the Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce are brand new this year and already have a huge following in the community. Here is a list of the winners: Entrepreneur: Trax on Wax. Owner Gary Gebler has built customer loyalty since opening this year in what was formerly Record and Tape Traders on Frederick Road. He holds popular Open Mic Nights two Tuesdays a month and can also copy old vinyl records to CDs. Community Outreach: Chef Paolino's Cafe. Owner Paul Delfico has given back to the community in many ways since opening eight years ago on Frederick Road, including sponsoring sports teams and community events. Innovative Technology: Clean Energy Technology Incubator at UMBC. Since opening in March of …