Monday, March 2, 2015

In This Issue:

‘Let’s Go’ STEM: Helping Underserved Kids Succeed »

July 2008: That month was a turning point for Clark “Corky” Graham, who was in transition from his career a senior vice president from the Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding Sector.

Howard County Nonprofit Center Moves Closer to Reality »

Three years from now, if a determined group of nonprofit leaders succeeds, a family struggling with domestic violence, mental health and financial issues will be able to get help with all three issues in a single visit to the new Howard County Nonprofit Center.


Upcoming Events

March 3, 2015 Rotary Club of Clarksville 7:45 AM - 8:45 AM March 3, 2015 Columbia Rotary Club 6:30 PM March 4, 2015 Columbia Town Center Rotary Club 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM March 4, 2015 Elkridge Rotary Club 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM March 5, 2015 Ellicott City Sunrise Rotary Club 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM View all upcoming events »

Latest News

BizWeekly 2/24/2015

Letter From Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman to Gov. Larry Hogan

As state and local leaders, we are all working diligently and thoughtfully to address budget concerns in order to secure a viable future within our state. I am currently reviewing county departmental budget proposals to reduce spending by a total of 5% in order to close a $15.8 million shortfall in [fiscal] 2015. Howard County’s Spending Affordability Committee is currently evaluating several issues that will assist with decisions for the [fiscal] 2016 budget cycle.

While I support the notion that we must collectively share in correcting the deficits we face, I am concerned about the current proposed budget’s impact on state aid for Howard County, particularly for education funding.

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Guest Article

A Family-Friendly Italian Night Out

Chef Paolino Café
3419 Plum Tree Drive
Ellicott City, MD 21042

By Sam Audia

This month, our night out took us to Chef Paolino Café just off Route 40 in Ellicott City. It’s fair to say that most everyone loves Italian food and, whether you’re an adventurous eater or a picky one, Italian cuisine offers many delicious dining options. At Chef Paolino Café, you are sure to find something on the menu to please everyone in your party.

Chef and owner Paul Delfico opened Chef Paolino Café in June 2014 in the former home of Serafino’s. Many of you may remember Chef Paolino Café at The Mall in Columbia’s food court; it was known for its delicious sandwiches and subs. Many of you may also know his successful Chef Paolino Café in Catonsville.

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