Feb. 15: Say Goodbye To Perry Hall's Patch Editor, Get Free Swag

Join us at Cannella's in Perry Hall between 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. on Friday.

As you may have heard, Perry Hall Patch editor Emily Kimball is leaving for a new position at the end of this week. Get the details here. 

If you'd like to wish her well on her last day, and pick up some free Patch swag (a tote bag, pen or even a magnet) drop by Cannella's in Perry Hall between between 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. on Friday. The address is 9611 Belair Rd. 

She'll be there with her laptop, chatting with community members and probably trying to squeeze in one last breaking news story before closing time.

Perry Hall Patch will continue to deliver great local coverage. While a full-time editor and reporter, exclusively over Perry Hall, has not yet been arranged, multiple surrounding editors plan to assist with coverage.

We're also relying on community members to help us out with event and announcement posts and blog posts

Associate Regional Editor Sean Welsh will manage the site through the transition. Contact him at sean.welsh@patch.com with story leads, breaking news tips and questions.

How has Patch changed the way you interact with the community? Tell us in the comments. 

kevin culler February 15, 2013 at 03:04 PM
Cutie pie for real!!
Josette Fowlkes February 15, 2013 at 05:21 PM
Best of luck Emily in your newest adventure. I know you will do well.
mary finkelstein February 15, 2013 at 07:20 PM
I wish you all the best of everything for the rest of your life! It has been a really nice experience reading your articles. Good Luck!
Donna Davis February 15, 2013 at 08:32 PM
Emily unified us and gave our community a voice. She attended more events than our local politicians. She brought us together as families, students, parents, teachers, the elderly, the young, those celebrating life and those in despair. Each one had a story to tell, she listened, she wrote, recorded voice and picture. She introduced us to our neighbors, she gave our home town; a face, a voice and a heart. Being her Mom, I know the effort, the time, but mostly the LOVE she put into her sight. PATCH gave her a blank screen, but she filled it with us, Perry Hall!


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