Top 5: Folger Reads, Rock 'n' Roll Revival Begins
This week Patch reported on a new shuttle service being offered by Mother's.
Here's a recap of some of the top news from Severna Park Patch this week. To read more on any story just click on the link.
1. Brother-Sister Duo Stars in Rock 'n' Roll Revival
When Severna Park High freshman Lindsay Smith was in middle school she knew one thing for sure about high school—she wanted to be in Rock 'n' Roll Revival. This year, Lindsay and her brother Macrae will appear in a combined 10 songs.
2. Folger McKinsey Celebrates Read Across Americ Day
Folger McKinsey celebrated Read Across America Day on Friday with 14 guest readers.
3. Mother's Launches Free Shuttle Service for Patrons
Those looking for a fun night out at Mother's can now enjoy their evening more safely—the local restaurant is offering a free shuttle service. The shuttle will take patrons to Mother's and bring them home at the end of the evening.
4. AACC Approves $113M Budget, Slight Tuition Hike
Anne Arundel Community College officials approved their latest budget for 2014, which includes $2 million in raises for employees—the first raises the college has doled out in more than four years.
5. Sports Roundup: SP Ice Hockey Team Wins State Championship
After an intense overtime, the Severna Park Ice Hockey team overcame Washington County to gain the title of state champions. Severna Park defeated Washington 5-4 Monday night in Laurel.