Boulevard at Box Hill, off I-95 in Abingdon and serving more than 250,000 residents from Harford and Cecil counties, southern Pennsylvania and northern Baltimore County, will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil its newest merchants on Saturday, Sept. 14.
Additionally, Boulevard at Box Hill and its merchants will celebrate the selection of Race Against Abuse of Children Everywhere (RAACE) as its first charity partner.
To begin raising awareness and support, as well as to celebrate the kick-off of the new charity partnership, Boulevard at Box Hill will also have a Ravens Pep Rally on the same day as the ribbon-cutting with all the proceeds benefiting RAACE. The day-long event will include a Charity Card Game Walk with Ravens-themed prizes, a silent auction of Ravens memorabilia and goodie bags, and possibly a "Best Dressed Ravens Pet Contest" sponsored by Boulevard at Box Hill merchant Pet Valu. Families and Ravens fans of all ages are encouraged to attend.
Billy Boniface, president of the Harford County Council; Jim Richardson, Harford County's Director of Economic Development; Ravens Super Fans, representatives from RAACE, Ward Properties and Boulevard at Box Hill will be attending.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled from 11 a.m. to noon and the pep rally from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Boulevard at Box Hill is one of Harford County's premier shopping experiences and entertainment destinations. Less than a mile from I-95, the Boulevard at Box Hill provides a mid-day break for professionals at surrounding businesses, as well as those working at Aberdeen Proving Ground. An additional 88,000 square feet of multi-level office buildings is planned to complement the 200,000 square feet of existing space.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun