What They're Saying About Pikesville

Wee Chic seeks child models, The Park School announces its Centennial Campaign, and Shoshana S. Cardin school students award bakery for its hamentaschen.


We've searched to find out what other websites are saying about Pikesville today.

Centennial funds

hopes to raise $25 million for its Centennial Campaign by June 2013—its 100th anniversary.

"This endowment campaign will support financial assistance, faculty salaries, and professional development," according to the Pikesville school's website.

Wee models

Wee Chic clothing is again seeking child models for its 2012 advertising campaign, and Landon Rottman, 2, of Pikesville was one of those models last year.

The Baltimore Jewish Times talks to his mother, Brooke Rottman, about his first modeling experience.

Parents can upload photos of children ages 6 months to size 10 to the search website by April 15.

Best hamentaschen

Some students at awarded Pariser's kosher bakery's hamentaschen as the best in town, according to an article in BaltimoreJewishLife.com.

Hamentaschen are fruit- or poppyseed-filled, triangular pastries or cookies traditional to the Purim holiday.

"It’s hard to describe how the home of the best hamentaschen overpowers one’s senses, but upon arrival, we immediately felt like we’d died and gone to sugar heaven," said Cheryl Taragin.

Pariser's is located at 6711 Reisterstown Road in Baltimore, not far from the school.


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