"Twenty Years of Grand Tradition" is the theme of this year's annual Greater Severna Park Fourth of July Parade.
The anniversary parade, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, begins at 10 a.m. led by past grand marshals riding in vintage convertibles.
World War I veteran James M. Rice of American Legion Post 175 has invited all veterans to join him by walking or riding in the parade.
The chamber, touting its "Buy It and Fly It" campaign, is selling American flags, Maryland flags and American flag wind socks. The flags are on display at Academy Imprints.
Information about the parade and the flags is available at Chesapeake Bagel Bakery, Radio Shack in the Severna Park Mall, Severna Park Inn Liquors and Teetertotter Ltd., or by calling 647-8402 or 987-6625.
Gary A. Massaglia of Millersville has been elected president of the Archbishop Spalding High School board of trustees.
The California native, who served as vice president of the board for three years, is general manager of Jones Intercable Inc. An active supporter of Junior Achievement, Massaglia is vice chairman for the Maryland, Delaware and District of Columbia Cable Television Association.
Massaglia replaces William Cresswell who retires after eight years as board president.
Cresswell is credited with helping Spalding win its designation as a U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School (1992-'93), with increasing faculty salaries and providing an atmosphere where enrollment is at an all-time high.
The Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre production, "45 Minutes from Broadway," features, among its 36 performers, these youngsters from Severna Park: Isabel Clark, Erin Egner Kelly Griboon, Ben Keck, Jill Koethcke, Barbie Morgan, Laura Shaw and Kara Williams.
Bob Rude directs "45 Minutes," and Tiffani Baldwin, a graduate of the Annapolis Children's Theatre, handles the choreography. Kathy Gabriele, choral director at Severna Park Middle School, directs the music.
Performances are from June 28 through Aug. 10, excluding Aug. 4.
Father's Day is Sunday. The American Cancer Society's Discovery Shop is making your gift shopping easier with a sale on all men's clothing, today through Saturday.
Shop hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Information: 544-0568.
A free, six-week support group for adults who are grieving the death of a loved one is being offered by the Bereavement Center of Hospice of the Chesapeake every Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. beginning next week.
The group is professionally led.
For details, contact Betty Asplund at 987-2129.