Business Notes


July 26, 2004

Therapy clinic welcomes new staff members

Cypress Creek Therapy Associates has added new staff members at its Severna Park office.

New physical therapists are Jeremy Gaynor and Rick Fortune. Monica Fish is the new hand therapist, and Beth Cook is new occupational therapist. New administration staff members include Lauren Carbo, vice president of administration; Shelia Bunkley, clinical administrator; and Blair McCarron, office manager.

Cypress Creek Therapy Associates is the only outpatient clinic serving Anne Arundel County, offering physical, speech, occupational, aquatic, and massage therapy in one office.

Master gardeners project at park wins state award

The Anne Arundel County Master Gardener composting and native plant gardens project at Quiet Waters Park won second place in Maryland in this year's Master Gardeners Search for Excellence competition.

At the site, a dozen composting methods are displayed, highlighting how easy it is to use yard and kitchen wastes to make compost and how compost improves your garden.

The native plant gardens include deer-resistant plants that like sun, shade or deep woodland shade. All plants are labeled with cultivation requirements and flower characteristics so interested gardeners know which ones would work in their gardens.

Master gardeners will demonstrate how to produce compost at 6 p.m. Aug. 11 and Sept. 8 at the park, and at 10 a.m. the fourth Saturday of each month through October at the Wildwood Trail.

Information: 410-263-5802 or 410-222-6755.

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