Catonsville community made annual stroll a success
Lighthouse would like to thank the entire Catonsville and Arbutus communities for making its third annual Summer Stroll a resounding success!
The money raised will go directly to delivering mental health counseling services to children, youth and families.
We would especially like to thank the following businesses and individuals for supporting this wonderful event:
Leanna Bernhard, Stephen Hook Sr., Stephen Hook Jr., Alex Hook, Caitlin Hook, Candle Light Inn, Catonsville Gourmet, Catonsville Hair Co., Portalli's, 1st Team Staffing Services, Law Office of Anthony E. Doyle, Bertamini Hair Studio, Booth Properties (Thomas Booth Jr.)
Also, Caffe Di Roma, Catonsville Men's Civic Association, Chesapeake Tax & Financial Services, Craig Witzke Funeral Services, Dimitri's International Grille, Dionysis Catering (Paul Dongarra), Doris' Closet Consignment, Duesenberg's Café & Grill
Everlast Contracting, Frederick Road Veterinary, Gary Bernhard, Giant Food, G L Shacks Grill, Head Graphics, Southwestern Car Care, Kathy Amass, Coldwell Banker, Loverde Family Community Fund, McDowell's Chimney Services, McFarland & Masters, Opie's Soft Serve and Snowballs
P. J. Schafer Memorial Fund, Paul Funk Insurance Agency, Professional Business Builders, Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church, Scittino's, Scott Vogt, Select Specialty, Sign A Rama, Stephens Real Estate Services, Tom Quirk / Retirement & Investment Group, Weinkam & Weinkam
Caton Tavern, Huajicori Mexican Restaurant, Indian Delight, Jennings Cafe, Morsberger Tavern, Objects Found, Peace of Pizza, Slow Burns, Umami Global Bistro, Chester Kukwa, Autumn Gardens Phase II Associates (Sam Sansone), Snowden River Flip family, David and Michelle Slafkosky, WOW of Baltimore and Moylan Rental Account.
Lisa J. Sansone, chairwoman
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